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Pet on Parade

Fabulous Fudge   This sweet pooch is in desperate need of a foster or forever home as he can’t cope with shelter life. Indeed, Fudge is so sad he’s stopped eating and just lies on his bed at the back of his kennel. Fudge had an owner although he spent …

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Taste has recipe to delight

The Cayman Islands Tourism Association has ensured that there will be more to do at the 29th annual Taste of Cayman than ever before, thanks to exciting new additions, including a VIP lounge, kids area and international competitors taking part in the mixology competition. It is on Saturday, Jan. 28 …

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Vanhoenacker proves his class

By Ron Shillingford The Generali Worldwide Mercuryman celebrated its fifth anniversary over the public holiday weekend with a former world record holder breezing home in style to win Cayman’s only half Iron distance triathlon Marino Vanhoenacker completed the 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike and 13.1 mile half marathon run in 4 …

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NFL’s ambition knows no bounds

By Ron Shillingford   More than 110 million Americans will be glued to their screens next week as Super Bowl LI kicks-off at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas with hundreds of millions of others worldwide tuned in, including in Cayman. It is on Sunday, Feb. 5 and the Houston Texans …

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Heroes Day honours tourism icons

The Cayman Islands honoured its pioneers in tourism at the annual National Heroes Day celebration, at Heroes Square in George Town on Monday, Jan. 23. The Premier and Minister for Culture Alden McLaughlin praised the accomplishments of those who had contributed to the tourism industry in his address. The tourism …

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MLAs call for action on animal abuse

By Charles Duncan Two independent Legislative Assembly members want better enforcement of animal abuse laws. Alva Suckoo and Winston Connolly said recently they are considering submitting motions for harsher penalties for abusing animals and stiffer regulations for animal breeders. Cayman Islands has seen a number of high-profile animal abuse cases …

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New flights to Honduras

Cayman Airways Limited will begin twice-weekly Boeing 737 nonstop flights between Grand Cayman and Roatan, Honduras, beginning Mar. 16, 2017. Cayman Airways currently operates year-round flights from Grand Cayman to La Ceiba, Honduras twice-weekly, and the airline’s chair Phillip Rankin said the expansion into Roatan will build on the already …

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Penalties for expired licences

The government has warned that starting this month, people who operate their businesses using expired trade and business licences will be subject to paying fines and, if they do not correct the situation within the prescribed timeframe, having their licences revoked under the Trade and Business Licensing Law. This is …

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Scam job emails detected

The RCIPS Financial Crimes Unit has learned of two new employment scams targeting off-island job seekers. Email advertisements are circulated purportedly recruiting staff for two hotels on Grand Cayman; the Westin Casuarina Hotel and another unnamed “luxury” hotel. The Westin has informed the RCIPS that it is not currently hiring …

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$3,000 church funds for students

The Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists presented a cheque that will fund 30 new students for one year’s attendance at the church’s CXC Education Volunteer Programme offering adults a second chance at an education. The CXC programme operates on Sundays and some weeknights at the John Gray High School …

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