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UPDATED: Missing 12 year old found safe and well

UPDATED Missing school girl Hayleigh Sciamonte has been found safe and well. A police report stated that she was located by police in West Bay, thanks to a tip off from a member of the public.  Hayleigh had not been seen for more than three days. It was reported that …

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Charity is the real winner after legends clash

The hair may be a little greyer, and the legs a little slower, but that didn’t stop Cayman’s footballing legends taking to the pitch once more. In the latest in a series of Clash of the Legends games West Bay came out clear winners over East End 6-1. But the …

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Ebanks gave them Paradise

The Paradise Triathlon and Duathlon was a resounding success for organiser Kendall Ebanks of FNSports in its second staging. Last year he was in doubt whether there would be a reasonable turnout. They came out in numbers and this time attendance was better. The Paradise event was so thoroughly enjoyed …

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Dyer moves up to Ivy League

Dominic Dyer may still be only 18 but in the past couple of years he has become Cayman’s outstanding middle-distance athlete. He is a multiple medallist at the CARIFTA Games and last month saw off the challenge of Jamaica’s finest duo at a local meet. Two weeks ago, Dyer went …

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Take a trip down Memory Lane

Pictures courtesy Craig Merren Now who doesn’t love a trip down memory lane? Here’s Cayman as some of you may have never seen before. Who remembers a night out in Durty Reid’s? Or how about spending the afternoon relaxing by the Galleon Hotel? Craig Merren has kindly shared his family …

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PM promises unity

Premier Alden McLaughlin is in London on official business this week where he promised to unite all interests at home. “We have a government of unity that will aim to address the interests of the Cayman Islands and our people for the next four years,” he said. At an official …

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Pet on Parade: Cake the cat

Who wants some Cake? Cake is very laid back and affectionate. She gets along well with other cats and is good with children. This little sweetie loves to sit on laps and get her chin scratched. Cake would be a great second cat for any home and she is a …

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Police seize guns, ammunition, ganja and cash

A semi-automatic handgun, revolver, two air pistols, along with several rounds of ammunition is the latest gun haul made by police. The guns were found by police during a search at a West Bay residence on Thursday evening, July 6, along with a large amount of ganja and cash. The …

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Great reads

Looking for a fabulous read, but not quite sure which book to plump for? We’ve rounded up a selection of our favourite reads to get you through those long summer days. Favourite reads – Joanna Lewis The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Alexander McCall Smith Alexander McCall Smith is without …

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Riders pick up awards

The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation held its fourth annual awards banquet at the Holiday Inn on Saturday 24 June. During the horse show season in the Cayman Islands, which runs from September to June, the CIEF holds four National Dressage Shows and four National Jumping Shows that lead up to …

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