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Warren jumps into GTW fight

Warren jumps into GTW fight

| 17/03/2017
(CNS Elections): Dennie Warren, a long-time political activist and more recently an outspoken advocate for medical cannabis, has made a decision to run for office. Warren, who was instrumental in persuading the government to take a leap of faith and legalise the use of cannabis oil as a medicine wh [...]

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Stolen Honda found abandoned in West Bay

Stolen Honda found abandoned in West Bay

| 17/03/2017 | 8 Comments
(CNS) UPDATED MONDAY: The police have now found a red Honda Civic which had was stolen from outside the Ritz Carlton Hotel last week. It was located off Dill Lane near the cricket pitch in West Bay on Friday. The police found the car after receiving information from a member of the public about a [...]

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Mac defends party system

Mac defends party system

| 17/03/2017 | 38 Comments
(CNS): As the Legislative Assembly resumed on Friday, Opposition Leader McKeeva Bush came to the defence of the party system in the face of growing criticism and allegations that political parties are behind all of Cayman’s ills. The Cayman Democratic Party leader issued a stark warning about the [...]

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Scammers pose as financial cops in latest email scam

Scammers pose as financial cops in latest email scam

| 17/03/2017 | 15 Comments
(CNS): The RCIPS is warning the public that an email purporting to be from the RCIPS Financial Crime Unit circulating Friday morning is a scam. The police warned anyone who has received the email that this is not legitimate, and the link in the email should not be clicked on. They said that originat [...]

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Health City completes 300 tests in time for World Sleep Day

Health City completes 300 tests in time for World Sleep Day

| 17/03/2017 | 2 Comments
(CNS): As part of its research into sleep disorders and understanding the health benefits of sleep, doctors at Health City Cayman Islands have now completed 300 sleep analysis studies and they will be marking World Health Day today with several events. Dr Archita Joshi-Bhatt, Consultant in Pulmonolo [...]

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HIV false negative tests are ‘isolated cases’

HIV false negative tests are ‘isolated cases’

| 17/03/2017 | 6 Comments
(CNS): Senior management at the Health Services Authority has restated that three false negative HIV tests conducted by private labs were isolated cases and claimed that health standards remain high in Cayman at both the public and private facilities. “These are isolated cases and by no means unde [...]

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