Archive for January, 2012

Closer to Terminal Demise

Closer to Terminal Demise

| January 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Another embarrassment to proud tradition of West Indies cricket. Weakened by strikes, litigations, injunctions, arbitrations and constant, outright animosity between the administration and the players association, its latest, lingering malady has brought its condition ever closer to its terminal demise. And it is in danger of spreading. The nationalisation of Guyana cricket by the government, […]

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Grenada Opens Probe Into death of Canadian

Grenada Opens Probe Into death of Canadian

| January 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Oscar Bartholomew is shown in this undated Facebook memorial page photo. Five police officers charged with beating a Toronto man to death in Grenada have been granted bail. The officers are charged with manslaughter in the death of 39-year-old Oscar Bartholomew, whom relatives say was beaten into a coma on Boxing Day after he hugged […]

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Grenada Sprint Star Kirani James inks deal with telecommunications giant LIME

Grenada Sprint Star Kirani James inks deal with telecommunications giant LIME

| January 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

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Patriotism: An Open Appeal to Antigua & Barbuda

Patriotism: An Open Appeal to Antigua & Barbuda

| January 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Antigua & Barbuda is facing difficult times that demand “a patriotic response.” These were the words of the Honourable Minister of Finance Harold Lovell during the Budget Debate. Given that he was speaking on behalf of his government and his party, we can assume that the call for a “patriotic response” would be led by […]

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CRICKETER TURNS POLITICIAN

CRICKETER TURNS POLITICIAN

| January 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Anguilla’s first professional cricketer in England and Australia, Cardigan Connor, has entered the island’s political arena as the Opposition Anguilla United Front’s candidate for District 7 (West End) in the next general election. Mr. Connor’s candidacy was announced by AUF Party Leader, Victor Banks, at a press conference on Tuesday, January 24, as the new […]

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YANA’S WORLD: Be Truthful To Yourself

YANA’S WORLD: Be Truthful To Yourself

| January 30, 2012 | 1 Comment

Saturday came and I was in such a good mood, I went for a run in the blustery park, headphones blaring, saw the odd person walking their dog and pushing their children on the swings, but there was a peace inside from being there, sweaty, out of breath in the open with no pressing issues, […]

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Technology: Bridging the relationship gap

Technology: Bridging the relationship gap

| January 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hooray for technology and great innovations that help to make life easier. The numerous applications for smart phones give web access on the go. There are numerous applications that aid, entertain and inform are too many to count. From GPS, Google maps, YouTube, webcasts to Skype mobile and oovoo. The benefits of technology is vast […]

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When it comes to Relationships… isn’t the message always clear?

When it comes to Relationships… isn’t the message always clear?

| January 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Men and women today often claim that the other is guilty of sending mixed messages – saying one thing on the one hand and then doing the exact opposite. And it’s true that we’re all sometimes guilty of not practising what we preach. But when it comes to not getting the message in relationships – […]

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Understanding Our Past: To Change The Future

Understanding Our Past: To Change The Future

| January 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

When we talk about culture, we know it is a set of beliefs and traditions which a society, a country lives by. Cultural beliefs and practices are often passed down from one generation to the next and it is ingrained in a society. Our culture dictates what we do, and plays a big part in […]

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Anguilla National Trust Members invited to celebrate World Wetlands Day by participating in the 2012 Caribbean Waterbird Census

Anguilla National Trust Members invited to celebrate World Wetlands Day by participating in the 2012 Caribbean Waterbird Census

| January 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Anguilla National Trust invites its members to participate in the second region-wide survey of Caribbean waterbirds on Thursday 2 February. The Caribbean Waterbird Census was established by the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds in an effort to learn more about the distribution, status, and abundance of waterbirds in the Caribbean […]

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