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Nzingha Banks Graduates Magna Cum Laude with Double Degrees

Nzingha Banks Graduates Magna Cum Laude with Double Degrees

🕔09:37, 22.May 2017

      On May 13, 2017, Anguillian scholar/tennis player, Nzingha Banks, graduated Magna Cum Laude with dual degrees from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. Nzingha, who played for the Washburn Women’s Tennis team for four years, followed a programme

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ANGUILLA’S NURSES STRESS COMMITMENT TO THE  ISLAND’S HEALTH SERVICES

ANGUILLA’S NURSES STRESS COMMITMENT TO THE ISLAND’S HEALTH SERVICES

🕔10:27, 15.May 2017

    The current observance of Nurses’ Week in Anguilla has brought to the forefront the importance of healthcare and the responsibility, commitment and cooperation so very much needed, in the nursing profession, to achieve and deliver the critical needs,

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ANGUILLIANS URGED TO CELEBRATE ANGUILLA’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY

ANGUILLIANS URGED TO CELEBRATE ANGUILLA’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY

🕔10:26, 15.May 2017

  As official plans continue for the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Anguilla Revolution later this month, Chief Minister, Mr. Victor Banks, has expressed surprise over the disinterest and criticism being shown by a number of detractors. Speaking

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RETIRED NURSES WORSHIPPED AT THE EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH

RETIRED NURSES WORSHIPPED AT THE EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH

🕔10:25, 15.May 2017

  On Sunday May , as part of Nurses Week, the retired Nurses Friendly Group worshipped at the Ebenezer Methodist Church, in The Valley. This group was formed in February of this year. Its main objective is to foster a

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NCBA RECEIVES FUNDS PREVIOUSLY FROZEN AT BANK  OF AMERICA

NCBA RECEIVES FUNDS PREVIOUSLY FROZEN AT BANK OF AMERICA

🕔10:23, 15.May 2017

    On February 28th, 2017, the Court of Appeal handed down a decision in favour of NCBA in Civil Appeal No. 9 of 2016. The Court ordered the Administrator of the two offshore subsidiaries to write to the Bank

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CONSTITUTIONAL & ELECTORAL REFORM COMMITTEE  PRESS RELEASE

CONSTITUTIONAL & ELECTORAL REFORM COMMITTEE PRESS RELEASE

🕔10:18, 15.May 2017

    The Constitutional and Electoral Reform Committee, appointed by the Executive Council in September, 2015, presented its Report to that body on Thursday 4th May, 2017. The Report comprises drafts of a proposed new Constitution, a new Elections Bill,

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REPORT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND ELECTORAL REFORM COMMITTEE Press Statement

REPORT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND ELECTORAL REFORM COMMITTEE Press Statement

🕔10:17, 15.May 2017

    The Ministry of Home Affairs announces the receipt of the Report of the Constitutional and Electoral Reform Committee. The Report was presented to Executive Council on Thursday 4th May 2017. It makes several comprehensive recommendations for amendments to

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CONSTITUTIONAL, ELECTORAL PROPOSALS PUBLISHED IN ANGUILLA

CONSTITUTIONAL, ELECTORAL PROPOSALS PUBLISHED IN ANGUILLA

🕔10:16, 15.May 2017

      With steps now at an advanced stage of consideration, a comprehensive set of proposals for constitutional and electoral reform in Anguilla have been submitted to the Executive Council and published on the Government’s website. The submission and

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EDITORIAL: PROUD, STRONG AND FREE

EDITORIAL: PROUD, STRONG AND FREE

🕔10:14, 15.May 2017

      I am not a carnival enthusiast. However, I have had the privilege to see the Mighty Springer perform on several occasions. As he enters the stage, he energizes the crowd by shouting: “Let me see the hands

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ANGUILLA DELEGATION TO DISCUSS BREXIT IN JULY

ANGUILLA DELEGATION TO DISCUSS BREXIT IN JULY

🕔10:08, 15.May 2017

  Anguilla’s Chief Minister, Mr. Victor Banks, will travel to London in July for discussions with British Government officials on the impact of the United Kingdom’s coming departure from the European Union [Brexit] will have on Anguilla. He will be

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