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My Boat racing Story By Shellecia Brooks (say-yes-to-today.blogspot.com)

My Boat racing Story By Shellecia Brooks (say-yes-to-today.blogspot.com)

🕔09:30, 3.Aug 2012

  On June 04th 2012 I boarded the Miss Anguilla (a top performer sailing boat) and we set sail from Sandy Ground toCrocusBayto start a boat race. We raced fromCrocusBayto beyondDogIslandand back. I was excited because it was my first

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GUISHARD CLEARS UP ATB APPOINTMENTS, NON-RENEWALS

GUISHARD CLEARS UP ATB APPOINTMENTS, NON-RENEWALS

🕔09:12, 3.Aug 2012

  As reported elsewhere in The Anguillian, three persons are no longer serving on the Anguilla Tourist Board. They are Mr. Eustace Guishard (former Chairman) and membersMr.DelroyLakeand Mr. Douglas Eckel.   In order to dispel rumours, Mr.Guishard on Wednesday released

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BRILLA GROUP: GOVERNMENT HAS ALL THE CARDS FOR CAP JULUCA

BRILLA GROUP: GOVERNMENT HAS ALL THE CARDS FOR CAP JULUCA

🕔09:08, 27.Jul 2012

    July 24, 2012   Dear Anguillians,   1. Unfortunately what was predicted has happened.  Cap Juluca is in terrible shape and rather than admit defeat, Hickox seeks to save his purchase on the backs of Angullians and on

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A Time to Reflect and Reassess

A Time to Reflect and Reassess

🕔09:03, 27.Jul 2012

  With all this talk of referendums, constitutional reform, Anguilla Day,Independenceand now the long awaited White Paper, one is forced to stand back and reflect, given all that has happened and continues to happen to our belovedAnguilla. As the saying

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WARNING SIGNS OF MENTAL ILLNESSES

WARNING SIGNS OF MENTAL ILLNESSES

🕔09:02, 27.Jul 2012

  The recent mass shootings in Colorado USA have led to increased discussions about mental illnesses. Despite what many people think, mental illnesses are very common and if diagnosed early many can be successfully treated and controlled. If you think

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“Adjust your posture!”

“Adjust your posture!”

🕔09:01, 27.Jul 2012

  With murmurings of Cap Juluca closing indefinitely, inundating the “broad pa’ circuit”, and callsfrom the “Hickox Family” and the “Brilla Group” for action of one kind or the other on the part of Government, the past weekend was not

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NO TO DOLPHIN PROJECT AT SANDY POINT – YES TO A RELOCATION AND AN UPSCALE PRODUCT PRESENTATION

NO TO DOLPHIN PROJECT AT SANDY POINT – YES TO A RELOCATION AND AN UPSCALE PRODUCT PRESENTATION

🕔08:58, 27.Jul 2012

  Dear All.   I, Carl PROVENZAL ofWaterSwamp, a belonger ofAnguilla, business owner, with no political nor animal activist motives, was alerted through hundred ofcritics in blogs, internet sites, travel forums, emails and newspapers from here and Sint-Maarten relevant to

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Giant Mangos Grown in Anguilla

Giant Mangos Grown in Anguilla

🕔08:30, 27.Jul 2012

  Mr. Teddy Harrigan of Shoal Bay is having the Harvest of his life after managing to grow 3 supersized mangos collectively tipping the scales at over 11 pounds. The largest mango was the size of a small melon and

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MUSIC PUBLISHERS HOLD SONG WRITING CAMP IN ANGUILLA

MUSIC PUBLISHERS HOLD SONG WRITING CAMP IN ANGUILLA

🕔09:36, 20.Jul 2012

  First, it was the Lit Fest in Anguilla in May this year when writers from the United States and the Caribbean were on the island for the event. Now it is the Song Writing Camp at the Anguilla Great

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DANDRUFF

DANDRUFF

🕔09:21, 20.Jul 2012

  Dandruff is a very common skin condition that nearly all people experience at some point in their lives regardless of age or ethnicity. Although having dandruff can be embarrassing, it is usually harmless and many treatment options are available.

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