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Security – electronic systems versus physical security guards 

In this edition of Security Matters, we will look at some of the basic differences between electronic security systems – and security guards – and explore how to use these security options.   Most readers will be familiar with a range of electronic security – such as intruder alarms, CCTV camera systems …

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Secure Your Property from Hurricanes

By David Stephens APEX Perimeter Protection & The Security Centre Property is often the most valuable asset held by a business or family – so it’s well worth protecting in the event of hurricane.  The key is to get prepared early.  As we say in the security industry “preparation stops devastation”.  …

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Choose laughter

Faye Lippitt is a Canadian journalist living in Grand Cayman with her husband Greg. She is the author of Sixteen Chickens on a Trampoline which documents the antics of her six children. She is a regular contributor to The Cayman Reporter. As summer approaches, students worldwide begin to dream of …

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Don’t hand PR out to all

I’m very concerned with the current status of the pending permanent residency applications. Not so much from the “poor life in limbo” perspective but more from the “ungrateful litigious” view. I have no doubt there are some on the list who should receive PR but do we really want the …

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Renewable energy has potential

The Cayman Renewable Energy Association hosted a Caribbean-wide conference on May 11-12 which could herald a remarkable sea change in the development of renewables in the Cayman Islands. The Caribbean Transitional Energy Conference was attended by representatives from jurisdictions throughout the Caribbean who shared developments in the transition from fossil …

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Choose Laughter

Faye Lippitt No Brow Bro The body is a wondrous creation. We know that it is composed of countless vital, interdependent parts, however there are a few parts that can get one wondering just what God had in mind when he added them on. Take for instance the appendix. What …

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Choose Laughter

One of the positive, lasting gifts our premier gave Alberta before he left office was an extra day of vacation. Since there are no holidays in February, our government decided to invent one. They called it Family Day In the spirit of the day, our family contemplated various family vocations …

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Letter to the editor – Alden McLaughin ‘underhanded’

Isn’t it a pity that we have a premier who we entrusted to represent us for the last four years and who is now proving to be the most slanderous and underhanded politician in this 2017 campaign. Mr. Alden waited until the last minute to choose to run in what …

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Word on The Street

Are Cayman’s roads safe? After a road crash in East End cost the lives of four people on Tuesday evening, we took to the streets to ask what the public thinks about the state of driving on Cayman’s roads

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