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TIPS FOR AVOIDING DIABETIC COMPLICATIONS

TIPS FOR AVOIDING DIABETIC COMPLICATIONS

🕔09:21, 14.Sep 2012

  Many individuals inAnguillaare affected by Diabetes Mellitus. Although most of the long-term complications of diabetes develop gradually, they can eventually be disabling or even life-threatening.Good control of diabetes can lead to a reduction in the complications associated with it,

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“Make the Case!”

“Make the Case!”

🕔09:05, 14.Sep 2012

  Over the past two and a half years my appearance and participation at public consultations held by the Government, and particularly the Ministry of Finance, has been infrequent. This is especially so whenever I am informed that the Chief

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Winner of the Anguilla Post Office and MoneyGram “Gear up for School” raffle

Winner of the Anguilla Post Office and MoneyGram “Gear up for School” raffle

🕔08:54, 14.Sep 2012

  The Anguilla Post Office and MoneyGram International continue to give back to their highly valued customers.   Ms. Arlene Williams is the proud winner of US $100.00 after her name was drawn from among 280 entries in the Post

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A Guinep Tree In The Road by Patvin Adams

A Guinep Tree In The Road by Patvin Adams

🕔08:46, 14.Sep 2012

  Life lessons exist to inform us, mold us and supposedly shave off our rough edges. Tough times such as now are said to be challenges that help us to grow. They are seen as necessary to create better individuals,

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

🕔09:12, 7.Sep 2012

  The Anguillian September 2, 2012   Dear Editor:   In his movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Screenwriter William Goldman opens with a guy walking past a bank.  It is modern looking and ugly and heavily barred. He

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Common illnesses in children returning to school

Common illnesses in children returning to school

🕔09:11, 7.Sep 2012

  It is that time of the year when many children are returning to school. It is also a time when some illnesses that affect children are more frequent. Parents should be aware that there are several things they can

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“Not even the Lord’s Anointed!”

“Not even the Lord’s Anointed!”

🕔09:09, 7.Sep 2012

  Last week I decided not to write my usual column. Having used up two pages of The Anguillian the week before, with my “Two and a half years later” presentation, I yielded space to other speeches and articles from

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“A Good Conversation with the People” by: Ashton Bradley

“A Good Conversation with the People” by: Ashton Bradley

🕔08:56, 7.Sep 2012

  You should have been there at Landsome Bowl on Saturday, August 26, to listen to a conversation between the Anguilla United Front and the people of Anguilla. It was an opportunity to learn something. In fact, it was an

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POSITIVE LIVING: LEARN TO TRUST GOD!

POSITIVE LIVING: LEARN TO TRUST GOD!

🕔08:55, 7.Sep 2012

  These seem to be the days when everything is going wrong! When everything we seem to hold on to, and believe in, is crumbling before our eyes! It doesn’t make any difference how hard you try; it just seems

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ROXXY CAPTURES ‘BEST SOCA MUSIC VIDEO’ AWARD

ROXXY CAPTURES ‘BEST SOCA MUSIC VIDEO’ AWARD

🕔08:53, 7.Sep 2012

  On Friday August 31st, Roxanne ‘Roxxy’ Webster earned the first music award of her music career at the 10th International Soca Award (ISA) ceremony which took place in New York as part of this year’s Labor Day Weekend celebration. 

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