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DID THE EMANCIPATION ACT BRING AN END TO SLAVERY IN ANGUILLA IN 1834?  (Delivered at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, Sunday August 3rd 2014)

DID THE EMANCIPATION ACT BRING AN END TO SLAVERY IN ANGUILLA IN 1834? (Delivered at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, Sunday August 3rd 2014)

🕔09:13, 15.Aug 2014

    It is at this time of the year that we celebrate our emancipation from slavery, but what has amazed me over the years is that some Anguillians are of the view that this island was never a slave

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International Youth Day Message

International Youth Day Message

🕔09:11, 15.Aug 2014

    On December 17th 1999, the United National General Assembly declared that every August 12th would be now known as International Youth Day (IYD). According to UNESCO “IYD is an annual celebration of the role of young women and

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EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE

EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE

🕔09:06, 15.Aug 2014

    The recent outbreak of Ebola virus disease in Africa, currently mainly in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone has caused great concern to some people throughout the world including Anguilla. The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) recently issued

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DIGICEL’S CONGRATULATES CARNIVAL PROMOTERS,  REVELERS AND CONTENDERS

DIGICEL’S CONGRATULATES CARNIVAL PROMOTERS, REVELERS AND CONTENDERS

🕔09:03, 15.Aug 2014

    August 11th, 2014- The Valley Anguilla Digicel, was delighted to be the sponsor of most of the major events and contenders for the Anguilla Summer Festival at 40. Digicel supported Players HD Troupe, Dungeon Troupe, Red Ants Troupe,

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PARADE  OF TROUPES 2014

PARADE OF TROUPES 2014

🕔09:01, 15.Aug 2014

   

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Heartless!!!

Heartless!!!

🕔08:56, 15.Aug 2014

    The Fortieth Anniversary of the Anguilla Summer Festival passed without any serious incident (directly associated with the “mas” and revelry). In fact, despite the intense rivalries among the Bands; the Artistes; and the Troupes, the atmosphere was for

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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH – Time to Rescue Calypso in Anguilla  by Bernard B. Wattley

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH – Time to Rescue Calypso in Anguilla by Bernard B. Wattley

🕔08:53, 15.Aug 2014

    Another year of calypso competition, another year of widespread disgruntlement over the outcome of the local calypso finals at both the junior and senior levels. One thing is clear to many; the results as announced did not reflect

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Special Anniversary: FIFTY YEARS OF MARRIAGE Bob Rogers’ Message To Young People

Special Anniversary: FIFTY YEARS OF MARRIAGE Bob Rogers’ Message To Young People

🕔08:52, 15.Aug 2014

    Friday, August 1, was a special day in the lives of Mr John (Bob) Rogers and Mrs Lilian Rogers of Stoney Ground as they celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on that date. The couple are both retired taxi-drivers.

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Special Anniversary:  CENTENARIAN SINGS “WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS”

Special Anniversary: CENTENARIAN SINGS “WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS”

🕔08:50, 15.Aug 2014

      Her voice bellowed across St Augustine’s Anglican Church as Mrs Irene Lake (Bell Bell), Anguilla’s newest centenarian, sang What A Friend We Have In Jesus. Her strong and passionate singing did not surprise the large gathering of

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Special Anniversary: FAMILY MATRIARCH CELEBRATED AT 80

Special Anniversary: FAMILY MATRIARCH CELEBRATED AT 80

🕔08:46, 15.Aug 2014

      Mrs Carmen Ethelda Proctor, of The Quarter, is the product of a considerably large family originally from Island Harbour. And, in the course of her own life she, too, has produced a big household and is regarded

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