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Day: July 21, 2013

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The Editor Speaks: Is it right to post an unofficial sex-offenders list?

Local activist Sandra Catron has come under fire by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) for her unofficial sex-offenders list. Catron has created a Facebook page to name those who are convicted of abusing children or other sex-related crimes….

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U.S. researchers explore deep Caribbean reefs

From Fosters Daily Democratic SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Scientists with the Smithsonian Institution have discovered at least one new fish species at a deep reef off Curacao while conducting a yearlong project to gather data on temperature and biodiversity…

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Physicists of the Caribbean

This hilarious story from the pen of Rhys Taylor crossed my desk and I hope you find it just as funny. Also visit his other site, too (see below). The exiled life of an astrophysicist Follow the adventures in the…

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Rae Wallace announces Debt Settlement Agreements at $0.10 per common share

TORONTO, ONTARIO, Jul 19, 2013 (Menafn – Marketwired via COMTEX) –Rae-Wallace Mining Company (“Rae-Wallace” or the “Corporation”)(pinksheets: RAEW) announces that it entered into debt settlement agreements to settle trade payables for the aggregate settlement amount of 92,872, through the issuance…

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Should Religious Beliefs Shape Public Policy?

by Crystal Shepeard, From Care2   Since late April of this year, a group of civic minded citizens have shown up every Monday at the North Carolina general assembly. This inter-generational, multi-ethnic group gathers to protest a legislative agenda they…

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CONCACAF Disciplinary Committee fines Costa Rica’s head coach

MIAMI, FL (Saturday, July 20, 2013) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) announced today that its Gold Cup Disciplinary Committee has fined Costa Rica Head Coach Jorge Luis Pinto the amount of $5,000 (five…

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Investment group sues US over Fannie, Freddie bailout terms

From Money News Perry Capital LLC, an investment manager, on Sunday July 7th sued the U.S. Treasury in federal court in Washington to challenge the 2012 changes of the bailout terms set for government-owned mortgage firms Fannie Mae and Freddie…

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Gone, But Not Forgotten: Species We’ve Lost in the Last 10 Years

By Abigail Geer, Care2 Mankind has the honor of quite possibly being the most destructive force to ever hit Mother Nature. With 150 to 200 species of life ceasing to exist every 24 hours, a mass extinction is looming, and…

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Governor Duncan Taylor announces panel of judges and the shortlist of Governor’s Award nominations

Award panel of judges select the 2013 Governor’s Award for Construction and Design Excellence shortlist of finalists The Cayman Society of Architects, Surveyors & Engineers (CASE) and the Cayman Contractors Association (CCA) in conjunction with His Excellency Governor Duncan Taylor,…

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National Gallery Events Week July 20-27

Please see attachments for the National Gallery Cayman Islands (NGCI) Events The following are non- NGCI events The National Gallery seeks to” promote visual arts in and of the Cayman Islands”. Through this e-bulletin you can learn about other arts…