October 21, 2019

Wealthy and well-educated: The bombers behind the Sri Lanka attacks

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By Deborah Haynes From Sky News UK Death came to Sri Lanka in rucksacks worn by eight men. The suicide bombers struck churches and hotels within minutes of each other, turning the innocence of Easter Sunday into scenes of terror. Two days later Islamic State said it carried out the bombings, releasing a video of […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

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10th Annual Cayman Islands Care Dog Jog Sunday March 3rd 2019 7am Dragons Bay, Safehaven $25 to register. CARE Quiz Night is on Wednesday, 6th March Come join in the fun and test the gray matter!   Not able to make it on Wednesday, then please help us raise much needed funds by spreading the word […]

Farmer takes his lambs to sanctuary instead of slaughterhouse

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by Susan Bird from Care2 A livestock farmer in the UK made a life-changing decision for 20 lambs he’d raised since birth. As he drove them to the local slaughterhouse to meet their fate, he realized he couldn’t go through with it. Sivalingam Vasanthakumar changed his mind. He decided that the money he was getting for those lambs […]

England select Test and ODI squads for Caribbean tour

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From ICC – Cricket England have announced their Test and ODI squads to face the Windies for their tour of the Caribbean next year. The Test squad that whitewashed Sri Lanka 3-0 – England’s first away series win in over two years – remains unchanged. While Joe Denly and Olly Stone both failed to make […]

Gorgeous 30-day timelapse

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Gorgeous 30-day timelapse captures what it’s like to be out at sea BY XAVIER PIEDRA From Mashable The ocean is equally as beautiful as it is terrifying. This couldn’t have been captured anymore perfectly than in this timelapse video by YouTuber JeffHK. In the video, JeffHK documents his 30 day journey from the Red Sea […]

The hunting of whales, dolphins and porpoises illegally for bait found to be more widespread than first thought

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A report by Sandra Altherr and Nicola Hodgins Edited by Sue Fisher, Kate O’Connell, D.J. Schubert, and Dave Tilford SMALL CETACEANS, BIG PROBLEMS A global review of the impacts of hunting on small whales, dolphins and porpoises SUMMARY The hunting of small cetaceans (i.e., all toothed whales, except the sperm whale) for food or fishing […]

Holder eyes win in historic day/night Caribbean Test

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From Jamaica Observer GROS ISLET, St Lucia (CMC) — The West Indies are just one match away from a historic win over Sri Lanka, and captain Jason Holder says the regional side will be gunning for victory in the final Test. After battling to a tense draw in the second Test match on Monday, the […]

Cricket teams from England and India will tour the Caribbean in 2019

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BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life The Caribbean region has been given an opportunity to bid for Test, One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 matches between the West Indies and England also India next year. This was revealed by Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Dave Cameron, during a recent trip to Trinidad and Tobago. While […]

Fly a flag for the Commonwealth 12th MarcH 2018

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Lord Mayors and Mayors, Lord Provosts, town and parish councils, local authorities and local communities, school children and college students, members of Girlguiding and the Scouts from around the UK and Commonwealth, Sea and Air Cadets, charities and community groups, Commonwealth Ex-Servicemen and major shipping lines, training ships crewed by disabled crewman people, and many […]

Asitha Fernando shines with his shoes in Caribbean Islands

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By Bipin Dani From Pakistan Observer Mumbai Sri Lanka’s young fast bowler Asitha Fernando, now on a Windies tour has shown a fine gesture of gifting one of his shoe pair to the poor West Indies player. This was revealed by Charith Senanayake, the manager of the A team on Caribbean Islands. “As ambassadors of […]