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Abuse reports double in 2 years

The Royal Cayman Islands Police reported more than 1,400 domestic abuse cases involving both adults and children during 2017.
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EDITORIAL – Straightening out Sunday liquor sales: That is the spirit

Last Friday marked the end of one of the more, let’s say, “interesting” chapters in Grand Cayman’s regulatory history, as the Liquor Licensing Board gave the official green light to 12 businesses seeking to sell alcohol on Sundays.
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Seabird study team highlights feral cat threat

Feral cats pose a threat to rare seabird populations on the Sister Islands, according to researchers who worked on a two-year study of nesting colonies.
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Most construction firms expect to boost spending, local hiring

Three-quarters of Cayman’s construction firms expect their expenditures to increase in 2018 and 70 percent plan to increase local hiring this year.
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More British water companies to cut ties with Cayman

As pressure mounts in the United Kingdom over the use of “opaque financial structures,” two more United Kingdom water companies have announced that they intend to close their Cayman-registered subsidiaries.
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Cranes will create multi-story container tower

Unable to expand outwards, Cayman’s Cargo Distribution Centre is expanding upward. A $5.6 million project, currently under way, will allow the Port Authority to stack shipping containers seven stories high, ensuring the Grand Cayman has enough storage capacity for the next 20 years, according to port director Clement Reid.
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Race lands on Little Cayman for first time

The Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge made a splash in its Little Cayman debut on Sunday, as nearly half of the island’s population signed up for the event.
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Little Cayman prepares for annual agriculture show

Blossom Village Community Park’s laid-back atmosphere will be transformed into a marketplace of garden plants and various competitions for everyone to enjoy when the annual Little Cayman Agriculture Show kicks off Saturday.
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Police confirm identity of deceased tourist

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service confirmed the identity Tuesday of a tourist who passed away after encountering difficulties while scuba diving last Friday.
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Sentence for driving death reduced on appeal

Anastasia Watson, sentenced in February to 12 months’ imprisonment for causing death by careless driving, was granted a three-month reduction in her sentence in the Court of Appeal on Tuesday.
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Courts: Mangatal to stay on as judge

Cayman Islands Chief Justice Anthony Smellie indicated Tuesday that Justice Ingrid Mangatal would remain in her position as a Grand Court judge following her guilty plea in March to drunk driving and careless driving.
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Cayman Finance launches 4th work experience program

The fourth annual Cayman Finance Student Education and Work Experience Program launched with an orientation event for all of the program’s stakeholders.
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CIMA cautions investors over virtual currencies

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has issued an advisory on the potential risks of investments in initial coin offerings, or ICOs, and all forms of virtual currency.
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FirstCaribbean withdraws IPO

FirstCaribbean International Bank Limited announced the withdrawal of the U.S.-registered public offering and listing of its shares on the New York Stock Exchange. The bank blamed “market conditions” for abandoning its share offering plans at the last minute.
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Appleby awards funds to nonprofits following its annual Charity Day

Appleby held its fifth annual Charity Day and selected nine nonprofit organizations in child and family welfare, education and animal welfare to receive financial assistance.
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Appleby appoints partner to dispute resolution team

David Lee has joined Appleby’s Dispute Resolution practice as a partner.
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EY sponsors high school’s math quiz

EY Cayman sponsored Layman E. Scott Senior High School’s 9th annual Inter-House Mathematics Quiz and supplied six iPads for the student winners.
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Global Compliance Solutions rebrands to GCS Advisory

Global Compliance Solutions has rebranded under a new name and logo and now trades as GCS Advisory.
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Harneys advises Banco do Brasil on notes issuance

Harneys Cayman advises Banco do Brasil S.A. on the issuance of the Series No. 3 Tranche under the bank’s US$20 billion Euro Medium Term Note Program.
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A deeper understanding of global debt

The scary-sounding global debt numbers were a bit of a publicity stunt; they got our attention, even if they were intellectually misleading.
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She gave birth at 11 a.m. and left hospital at 6 p.m.

Duchess Catherine and Prince William just had their third baby, and everyone seems to be doing well. Great! Mazel tov! Now it's time to talk about that other miracle of life they're showing off.
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See the royal baby

The Duchess of Cambridge, wife of Britain's Prince William, has given birth to a son, the royal family announced Monday.
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What will his name be?

What's in a name? A lot, if you happen to be a member of Britain's royal family.
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At 17, this sexual abuse survivor set out to fix a broken system

Brisa de Angulo grew up in Bolivia and remembers having a wonderful childhood. That is, until she was 15.
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Helping hundreds of young victims heal

Since 2004, Brisa de Angulo's nonprofit has been working to change the culture of sexual violence in Bolivia while helping hundreds of its young victims heal.
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