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Health City may push US system to innovate

There was a time when the American steel industry seemed invincible. The American automotive industry looked rock-solid. The American consumer electronics industry seemed untouchable. In every one of these cases, global competition changed the game forever. Will the same happen to healthcare in the United States?
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EDITORIAL – Officials should ‘play ball’ with North Side parents

We support the community’s spirit and empathize with their impatience. There is no question that the students and community will benefit from the new football field and track, yet – thanks to government inaction – this relatively simple project has lain dormant for years.
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PTA charges ahead with North Side school playfield

Parents of students at the Edna M. Moyle Primary School met with members of the PTA executive committee on Thursday night to hear about plans for developing the school playing field after MLA Ezzard Miller complained government had not earmarked any funds for the project.
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Hundreds enroll in NiCE work

Hundreds of jobless Caymanians packed into the Lions Centre Monday to sign up for government’s summer work program.
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Health City to add cancer center

Health City Cayman Islands is adding a multimillion-dollar, comprehensive cancer treatment center at its existing facility in East End.
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UK committee opens inquiry into relationship with OTs

The United Kingdom’s Commons Select Committee is conducting an inquiry into the relationship between the U.K. Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the British Overseas Territories.
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44 respond to call for nationwide iguana cull

A call for iguana hunters and culling businesses to put themselves forward for a nationwide eradication effort attracted 44 responses.
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Local lecturer presents at international event

A lecturer at Cayman Islands Law School has taken her research on the road.
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Cut-A-Thon date set

Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa has announced that it will host the 18th annual Cut-A-Thon for Breast Cancer Awareness on Sunday, Sept. 30.
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Under 14 Boys international football tournament kicks off this weekend

The Cayman Islands Football Association will host Group D of the Caribbean Football Union Boys’ Under 14 Challenge Series this weekend with double-header games on Saturday, Aug. 18, Monday, Aug. 20, and Wednesday, Aug. 22 at the Ed Bush Field in West Bay.
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Weather Service schools Cayman interns

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service is taking knowledge and paying it forward.
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Student snack drive under way

Rotoract and Feed our Future are in the midst of their annual “Ready, Set, Snack!” drive to collect snacks and money from the community in an effort to ensure that children aren’t hungry in school.
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DUI suspect charged with assaulting police

A 32-year-old man arrested on suspicion of DUI following a single vehicle collision in West Bay early Saturday was charged with assaulting police after he allegedly kicked an officer.
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Cayman hosts regional pharmacy conference

The public will have a chance to ask pharmacists directly about medications they are currently taking or those they may be curious about at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Victory Tabernacle Church on Eastern Avenue.
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Rahn: Eat endangered species

Under the current system, a landowner finding an endangered species on his or her property has a strong incentive to kill it before the government becomes aware that it is on the landowner’s property, which they then might lock up.
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Jury notice

Grand Court jurors in the July 4-Oct. 2 session are advised that the report date of Aug. 14 has been changed. Jurors should now report for duty on Aug. 15 at 9:45 a.m.
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Brac incinerator fixed, but George Town’s now broken

The incinerator at the Cayman Brac landfill is back up and running after being in disrepair for nearly four months – a situation that led to untreated medical waste being dumped in an open trench there, in violation of public health regulations.
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Half-year budget surplus reported at $201 million

The Cayman Islands government has a lot more money in the bank than it thought it would by June 30.
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Caitlin Tyson crowned Miss Cayman 2018

Since she was a little girl, Caitlin Tyson has dreamed of winning Miss Cayman. The model and aspiring actress made that dream come true Saturday night in front of a large and enthusiastic crowd at the Westin resort.
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EDITORIAL – A failing grade for Cayman’s drivers’ tests

We don’t know if the DVDL considers the test to be more than a decades-old joke, but we can assure them, the public is not laughing. With this kind of failure rate – and the presence of outlandish, irrelevant questions – surely someone exists within the agency who is not asleep at the proverbial wheel.
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Trump vows to double steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey

President Donald Trump said Friday he is greenlighting a doubling of steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey and warned that US relations with the country "are not good at this time."
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Turkey is trying to offload its problems onto Trump

Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across the desk of the President of the United States. Modeled on the President's Daily Briefing, or PDB, which the director of national intelligence prepares for the President almost daily, my Presidential Weekly Briefing focuses on the topics and issues the President needs to know to make informed decisions.
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The Erdogan effect: How one man shaped Turkey

For 15 years, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has dominated Turkish politics with his Justice and Development party -- the AKP. So just how has he done it?
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At-risk youth teach tourists about their culinary heritage

An inside look at an authentic local food experience in Vietnam, led by young trainees in CNN Hero Neal Bermas' culinary and hospitality program.
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She gets your unwanted food to hungry Americans

Maria Rose Belding grew up working in her church's food pantry in her small Iowa hometown.
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Out of juvenile detention, they serving meals instead of time

In 2007, Chad Houser bought into a popular bistro in Dallas, and his dream of being a top chef and restaurant owner was fulfilled.
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