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Bush outlines CDP’s campaign goals for upcoming elections

Leader of the Opposition, Mckeeva Bush, has outlined some of the Cayman Islands Democratic Party’s (CDP) campaign goals leading up to next year’s general elections. Mr Bush, in his speech congratulating US President elect, Donald Trump, noted several important issues that he believed were paramount for the continued development of …

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CTMH announces publication in Surgery Journal

Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital

Two doctors at Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital (CTMH), Dr. Yaron Rado, chairman of the Board and Chief Radiologist, and General Surgeon, Dr Christopher Bromley, published a Case Report entitled, A Case of a Chronic Pancreatic Pseudocyst Causing Atraumatic Splenic Rupture without Evidence of Acute Pancreatitis. The report, published in ‘Case …

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Manny Pacquiao to host Island Rumble

A major boxing event will take place in the Cayman Islands on January 7, 2017. The event aptly titled Island Rumble, will feature teams from Cuba, Bahamas, Jamaica, the United States, United Kingdom, and the Cayman Islands.  The WBO Welterweight Champion and the eight-time World Champion, Senator Manny Pacquiao, will …

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Cayman Finance CEO discusses tax neutrality on BBC World

During a recent appearance on BBC, Cayman Finance CEO, Jude Scott, highlighted the Cayman Islands’ dedication to upholding the standards and expectations of a premier financial jurisdiction through transparency and a strong compliance culture. The host, Tanya Beckett, began with an insight into the Panama papers, mentioning that some of …

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Bodden Town Heritage Day is good old fashioned romantic fun

By Lindsey Turnbull Kicking off Grand Cayman’s week long celebration of heritage across all five districts as part of Cayman’s annual Pirates Week festival, Bodden Town/Savannah’s Heritage Day took place on Monday, 14 November, at the Harry McCoy Park/Nurse Josie Senior Centre, Gun Square Ave. It was a great celebration of …

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Independent Candidates and the Political Process

By Dr Livingston Smith As the Cayman Islands turns its attention to election mode due early next year, one should expect a number of independent candidates to be on the ballot. In fact, at least one such person has already declared and others might be thinking and talking about doing …

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The Heart of Parenting

By Catherine Tyson Children are precious gifts from above.  If you are a parent, then you are blessed to have folks that think you are a rock star.  For those of you with small children, look at how they react when you come home every evening or pick them up …

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CIFS complete high-rise emergency training exercise

The Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) recently held a full-scale fire training exercise, and reviewed all fire strategies and tactics on how to react when a high-rise emergency occurs. According to Chief Fire Officer, David Hails, the “up close and personal” training exercise, completed at the Kimpton Seafire resort last …

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Choose Laughter: Poodles, Pickles and Pimples

By Faye Lippitt Faye Lippitt is a Canadian journalist living in Grand Cayman with her husband Dr Greg Lippitt. Together they raised six children in eight years, four of them arrived in pairs, which made for interesting times. To keep her head above water, Faye began writing about the crazy …

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ICCI students study latest tech during Google visit

Twenty International College of the Cayman Islands (ICCI) students got an up-close look at the inner workings of Google during a seminar in San Francisco. The trip was part of an ICCI course which focused on technology, business, and society 8-13 November, 2016. Students visited Googleplex the company’s world headquarters …

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