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      • Cayman's air travel taxes among highest in Caribbean region

        Taxes and fees on air travel in and out of Grand Cayman are among the highest in the region.

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        Author: jwhittaker@pinnaclemedialtd.com (James Whittaker)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:04 GMT

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      • Cayman's air travel taxes among highest in Caribbean region

        Taxes and fees on air travel in and out of Grand Cayman are among the highest in the region.

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        Author: jwhittaker@pinnaclemedialtd.com (James Whittaker)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:04 GMT

      • PPM government: Preaching transparency, practicing opacity

        This PPM administration has been the most secretive government Cayman has witnessed in the past decade. It's time for them to rejoin the conversation with the people.

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        Author: jwhittaker@pinnaclemedialtd.com (James Whittaker)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:35 GMT

      • Manderson: 'We can't fall down on this'

        Civil servants are warned not to laugh off government's latest efforts at downsizing.

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        Author: bfuller@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Brent Fuller)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:19 GMT

      • UK taxpayers hit by Tempura costs

        The Cayman Islands isn't the only place picking up the tab for Operation Tempura.

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        Author: bfuller@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Brent Fuller)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:52 GMT

      • One year later, quest for Cabinet records lingers

        Government takes more than a year trying to decide whether records of Cabinet meetings should be made public.

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        Author: bfuller@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Brent Fuller)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:32 GMT

      • Email hackers target Cayman bank accounts

        International fraudsters are continuing to plunder hundreds of thousands of dollars from Cayman bank accounts in a sophisticated email hacking scam.

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        Author: jwhittaker@pinnaclemedialtd.com (James Whittaker)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:10 GMT

      • Murder defendant discharged

        David Joseph Tamasa, 34, was discharged on Monday on an indictment for the murder of Robert Macford Bush in West Bay on Sept. 13, 2011.

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        Author: cwinker@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Carol Winker)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:23 GMT

      • Convicted police officer out on bail

        A police officer who was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment for bribery has been granted bail pending appeal.

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        Author: lbuttigieg@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Laura Buttigieg)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:05 GMT

      • Bloody Bay lionfish cull, tasting boost awareness

        More than a dozen dive sites in Little Cayman’s Bloody Bay Marine Park were culled by divers to raise awareness of the devastating effects of lionfish on local marine life.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:36:56 GMT

      • Interns dive in to raise awareness

        Stay Focused has brought on two local interns to get their scuba certifications alongside a group of teens with disabilities, in an effort to raise awareness of disabilities in the Cayman Islands.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:16 GMT

      • Students expose gaps in public transport system

        A lack of public transportation is preventing teens from participating in after-school programs, according to a 2013-2014 report conducted by the Cayman Islands Youth Assembly.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:46 GMT

      • Trial date set for Saoirse Holdings

        A company charged with 24 counts of making a false presentaion will go to trial on Sept. 8.

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        Author: lbuttigieg@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Laura Buttigieg)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:49 GMT

      • Cadets trade homeland experiences

        Cadets from Australia and Canada qualified for their open water diving certificates as part of the Army Cadet Exchange Program.

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        Author: lbuttigieg@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Laura Buttigieg)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:03 GMT

      • Cubans spotted off Cayman Brac

        The latest group of Cuban migrants floats offshore of Cayman Brac.

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        Author: lbuttigieg@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Laura Buttigieg)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:08 GMT

      • 'One man' motion gets go-ahead

        The next battle over 'one man, one vote' is tentatively set for September.

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        Author: bfuller@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Brent Fuller)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:29 GMT

      • Rotary donates lunches to mentally ill offenders

        The Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman has celebrated one year of donating monthly lunches to Department of Community Rehabilitation for mentally ill adult clients appearing before the Mental Health Court.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:39 GMT

    • Local News
      • Bloody Bay lionfish cull, tasting boost awareness

        More than a dozen dive sites in Little Cayman’s Bloody Bay Marine Park were culled by divers to raise awareness of the devastating effects of lionfish on local marine life.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:36:56 GMT

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      • Bloody Bay lionfish cull, tasting boost awareness

        More than a dozen dive sites in Little Cayman’s Bloody Bay Marine Park were culled by divers to raise awareness of the devastating effects of lionfish on local marine life.

        [ Full Details ... ]

        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:36:56 GMT

      • Interns dive in to raise awareness

        Stay Focused has brought on two local interns to get their scuba certifications alongside a group of teens with disabilities, in an effort to raise awareness of disabilities in the Cayman Islands.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:16 GMT

      • Students expose gaps in public transport system

        A lack of public transportation is preventing teens from participating in after-school programs, according to a 2013-2014 report conducted by the Cayman Islands Youth Assembly.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:46 GMT

      • Trial date set for Saoirse Holdings

        A company charged with 24 counts of making a false presentaion will go to trial on Sept. 8.

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        Author: lbuttigieg@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Laura Buttigieg)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:49 GMT

      • Cadets trade homeland experiences

        Cadets from Australia and Canada qualified for their open water diving certificates as part of the Army Cadet Exchange Program.

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        Author: lbuttigieg@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Laura Buttigieg)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:03 GMT

      • Cubans spotted off Cayman Brac

        The latest group of Cuban migrants floats offshore of Cayman Brac.

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        Author: lbuttigieg@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Laura Buttigieg)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:08 GMT

      • 'One man' motion gets go-ahead

        The next battle over 'one man, one vote' is tentatively set for September.

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        Author: bfuller@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Brent Fuller)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:29 GMT

      • Rotary donates lunches to mentally ill offenders

        The Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman has celebrated one year of donating monthly lunches to Department of Community Rehabilitation for mentally ill adult clients appearing before the Mental Health Court.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:39 GMT

    • Business & Finance
      • Rotary donates lunches to mentally ill offenders

        The Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman has celebrated one year of donating monthly lunches to Department of Community Rehabilitation for mentally ill adult clients appearing before the Mental Health Court.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:39 GMT

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      • Rotary donates lunches to mentally ill offenders

        The Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman has celebrated one year of donating monthly lunches to Department of Community Rehabilitation for mentally ill adult clients appearing before the Mental Health Court.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:39 GMT

    • World News
      • Rotary donates lunches to mentally ill offenders

        The Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman has celebrated one year of donating monthly lunches to Department of Community Rehabilitation for mentally ill adult clients appearing before the Mental Health Court.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:39 GMT

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      • Rotary donates lunches to mentally ill offenders

        The Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman has celebrated one year of donating monthly lunches to Department of Community Rehabilitation for mentally ill adult clients appearing before the Mental Health Court.

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        Author: sbonham@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Samantha Bonham)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:39 GMT

    • Sports
      • Shooters on target for future

        As the Cayman Islands shooting team wraps up in Glasgow, they can walk away with guns held high.

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        Author: myates@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Matthew Yates)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:42 GMT

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      • Shooters on target for future

        As the Cayman Islands shooting team wraps up in Glasgow, they can walk away with guns held high.

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        Author: myates@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Matthew Yates)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:42 GMT

      • Meade must wait for NBA call

        Basketball’s fun side got another airing with the “Shooting Stars” tournament that attracted players of all ages and abilities.

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        Author: rshillingford@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Ron Shillingford)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:21 GMT

      • Hamilton defiant as Mercedes division accelerates

        Mercedes fans who like Lewis Hamilton’s fearless and thrilling style of driving are keeping their fingers crossed that he can continue closing the deficit on team-mate Nico Rosberg and win the drivers’ championship.

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        Author: rshillingford@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Ron Shillingford)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:14 GMT

      • Nibali's success heralds new era

        Italy’s Vincenzo Nibali, who won the Tour de France on Sunday, became the first Italian to secure cycling’s greatest race in 16 years and he instantly becomes the new poster boy for anti-doping.

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        Author: rshillingford@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Ron Shillingford)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:26 GMT

      • Haines won't run out of goodwill

        Derek Haines is on target for the $1 million he is hoping to raise to fund a new Cayman HospiceCare building and the organization’s chairman Chris Duggan is really appreciative.

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        Author: rshillingford@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Ron Shillingford)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:12 GMT

      • Bravo delights fans as Red Steel carve up Zouks

        The Caribbean Premier League is reaching its final stages and Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel are emerging as the most likely team to challenge champions Jamaica Tallawahs for the title.

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        Author: rshillingford@pinnaclemedialtd.com (Ron Shillingford)
        Stamp: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:37:02 GMT



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