ANGLEC TURNS TO SUN FOR GREATER POWER

ANGLEC TURNS TO SUN FOR GREATER POWER

🕔11:33, 26.Sep 2016

    Rather than purchase additional generating equipment and costly fuel, the Anguilla Electricity Company (ANGLEC) has opted to use the energy of the sun to generate a greater power supply for its customers. The project was financed by a

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CHIEF JUSTICE ASSURES ALL OF ACCESS TO COURT SYSTEM Comments By AG, Bar President, Senior Magistrate

CHIEF JUSTICE ASSURES ALL OF ACCESS TO COURT SYSTEM Comments By AG, Bar President, Senior Magistrate

🕔11:32, 26.Sep 2016

    In perhaps one of her most appealing addresses at the commencement of any given Law Year of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Chief Justice, Dame Janice Pereira, spoke at length on what she said was “the movement towards

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DON’T WAIT ‘TILL LAW YEAR TO SEEK GUIDANCE, MINISTER ADVISES

DON’T WAIT ‘TILL LAW YEAR TO SEEK GUIDANCE, MINISTER ADVISES

🕔11:32, 26.Sep 2016

      Members of the legal fraternity in Anguilla have been advised that they should not wait until the commencement of Law Year to seek divine guidance in their important task of dispensing justice. The exhortation came from Methodist

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Editorial: VICTORY OR DELAY

Editorial: VICTORY OR DELAY

🕔11:15, 26.Sep 2016

      In November 2015, I penned an editorial, captioned “We are at a defining moment,” which outlined and offered my perspective on the contents of a letter from Chief Minister the Honourable Victor Banks to then UK Prime

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CARDIGAN CONNOR OUTLINES STATE OF ANGUILLA’S TOURISM

CARDIGAN CONNOR OUTLINES STATE OF ANGUILLA’S TOURISM

🕔11:04, 26.Sep 2016

      More than five hundred Caribbean tourism representatives – and many others from outside the region, including tour operators, the travel trade press, retailers, and wholesalers – have heard about the state of tourism in Anguilla. The information

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Financial Regulatory Issues Affecting the Commonwealth Caribbean by Mr. Don Mitchell, CBE, QC

Financial Regulatory Issues Affecting the Commonwealth Caribbean by Mr. Don Mitchell, CBE, QC

🕔11:01, 26.Sep 2016

      The following is part 1 of a paper delivered by Mr. Don Mitchell, CBE, QC, to the Annual Law Conference of the OECS Bar Association in St. Lucia several days ago. The premise I start with is

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ANGUILLA CELEBRATES 175TH ANNIVERSARY OF  MEMBER DIOCESE

ANGUILLA CELEBRATES 175TH ANNIVERSARY OF MEMBER DIOCESE Updated

🕔10:50, 26.Sep 2016

    St. Mary’s Parish Church, along with St. Augustine’s and St. Andrew’s, began celebrating the 175th Anniversary of the Diocese of the North Eastern Caribbean and Aruba on Saturday, September 17. The event is part of a programme of

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Ask Your Doctor: CHILDHOOD VISION

Ask Your Doctor: CHILDHOOD VISION Updated

🕔10:49, 26.Sep 2016

      Assessment of vision in the newborn and infants is very important. Many eye and visual disorders in children need to be detected early as healthy eyes and good vision play a critical role in how infants and

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Part II: Human Rights Conference in London

Part II: Human Rights Conference in London Updated

🕔10:49, 26.Sep 2016

    Welcome to “The Gender Corner,” published in collaboration with The Anguillian newspaper. The goal of this Corner is to encourage today’s reader to think critically about the topics mentioned below so that we can start building a positive

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PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY INTRODUCES ADAMS TO HAMPSHIRE CRICKET CLUB

PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY INTRODUCES ADAMS TO HAMPSHIRE CRICKET CLUB Updated

🕔10:19, 26.Sep 2016

    Parliamentary Secretary for Sports in Anguilla and former Hampshire County professional cricketer, Mr. Cardigan Connor, is in England for a few days. He is there to formally introduce Dimitri Adams to the cricket club where he (young Adams)

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