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Day: July 16, 2013

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The Editor Speaks: Our election rules have caused the election challenge

Mario Galea, the Malta Member of Parliament who headed the six person Commonwealth Parliamentary Association observer team who visited Cayman during the week of the May general elections, said that the requirements under our Constitution for what qualifies a person…

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5 lesser-known benefits of having a beard

By K. Aleisha Fetters, From Fox News From sprouting a little scruff to going straight-up Zach Galifianakis, there’s good reason to take a break from your razor this summer—and not just because it can speed up your morning routine. Research…

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Liat seeks to improve customer service as pilots raise several issues

From Caribbean 360 ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Monday July 15, 2013 – The regional airline, LIAT, Monday assured the travelling public that it is committed to improving the level of service offered by the airline even as disgruntled pilots warned of…

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Caribbean launches new tool to deal with climate change

By Peter Richards From Inter Press Service News Agency CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Jul 15 2013 (IPS) – If the studies conducted by the International Code Council (ICC) are true, then by 2025, Caribbean countries will witness a significant increase in…

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Record-setting British electric race car reaches 204 mph

By Vignesh Ramachandran From Mashable When you think electric car, “fast” might not be the first adjective that comes to your mind. But at 204 mph, Drayson Racing has a electric race car that surpasses the impressive speeds of Nissan’s…

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Premier meets regional leaders

From Office of the Premier Post-CARICOM Meeting Overview Premier Alden McLaughlin recently returned from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, where he attended the Thirty Fourth Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM)….

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Kelly Osbourne gets engaged to Matthew Mosshart in the Caribbean

by Lauren James From Contact Music Kelly Osbourne and her boyfriend Matthew Mosshart are now engaged after two years of dating Matthew Mosshart, brother of The Dead Weather/The Kills lead singer Alison Mosshart, has popped the question to his girlfriend…

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Solihull School bowled over by Caribbean challenge

From Cricket World Solihull School will be aiming to represent England with pride when they compete at a prestigious international cricket competition hosted in Barbados. The independent school for boys and girls on Warwick Road is the only school outside…

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Significant progress in probe, sending notices in every case: FM

By Ritu Sarin : New Delhi, The Indian Express Investigations into companies owned by around 600 Indians in tax havens such as the British Virgin Islands, the Cook Islands and Cayman Islands — details first reported by The Indian Express…

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Doctor from Cayman University joins Augusta Health, Virginia USA

From The News Virginian Augusta Health Primary Care announced on Monday that Gin Lou, a family physician, will join the Fishersville practice. After graduating from the Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, Lou received her Doctor of Medicine from St. Matthew’s…