Heritage Corner by Lillian Azevedo: A Tale of ‘The Good Counsel’, Anguilla’s First Underwater Archaeological Preserve

Heritage Corner by Lillian Azevedo: A Tale of ‘The Good Counsel’, Anguilla’s First Underwater Archaeological Preserve

🕔08:35, 17.Feb 2012

  This week we continue our journey intoAnguilla’s maritime heritage, travelling back to 1772, when sugar plantations dotted the landscape and the population hovered between two and three thousand people. That year, one ofSpain’s last flotas leftCadiz,Spain. The ancient convoy

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Fire Prevention Coordinator: FIRE SERVICE NOT AN EASY JOB AS SOME THINK

Fire Prevention Coordinator: FIRE SERVICE NOT AN EASY JOB AS SOME THINK

🕔08:29, 17.Feb 2012

  Contrary to some aspects of public opinion, the Anguilla Fire and Rescue Service Prevention Unit, at theClaytonJ.LloydInternationalAirport, is not an idle body with very little work to do. This is according to Duson Dupigay, Fire Prevention Coordinator.   Mr.

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NOT A WORD ABOUT THE SALARY REDUCTIONS

NOT A WORD ABOUT THE SALARY REDUCTIONS

🕔11:16, 10.Feb 2012

  The Editor The Anguillian   Dear Sir:   NOT A WORD ABOUT THE SALARY REDUCTIONS   I read in The Anguillian some three weeks ago that the Anguilla Government had received the opinion from Mr. Anthony Astaphan with respect

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“……DOTH PROTEST TOO MUCH, METHINKS”

“……DOTH PROTEST TOO MUCH, METHINKS”

🕔11:14, 10.Feb 2012

  The Editor The Anguillian   Dear Editor,   “……DOTH PROTEST TOO MUCH, METHINKS”   I received a number of calls about the response by Mr. Sutcliffe Hodge in The Anguillian, for February 3rd, 2012, to my article in the

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Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

🕔11:13, 10.Feb 2012

    Letter to the Editor The Anguillian Newspaper   With regard to the article Sutcliffe Hodge submitted to your newspaper for publication, after reading the array of personal attacks he leveled against Marcel Fahie, I could not ignore the

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Suspension of School Bus Service

Suspension of School Bus Service

🕔11:11, 10.Feb 2012

  The Editor The Anguillian newspaper   Suspension of School Bus Service I am truly amazed at the puerile and irresponsible behaviour that is often displayed by our so called radio personalities. They seem to know everything and are yet

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FOOD AND YOUR HEART

FOOD AND YOUR HEART

🕔11:06, 10.Feb 2012

  The month of February is usually used in many countries to focus on the heart and disorders of the heart. Many residents ofAnguillacontinue to die from disorders of the heart. Unfortunately, heart disease is often silent, hidden and misunderstood.

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“Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered” by Mr. Victor Banks

“Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered” by Mr. Victor Banks

🕔10:49, 10.Feb 2012

  I want to take this opportunity to register my full support for the Government of Anguilla during this period of discussions on Cap Juluca. Although things seem to be extremely quiet, there are loud whispers abroad regarding the challenges

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ANGUILLA’S GOVERNOR AND CHIEF MINISTER – THE REAL PROBLEM PART II

ANGUILLA’S GOVERNOR AND CHIEF MINISTER – THE REAL PROBLEM PART II

🕔10:46, 10.Feb 2012

  In part 1, I made the point that the root problem between the Governor and the Chief Minister is not personal, but rather a problem of the relationship betweenBritainandAnguilla, and the different agendas of the parties in that relationship. 

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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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