BUSINESS COLUMN: Elite Engineering Services and Maintenance

BUSINESS COLUMN: Elite Engineering Services and Maintenance Updated

🕔10:56, 15.Jan 2018

    Elite Engineering Services and Maintenance July 2017 saw the official launch of Elite Engineering Services and Maintenance. Prior to this, operations took the form of one-off jobs primarily driven by referrals and association within the technical and engineering

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Government’s Press Conference ANGUILLA’S 2018 BUDGET AND UK ASSISTANCE

Government’s Press Conference ANGUILLA’S 2018 BUDGET AND UK ASSISTANCE

🕔09:29, 15.Jan 2018

      The first government press conference of 2018 was held on Tuesday afternoon, January 9th, at the Ministry of Finance Conference Room. The Chief Minister, Hon. Victor Banks, made apologies for the absence of Hon. Evan McNeil Rogers,

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Editorial: WALK HUMBLY

Editorial: WALK HUMBLY

🕔09:00, 15.Jan 2018

    Once again, we usher in a new year – one filled with anticipated opportunities and challenges. As we step forward into the unknown, with hope and renewed purpose, we are again confronted with that great equalizer: death. Anguilla

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The Making of the Road to Shoal Bay (Part I)

The Making of the Road to Shoal Bay (Part I) Updated

🕔08:37, 15.Jan 2018

    Before I go into an exposé on the making of the road to Shoal Bay, let me first take this opportunity to tell about the place Shoal Bay itself, and what it means to me. “Shoal Bay”: the

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EDITORIAL: INTO THE UNKNOWN

EDITORIAL: INTO THE UNKNOWN Updated

🕔11:43, 8.Jan 2018

    2017 began as a difficult year for Anguilla with the economy still in shatters but, as time progressed, there were signs that the situation was changing and soon the economy was expected to rebound. Then came the devastation

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Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor Updated

🕔11:38, 8.Jan 2018

      25 December 2017 Dear Editor of The Anguillian newspaper: Clearly, the resilience of the Anguillian people at home, and abroad, is supported by many friends of Anguilla and generous benefactors (that include Anguillians within the Diaspora living

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A CASE OF DOMESTIC ABUSE by Colville L. Petty

A CASE OF DOMESTIC ABUSE by Colville L. Petty Updated

🕔11:21, 8.Jan 2018

    (This article was first published in The Anguillian newspaper on 14th December 2007. The 5.2 earthquake which shook us on 24th December 2017 is a reminder that we must be prepared.)   The bright and sunny afternoon of

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Ask Your Doctor: HEALTH AND NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS

Ask Your Doctor: HEALTH AND NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS Updated

🕔11:18, 8.Jan 2018

    At his time of the year many individuals are making New Year resolutions and one of the most popular resolutions have to do with individuals resolving to living a healthier lifestyle. Why so many health resolutions fail Many

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In 2018 Make The Little Things Matter by Russel Reid

In 2018 Make The Little Things Matter by Russel Reid Updated

🕔10:29, 8.Jan 2018

    As we embark on a new year, many persons around this time of the year make resolutions, and by the end of January they have already broken them and are no longer committed to them. Most of the

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Don’t Be Too Complacent

Don’t Be Too Complacent Updated

🕔10:06, 8.Jan 2018

    There are so many words that we have used in recent months to describe our experiences on account of Hurricane Irma. Her name itself is detestable. There are words like: ferocious winds; impact, aftermath; passage; havoc; onslaught; devastation;

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