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Cayman’s current beauty queen, Tonie Chisholm has received a warning letter from the Miss Cayman Islands (MCI) pageant committee.

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All Western Union outlets in the Cayman Islands have been closed, after a decision by the board of Fidelity Bank and Trust Limited to no longer offer the money transfer service.

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CAF Executive President, L. Enrique Garcia (left), Finance Minister, Christopher Sinckler (right) and Prime Minister, Freundel Stuart (centre) are all smiles after signing agreements for policy and technical cooperation today at Government Headquarters. (C.Pitt/BGIS)

An additional financing option to assist Barbados in its development was created today with the signing of agreements by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, Minister of Finance, Christopher Sinckler, and the Executive President of the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF), L. Enrique Garcia.

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The Deputy Executive Director (DED) of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA), Ms. Elizabeth Riley, hosted two secondary school students at the regional body’s Coordinating Unit (CU) on Wednesday, 15 July, 2015 as part of the Agency’s contribution to this year’s Mini Model United Nations (Mini MUN).

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PRESS STATEMENT FROM THE NATIONAL CULTURAL FOUNDATION

This morning, Saturday, July 18, the National Cultural Foundation was officially advised by the management for Omar Sobers, stage name Gorg,

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A Fifa official detained in a raid in Switzerland has been extradited to the US, Swiss authorities say. The unnamed man was one of seven football officials held on corruption charges in Switzerland on 27 May.

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Several of the CDEMA Participating States were shaken yesterday by a burst of earthquakes north-east of Barbados. 

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