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Dads the way to do it!

By Paul Kennedy [email protected] The wonderful world of television and film has thrown up some memorable father figures over the years. Whether cartoon or real, the task of finding a top ten is tough. But, as Father’s Day approaches, we’ve managed to fish out the best fathers for our list …

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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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May Classics goes to the wire

By Ron Shillingford [email protected] The final May Series Dew Classics is on this Sunday with a circuit race and after three rounds the are several riders who could win it. Steven Abbott has won the last two rounds and is joint first with Michael Testori on 25 points. Pedro Lopez …

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Why Mother’s Day is special to me

By Lindsey Turnbull As the mother of two teenagers, I have had the privilege of celebrating Mother’s Day as a mum for almost two decades. Always a special treat for me, Mother’s Day has been enjoyed (by me, at least!) on a level with birthdays, Christmas and anniversaries, thanks to …

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A female’s guide to investing

                    By Lisa Boushy Despite more women graduating from university and comprising almost half the workforce – and two of every five affluent women report earning the same or more as their spouse – studies show that women still lack confidence …

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Spurs push Blues to the wire

Pull quote ‘Chelsea has just been pure class and we play to win every game and the results shows it’ Shenel Gall The English Premier League is billed as the world’s best, not because it boasts the top players – Spain has that honour – but because it is the …

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Rivers switches to control unit

The Cayman Islands Airports Authority has helped Jehu Rivers, an airport security officer to switch departments and work in the Air Traffic Control Unit. He was encouraged to apply for an ATC trainee position that was advertised. Following a competitive recruitment process, Rivers was selected to fill the post. “I …

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Veggies rising to the top

  By Ron Shillingford [email protected] Many years ago, when vegetarians were relatively rare and seen as odd or even weird, stand-up comics had a field day. One favourite line was to ask all veggies in the audience to raise their hands. No one would, through fear of embarrassment. The comic …

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Burger Shack sizzles to stay perfect

In the latest round of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association Co-ed league at the Ed Bush play field in West Bay, the most anticipated game of the night was Burger Shack vs Uncle Clem Packers because both teams were undefeated. Both teams played skillfully however, Burger Shack were victorious, …

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