“Things Do Not Have To Be So!” by Victor F. Banks

“Things Do Not Have To Be So!” by Victor F. Banks

🕔13:36, 13.Oct 2011

The themes on which our party has focused, in our critique of the kind of leadership which has beset Anguilla over the last nineteen months of the AUM administration, have been the blatant lack of good governance, accountable leadership, a

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Viewpoint: Extravagant Court Fines by James R. Harrigan

Viewpoint: Extravagant Court Fines by James R. Harrigan

🕔12:09, 13.Oct 2011

It seems like the powers that be are always in a position to take advantage of oppressing the masses by inflicting fines and fares that are considered all but unjust. Historically, government revenues in the form of astronomical taxes and

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A TIME TO PRESERVE, STRENGTHEN AND EXPAND THE FOUNDATIONS OF A SUSTAINABLE ANGUILLIAN ECONOMY

A TIME TO PRESERVE, STRENGTHEN AND EXPAND THE FOUNDATIONS OF A SUSTAINABLE ANGUILLIAN ECONOMY

🕔09:39, 7.Oct 2011

I was exposed to a number of inspirational and visionary ideas by my Economics lecturers drawn from the Caribbean, as a student at the University of the West Indies, Jamaica, many years ago. A few of the ideas have stayed

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THE IMPORTANCE OF AN EFFECTIVE VECTOR PROGRAMME

THE IMPORTANCE OF AN EFFECTIVE VECTOR PROGRAMME

🕔09:31, 7.Oct 2011

Mr. Stanley Mussington, who served for many years in the Anguilla Civil Service as a professionally-trained Chief Public Health Inspector and Administrator, was the Guest speaker at the Launch and Open Day of the 2011 Vector Awareness Programme Activities on

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“Zacchaeus Come Down!”

“Zacchaeus Come Down!”

🕔09:29, 7.Oct 2011

It was very amusing – but perhaps sad to hear Members of the House of Assembly on the Government side boast that they will have a budgetary surplus, at the end of the year, to the tune of 20 million

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“To Invest Is Best”

“To Invest Is Best”

🕔09:20, 7.Oct 2011

October has rolled around again, and we are probably all glad to have gotten past September – “Time to Remember” in terms of the hurricane season. Following that train of thought, in October it should be “All Over”. Of course,

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Positive Living: Be Careful What you Sow!

Positive Living: Be Careful What you Sow!

🕔09:18, 7.Oct 2011

Do you know that the law and principle of sowing and reaping not only apply to farmers but to us as well? Are you aware that we like the farmers sow seeds and that one day we too will reap

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ANGUILLA PRIDE™: BUILDING PROSPERITY THROUGH PERSONAL PERSUASION

ANGUILLA PRIDE™: BUILDING PROSPERITY THROUGH PERSONAL PERSUASION

🕔09:56, 30.Sep 2011

As we once again reflect on ways to build prosperity through the highest standards of professionalism characterised by ANGUILLA PRIDE service qualities, this discussion expands on the “E” for Excellent Endings. Specifically, inviting customers back again provides the continuity from

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Saint James School of Medicine Column: The “Broken Windows Theory”

Saint James School of Medicine Column: The “Broken Windows Theory”

🕔09:41, 30.Sep 2011

Dear Readers, today I would like to present you with a brief summary of a study which has gone virtually unnoticed beyond the academic community but, in my opinion, should be brought to the attention of anyone who cares about

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“Just Another Conversation With The Nation!”

“Just Another Conversation With The Nation!”

🕔09:01, 30.Sep 2011

Nineteen months have elapsed since the Anguilla United Movement ascended to office as the duly elected Government of Anguilla. They were swept into office on a platform of lies; the promise of openness, transparency, good governance, integrity;and the pledge that

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