“Dem could give…But dem carn tek!”

“Dem could give…But dem carn tek!”

🕔09:38, 21.Oct 2011

I listened with interest to the House of Assembly intermittently Monday (October 17, 2011) whenever the opportunity provided itself among myseveral other preoccupations. I wanted in particular to hear the Chief Minister’s response to the issue of the Governor’s Statement

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Positive Living: Watch That Tongue!

Positive Living: Watch That Tongue!

🕔09:36, 21.Oct 2011

“Watch that tongue!” Have you ever been told those words at any point in your life? Can you recall the reason why? Have you ever told those words to anyone? Can you recall why you did? Well, many of us

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Saint James School of Medicine Column: 2011-2012 Influenza Season: Disease Activity

Saint James School of Medicine Column: 2011-2012 Influenza Season: Disease Activity

🕔09:34, 21.Oct 2011

Anguilla is a holiday destination and as such is vulnerable to communicable diseases ‘imported’ to the island. As a member of the teaching staff of Saint James School of Medicine, I encourage you to please take the time to get

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GOOD NEWS: WHAT COMES DOWN EVENTUALLY GOES BACK UP

GOOD NEWS: WHAT COMES DOWN EVENTUALLY GOES BACK UP

🕔13:52, 13.Oct 2011

The economic condition of our Anguillian and Caribbean forebears was shaped and dictated by two main factors. The first was the colonial plantation economic system founded on the enslavement of our African ancestors. The enslavement of Africans was followed by

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The Plight of our People is What Matters NOW by Sutcliffe Hodge

The Plight of our People is What Matters NOW by Sutcliffe Hodge

🕔13:38, 13.Oct 2011

As the global economic crisis continues, without an end in sight, it is taking quite a toll on us here in Anguilla. Our survival during this very difficult economic time calls for nationalism and patriotism. A group of us concerned

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“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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