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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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Word on The Street

Are taxi service charges fare? After Tourism Minster Moses Kirkconnell announced a shake-up of the country’s taxi system, we took to the streets to find out what you think of the service provided.

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Word on The Street

After a recent robbery that saw a security guard shot at a busy supermarket, we asked the public do they think crime is a problem in Cayman and what can be done to stop it.

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Letter to the Editor – Law Society disappointed

The Cayman Islands Law Society is disappointed that the last sitting of the Legislative Assembly has not resulted in the passage of a modern, balanced Legal Practitioners Bill. The Society would like to thank all those who have worked extremely hard on the drafting of the Bill over the course …

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‘Choose Laughter’ with Faye Lippitt

Faye Lippitt is a Canadian journalist living in Grand Cayman with her husband Greg. Together they raised six children in eight years, four of which arrived in pairs. To keep her head above water, Faye began writing about the crazy things the children would say and do, and those became the source of …

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Chicken Soup

I am very fond of chickens. Unfortunately, our pup, Ned, is very fond of chickens too, and made it his business last summer to eat all our laying hens. It was a sad day when the last brown feather floated in the wind. My husband Greg, ever the pragmatist, suggested …

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