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  1. EU Ambassador visits Anguilla for country’s Economic Review

    European Union Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Mikael Barfod was on his maiden visit to Anguilla from March 11-13. While in Anguilla Ambassador Barfod met with Chief Minister Hubert Hughes, as well as Governor William A. Harrison, and attended the annual review of the country’s Medium Term Economic Strategy (MTES). The EU is […]

    March 14, 2013Business, TravelNo comments
  2. Barbadian Calypsonian takes Regional Female Calypso Crown at Montserrat’s ‘Festival 50’

    Chrystal Beckles of Barbados reigned supreme over a group of talented female calypsonians to take the 2nd Euphony Vibes Regional Female Calypso title. The competition was one of the major events on Montserrat’s Festival 50 calendar which runs until January 1, 2013. Beckles performed sixth in each round singing two songs she wrote and arranged […]

    December 23, 2012Music, Travel1 comment
  3. “Powering Sustainabe Development” – Haydn Hughes, State minister of Tourism & Finance: Anguilla

    The theme of this conference, “Powering Sustainable Development” is an interesting and fitting theme for all of us small developing islands and it was aptly chosen for this particular conference. Over the years, Statia has been an important country for Europe. The history books show us that the island changed hands several times between 1493 […]

    September 26, 2012TravelNo comments
  4. Barbados Light & Power’s Peter Williams breezes over Wind Turbine concerns at CARILEC

    A key conference on Energy concerns throughout the region was snubbed by 2 Cabinet Ministers from Barbados – Commerce Minister: Sen. Haynesley Benn and Energy Minister: Sen. D’Arcy Boyce. Both members of the Upper Chamber should have been present at such a key gathering of Energy officials looking at streamlining the process of assessing and […]

    September 6, 2012Business, Video Gallery1 comment
  5. A Good Read: The Allure of Anguilla by Melanie Reffes (The newest literary festival/book fair in the Caribbean)

    It was nirvana for literary lovers over the US Memorial Day weekend when the Anguilla Literary Festival was the hottest ticket on the island. The four-day fête, hosted by Paradise Cove Resort, celebrated the best and the brightest wordsmiths from Anguilla, USA, Canada and Caribbean with readings, workshops, panel discussions, scrumptious breakfast and lunch buffets […]

    May 30, 2012Books, TravelNo comments
  6. Leading pianist and Image Award Nominee Onaje to perform at CTO’s Rum & Rhtythm at Tribeca 360 in New York

    One of music industry’s most respected and talented collaborators will feature prominently at Rum & Rhythm, a stellar Caribbean Week in New York event organized by the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO). Onaje Allan Gumbs, who has worked for more the 30 years with an illustrious list of jazz, R&B and pop artistes, will entertain guests […]

    May 30, 2012Agriculture, Music1 comment
  7. St Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport hosts third inter-island meeting

    The Princess Juliana International Airport Operating Company N.V. (PJIAE) is hosting an inter-island meeting with the tourist offices of its “hub islands” St. Maarten/St. Martin, Anguilla, and St. Barthelemy, on Wednesday, November 30, 2011. PJIAE had attended the second inter-island meeting hosted by St. Barthelemy on October 25. At that meeting the directorates of tourism […]

    November 30, 2011Featured, TravelNo comments
  8. Caribbean residents changing the way Energy will be produced: Anguillian Subsidiary launches energy generation and integration system

    Caribbean-based Power Electronics expert Carl Duinkerk and Business development professional Kareem Rombley, went to the Smart Electricity World Latam Conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil to launch an energy a production system there company Mango Green have been developing since 2007. The system products utility scale reliable energy production without using fossil fuel, it features power […]

    July 12, 2011Featured, TechnologyNo comments