CUISINART GOLF RESORT & SPA REOPENS FOR BUSINESS General Manager Praises Staff For Restoration Work

CUISINART GOLF RESORT & SPA REOPENS FOR BUSINESS General Manager Praises Staff For Restoration Work

🕔09:22, 24.Oct 2014

    With the dedicated and collective restoration work of its several hundred staff members, CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa reopened for business on Tuesday, October 21. That was four days after the resort’s original scheduled reopening date following the

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ANGUILLA POLICE GET SPECIAL TRAINING IN PROTECTION SERVICES

ANGUILLA POLICE GET SPECIAL TRAINING IN PROTECTION SERVICES

🕔09:20, 24.Oct 2014

    Ten members of the Royal Anguilla Police Force are undergoing four weeks of special training in close protection services. According to the course outline, the training is a direct response to a request from the Foreign and Commonwealth

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16 CRIMES:  OCTOBER 16-22

16 CRIMES: OCTOBER 16-22

🕔09:15, 24.Oct 2014

    Sixteen crimes were reported by the police in Anguilla during the period October 16-22. Among the offences were ten thefts at The Cove, Shoal Bay, North Side, South Valley, Deep Waters, Island Harbour, Bad Cox, Tackling Estate, Blowing

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POLICE ISSUE STATEMENT ON INCIDENTS

POLICE ISSUE STATEMENT ON INCIDENTS

🕔09:15, 24.Oct 2014

    Jenell Carty of North Hill was arrested on the 6th June, 2012, at West End for having in his possession a controlled drug, namely 210 plants of cannabis. On the 16th October, 2014, Mr. Carty was found guilty

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY VOTES FOR CREMATORIUM IN ANGUILLA Baird: “Cemeteries Under Pressure For Space”

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY VOTES FOR CREMATORIUM IN ANGUILLA Baird: “Cemeteries Under Pressure For Space”

🕔09:14, 24.Oct 2014

    The Anguilla House of Assembly sat on Monday, October 20, and among a number of bills to which it gave approval was the Cremation Bill, 2014, which was given its second and third readings. The legislation was piloted

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ELECTIONS BILL GETS EASY PASSAGE IN HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

ELECTIONS BILL GETS EASY PASSAGE IN HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

🕔09:11, 24.Oct 2014

    The Elections Bill, 2014, which provides for the use of finger-dipping electoral ink to prevent fraud by double or multi-voting in Anguilla in 2015, received easy passage through the House of Assembly on Monday, October 20. The Bill

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ANGUILLA TOURIST BOARD IS PLEASED WITH PROMOTIONAL ARTICLES

ANGUILLA TOURIST BOARD IS PLEASED WITH PROMOTIONAL ARTICLES

🕔08:54, 24.Oct 2014

      In keeping with its objectives to raise the profile of Anguilla within its major market, the USA, the Anguilla Tourist Board is pleased to report a series of outstanding articles across s number of media outlets and

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DUNGEON GYM SUPPORTING CANCER AWARENESS

DUNGEON GYM SUPPORTING CANCER AWARENESS

🕔08:48, 24.Oct 2014

    Dungeon Gym & Fitness Centre is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Anguilla. Fitness instructor, Marissa Hughes, told the Dungeon Gym class that awareness was necessary especially at a time when persons were being bombarded by GMO foods,

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175 GOVERNMENT WORKERS/VOLUNTEERS  TRAINED IN  BASIC FIRST AID

175 GOVERNMENT WORKERS/VOLUNTEERS TRAINED IN BASIC FIRST AID

🕔08:46, 24.Oct 2014

    The Department of Disaster Management has accomplished one of its goals to have a considerably large number of employees in the Anguilla Public Service trained in Basic First Aid services. Director of Disaster Management, Ms Melissa Meade, presided

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Omololu International School Unveils Its Early Settlers’ Museum

Omololu International School Unveils Its Early Settlers’ Museum

🕔08:45, 24.Oct 2014

    Anyone stopping by Omololu International School of Friday, 17th October, was treated to a unique experience. Grades 5 and 6 proudly presented their Early Settlers Museum, which they laid out and proudly showcased to all parents and visitors.

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