The Annual Soroptimist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland Conference is this year taking place in Brighton, England. Soroptimist Brenda Carty is representing the Anguilla Club at the Conference next week. It is the largest Conference of women in Britain.
Minister of Social Development and Health, Edison Baird, and his Permanent Secretary, Dr. Bonnie Richardson-Lake, attended two meetings in Montserrat. One was the OECS Pharmaceutical Procurement Service Board (PPS) meeting and the other the Ministers’ of Health meeting. Mrs. Bonnie
After some six weeks of an enjoyable competition at the Coronation Ball field, the South Valley team emerged winner of the Orlando Johnson Memorial Football Tournament on Sunday, October 16. The winning team Second and third place were taken by
The Health Authority in Anguilla has embarked on a programme to train nurses and community health aides to assist in assessing and caring persons with diabetic feet. Medical Air Services Association (MASA) in Anguilla has been the largest contributor in
With the new tourist season approaching, the Anguilla Community College has initiated a Food & Beverage Leadership Course aimed at Restaurant Managers, Food & Beverage Supervisors and Department Heads. L-R: Dr. Joseph West, Sharon Richardson, Karimah Carty and Professor
Police in Anguilla are investigating a number of shooting and related incidents on the island. The first occurred on Sunday, October 9, at about 8.45 p.m. at South Hill. On arrival there, it was reported to the Police that two
Representatives of various regional and international funding agencies, who met in Anguilla recently, primarily to discuss possible financing for the island’s elaborate and ambitious Tourism Development Master Plan, have also been given the cost of the proposed new building for
Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence are two issues that predominately affect women. While both Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence can happen to men, they are far more likely to happen to women. Globally one (1) in eight (8) women are
Young people, including students, from throughout the island, have heard a call from Professor Delroy Louden, of the Anguilla Community College, for the integration of entrepreneurship education into the schools’ curriculum at all levels from kindergarten to tertiary. Professor Delroy
Radio Anguilla’s Information Officer, Felicia Hennis, has struck a mark of excellence not only as a noted and interactive participant in a recent journalism course, but by being the proud winner of a feature article and the prizes it offered.