The final stages of The Valley Polyclinic In a few weeks’ time, The Valley Polyclinic is expected to be handed over to the Anguilla Government and the Health Authority of Anguilla. As the health edifice nears completion, with some portions of the cordoned-off plywood removed, The Anguillian newspaper could not […]
There was a rare spirit of peaceful coexistence and camaraderie between the Government and the Opposition at the Twenty-Ninth Meeting of the First Session of the Twelfth Anguilla House on Tuesday, September 28, 2021. That was when the island’s Parliament was prorogued by a Proclamation for 39 days from October […]
During their weekly radio programme, Just the Facts, on Monday, September 27, the Leader of the Opposition, Mrs. Cora Richardson-Hodge, and her colleague, Mr. Cardigan Connor, came up with what some commentators described as a novel idea. They appeared to have suggested that, with the continuing exodus of Anguillians to […]
This editorial was written in October 2018. It is re-printed in commemoration of National Youth Week which was celebrated this year under the theme – “Economic Diversification and Food Security: Optimising Anguilla’s Green and Blue Economy.” Often when we hear reference to issues of national security, our immediate thoughts are […]
In September 2016, a white paper was prepared by the Government of Anguilla on Revitalizing the Real Estate Market. The purpose of this paper was to propose fiscal interventions, that would both improve the faltering banking sector and boost growth and employment in the construction industry, through reducing stamp duty […]
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