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The Happy Dogs Show

Animal House celebrated 16 years in the pet business last weekend with a dog show. The Happy Dogs show was open to puppies, yearlings, seniors, toy breeds and rescues. Proceeds from the show were donated to The Cayman Islands Humane Society and to Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts. The event included …

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Ricketts achieves master’s

The 44th Commencement Ceremony of the International College of the Cayman Islands was an especially providential day for Diane Ricketts, Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventist accountant and its health and nutrition store manager. Mrs. Ricketts not only graduated with a master’s degree in management on Feb. 9 but also …

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Proud of Them nominations open

The public has a chance to recognise excellence among young people by submitting nominations to the Proud of Them award scheme. Youngsters from 10–25 who are reaching new heights of achievement in academics, sports, their careers, culture, business or community service can be nominated. Chante Smith Johnson, the brilliant volleyball …

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Christian group dive as well

By Ron Shillingford ron@caymanreporter.com A group from the U.S.-based Worldwide Christian Scuba Divers Organization will arrive in Cayman Brac for a week’s diving from Sunday and to bond with other like-minded people. They will be doing some repair works to the Hillside Chapel and Church of God churches on the …

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Cayman drought warning

The Cayman Islands may be in for a long period of drought which may last until May. Many Caribbean countries experienced a relatively dry January this year but there is some likelihood for incipient drought concerns in some places by the end of February if it becomes as dry as …

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New finance bill being heard

The Ministry of Financial Services, Commerce and Environment has prepared 11 bills to strengthen Cayman’s regulatory framework, introduce new financial services vehicles, and improve the local business environment. The bills were heard at the latest meeting of the Legislative Assembly, which started on Wednesday, Feb. 22. They are:  the Companies …

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