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Monday, Dec 09, 2019
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23 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week
From the deadly ambush of nine Americans in Mexico to the voter turnout in elections across the US, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.
Quote of the Day
We learn something every day, and lots of times it’s that what we learned the day before was wrong.
Parade of Lights brings Christmas cheer
The night lit up in the Camana Bay Harbour Saturday night for the annual Parade of Lights Festival.
Three new locally transmitted dengue cases recorded
Public Health Department officials have confirmed three new locally transmitted cases of dengue.
Stingray City licences capped
The Department of Environment will not be issuing any new licences for Stingray City. This came as Environment Minister Dwayne Seymour announced a temporary moratorium on licenc...
New police helicopter officially home
The US $11.5 million Airbus H145, the first helicopter purchased solely by the Cayman Islands government, will operate alongside the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service Air Oper...
Constitutional changes expected to be confirmed by Privy Council in February
Lawmakers have unanimously approved constitutional changes that will alter how the UK legislates for the Cayman Islands.
UN climate talks failing to address urgency of crisis, says top scientist
COP25 in Madrid criticised for focusing on details instead of agreeing deep cuts to emissions
Google Maps tracks everywhere you go. Here's how to automatically delete what it stores
Google Maps tracks everywhere you go. There’s a tool that lets you automatically delete your location data from Google’s servers after a preset amount of time. This prevents Goo...
Denzil L. Douglas held at UK airport with £70,000 in cash
A Caribbean politician made a Privy Counsellor by David Cameron for his 'loyal service' to Queen and country is being investigated after he tried to leave Britain with £70,000 i...
PM Skerrit declared victor in heated Dominican polls
Following weeks of political unrest, Dominica has re-elected its incumbent Prime Minister, Mr Roosevelt Skerrit and secured a landslide victory for the governing Dominica Labour...
Breaking: Constitutional changes pass unanimously
Lawmakers have voted unanimously to approve constitutional changes that will alter how the UK legislates for the Cayman Islands and the relationship between the two going forward.
How scuba diving can boost mental health and mindfulness, and lower stress – it’s all that deep breathing, and the undersea wonders
Scuba diving offers people a way to get away from it all, instructors say, and forces you to focus on the here and now. Many places across Asia – from Hong Kong to the Maldives,...
American Capitalism Is Brutal. You Can Trace That to the Plantation.
Slavery helped turn America into a financial colossus. And our economy is still shaped by management practices invented by enslavers and overseers.
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