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Put your best feet forward

 It may be an early start, but at 6 a.m. Sunday morning there’s only one place you should be – and it’s not in bed!  For the fifth year in a row, the Walk/Run for Recovery takes place at Seven Mile Public Beach.  Money raised for the event will help the resident of …

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Body of man found near Eden Rock

Police have confirmed the body of a man has been found near Eden Rock. A little after 3.30 a.m Wednesday, officers were called to the waterfront dive shop after a man was found unresponsive. A spokeswoman for the RCIPS said: “Just past 3.40 a.m on 20 September, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre received a …

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Brain surgery with patient awake 

In a first for the English-speaking Caribbean, neurosurgeons at Health City Cayman Islands have successfully performed another advanced procedure by surgically removing part of a brain tumour while the patient was awake. The procedure – known as awake craniotomy or awake brain surgery – enables the surgeons to remove, partly or …

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From small acorns grow healthier kids 

  As the saying goes, mighty oaks from little acorns grow.  And although the children at Red Bay Primary School won’t see an oak tree grow in their grounds, they can expect an apple tree.  To mark Caribbean Wellness Day health experts are encouraging youngsters to not only eat healthier, but …

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Urban myth? Maybe not 

      It’s the stuff of legends.   Ships wrecked off the coast of Cayman, Royalty on board saved from certain death, and the King of England says: “Thanks Cayman, you’ll never have to pay taxes again.”   A bar tale surely. Embellished over many years and plenty of rum.   The …

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Dressing down for a good cause

Families affected by the loss of a loved one will benefit from funds raised by Estera’s dress-down days.  Employees raised a total of US$6,320 over the past year, which will be donated to the fiduciary and administration services provider’s chosen charity, HospiceCare, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing dignified, quality comfortable care, free of charge, …

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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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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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