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REFLECTIONS AND IDEAS FOR A BETTER ANGUILLA

REFLECTIONS AND IDEAS FOR A BETTER ANGUILLA Updated

🕔09:28, 15.Feb 2016

      Many Anguillian belongers at home and abroad are becoming very concerned with a trend which is developing in our national life. We saw it during the last administration, and we are witnessing it in the present. More

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THE SEVEN SEALS by COLVILLE L. PETTY

THE SEVEN SEALS by COLVILLE L. PETTY Updated

🕔11:31, 8.Feb 2016

      (First published in The Anguillian on 27th January 2006. Its message is still relevant in 2016 – 10 years later.) And I saw in the right hand of him that sat on the throne a book with

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THERE IS NO CURE FOR STUPIDITY by Tyrone Hodge

THERE IS NO CURE FOR STUPIDITY by Tyrone Hodge

🕔10:22, 8.Feb 2016

    “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over, and expecting different results” (Albert Einstein). From our inception our leaders have blundered from one disastrous decision to another. A perusal into our archives will turn up in issue after

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REFLECTIONS AND IDEAS

REFLECTIONS AND IDEAS Updated

🕔09:49, 8.Feb 2016

      I take this opportunity to wish all Anguillians, residents and visitors divine blessings, prosperity and peace for 2016 and beyond, and urge us all to be faithful and fair in all our relationships and dealings. I. As

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“WHEN WILL WE EVER LEARN”

“WHEN WILL WE EVER LEARN” Updated

🕔09:45, 1.Feb 2016

      “Power concedes nothing without demand. It never did and it never will” (Frederick Douglas). It appears that we never cease to amaze ourselves. Here we are at the dawn of the 21st century and we are acting

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THINGS AREN’T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM

THINGS AREN’T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM Updated

🕔09:00, 18.Jan 2016

      On March 25, 1965, one of the biggest upsets in boxing history occurred when a brash Cassius Clay, who would later change his name to Muhammad Ali, upset the more experienced and imposing boxer in Sonny Liston.

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REFLECT AND REBOOT

REFLECT AND REBOOT Updated

🕔09:02, 11.Jan 2016

    “Democracy must be something more than two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for lunch,” (James Bovard). As we look forward to 2016, it would be remiss of us to not look back to see

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Christmas Holidays ADVICE FROM ACTING CHIEF FIRE OFFICER

Christmas Holidays ADVICE FROM ACTING CHIEF FIRE OFFICER Updated

🕔10:23, 21.Dec 2015

    Acting Chief Fire Officer, Shondell Hodge, is appealing to member of the public to remain vigilant during the Christmas holidays. In a press release, the Acting Chief reminded everyone that Christmas is a time of year when the

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WE WILL DEFINE THE TIMES

WE WILL DEFINE THE TIMES Updated

🕔09:53, 21.Dec 2015

      Richard Condon’s political thriller, The Manchurian Candidate is a book about the son of a prominent U.S political family who is brainwashed, during the Korean war, into being an agent for a foreign government. The book which

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Where Are We Going in the New Year? Raising Conscious Awareness on the Direction of Our Lives and for Our Community and Nation

Where Are We Going in the New Year? Raising Conscious Awareness on the Direction of Our Lives and for Our Community and Nation Updated

🕔09:27, 21.Dec 2015

    Tuesday, 15th December 2015 (North Side, Anguilla) — As we come closer to the end of another year, with Christmas Day coming next week on Friday, we reflect on our experiences of 2015. What is in store for

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