Heritage Corner by Lillian Azevedo A Lost History Found…Marine Archaeology on Anguilla

Heritage Corner by Lillian Azevedo A Lost History Found…Marine Archaeology on Anguilla

🕔10:37, 10.Feb 2012

  This week we continue our journey into Anguilla’s maritime heritage, looking at marine heritage and archaeology. It is a subject close to my heart and my reason for finding Anguilla five years ago. I was visiting Anguilla on a

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Ironing Out The Glitches of Cruise Tourism

Ironing Out The Glitches of Cruise Tourism

🕔11:05, 3.Feb 2012

  The Government’s decision to revisitAnguilla’s policy relating to cruise ships, as articulated elsewhere in this edition of The Anguillian by the Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism, Mr. Haydn Hughes, may be a matter for much discussion.   This is in

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Letter To The Editor

Letter To The Editor

🕔10:55, 3.Feb 2012

  The Editor The Anguillian   Dear Editor:   On Saturday the 20th of January. I listened in awe to the most cowardly display of engagement by our esteemed Chief Minister as a caller to the Mayor Radio Show on

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Ask Your Doctor: Varicose Veins in the leg by Dr. Brett Hodge

Ask Your Doctor: Varicose Veins in the leg by Dr. Brett Hodge

🕔10:42, 3.Feb 2012

  Many residents ofAnguillasuffer from varicose veins of the legs, and sometimes the associated symptoms can cause much discomfort if not correctly treated. For some people, the veins can be a cosmetic nuisance, but for others they can cause much

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BRITAIN’S ALLEGED HIDDEN AGENDA FOR ANGUILLA by  Mr. Vivien Vanterpool

BRITAIN’S ALLEGED HIDDEN AGENDA FOR ANGUILLA by Mr. Vivien Vanterpool

🕔10:14, 3.Feb 2012

  As I indicated in my last article in The Anguillian of the 6th January 2012 that I would deal with the proposed White Paper, developed by the United Kingdom Government for theOverseasTerritories, I beg first to go back as

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“Breaching the Honesty Guidelines” by Mr. Victor Banks

“Breaching the Honesty Guidelines” by Mr. Victor Banks

🕔10:11, 3.Feb 2012

  This weekend, yet another time we suffered anxious moments as we heard the report that three of our hardworking and courageous fishermen were missing at sea. It is the kind of report that we all dread. As an island

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POSITIVE LIVING: WHY DO THEY HATE ME? by Mrs. Marilyn Hodge

POSITIVE LIVING: WHY DO THEY HATE ME? by Mrs. Marilyn Hodge

🕔10:03, 3.Feb 2012

  Why do they hate me? At some point in our lives, we have probably asked that question ourselves, or have heard others asking it. That is certainly not surprising as people throughout the centuries have asked themselves that question

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SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT by Mr. Sutcliffe Hodge

SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT by Mr. Sutcliffe Hodge

🕔09:16, 3.Feb 2012

  I read with interest the article written by Mr. Marcel Fahie captioned “I am Chief Minister, If  You Don’t Like It Get Outa Here”, published in the  January 27th issue of  The  Anguillian newspaper, and I believe that the

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Heritage Corner by Lilian Azevedo    Shipwrecks and Artificial Reefs

Heritage Corner by Lilian Azevedo Shipwrecks and Artificial Reefs

🕔09:08, 3.Feb 2012

  This week we continue our journey into Anguilla’s maritime heritage, looking at marine (maritime) heritage and the island’s artificial reefs.   Shipwrecks and Artificial Reefs Last week I wrote that maritime archaeologists believe that Anguilla has a likely resource

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Viewpoint: When “Weird” Occurrences Strike by James R. Harrigan

Viewpoint: When “Weird” Occurrences Strike by James R. Harrigan

🕔08:28, 3.Feb 2012

  A week had not lapsed since I wrote my last article, Ships At Sea, before sad news struck our community about the fate of three ambitious, sea-fearing men presumed lost to the boundless ocean. By all accounts, they had

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