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Month: June 2013

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Developments in medical tourism in the Caribbean

From IMTJ (International Medical Travel Journal) Bahamas, Bermuda, Caymans, Jamaica, Turks And Caicos Although medical tourism in the Caribbean consists more of outbound trips to the USA than inbound business, several countries are seeking to develop local business. In the…

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Cayman Islands hits back at columnist’s claims

Tom Burroughes Group Editor in London Wealth Briefing Editor’s note: The promotional organisation for the Cayman Islands’ financial industry has written a sharply worded defence of the jurisdiction after it was attacked by Simon Jenkins, a high-profile newspaper columnist in…

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Clifton Hunter High School Graduation

MEETING OF THE 2013 GRADUATING CLASS AND HONOURS GRADUATES There will be an important meeting of the 2013 Clifton Hunter High School graduating class on Monday, June 3, 2013. The venue is CIFEC’S Auditorium, Walkers Road, George Town, Grand Cayman…

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Man sentenced to 50 years in prison for stealing rack of ribs

By Mary Beth Quirk From Consumerist Listen, we’re not about kicking people when they’re down, even if they are being horrible, terrible, no good, very bad consumers. But we’ve gotta say, we really hope the rack of ribs a man…

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Career advancement

The week of Monday, 3 June 2013, GIS Spotlight brings you another look at civil service empowerment, special art preservation and the invaluable service of special constables. Also, check out the recent videos posted on our YouTube and Facebook channels….

Last Respects Paid to Speaker Moyle

Some 1,000 people paid their last respects to the late Speaker, Hon. Edna Moyle, OBE, JP, at the official funeral service, held at the Clifton Hunter High School auditorium in her home district of North Side this afternoon (Saturday, 1…

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Cayman Finance congratulates new Government, cites commitment to partnership

Cayman Finance on Friday 31st May congratulated the new Cayman Islands Premier on his appointment and expresses its commitment to working jointly with the newly-elected Government, and in particular Minister Wayne Panton, on matters relating to the Cayman Islands’ financial…

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Hurricane Season Information

Keep Your Documents Safe With the hurricane season now upon us, the Governor’s Office on behalf of the Consular Directorate of the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Austrian, Barbadian, Brazilian, Canadian, Filipino, French, German, Honduran, Indian, Jamaican, Spanish,…

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The Killing Of A British Soldier

By Oghogho Obayuwana, Foreign Affairs Editor News – The Guardian The recent savage murder of a British soldier- 25-year-old Afghan war veteran Lee Rigby in London by two fellow Britons is still generating ripples in the international political arena. Suspects…

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Reading in dim lighting will not damage your eyes

By Daven Hiskey From Today I Found Out Myth: Reading in a dimly lit area will damage your eyesight. In fact, the only “damage” reading in a dimly lit setting will do, in comparison to reading in an ample lighted…