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Airlines Raked In A Record $6 Billion In Baggage & Change Fees Last Year

By Mary Beth Quirk Consumerist Feeling lighter in the wallet when you travel? It’s no wonder — in 2012, U.S. airlines raked in a record $6 billion in baggage and change fees from passengers. That’s higher than any other year…

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Comedian Bob Biggerstaff at Go Bananas –“Got on a ship in Grand Cayman”

By PF Wilson CityBeat Bob Biggerstaff, international comedian of mystery. “Wednesday morning I was in Honduras,” he says via Skype from a hotel room in Montreal. “I performed on a cruise ship. Got on the ship in Grand Cayman.” He…

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HighWater Taps UBS Vet For Governance Team

From FIN alternatives Corporate governance firm HighWater Limited has added UBS vet Darren Stainrod to its team. Stainrod, former managing director of UBS Cayman and global head of alternatives, has more than 25 years of experience in the alternative investment…

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Fatal vehicle crash South Church Street

From RCIPS May 18, 2013 12:30:51 PM CDT Officers of the RCIPS are investigating a fatal vehicle crash that occurred on Saturday, 18th May 2013 at about 3:11 AM on South Church Street in the vicinity of Sand Cay condominiums. A Ford…

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Snorkeling related death – George Town

From RCIPS May 17, 2013 4:23:00 PM CDT About 10.00am on Thursday, 16 May, a 63-year-old cruise ship passenger was snorkeling off Eden Rock with friends when he got into difficult. The man, who was from the US,  was brought to…

Dart says Cayman government is in breach of their legal obligations

“The failure of Government to do what it is committed to and legally obligated to do, as well as the public acknowledgments by Government that they are fully aware they have been in breach since May 2012, negatively impacts Cayman’s…

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[Cayman] Calvary Christian Center founder John Anderegg dead at 80

By Mark I. Johnson, Daytona Beach News-Journal The Rev. John P. Anderegg, who turned a small, dilapidated Ormond Beach church of fewer than a dozen worshipers into a 1,500-member congregation and school, has died. The businessman who turned man of…

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International Medical Tourism Chamber of Commerce – A medical tourism trade body

From PRCaribbean IMTJ reports that Christina deMoraes (Brazil & USA) has founded the International Medical Tourism Chamber of Commerce (IMTCC). This is a noble initiative, however it raises several questions: Does the industry need another American trade body to represent…

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Shell Eco-marathon 2013 opening

Driving from Rotterdam to Moscow on one litre of fuel may seem like an impossible task, but it isn’t. Every year, students from across Europe push the boundaries of fuel efficiency during the Shell Eco-marathon Europe, competing using vehicles they…

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More Twists in Long-Running Aramid Saga

By MATT REYNOLDS , Courthouse News Service (CN LOS ANGELES (CN) – In a lawsuit citing clandestine telephone conversations, a supposed FBI asset and personal betrayal, movie producer David Bergstein claims he was extorted for millions of dollars by a…