October 16, 2018

2 Reasons why people still prefer in-store shopping over online

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Some people like shopping a lot while some others find it tiresome. Boring or not, we all need to shop. None of us can do without things like food, clothes, and home supplies. Luckily, today there are more shopping options available than before. You can visit your favorite mall and shop at leisure or make […]

Cayman Islands Kids Gaelic Football Club welcomes new members to the ‘Halloween COOL Camp’ at Camana Bay

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The Cayman Islands Kids Gaelic Football Club is thrilled to introduce the addition of another COOL Camp to the calendar: a 3-day camp during the Halloween Mid Term Break from Wednesday 24th October to Friday 26th October at the Camana Bay CIS Football Pitch. Earlier this year we had our February Mid-Term and Easter COOL […]

Majorca flash flood kills at least 10 on Spanish island

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From BBC A flash flood on the Spanish island of Majorca has killed at least 10 people, including at least three foreigners. A wave of muddy water engulfed the town of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, in the east of the island, after heavy rain caused a river to burst its banks. Vehicles were swept away […]

Gadget of the week

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Infiniti ‘dual-hybrid’ concept car gathers heat to boost performance [using these gadgets] By Jon Fingas from engadget Project Black S can recharge when it’s accelerating, not just braking. Most hybrid cars are meant to save fuel and the planet. You can’t say that about Infiniti’s just-unveiled Project Black S concept, however — here, it’s all […]

The Editor Speaks: Child grooming is now an offense

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Last Thursday (13), when the opposition benches were absent due to their petty walkout, the rest of the MLAs present passed into law that child grooming will now be an offence. What is child grooming? According to Wikipedia: “Child grooming is befriending and establishing an emotional connection with a child, and sometimes the family, to […]

A regional first as Cayman Islands’ surgeons repair rugby player’s shoulder

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Cayman Islands (August 30, 2018) – After years of repeated injury, Cayman Islands national rugby player Edward Westin’s shoulder had dislocated over 100 times. Even after corrective surgery, the joint was so damaged that it would dislocate in his sleep. In the first surgery of its kind in the Americas, the Health City Cayman Islands […]

Head injuries linked to Parkinson’s Disease

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From Newsmax Links between brain damage and contact sports continue to emerge, with scientists now tying repetitive head impacts to a condition that can lead to Parkinson’s disease. Researchers have already tied repetitive head impacts with the brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and dementia. Now, investigators who examined 694 brains after death report ties […]

A landmark ruling for the Sports Betting Industry

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In the United States, until very recently, betting on the outcome of any sporting event was illegal in most states. Nationwide, the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act made it illegal to place this kind of bet. That is not to say that it didn’t happen, but it could land the participants in hot water. […]

Best casino complexes in the Caribbean

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Out here in the Caribbean, it’s a gold mine if you’re looking for an amazing casino complex to while away the time. Not only do our islands feature some of the most stunning views in the world, some of our casinos and their hotels, pools, and restaurants do, too. Whether you are after a laid-back […]

The Editor Speaks: Astroturf waste!

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I spoke only this week about how our government doesn’t seem to care how much money they waste on our behalf. The shocking disclosure from North Side MLA, Ezzard Miller, how the government have allowed the Astroturf that was purchased by a donor to sit at the George Town Port since May and accumulate charges […]