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Scots Hotel: Why the Church of Scotland has a Galilee getaway

By Angus Roxburgh Tiberias, Israel Spot the odd one out: Hilton, Marriott, Radisson, Church of Scotland, Holiday Inn. Yes, you’re right, they are all names of hotels apart from… but wait a minute, the Church of Scotland also owns a…

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Company aims to boost wind energy 50%

BY CAMILO THAME Business co-ordinator A new local company is aiming to establish a 24-megawatt wind farm in central Jamaica within a few years. Clean Alternative Energy Limited (CAEL) is proposing to construct eight three-MW wind turbines in Great Valley…

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Flood of money leaving China

BEIJING — Chinese investors evaded government controls to move more than $600 billion out of the country last year and the outflow is increasing, fueling economic and political risks as communist leaders prepare for a handover of power, a Washington-based…

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Are Tea Bags Really Compostable?

By Becky Striepe Becky Striepe is a freelance writer and vegan crafter living in Atlanta, Georgia. Her life’s mission is to make green crafting and vegan food accessible to everyone! Like this article? You can follow Becky on Twitter or…

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‘Lost’ Beethoven hymn unearthed

By Ian Youngs Arts reporter, BBC News A previously unknown Beethoven arrangement for an ancient hymn has been uncovered after 192 years. The composer wrote a harmony for the Gregorian chant Pange Lingua and modified its tune, said the University…

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Foreign Investors Flock to Florida (and could be attractive to Caymanians)

By Evelyn Robinson, iNews special correspondent Investors in the Cayman Islands are being tipped that Florida is the next big thing when it comes to property investment.  Foreclosures in Florida are at an all time high, and many home values…

Clean sweep for Cayman

Cayman Finance applauds Cayman’s top ranking in HSBC Expat Survey The Cayman Islands recently took a clean sweep in the top spots in the largest independent survey of its kind when it comes to the best location for expatriates to…

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Cayman Islands Business Renews with Banker’s Academy

FORT WASHINGTON, PA – dms Organization, headquartered in George Town, Cayman Islands, has renewed its training program with Banker’s Academy through next year. They will continue to use Banker’s Academy’s Learning Management System (LMS) for robust tracking and reporting. AML…

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BWA assessing hurricane damage

Baptists are working to meet immediate human needs left in the path of Hurricane Sandy in the Caribbean. By Eron Henry Baptist World Aid, the relief and development arm of the Baptist World Alliance, has granted an initial sum of…

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2013 World’s Best Diving & Resorts: Cayman Islands

From Sport Diver The three islands that make up this British overseas territory — Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman — have long been known as the Caribbean’s mecca of wall diving. These islands shoot almost straight up from the…