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Bermuda taken off EU tax blacklist

The European Union on Friday removed Bermuda, Aruba and Barbados from its list of uncooperative jurisdictions in tax matters.
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Butterfield’s chief operating officer steps down

Daniel Frumkin, Butterfield’s group chief operating officer, has informed the bank of his decision to step down from his post with immediate effect.
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Cayman Islands Fund Administrators Association elects 2019 executive committee

On 13 March 2019 the Cayman Islands Fund Administrators Association held its annual general meeting and elected its executive committee for 2019.
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Collas Crill appoints Cayman managing director

Collas Crill Corporate Services has appointed Charlotte Cloete as managing director.
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HR professionals unite at CISHRP annual conference

The Cayman Islands Society of Human Resources Professionals is hosting its 16th Annual Conference.
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Appleby announces 2019 promotions

Appleby has promoted three lawyers to partner, two lawyers to counsel and one lawyer to senior associate.
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An exhibit ‘steeped’ in Cayman tradition

Memories of old Cayman converged with the present on the George Town waterfront Saturday. As carnival revellers prepared for a third week of street parades, a different showing of Caymanian tradition went on display in the Cayman Islands National Museum.
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EDITORIAL – Giving school communities the tools to succeed

As we have written, thorough and rigorous school inspections are an important tool in our islands’ ongoing efforts to guarantee access to excellent education for all our youth. Giving school leaders the authority to make necessary changes and improvements will be just as monumental a change.
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Prominent Caymanian businessman Jim Wood passes

Prominent Caymanian businessman Jim Wood passed away on Sunday at 3:45am, at the age of 89.
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Caribbean police chiefs seek to establish closer ties

Caribbean police commissioners are meeting in Cayman this week to improve the effectiveness of regional policing in response to the changing threats from transnational crime.
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Divers go to unexplored depths at Little Cayman

Divetech’s annual dive event ‘Innerspace’ is typically held on Grand Cayman, but organisers wanted to go somewhere unique for the event’s 15th year.
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Action continues in the Boys Under 11 FA Cup

The first round of the 2019 Cayman Islands Football Association Boys Under 11 FA Cup took place Saturday at the Annex Field in George Town.
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Old Dominion spoiling for high quality opponents

Old Dominion will do anything and go anywhere to play some high calibre opponents.
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Kanuga ramps up training for 4th Badwater

The challenges keep getting tougher, and Kerri Kanuga keeps finding greater reserves of strength.
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Defendant Matthew Anthony Whittaker acquitted in Northward firearm case

A Grand Court jury found Matthew Anthony Whittaker not guilty Tuesday of possessing an unlicensed firearm and ammunition outside Northward Prison in May of 2017.
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‘Preparedness Day’ marked ahead of hurricane season

The Cayman Islands marked the National Day of Preparedness on Monday to highlight the importance of being ready for the upcoming hurricane season and other natural disasters.
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First named storm of hurricane season forms

Subtropical storm Andrea, the first named storm of the Atlantic season, is maintaining a northward heading over the western Atlantic, but meteorologists say it is expected to weaken late Tuesday and dissipate on Wednesday.
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Hundreds turn out for Braccanal

It was a jump-up good time for those attending Cayman Braccanal last Saturday.
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Raphael: Boris Johnson gets his chance to fail, too

This time it’s for real. Theresa May did not exactly say when she would leave 10 Downing Street, but on Thursday she promised to name her exit date in early June.
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Rush hour

Rush hour — Our editorial cartoon
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Award-winning musician: 'Nationality is an accident of birth'

Editor's note: The UN estimates that around 17 million people born in India live outside its borders. The group is considered the world's largest migrant population. From the NBA's first Indian-origin player to the descendant of an indentured laborer, CNN spoke to a handful of people born to Indian parents who settled overseas.
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Six dead, 200 injured in protests over Indonesia's election result

Six people were killed and more than 200 injured in Indonesia's capital amid angry protests against the results of the country's recent general election.
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Right-wing British politicians are having milkshakes thrown over them. Here's why

Here in Britain, politicians are being covered in milkshakes. Yes, milkshakes. And lots of people are very angry about it.
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Iran's FM refuses Trump's offer of talks

• Iran stance is straight from Trump's N. Korea playbook
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Airlines demand compensation from Boeing over 737 Max

Two of China's largest airlines have joined a growing list of carriers demanding compensation from Boeing over the grounding of its 737 Max aircraft.
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Apple's new MacBook Pro updates troubled keyboard

Apple has another fix for its troubled laptop keyboards.
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Tampax introduces its first organic tampon

Women are looking for eco-friendly and healthy ways to deal with their periods. Procter & Gamble is betting that organic tampons will do the trick.
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Coca-Cola is bringing back New Coke

Coca-Cola is hoping a failed product from the 1980s will help it go viral in 2019.
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This startup is building flying taxis

A flying taxi that you can order through an app? This German company plans to make that a reality in the next six years.
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Jeff Koons' Rabbit sculpture sells for record $91M

A playful rabbit sculpture by Jeff Koons has become the most expensive work by a living artist ever to sell at auction.
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I.M. Pei, a disarming and determined visionary

I.M. Pei, who died Thursday at the age of 102, was an architect of singular vision. One of the great figures of 20th century modernism, he was perhaps best known for his powerful use of geometry. He employed it to create forms and spaces of exquisite refinement, from his glass pyramid at the Louvre in Paris to the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington.
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Crazy history of the 'Back to the Future' car

The unpainted stainless steel body, the gull-wing doors, the rear-mounted engine. When John DeLorean set out to create his own sports car, he knew these features would set it apart from everything else.
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Why Anna Wintour always wears sunglasses

Anna Wintour's omnipresent status, crafted over a three-decade-long career at the helm of Vogue, is unrivaled in the fashion industry. Her reputation has transcended that of the magazine she edits, her image -- immaculately sliced bob, sunglasses -- now instantly recognizable in silhouette or line sketch.
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How India's political parties got their symbols

A ceiling fan, a bungalow, a broom and a mango -- these are just some of unusual symbols Indian voters can expect to see on their ballots as they head to the polls over the coming weeks.
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Confessions of a VIP private jet flight attendant

For many, the thought of catching a plane is far from luxurious: from spending countless hours lining up at security, to wrestling arm rests with other passengers as you face a crammed long-haul flight in economy.
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India's 30 most beautiful places

India might just be the most colorful country in the world.
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She's changing the cultural stigma around women's periods

When Freweini Mebrahtu got her period at age 13, she panicked.
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British Steel enters insolvency endangering 5,000 jobs

British Steel enters compulsory liquidation, threatening 5,000 jobs directly and 20,000 more indirectly.
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Brexit: PM under fire over new Brexit plan

Some Tory MPs are renewing calls to oust the PM, as Labour calls her new offer "too weak".
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UK government to bring in new controls on plastic items

In a bid to limit ocean pollution, the government will introduce new controls on plastic next year.
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European elections 2019: Expats in France fear postal votes will not count

Some UK citizens in France have received their European election postal votes late - or not at all.
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Poverty in the UK is 'systematic' and 'tragic', says UN special rapporteur

The UK's social safety net has been "deliberately removed", says a UN-commissioned report on the UK.
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Driver chases and pushes over man, 80, in Penge

Police said the attack in south-east London "could have cost [the victim] his life".
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Tributes paid on Manchester bombing anniversary

An "intimate" church service will be held for the victim's families to mark two years since the Manchester Arena suicide bombing.
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I lost my arms and legs - stop it happening to others

Sepsis survivor Tom Ray wants better awareness and faster diagnosis of the potentially deadly disease.
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Family court judge will not reopen FGM case

The ex-partner of a woman convicted of FGM asked for his family court case ruling to be reviewed.
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Huawei: ARM memo tells staff to stop working with China’s tech giant

Chinese company dealt "insurmountable" blow as chip designer says it must comply with US trade ban.
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Trapped man died while waiting for ambulance

Michael Green called 999 twice after his neck got wedged between a chair and table, relatives say.
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Derry pipe bomb: Young boy picks up device after blast

Those responsible for placing the explosive in Londonderry were "completely reckless", say police.
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Monmouth MP David Davies called a liar amid rise in threats

David Davies, who wears a body camera, is called a liar and a traitor while giving an interview.
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Politicians and the perils of projectiles

Cats, shoes, eggs and milkshakes - why people throw things at politicians.
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European elections: First-time voters have their say

Meet the 18-year-olds voting for the first time in the European Parliament elections.
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Hunt v Lauda: One of F1’s greatest rivalries

Their battles on the track defined motor racing in the 1970s, and were immortalised in the film Rush.
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Club Together: The Middlesbrough team bringing refugees together

The men who play for the Middlesbrough club say it helps give them a sense of belonging.
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'People should love who they want to'

Inside a school where the "No Outsiders" diversity programme is taught.
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We Are Middlesbrough: Pregnant teenagers tell their story

Robyn and Megan say falling pregnant as teenagers changed their lives for the better.
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BBC Politics Live

Live coverage of the day's politics from Westminster.
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Why are post boxes being painted blue?

Blue boxes have appeared in Southampton, Nottingham and Taunton, all venues in the Cricket World Cup
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Cardiff woman's purse contents returned after 10 years

A Tesco clubcard and national insurance card were among those posted to Becca Milsom.
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Newspaper headlines: May's final gamble and Jamie's 'kitchen nightmare'

Has the PM's "final desperate attempt" to find a parliamentary majority already backfired?
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