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6 Strange & Scary Plants

By Katie Waldeck It’s amazing what strange, scary & weird plants Mother Nature has under her belt. Click through for six of the most interesting examples!           1. Doll’s Eye This plant, native to Eastern North…

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6 Creepy Haunted Places

By Katie Waldeck Countless Americans visit haunted houses around Halloween. Usually though, it’s more common to spot teenaged actors in costumes than it is an actual ghost. Well, where’s the fun in that? Click through to read about some truly…

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Meet Leigh Pawling

Leigh Pawling is a local artist who has been exhibiting her paintings throughout Pennsylvania and at her studio space in Kingston for 15 years. She has also done shows at the Grand Cayman Islands in the Caribbean. Pawling, 42, attended…

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Justice for Tunisian Woman Assaulted by Police

Target: Magistrate Mohamed Ben Meftah Sponsored by: Care2.com In Tunisia, police sexually assaulted a woman and then accused her of “indecency” to evade conviction. This is not justice. On October 3rd, a woman and her fiance found themselves under attack…

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Skyfall gives James Bond his biggest opening weekend

New James Bond movie Skyfall has had the biggest Bond opening weekend of all time, according to figures from film company Sony Pictures. It took £20.1m following its release on Friday making it the biggest UK opening of 2012 so…

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Greg Christie submits Final Annual Report

Contractor General Greg Christie Submits Final Annual Report to Parliament and Satisfactorily Clears all Statutory OCG Annual Audits In compliance with Section 28 (2) of the Contractor General Act, outgoing Contractor General, Greg Christie, has now submitted, to Parliament, his…

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Opposition, critics call for crack down on tax evaders [hiding money in Cayman Islands]

Amy Minsky, Global News OTTAWA – Canada’s wealthiest citizens are hiding billions of dollars in tax havens around the world – a phenomenon that’s blowing big holes in the government’s tax-collection efforts and placing a heavy burden on low- and…

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Fight at court

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service have confirmed that shortly after 10am Tuesday (30), two police officers were injured as they arrested a suspect at the George Town Court House. The suspect, who had been wanted in relation to an…

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CDB to finance Dominica Land Use Policy and Physical Development Plan

Dominica’s efforts to prepare a National Land Use Policy and a National Physical Development Plan are set to receive financial assistance from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB).  The Bank’s Board of Directors has approved a grant equivalent to USD280,000 to…

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Minors: Focused on making Island attractive for execs

From The Royal Gazette Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Patrice Minors said Government is focused on retaining and attracting senior executives to Bermuda as it goes through the process of modernising work permit rules. She was speaking after the Cayman…