GOVERNMENT SEEKING TO MAKE SALARY DEDUCTIONS PERMANENT

GOVERNMENT SEEKING TO MAKE SALARY DEDUCTIONS PERMANENT

🕔09:29, 6.Jan 2012

The Executive Council has authorised the Attorney General’s Chambers to seek legal advice from Anthony Astaphan, a Dominica-based Lawyer, on behalf on behalf of the Anguilla Government, with regard to theimplications of discontinuing the deferred payments to public servants and

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GOOD NEIGHBOURLY COOPERATION

GOOD NEIGHBOURLY COOPERATION

🕔09:28, 6.Jan 2012

Elsewhere in this edition of The Anguilian, it has been reported that the Executive Council gave its approval for a Memorandum of Understanding to be signed between the Governments of Anguilla and St. Maarten for a docking facility at the

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ANGUILLA’S AIRPORT HOLDS MUCH POTENTIAL FOR JET TRAVEL

ANGUILLA’S AIRPORT HOLDS MUCH POTENTIAL FOR JET TRAVEL

🕔09:22, 30.Dec 2011

Gleaming private Executive Jets whizzed in and out of Anguilla at the Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport, with a considerable degree of frequency over the holiday season, bringing in a number of high-profile visitors to the island. The jet flights,

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Turning Around The Economy In 2012

Turning Around The Economy In 2012

🕔09:20, 30.Dec 2011

One of the New Year wishes that anyone in Anguilla should have is to see the economy of the island turned around very quickly. Apart from local politicking, the main cause of the current stagnationis commonly blamed on the global

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RINGING OUT 2011, RINGING IN 2012

RINGING OUT 2011, RINGING IN 2012

🕔09:17, 30.Dec 2011

Anguilla’s leading religious singing group, the St. Augustine’s Chorale, returned to the stage after a short break to present a special Yuletideprogrammemarking the last week of 2011 and the first week of 2012. Mr. Lennox Vanterpool directing St. Augustine’s Chorale

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FOUR ANGUILLIAN CRICKETERS FOR 20-20 TOURNAMENT

FOUR ANGUILLIAN CRICKETERS FOR 20-20 TOURNAMENT

🕔08:48, 30.Dec 2011

Four Anguillian cricketers have been included in the Leeward Islands squad of fourteen which will play in the Caribbean 20-20 Tournament, commencing in Antigua on Monday, January 9, and continuing later in Barbados. L-R: Chesney Hughes, Shane Burton, Kelbert Walters,

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AN EARLY 2012 BUDGET AT CHRISTMAS Season’s Greetings

AN EARLY 2012 BUDGET AT CHRISTMAS Season’s Greetings

🕔12:47, 22.Dec 2011

Unlike at least three other occasions within some 18 months, during the current tenure of the AUM Government, when three budgets were not approved, the 2012 budget has won the approval of the British Government. Chief Minister Hughes presenting the

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A CHRISTMAS TRUCE

A CHRISTMAS TRUCE

🕔12:40, 22.Dec 2011

Anguillian Methodist Minister, the Rev. Dr. H. Clifton Niles, is quoted as having declared in one of his stirring sermons: “Don’t let anybody tell you ‘Happy Holidays’. It is Christmas for us.”   That, indeed, is both the religious and

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HOPE CENTRE OPENS TO HELP PEOPLE TO EXCEL

HOPE CENTRE OPENS TO HELP PEOPLE TO EXCEL

🕔12:40, 22.Dec 2011

After operating for some time, H.O.P.E. Centre Ltd, at Nauson House, in the Sandy Hill/East End area, was officially opened on Monday afternoon, December 19. Its aim, as the founder, Mrs. Cora Richardson-Hodge, said, is: to Helping Our People Excel

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PROTESTERS DEMAND GOVERNOR’S RECALL

PROTESTERS DEMAND GOVERNOR’S RECALL

🕔10:15, 16.Dec 2011

After assembling off the George Hill main road from about 10 o’clock on Tuesday morning, December 13, between 60 and 80 persons, including Government political leaders, staged a protest march at about 3.45 p.m. at the Governor’s Office, at Old

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