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Today's Date: 30 January 2015
Last Updated: 30 January 2015 04:43:35 EST
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Fire burns 200 acres in Salina Reserve
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More than 200 acres in the Salina Reserve burned over two days.
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Put succinctly, Cuba is a land of promise, and of peril.
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A 22-year-old West Bay man, Justin Manderson, was arrested Thursday morning in connection with the murder of Victor Oliver Yates.
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Hammerheads, manta rays, a sperm whale and even an 18-foot whale shark – the past few weeks has seen some amazing wildlife sightings around the Cayman Islands.
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Five Florida hospitals are suing CINICO for unpaid medical bills, following two similar suits late last year.
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Red Cross honors its volunteers
The Cayman Islands Red Cross has given a big thank you to its volunteers.
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'Spider' aiming to climb back
Anderson “Spider” Silva makes a highly anticipated return to the Octagon this weekend with mixed martial arts fans wondering if he can recapture the form that made him the sport’s greatest ever exponent.
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Cayman Life
Primary students win regional storybook competition
Ellie Nickason, 10, Diamond White, 9 and Zara Garafolo, 9, were 10 chosen from students throughout the Caribbean in Rotary’s regional 7020 Butterfly Storybook competition.  
A conversation with ... Dale Crighton
Dale Crighton has been appointed to statutory boards over the years by both the United Democratic Party and People’s Progressive Movement administrations. 
Sleep-tracking apps: How well do you sleep after a night out?
Dozens of apps in Apple and Google’s app stores promise to help you sleep better by giving you meditation tips or even playing soothing white noise.  
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The father of a 22-year-old man who was shot dead outside a West Bay restaurant claims he knows who killed his son.
EDITORIAL: The hundreds of people in the Cayman Islands who have been waiting, many for more than a year, for decisions on their permanent residence applications must be starting to feel a bit like Alice at the Mad Tea Party — confused, annoyed and famished for resolution.
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