July 30, 2021

The Editor Speaks: Heroes

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What makes a hero? Before I attempt to answer that I must congratulate all the persons behind the Heroes Square event last Monday (23). All the seating for the spectators was filled with many people standing. The weather was king despite the forecast of ‘60% chance of rain’. Indeed it did rain – twice – […]

As Barbados turns 50 here are 10 famous Bajan roots celebrities you should know

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From NAN News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 2, 2016: On November 30th, Barbados marked its 50 year of independence from Britain with a major event on the island that was ironically witnessed by Prince Harry, representing the Queen of England, the island’s former colonial master. Through the years, many Bajans have made their […]

Cayman Islands Marathon Man Haines continues Have a Heart challenge in Cuba

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Mountains and Marathons Challenge for Have a Heart Cayman Islands On Sunday 21st November, 2016, the Have a Heart challenge continued in Havana, Cuba, with Derek Haines running the marathon supported by Chris and Kim Bailey running the half marathon race. Chris, who recently completed an Iron Man race as part of the challenge, finished […]

Where is Norman Lee who disappeared in the Cayman Islands?

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From RCIPS Further Information Sought in the Disappearance of Norman Lee The RCIPS and FBI have renewed their request for public assistance in locating Norman Lee, an American citizen who disappeared from the Wyndham Reef Resort in East End last year on Thursday, 5 March 2015. Per the notice attached, the FBI is offering a […]

It’s not an Iron man movie

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The US Navy just put a futuristic HUD in a diving helmet By Sean Buckley From engadget Project engineers say it’s like “an ‘Iron man’ movie” Augmented reality (technology that uses screen-embedded eyewear to overlay the real world with information, images and more) isn’t quite ready for mainstream consumers — but it’s almost ready for […]