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Lindsey Turnbull


Lindsey is a regular contributor to The Cayman Reporter. She originally started her career in the financial services, but in the late 1990s switched to writing, launching and editing one of Cayman’s longest-standing business publications. During the course of the past 18 years, Lindsey’s articles have appeared in numerous publications. Lindsey reports on a wide range of topics with particular interest in business, the arts, and community focused events.


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Articles by Lindsey Turnbull

Fair helps people beat cancer

Hundreds gathered at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort on Saturday to take the opportunity to get the state of their health measured and to gen up on how to beat cancer, at the Cancer Society’s biennial Conquering Cancer Fair. The free event offered health screenings for people, such as …

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Students dress up for International Literacy Day

Spidermen, robots, ninjas and princesses. Doesn’t sound like your average day at school. International Literacy Day was marked on Sept. 8 around the globe, spearheaded by UNESCO. It’s a day when people celebrate their love of reading, so teachers at George Town Primary School have been organising events to help …

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Go Green Cayman! – Drop the meat

The Cayman Reporter shares tips and ideas to help you save the planet with suggestions on how you can go greener every day. In this series, we’ve shown you how easy it is to grow your own fruit and veg. Now we want to show you how ditching meat can …

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Agua joins brunch bunch

Sunday brunch in the Cayman Islands is something of an institution, a very fine way of leisurely getting together with family and friends to enjoy some of the best food our restaurants offer, usually with an endless supply of bubbles served along the way. There are a ton of great …

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Juniors shine in Guyana

Cayman’s novice squash team represented their country in fine style in Guyana taking third team place in the 2017 Junior Caribbean Area Squash Association championship at the beginning of July. Individual players also put in some outstanding performances, with Jace Jervis, 12, taking gold in the boys U13 and Jade …

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National Gallery examines identity

A powerful new exhibition has just been launched at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands. Curated by Kerri-Anne Chisholm, Mediating Self – Identity and the Body, features a collection of works drawn from the gallery’s existing permanent collection, as well as work from the Cayman National Cultural Foundation, the …

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A passion to serve

Worldwide, the Red Cross is the largest volunteer based humanitarian organisation, so it is essentially powered by volunteers. In the Cayman Islands, the local branch of the organisation, the Cayman Islands Red Cross, is well supported by around 200 people who continually volunteer, with a further 150 also actively involved …

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Prep says bye to beloved staff

As schools wind up for the summer holidays, last week Cayman Prep and High School bid farewell to two stalwart teachers who have taught at the school for a combined total of 54 years – head of juniors Sue Horrocks and head of infants Cora-Anne Mann. Parents and former pupils …

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Sneak peek into Cayman’s history

A selection of iconic homes of the Cayman Islands were recently opened to welcome a group on a new tour created by The National Trust for the Cayman Islands – the Home & Garden Tour, which took in five outstanding local properties, both old and new, and their gardens. Richard …

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