December 4, 2020

From The Publisher

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Our thatch palm shows the “way we coming from” By Joan E. (Watler) Wilson Life is so hectic today I wonder where the day has gone, let alone the hours. Maybe it’s because I’m getting older and time does seem to go more quickly the more we age. However, that is only part of the […]

Christmas Frustrations

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I was standing in the checkout line My attitude was getting worse and worse I had no more patience left nor mind And very little money in my purse People were pushing and shoving And taking stuff out of my basket I had lost my Christmas spirit And I didn’t try to mask it It […]

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Christmas in the air Oh, but it’s a beautiful time of the year. There’s singing and a lot of parties everywhere, Happy shoppers are buying gifts galore As the shops keep stocking more and more. The lights are hung and shining bright, They’re every colour and make a gorgeous sight. Programmes in the churches telling […]

The Editor speaks: Nothing to do

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When one reaches retirement age many get very tired because they have ‘nothing to do’. Under the heading “Retirement, A Cruel and Unusual Punishment’  the article goes on to say: “Can you imagine being retired with nothing to do? Would it not be one of the cruellest punishments you could imagine? Does sitting in front […]

From the Publisher

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I wish to congratulate Truman (Bodden) and Arthurlyn (Scott) on the rebuilding of their father’s (Mr Arthur’s) little Print Shop on North Church Street together with the repairs of the fencing and other property surrounding the home. After so many destructive accidents I believe the Print Shop may be finally secured from any more storms […]

The Editor Speaks: Why do we plant flowers and not fruit and vegetables?

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My wife and iNews Cayman publisher, Joan (Watler) Wilson asked this question after I read her the story we published today “Increased investment needed for smallholder agriculture” She said when she grew up her mother and father’s garden in George Town had fruit trees of every kind eg grapefruit, breadfruit, star apple, orange, tangerine, plums, […]