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Archives for September 2013

Donation made to ADA

Civil servants dressed down last Friday, 20 September 2013, to raise funds for people with special needs. Twelve hundred dollars that came from tee-shirt sales and personal donations will benefit the local Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association (ADACI).   The Governor Helen Kilpatrick led civil service participants on the steps of the Government Administration Building (GAB), […]

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Thousands of Romanian stray dogs are in danger of being slaughtered

From Care2 Petition Site   Romania has a massive stray dog problem. Nobody’s disputing that. But the country’s current plan, which is to slaughter the thousands of dogs by force, is unnecessarily expensive, ineffective, and cruel.   Dog catchers in the country have a reputation for notorious abuse. Their methods of killing often involve poisoning, […]

Trends and Opportunities in the Non-Life Insurance Industry in Cayman

New Market Study Published: Trends and Opportunities in the Non-Life Insurance Industry in Cayman Islands to 2017: Market Profile   Boston, MA — (SBWIRE) — Trends and Opportunities in the Non-Life Insurance Industry in Cayman Islands to 2017: Market Profile” is the result of extensive research into the insurance industry, covering the non-life insurance market […]

FNM Shadow Minister of Works calls for investigation into Tuesday’s torna

Thursday, 19 September 2013 16:08   FROM THE OFFICE OF THE SHADOW MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS HON. NEKO GRANT, MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR CENTRAL GRAND BAHAMA   A comprehensive investigation into Tuesday’s tornado is needed The issuance of the Met Office alert and the timing of the tornadic activities raises more questions about procedures   […]

CONCACAF statement re sanctions to Salvadoran players

The El Salvador Football Federation (FESFUT) announced today sanctions to a number of Salvadoran players, including 14 life bans, as a result of an ongoing investigation into match manipulation allegations.   CONCACAF fully supports FESFUT and its President in the abovementioned investigation as well as the sanctions rendered today.   The fight against match-manipulation to […]

Sparrow alive and alert

By Nelson A. King From Caribbean Life Margaret Francisco, wife of the calypso king, the Mighty Sparrow says the legendary singer is “conscious and responsive.”   “We are pleased to inform the fans of Dr. Slinger Francisco and the population at large that he is conscious and responsive,” she said in a statement issued in […]

New Dawn Mining wants to shift to Cayman Islands

By Chris Parry, Stockhouse.com   New Dawn Mining (T.ND) plummets 51.8% as Zimbabwe mine closure, shift to Caymans pondered.   Toronto-based (for now) New Dawn Mining (TSX:T.ND, Stock Forum) saw a $0.14 drop, or 51.85% of its share price, Friday as a special meeting was called to discuss what to do with a Zimbabwean mine […]

JetBlue, Inter link for pilot pipeline

By CB Online Staff From Caribbean Business   JetBlue Airways has added Inter-American University’s (IAU) School of Aeronautics to a pilot talent pipeline in a move that represents the New York-based airline’s first school partnership in the Caribbean. IAU is the latest academic addition to JetBlue’s University Gateway Program, a pilot talent pipeline in conjunction […]

Grand Theft Auto V Is the Most Expensive Game Ever—and It’s Almost Obsolete

By Joshua Brustein   From Bloomberg The release of Grand Theft Auto V last week brought to the forefront an apocalyptic scenario. The end-times theme isn’t part of the blockbuster video game’s setting, a fictionalized Los Angeles that’s havoc-filled but otherwise enduring. The apocalypse is part of the non-pixelated reality for gamers living through the final […]