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“Sip, Sample and Celebrate”

Dive into an evening filled with an eclectic mixture of great music, fine wine and culinary delights. Music for your Palate is one of a series of signature events leading up to our flagship event, The Pirates Week Festival. Proceeds will be used specifically to fund the Fireworks and Family …

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Chamber of Commerce calls for town council

Johann Moxam

The Chamber of Commerce has called for the establishment of a town council to manage day-to-day needs of George Town. According to the chamber, such a council would establish an aesthetics code that governs matters such as signage and building heights and would coordinate preparations for approaching storms and public …

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Sandra Catron scores against the government, again

Community activist Sandra Catron is once more taking on the local judiciary and with it the Cayman Islands government, in a plaint she filed to recover funds purportedly owed to her through the Nation Building Fund. In an email to The Cayman Reporter, the controversial community activist charged that despite …

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Minister Rivers highlights efforts to tackle unemployment

Hon Tara Rivers

Minister of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs, Hon Tara Rivers highlighted her ministry’s efforts to address the challenge of unemployment in a meeting of the Legislative Assembly in the Aston Rutty Civic Centre in Cayman Brac on Wednesday, 9 April, 2014. Minister Rivers stated that over the past several months …

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UPDATED: Multiple robberies this week

UPDATE The man who was arrested in connection with the robbery at Delworth’s Gas Station on Eastern Avenue on 8 April, 2014 has been charged with robbery and disorderly conduct at a police station. He was scheduled to appear before the Summary Court yesterday morning, 10 April. PREVIOUS STORY Robbery …

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Sample Bikini Model Training

You are watching her walk along the beach and you’re captivated by her proud posture and fresh look, as she elegantly moves with confidence. Her flat abs and chiseled waist are standing out while there’s no jiggle in her arms or trace of cellulite in her legs. Her bikini looks …

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Asafa Powell banned for 18 months for doping

BBC – Former world 100m record holder Asafa Powell has received an 18-month ban for failing a drugs test. The Jamaican sprinter, 31, took the banned stimulant oxilofrine at last year’s national championships but the suspension has been backdated and will end on 20 December, 2014. Powell called the ruling …

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Cayman has fashion fever for upcoming CIFW

Get ready for a week of glitz, glamour and fashion as the Cayman Islands prepare for the approaching Cayman Islands Fashion Week (CIFW), a fashion and lifestyle destination event presented by Guavaberry Marketing. The annual event has a week of excitement in store for its patrons as it spans from …

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Gastrointestinal Cancers Awareness month

Digestion is the complex process of turning food into energy needed for survival. The digestive system is made up of the alimentary canal, also known as the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, and other organs that play a part in digestion. The GI tract is the long tube of organs that runs …

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Inaugural charity gala to benefit CI crisis centre

The Cayman branch of 100 Women in Hedge Funds (100WHF), a global organisation of more than 12,000 professionals in the alternative investment funds industry, has announced its inaugural charity Gala of which proceeds will be given to this year’s philanthropic beneficiary, the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC). This organisation generously …

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Letter to the Editor

From: Sustainable Cayman Subject: East West Arterial Extension We should take it with pride that our beautiful isles continue to attract countless visitors and investors like Arnold Palmer to our shores. However, we find it to be counter-intuitive for any development to occur in which a fortunate few would profit …

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Radio Cayman celebrate 38 years on air

The lawn of the old Government Administration Building, otherwise known as the Glass House, was alive with activity on Friday, 4 April, 2014 as Radio Cayman celebrated its 38th anniversary of service to the Cayman Islands. The celebration included a live broadcasting of the Talk Today show with host Sterling …

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Time to “wuk up” again!

It’s that time of the year again! Carnival fans have a lot to look forward to at the 31st anniversary celebration of Batabano. The national carnival Batabano committee has teamed up with its lineup of local sponsors to present this year’s festivities which begins at the end of April. On …

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Former fire officers back on the job

Roy Grant and Kirkland Nixon have come out of retirement to once again offer their services to the Cayman Islands. As of Monday, 7 April, Mr Grant is Acting Chief Fire Officer and Mr Nixon is Strategic Advisor to the Fire Service. Former Acting Chief Officer Rosworth McLaughlin is on …

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Cayman to host regional veterinary conference

The Cayman Islands will host the 28th Biennial Caribbean Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) Conference from 4-7 November 2014. According to a press statement from the Chamber of Commerce, some 200-300 global and regional veterinarians and their families will visit the Cayman Islands as participants in forum. Several world-renowned speakers in …

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