TEACHERS CALL FOR PUBLIC APOLOGY FROM OFFICIALS

TEACHERS CALL FOR PUBLIC APOLOGY FROM OFFICIALS

🕔09:46, 25.Jan 2013

  The President of the Anguilla Teachers’ Union, Emma Ferguson, has written to Chief Minister Hubert Hughes, copied to other Government officials, requesting a public apology to teachers for derogatory remarks made against them in the House of Assembly on

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POLICE REPORT SIX CRIMES 16-23 JANUARY

POLICE REPORT SIX CRIMES 16-23 JANUARY

🕔09:39, 25.Jan 2013

  There were six serious crimes in Anguilla during the period January 16-23. Among them were four burglaries at Little Harbour, West End, Rey Hill and the Forest. The stolen items included Nike shoes, foodstuff and a sum of money.

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LIME & DIGICEL CO-SPONSOR OF POLICE UNITY JAM

LIME & DIGICEL CO-SPONSOR OF POLICE UNITY JAM

🕔09:38, 25.Jan 2013

  The telecommunications companies in Anguilla, Lime and Digicel, have jointly shared in the provision of sponsorship funds for the Unity Jam which is part of the activities for Police Week. The event will be held on Friday, January 27,

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ANGUILLA’S 2013 BUDGET STILL AWAITING UK APPROVAL

ANGUILLA’S 2013 BUDGET STILL AWAITING UK APPROVAL

🕔09:36, 25.Jan 2013

  The 2013 budget of the Government of Anguilla was passed in the House of Assembly on December 18, 2012 but, to date, there is no word about approval from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London. Governor Alistair Harrison

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CHIEF MINISTER HUGHES ARGUES WITH TEACHERS

CHIEF MINISTER HUGHES ARGUES WITH TEACHERS

🕔09:34, 25.Jan 2013

    In a radio broadcast, last weekend, Chief Minister Hubert Hughes argued that the recent sit-in by teachers had to do with money. He indicated that it was not about disrespect meted out to them by him, and other

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Radio Broadcast by Leader of The Opposition, Evans M. Rogers

Radio Broadcast by Leader of The Opposition, Evans M. Rogers

🕔09:32, 25.Jan 2013

  Fellow Anguillians, let me take this opportunity to wish everyone a bright and prosperous new year. I was off-island for a little while, but despite not being physically on island, I was very much in tune with the happenings

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Religion: BISHOP BROOKS: “CONFIRMATION IS NOT A GRADUATION EXERCISE …  It Is About Re-commitment All The Time”

Religion: BISHOP BROOKS: “CONFIRMATION IS NOT A GRADUATION EXERCISE … It Is About Re-commitment All The Time”

🕔09:25, 25.Jan 2013

  St. Mary’s Parish Church in The Valley was crowded to capacity on Sunday, January 20. Among the congregation were a number of male and female young people and their sponsors, whose predominantly white apparel readily identified them as candidates

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SPORTS BRIEFS

SPORTS BRIEFS

🕔09:20, 25.Jan 2013

  Basketball:- The annual general meeting was held on Saturday 19th January at the Teachers Resource Centre at which elections for the new executive took placed. The new Executive members are as follows: President Merrick Richardson Vice President Rudy Webster

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VICEROY ANGUILLA: UPPING THE ANTE

VICEROY ANGUILLA: UPPING THE ANTE

🕔09:17, 25.Jan 2013

  Festive 2012 at Viceroy Anguilla surpassed everyone’s expectations. The activities were even more innovative and the service demonstrated why Viceroy was able to garner so many amazing Luxury travel accolades in 2012. The wealthy, the famous and those looking

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CAP JULUCA OBSERVES 25TH ANNIVERSARY Eleven Julucans Honoured For 25 Years

CAP JULUCA OBSERVES 25TH ANNIVERSARY Eleven Julucans Honoured For 25 Years

🕔08:52, 25.Jan 2013

  Pimms Restaurant at Cap Juluca was filled to capacity as staff members, many invited guests, and others from throughout the island, joined in celebrating the resort’s 25th Anniversary on Thursday, January 17. The event, which took the form of

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