Archive for July 10th, 2017

Upset by sore losers in election

Upset by sore losers in election

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Is it not considered to be in poor taste and a breach of tradition for a failed election candidate, who was incumbent, to simply ignore his/her opponent’s victory, refuse to congratulate them, and to just continue on “campaigning” against them as if they did not just win the election? Would tradition not dictate that the […]

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Botanic Park celebrates mangoes

Botanic Park celebrates mangoes

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(CNS Local Life): The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park held its first annual mango fair on Saturday, 1 July, aimed at expanding the existing yearly tree sale to create a new family-oriented community event. The day was a celebration of mango season, community spirit and the various products that can be made from that fruit.

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Cayman’s students join anti-drug campaign

Cayman’s students join anti-drug campaign

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(CNS Local Life): More than 1,300 students in Cayman took part in the second annual anti-drug march, organised for the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime continues to lead the global campaign to raise awareness about the major challenge that illicit drugs represent to society […]

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Haines scales two volcanoes in aid of CCMI

Haines scales two volcanoes in aid of CCMI

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(CNS Local Life): Cayman’s marathon man and champion fundraiser Derek Haines is well into his next effort – raising $50,000 for the Central Caribbean Marine Institute’s (CCMI) reef research project by climbing two volcanoes and running three marathons this year. After finishing a marathon 30 April in Guatemala, he returned to that country last month to […]

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Strutters hit the beach to benefit dogs

Strutters hit the beach to benefit dogs

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(CNS Local Life): One Dog at a Time (ODAAT), a canine-rescue organisation, recently held its first “Mutt Strut”, along Seven Mile Beach, to raise funds for its continuing operations. The group, established four years ago and staffed solely by volunteers, has rescued almost 100 dogs and puppies since January of this year. Raising money is […]

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