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Dog show was pawsome 

Animal rescue organisation One Dog at a Time hosted their second annual Rum Tails dog show on Saturday. The event, held at the Seven Fathom’s Rum Distillery, featured a host of animal lovers with their four-legged friends. The canine carnival raised more than $1,000 to assist with the re-homing of …

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Cayman Heart Fund reaches 10th 

By Lindsey Turnbull A solid crowd of supporters joined the Governor Helen Kilpatrick and members of the Cayman Heart Fund on Tuesday, May 16 at Government House to help celebrate 10 years since the organisation first began its work to help promote heart health in the Cayman Islands. The CHF’s …

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Pet on Parade – Sweet Stella

Stella is a sweet young pooch who has had a rough start in life and is currently being cared for by the Cayman Islands Humane Society. Although having had a hard life she is still full of love and very gentle around people, kids, and other dogs. She loves relaxing and …

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Conch and whelk seasons closed

The Department of Environment is reminding the public that fishing for conch and whelk in local waters is temporarily prohibited during the closed season, which began on May 1. “The closed season for conch and whelk is designed to give the local population a break from harvesting during the parts …

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Farming planted on John Gray kids

By Lindsey Turnbull John Gray High School year 10 students spent the day last week at the North Side farm of The Pharmacy of Josh Clark, as part of their community service and life skills activities, learning valuable lessons and generally getting to grips with the realities of farming in …

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Government launches e-services portal

The government launched a revamped e-services portal, as part of a project to increase the number of services provided online last week. On May 10, a new online application process for police clearance certificates joined the suite of existing services that individuals and businesses can access from the site, eservices.gov.ky. …

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Guides set tails wagging

The Sixth George Town Girl Guides were pleasantly surprised when puppies arrived at one of their meetings. It was on May 8 after two of the One Dog At a Time directors, Paula Blane and Caroline Johnston, visited their Monday meeting, held at St. Ignatius, to spread the word on …

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Her Story is on display

Her Story is Our History is now on display at the Historic George Town Library. The display features framed replicas of the original 1948 and 1957 petitions signed by women demanding their right to vote and stand for public office. The vast majority of the signatures can still be clearly …

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