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Chef’s visit made Cayman sizzle

The Cayman Islands is widely known for its culinary diversity and strength, with the islands playing host to Michelin-starred chefs as part of an ongoing programme. First to visit was critically acclaimed chef Clare Smyth who was in Grand Cayman at the start of the year to get some inspiration …

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Security Matters: Personal safety and avoiding vehicle theft 

By Dean Clother-Sinclair, The Security Centre The Cayman Islands is a simply beautiful location. With warm sun and warmer people, it’s pretty close to paradise. It’s also a very safe place and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) do an excellent job to ensure we are all well protected. However, we as individuals can take steps to manage our own safety also. Two …

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Must haves for all you G.O.T. fans

      It’s the show everyone’s talking about, and as Game of Thrones enters its latest series it seems there’s no letting up on its popularity.   But how big a G.O.T. fan are you? We’ve compiled a list of must have merchandise to prove beyond doubt you really are King (or Queen) of the Thrones.   And …

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Football and a fry-up – the greatest hangover cure 

You can’t argue with science. That’s just the way it is.  A leading professor at the University of Keele in the United Kingdom carried out a study and determined the best way to cure a hangover is with a fried breakfast.  Professor of psychology, Richard Stephens says the carbohydrates contained in a full English will …

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Back to school – time to be prepared

  They say your school days are the happiest days of your lives. And all across the country hundreds of children are getting ready to head back to the classroom.  For some it’ll be their first time, for others a chance to catch up with school pals and share stories from their summer …

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Why Jamaican’s are just too cool for school

  One of the best things about being a journalist isn’t necessarily the stories you do, nor is it the differences you’re supposed make. It’s not about educating, entertaining and informing the wider public and it’s not really about righting wrongs.  For me, the best thing about being a journalist is the people you get to …

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