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Neighbours join crime fight in Bodden Town

Neighbours join crime fight in Bodden Town

| 25/10/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): Community police officers in Bodden Town have joined with residents of Belford Estates to launch a new neighbourhood watch group. Bodden Town CPD officers PC Garcia and AC Pascal gave a presentation lasst weekend to the residents who have committed to reporting suspicious activity and crime to the police to help with […]

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Singing Christmas tree tuning up

Singing Christmas tree tuning up

| 25/10/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Now in its ninth year, the date for the much loved local festive spectacle, the Annual Singing Christmas Tree, has been confirmed, organisers have said. Kicking off the holiday season, this year’s performance includes the Ft Lauderdale Christian Center Singers as well as several local singers from Cayman schools. The two-night event at the […]

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Albino baby turtle found on 7MB

Albino baby turtle found on 7MB

| 16/10/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): The Department of Environment turtle team made a rare find last week during a nest excavation, officials reported on social media this week. An albino sea turtle hatchling was found during a nest excavation, which was released into the sea along with his siblings at nightfall. DoE researchers said that so far […]

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Seniors give free yoga a go

Seniors give free yoga a go

| 10/10/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Seniors over the age of 60 are being given a chance throughout this year’s Older Persons Month to give yoga a try, after a local studio offered free Seniors Chair Yoga classes in partnership with the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS). The 45-minute classes are being held every Friday throughout […]

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CUC bucket trucks to help protect bats

CUC bucket trucks to help protect bats

| 07/10/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS): With local bats battling against extinction, the National Trust for the Cayman Islands has enlisted the help of Grand Cayman’s power provider to reinstate its Bat Conservation Programme to help support all nine native species. CUC will be providing bucket trucks to help install special bat houses to keep the animals way from people’s […]

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Scotts top squash league

Scotts top squash league

| 01/10/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Scott’s Equipment are riding high at the top of the Bakertilly Corporate Squash League with 247 points after the second week of play under the new scoring system. Walkers were matched against PWC, while PMG played Bedell Cristin and Scotts Equipment took on Bakertilly. Grant Thornton were on the bench this week.

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Revamped match-play spices up squash

Revamped match-play spices up squash

| 24/09/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The Bakertilly Corporate Squash League hit the ground running last Thursday at the South Sound Squash Club, with the teams coming out swinging, organisers said. With a change in match play, where teams now ratchet up scores from points gained by individual players rather than for winning games, the league become more exciting and […]

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Local realtors top global sales list

Local realtors top global sales list

| 24/09/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The property boom in the Cayman Islands shows no sign of slowing down, and as a result a group of local realtors have topped the volume of sales league. RE/MAX Cayman Islands was placed as the number one office around the world for 2018 after the brokers completed more than 600 transactions, […]

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Premier marks 60th anniversary of first elections

Premier marks 60th anniversary of first elections

| 23/09/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS): Premier Alden McLaughlin highlighted the importance of his own family to the political history of Cayman in an address marking the 60th anniversary of the first ever general election here in 1959. McLaughlin said his grandfather, William Allen McLaughlin, was on the ballot, and his grandmother, Ethel McLaughlin, had fought for women’s rights and […]

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‘Refugee’ bird lands in Cayman

‘Refugee’ bird lands in Cayman

| 19/09/2019 | 2 Comments

(CNS local life): A marbled godwit (Limosa fedoa) has been spotted in the Cayman Islands for the first time in 27 years. Experts at the National Trust said this bird may be a refugee from Hurricane Dorian, as the last time one was seen here was the end of August 1992, when Hurricane Andrew also […]

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