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Friday, February 28, 2020

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Tim Foy added: “The sense that the community want to give back to the school where they may have gone to, or their children may be going to now, is absolutely critical to that spirit of ‘Anguillianess’ – that people work alongside of each other to do something for the children” External link

anguillian Monday, February 17, 2020 5:58:00 PM CET

Timothy Hodge explained (about Robert Winter): “The Social Security Board rolled out its plan in January 2019, and there are eleven strategic initiatives,” “Mr. Wynter is now in Anguilla, again, working with the Board to develop and implement four of those strategic initiatives” External link

anguillian Monday, February 17, 2020 5:58:00 PM CET

Robert Winter replied: “The initiatives are: strengthening Board governance; strengthening leadership and management; culture change; and the performance management system. We are also working to implement the strategy monitoring system as well” External link

anguillian Monday, February 17, 2020 5:58:00 PM CET

Timothy Hodge replied: “For us, it is not an academic exercise. It is about a culture change which means that we must reflect on where we are; what we are supposed to be doing; how we do it; and, of course, our impact on the ordinary man on the street. What we are hoping is that the social security institution itself is transformed to better provide the quality service, benefits and other initiatives we promised” External link

anguillian Monday, February 17, 2020 5:58:00 PM CET

Mr Taylor said: “It is my pleasure to contribute to Anguilla. This island means so much to me and my family. Your island has provided for us a wonderful life, and we just want to be good citizens of Anguilla and contribute as best as we can. Thank you!” External link

anguillian Monday, February 17, 2020 3:43:00 PM CET

Ms Daniels said: “We have set ambitious targets of a 20% increase in tourist arrivals and a 60% average occupancy level for 2020,” External link

anguillian Monday, February 3, 2020 5:13:00 PM CET

The Hon stated: “CHTA’s Marketplace provides an invaluable opportunity for us to meet with our key trade partners, engage with new suppliers and receive first-hand intelligence on issues affecting business to Anguilla,” External link

anguillian Monday, February 3, 2020 4:07:00 PM CET

Mr Morrison stated: “At the moment, I think it’s like any new adventure full of energy and vigour. But three months in, they are going to get tired. There will be times when they will doubt why they chose this profession. They will lose friends they had. Those who are true friends will stay with them forever, but because you are police officers your relationship with the public needs to change. The things you used to do, you may not be able to do because you are being watched 24/7. Your conduct must be beyond reproach at all times” External link

anguillian Monday, February 3, 2020 4:07:00 PM CET

Victor Banks replied: “Since the inception of the Anguilla Residency By Investment Programme, how many applications have been received from potential investors? What are the nationalities of those who have applied to this programme? What monies have been received thus far in application fees, distinguishing between refundable and non-refundable? How many applicants have been approved under the programme?” External link

anguillian Tuesday, January 28, 2020 10:01:00 PM CET

Victor Banks responded: “Based on information I received from the Acting Commissioner of Police…ten firearm-related crimes took place in Anguilla in 2019. The Government, through its support of the Royal Anguilla Police Force, has afforded the Force the capacity, over the last four and a half years, to make the fight against criminal use of firearms its number one priority. This includes increasing the detective capacity from 5% -22% of the ranks of the Royal Anguilla Police Force; its Scenes of Crime Office from 3-5%; and improving the Forensic capabilities to include ballistic and digital analysis locally…The targeting of those who want to use, supply or store illegal arms and ammunition, remains the number one priority of the Royal Anguilla Police Force” External link

anguillian Tuesday, January 28, 2020 10:01:00 PM CET

Victor Banks replied: “The statistics requested are as follows: To date, 17 applications have been received. The nationalities of the applicants are Canadian, American, British, French, Dutch and South African. All fees are non-refundable and the revenue collected last year for application and due diligence fees: EC$113,576.45; in permit fees: EC$271,508.20; and 30 applicants have been approved under this programme” External link

anguillian Tuesday, January 28, 2020 10:01:00 PM CET

Victor Banks responded: “The occurrence of gun-related crime in Anguilla is cause for serious concern. Will the Hon. Premier please indicate to this Honourable House: How many gun-related crimes took place in Anguilla in 2019? What measures are currently in place to address the issue of illegal firearms in Anguilla? What steps are currently being taken by this government to address the causality of gun-related crimes in Anguilla?” External link

anguillian Tuesday, January 28, 2020 10:01:00 PM CET

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