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They don’t make them like they used to 

  There are TV shows, and then there are TV SHOWS… I’m talking the best of the best, creme de la crème. The type of television you’ve seen before, will watch again, and then again because it’s just so good. Some argue they don’t make them like they used too, and frankly …

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Cats the way to do it

Cat lovers have not fear – we’re here for you. Last week we printed a selection of funny snapchat pictures of dogs caught up in rather precarious positions. If you weren’t FELINE the love, in other words if you are a cat person, then don’t worry, we’ve got your back. And …

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Check out these puppies

   Four tiny puppies thrown away in a trash bag have never looked better!  New homes, new families and, more importantly, a new lease of life.  These canine cuties were wrapped in a garbage bag and thrown away at a secluded spot in West Bay.  Just one week old and clinging …

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Judge arrested on suspicion of DUI

A Grand Court judge was arrested Monday night after a car crash on West Bay Road. The 52-year-old woman was alone in a vehicle which hit a wall close to Lime Tree Bay Road. A police spokeswoman said: “Just before 10.15 p.m. police and emergency services responded to a report of a …

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A chirp off the old block

Photos by Ray Robles www.rayroblesphotography.com In 2012 Ray Robles started taking pictures of birds in his back yard as a hobby. “One day I was looking for something to photograph and decided to try and shoot a few birds that were around my house; more specifically a couple of local …

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Port interns get shipping insight

The Port Authority of the Cayman Islands provided seven university and two high school students with first-hand experience in various operations at the Port this summer. The shipping industry is vital to the world’s economy – approximately 90 percent of world trade is seaborne. Offering internships at the Port opens …

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Heroes Day nominations open

Nominations month opens on Friday, Sept. 1 for the 2018 National Heroes Day celebrations, which will focus on sports. Members of the public are invited to nominate people in the community who have made outstanding contributions to sports in the Cayman Islands. In addition to Caymanian nominees, the committee will …

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Pirates Week reaches 40, me hearties!

The Pirates Week Festival – the largest annual event in the Cayman Islands – is celebrating its 40th anniversary. The theme this year is Treasures of Change. Drawing over 35,000 patrons each year, the islands are transformed into a mass of colour and revelry, with more than 30 events being …

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Back to school in style 

One hundred students went back to school in style at the start of the new academic year, thanks to donations by staff at CIBC Bank and Trust Company (Cayman).  The lucky students benefitted from a special back-to-school drive donation which took place on Monday, Aug. 21, as employees at CIBC met …

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Trash buster Zaim, 8, is on a mission 

Eagle-eyed beachcomber Zaim Ebanks is a kid on a mission to clean up Cayman. But the 8-year-old was left stunned after discovering a dead baby turtle in Styrofoam. Zaim and his big sister Taura regularly take part in beach clean-ups countrywide. It was during a recent trek on the beach near South Sound the …

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Work begins on ‘green’ development 

  Cayman’s Grand Harbour area is getting a massive green boast – with 80 new homes built over the next year. But it’s a lot more than just bricks and mortar in this new build as the main source of energy for homes, docks, street lights and other amenities will come from …

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Need a laugh? Get a dog

Love your dog? Of course you do, he’s man’s (and women’s) best friend, right? We’ve found a hilarious selection of the best Snapchat pictures of dogs on the internet, and boy there’s some crackers in here. How about seal dog? Doggosauros Rex? Of even the creation of dog? (That’s God backwards). It seems as well as being your best …

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Mad dogs and Englishmen eat vindaloo in the midday sun 

  There’s something very English about Indian food. You could say it’s Britain’s traditional dish. In fact, there are more Indian restaurants in London than in the whole of Mumbai, that’s a fact. It’s on the internet. Cayman has a new one too. Tucked away in the corner of Camana Bay you’ll find Pani Indian Kitchen.  This is …

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Hotel group says rumours are “false and hurtful”

The company behind the Margaritaville Beach Resort has dismissed rumours claiming they are behind on their bills.  The Howard Hospitality Group, who are also planning to build and operate the new multi-million dollar Pageant Beach Hotel, say any claims by employees or vendors not being paid are false.  They insist they are “loyal to the good people …

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NCAA college hoops in Cayman

Eight top NCAA Division 1 Men’s college basketball teams from the U.S. will descend on Grand Cayman in November for the inaugural Cayman Islands Classic. It is an NCAA Men’s Basketball Preseason Tournament that is being hosted by Caymax Sports Ltd and sponsored by the Mountain West Conference. The Cincinnati …

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