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Trinidad Celebrates 49 years of Independence

Trinidad and Tobago celebrated 49 years of independence this weekend with festivities at Singh’s Roti Shop. Friday night consisted of trivia, comedy, dancing and drinking competitions hosted by Digicel’s very own Kevin Heath and radio personality Paul Akal. Customers also…

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Merriam-Webster adds ‘tweet,’ other new words

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — Here’s something for your Twitter feed: “Tweet” has earned a spot in the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary. Used as both a noun and a verb, the word describing a post made on the online Twitter message service…

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Dart are way off target say coalition

A coalition of West Bay activists are organising to oppose district plans by the Dart-government partnership to close West Bay Road near Public Beach and dig a marine hurricane shelter in Salt Creek. Appearing on Radio Cayman’s “Talk Today” yesterday…

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Leo Club of Grand Cayman lends a hand

Miss Teen Cayman Islands 2011 contestants and the Leo Club of Grand Cayman, joined forces to give their support to the National Council of Voluntary Organisation (NCVO) by helping paint Miss Nadine’s Pre-School. Through the years, NCVO and the Leo…

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Tip top teen queen Brooke

In a glitzy evening ceremony Ms. Brooke Parchment was crowned Miss Teen Cayman 2011 – 2012. The pageant was held on Saturday August 27, at the Lion’s Community Centre was hosted by the Leo Club of Grand Cayman. Ms. Brooke…

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Half of US adults now use social networks

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A new study says half of all American adults are now on social networks, and use among Baby Boomers is growing. A report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project says that of the adults…

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Irene spares big cities, but Vermont sees huge floods

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — The storm that had been Hurricane Irene crossed into Canada overnight but wasn’t yet through with the U.S., where flood waters threatened Vermont towns and big city commuters had to make do with slowly reawakening transit…

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OffshoreAlert Leads on Mac

OffshoreAlert, known as the unofficial eye on the offshore financial industry has transformed into a new-faced website. The site was launched this week leading with the Premier of the Cayman Islands as its subject. David Marchant, Owner and Editor said, …

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New Zealand’s penguin visitor starts journey home

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The wayward emperor penguin dubbed Happy Feet craned his head, flapped his flippers and seemed a little perturbed as he started his journey home to cooler southern waters Monday. The penguin was moved from the…

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Chefs roar about delights of lionfish

Though proud and showy in the wild, Red Lionfish make delicious dishes and are now served in Cayman’s best restaurants. The local effort to cull and contain the invasive, destructive fish – which threatens reef life in the region –…