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Health City flies in St Maarten patients

Health City Cayman Islands has announced that direct charter flights to St Maarten will bring patients from that country to the Cayman Islands for specialised medical treatment. Following an agreement between Health City Cayman Islands and SZV Social & Health Insurances, the government-owned national health insurer in St Maarten, the …

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Spring home improvements in quick time

(BPT) – For most of us, the idea of spring cleaning probably sounds refreshing. Now that spring has arrived, it’s finally time to get started. Sprucing up your home doesn’t have to take lots of time, and is a great way to leave you feeling reinvigorated after a long winter. …

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High medal hopes at CARIFTA

The CARIFTA Track and Field Games are held in Curacao over the Easter weekend and the Cayman Islands has named its team with several medal prospects amongst them. Middle-distance runner Dominic Dyer, discus thrower Lacee Barnes, sprinter Jamal Walton and javelin thrower Daneliz Thomas have all had success at these …

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Cayman Airways employees rock socks

On World Down Syndrome Day, March 21, there were lots of socks at Cayman Airways Headquarters in George Town. Several of the airline’s employees took part in the “Rock Your Socks” global initiative to help raise positive awareness of Down Syndrome. Organised by Cayman Airways’ Social Committee, participating employees represented …

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Letter to the Editor – Law Society disappointed

The Cayman Islands Law Society is disappointed that the last sitting of the Legislative Assembly has not resulted in the passage of a modern, balanced Legal Practitioners Bill. The Society would like to thank all those who have worked extremely hard on the drafting of the Bill over the course …

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Culture Day photo competition ends

The Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s annual dress up, dress down fundraiser celebrated its fifth staging on Feb. 24. It was followed by a Facebook photo contest running March 17 –April 1. Schools, businesses and individuals across the Cayman Islands were encouraged to get creative in their display of homeland pride …

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RE/MAX celebrates silver jubilee

  RE/MAX Cayman Islands is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year in style. To commemorate its quarter century, RE/MAX Cayman Islands will be implementing a year-long marketing campaign including national print ads in publications, branded bus shelters and airport arrival videos, as well as re-branding its bimonthly RE/MAX Magazine, which …

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Tourism chief calls for unity

The head of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association called on the region to work together to ensure the Caribbean remains one of the world’s leading destinations. Delivering the keynote at the Annual General Meeting of the U.S. Virgin Islands Hotel and Tourism Association earlier this month, CHTA President Karolin …

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Turks and Caicos Islands delegates visit

Senior public officials from the Turks and Caicos Islands visited the Cayman Islands to discuss matters related to immigration services and border security for two days, March 23-24. The TCI delegation consisted of the Deputy Premier of TCI and Minister of Border Control and Employment, Sean Astwood; Permanent Secretary of …

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Windies face Afghanistan

West Indies will play Afghanistan in three one-day and three Twenty20 internationals in June after failing to qualify for the Champions Trophy, the West Indies Cricket Board said on Wednesday. The World T20 title-holders missed out on this summer’s 50-over showpiece in England, to be held June 1-18, after dropping …

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