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Ebanks aims for elite level

By Ron Shillingford Kendall Ebanks is wrapping up another hectic and fulfilling year as a fitness coach and international triathlete and after what he’s achieved is relishing the challenges ahead. Ebanks started this year impressively, capturing a triathlon bronze in the Olympic distance of 1500 metre swim, 40 kilometre bike …

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Trump’s victory was the year’s biggest shock

Donald Trump winning the United States presidential elections, Britain voting to leave the European Union, Fidel Castro’s death and the effect of the Zika virus in the Caribbean were the biggest international stories that caught the attention of residents of the Cayman Islands in 2016. Trump’s descent of an escalator …

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Mosaics brighten up Full of Beans

By Lindsey Turnbull Paula Ross is a multi-talented artist specialising in a broad range of arts and crafts media whose curiosity for exploring new artistic mediums has led her to create some intricate and colourful mosaics currently on display at an exhibition of her work at Full of Beans café …

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Business profiles

Talking with people from all sorts of backgrounds and diverse careers, to inspire Cayman’s youngsters of all the great jobs available to them. What it’s really like to be an… Executive chef, Sandy Tuason, Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa What made you decide to become a …

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Police seize bikes

The RCIPS seized four dirt bikes and two motorbikes, and made two arrests of riders who failed to stop and attempted to evade police during operations over the weekend. On Dec. 27 around 8:20 p.m., a rider on an orange motorbike with no registration plates failed to stop for officers …

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Theological Commentary: Jesus at our doors

by Bishop Nicholas Sykes When people go through personal difficulties of some sort, such as mourning the death of a loved one or fearing for the future such as that of one’s children or one’s country, or even when we contemplate some budgetary constraint that we or others may bear, …

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Cemetery clean up

An enthusiastic group organised themselves to clean up and paint some graves and tombs in Boatswain Bay Cemetery last week. They gathered at 7 a.m. on Dec. 17 and by 12 noon the group had scraped off the old paint, brushed off all the dust and painted 10 Graves/Tombs. Eziethamae …

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Looking back, and forward

“In this bright future, you can’t forget your past.” ~  Bob Marley As we come to the end of 2016, an eventful and tumultuous year to be sure, many of us are in a reflective frame of mind even as we look toward and hope for the future. The waning …

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We lost so many icons in 2016

By Ron Shillingford Cayman Island residents would have been surprised by the number of iconic figures who have died this year, even up to this week when Carrie Fisher, the Stars Wars icon, passed away. Fisher died in hospital on 27 Dec. aged 60 after suffering a heart attack. A …

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Great reasons to travel in 2017

(BPT) – Do you dream of getting away from the stress of your everyday life? Are you looking for a way to reconnect with loved ones? Do the winter blues have you dreaming of warm sunny days? Sounds like you’re in need of a vacation. Even though the Cayman Islands …

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