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Natalya Bodden


Natalya is a young Caymanian Staff Writer/Photographer. She covers community news, arts and entertainment in the Sister Islands for our online platform and weekly print publication. Prior to starting her career at The Cayman Reporter, Natalya pursued a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration at the International College of the Cayman Islands and an Associates of Arts degree in Accounting at the University of the Cayman Islands.


Articles by Natalya Bodden

Making the impossible happen

By Tara L Bush Most little girls love horses. Boys and girls generally want their parents to buy one. That dream came through for Polly Serpell, who rode a borrowed horse to earn a team bronze medal last year at the China Youth Olympic Games (YOG) for the Cayman Islands. …

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Receive the word of truth

  I suppose the accents and perhaps dialects that people spoke with as they communicated the Gospel in the decades following Christ’s Resurrection were in as wide a range as English-speakers have today. Since New Testament Greek is what scholars call Koiné Greek (rather than classical Greek), that was evidently …

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‘Fat Chance’ entertains the audience

The play ‘Fat Chance’ directed and designed by CNCF Artistic Director, Mr Henry Muttoo ran last weekend from 29 October to the 2 November at the Harquail Theatre. The play, written by Donna Tull-Cox a Barbadian educator, artist and award- winning playwright, featured a vibrant and comical cast of highly …

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Concrete Cloud Nine….

By Thomas Johnson In my view, there does not seem to be much of a link between construction and the state of the economy. In the Cayman Islands sustained activity in the building industry has carried on over the past four or five years. Yet, ask anyone about what state …

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The SRIU, it’s resources and responsibilities


The recent establishment of a Project Future Steering Committee (PFSC) to “provide strategic direction” for the implementation of government reform initiatives, is a welcome step in the right direction. From all appearances we are steadily progressing towards producing much needed and talked about reformation in the Public Service. It is …

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What Happens after the Auditor General’s Report?

In a wide-ranging speech delivered at the March 2014, UCCI International Anti-corruption conference, former Contractor General of Jamaica, Greg Christie, sought to explain a contrast in Jamaica’s anti-corruption experience. He explained that “Jamaica’s anti-corruption model comprises an extensive institutional and legal framework for fighting corruption, and inhibiting the unjust enrichment …

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Breeze Fusion Walk/Run big turnout

The Breeze Fusion Walk/Run took place on Saturday 1 November 2014. Approximately one hundred and twenty people came out in support of the run. The Breeze event saw 39 runners and 81 walkers take part in the 8th annual event. This year’s race length was increased to 3 miles /5k …

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Add these lunge variations to your workout

As you move about your workout program, one key exercise that you definitely want to be sure you’re adding to the mix, if you want to see top-notch results is the lunge.  Lunges are ideal for firming up the glutes, hamstrings, and quads, and will also help to target the …

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Business Profile: Jacqui Tomlinson-Smith – Beyond Basics

The entrepreneurial spirit seems to be a trait that the children of the late Tony Tomlinson, a local businessman, have fortunately inherited, including his daughter Jacqui Tomlinson-Smith. Ms Tomlinson-Smith is the founder of RVC Rehab Services, the physical therapy department at the Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital which is named after …

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FOI IMs in need of more training

Earlier this year the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) became increasingly concerned about the lack of support and training provided to Information Mangers (IMs) in the public sector. There are currently 90 public authorities that are subject to the Freedom of Information (FOI) Law as well as the National Archive and …

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