Early Childhood Education Month 2014, now being observed in Anguilla, appropriately has as its theme an Investment for Sound Future Development, and both the Ministry and the Department of Education have taken up that challenge with much fervour.
The DOVE Party, Anguilla’s newest political grouping, has a new vision for the leadership of the island. The commitment was given at its launch on Sunday, March 2, at the Webster Park annex. The meeting was specially timed
Police in Anguilla are investigating a possible case of organised crime in which an Algerian national, with a French passport, was arrested at Sandy Ground. He was later charged with being equipped to steal money from an ATM machine.
The Royal Anguilla Police Force Welfare Association has presented a cheque in the sum of US$6,416.00 to the Health Authority of Anguilla to assist in upgrading the quality of service at the Miriam Gumbs Senior Citizens Home. In
Ten serious crimes in Anguilla were reported during the period February 26-March 2. Among the offences were six thefts at Island Harbour, Blowing Point, Sandy Ground and South Hill. The stolen items included a dingy, a bag of
A look at Anguilla’s biodiversity and preservation efforts was the focus of a six-hour workshop on Wednesday this week organised by the Anguilla National Trust and funded under the Darwin Plus initiative. Minister responsible for the Environment, Jerome Roberts,
London 3 March 2014: The Government of Anguilla was represented by the UK/EU Representative, Dorothea Hodge, at the memorial for Nelson Mandela held at Westminster Abbey. The memorial service took place today to celebrate the life of former
The Anguilla Hotel and Allied Workers Union, which was organised in 1994, but remained basically inactive since then, has been revitalised and is making some progress. The union held its first Annual General Meeting at the Auditorium of the
The Anguilla Teachers’ Union, under the leadership of the President, Ms Emma Ferguson, took the opportunity of the opening ceremony of Early Childhood Education Month to hold a one-day workshop for teachers. Ms Ferguson told media representatives: “The Anguilla
Supernumerary Methodist Minister, Rev Dunstan Richardson, has made the point that the future of young children is dependent on the early foundation laid for them. He made the remark on Sunday, March 2, at the church service at Bethel