Ask Your Doctor: AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

Ask Your Doctor: AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

🕔09:38, 2.May 2017

    Many countries throughout the world use the month of April to bring greater awareness to autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and to promote inclusion and self-determination for all, and assure that each person with ASD is provided the opportunity

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POSITIVE LIVING: BLIND LOYALTY

POSITIVE LIVING: BLIND LOYALTY

🕔08:54, 2.May 2017

    Are you suffering from blind loyalty? Stop and think about it for a while. Why are you following the people you do? Is it out of a sense of obligation or of your own conscience or persuasion? You

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“Probation and You!” Senior Juvenile Care Worker (ZH) – Mr. Keivois Lake ‘Desistance: How Do We Reduce Offending’

“Probation and You!” Senior Juvenile Care Worker (ZH) – Mr. Keivois Lake ‘Desistance: How Do We Reduce Offending’

🕔11:42, 24.Apr 2017

    From the street it looks like a typical house. The green fencing is high and topped with rolls of razor wire. Inside the Juvenile Residential Centre- Zenaida Haven – dubbed “the boys home” by members of society, is

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Ask Your Doctor: INSOMNIA

Ask Your Doctor: INSOMNIA

🕔11:11, 24.Apr 2017

    Insomnia (in-SOM-ne-ah) is a common sleep disorder affecting many individuals in Anguilla. Persistent insomnia can have a significant impact on your quality of life. It can adversely affect how we spend our day, and affect our mood and

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Business Column: National Commercial Bank of Anguilla (NCBA)

Business Column: National Commercial Bank of Anguilla (NCBA)

🕔10:54, 24.Apr 2017

    National Commercial Bank of Anguilla (NCBA) The National Commercial Bank of Anguilla Ltd. (NCBA) hosted the second ACOCI Business After Hours (BAH) for 2017 on April 11th at La Vue Boutique Inn. Business after Hours, which is a

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THEY THAT GO DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS by Colville L. Petty

THEY THAT GO DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS by Colville L. Petty

🕔10:33, 18.Apr 2017

    This article was first published in The Anguillian 10th April 2009.) Anguilla has long been an island of seafarers. According to the Honourable Minister of Communications and Works, Kenneth Harrigan (1994), “We were born to fish and to

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Ask Your Doctor: POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION

Ask Your Doctor: POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION

🕔10:19, 18.Apr 2017

    Postpartum depression affects many women after giving birth. This condition, if not diagnosed and treated, can affect the woman, family members and friends adversely. In most cases, it can be successfully treated once the woman is diagnosed correctly

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POSITIVE LIVING: WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH HIM?

POSITIVE LIVING: WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH HIM?

🕔09:34, 18.Apr 2017

    “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved, you and your household,” (Acts 16:30). It is that time of the year again, when we commemorate the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. It

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EDITORIAL : WHITE SAND AND SPARKLING WATERS

EDITORIAL : WHITE SAND AND SPARKLING WATERS Updated

🕔10:25, 10.Apr 2017

      I often wonder if when our very own Patricia J Adams, affectionately known as Tr Patsy, penned the words of the song This is Anguilla, she knew that the song would become a local favourite: “Come see

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RADIO ANGUILLA: MOTHER OF ALL LOCAL RADIO STATIONS

RADIO ANGUILLA: MOTHER OF ALL LOCAL RADIO STATIONS Updated

🕔10:04, 10.Apr 2017

    What Radio Anguilla and the Anguilla Revolution have in common? The answer is:they are inter-related. The broadcasting station, as limited as it had been at its inception, and now set to observe its 48th Anniversary next week, was

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