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Heavy rainfall brings more mosquitoes

A recent spike in activity is the result of heavy rains in late September and early October, pushing mosquito populations higher. Only halfway through the month, total figures for trapped mosquitoes are already 8 percent higher than last October.

Court views video in police assault case

A man accused of assaulting a police inspector at a traffic stop Dec. 10 last year appeared in court Tuesday, where the defendant’s lawyer suggested the incident occurred because the police officer had lost his temper and acted inappropriately.

It’s 10 pm in Cayman. Do you know where your dinner is?

It’s 10 p.m. on a weeknight in Grand Cayman. Do you know where your dinner is?

Robbery victim says he was hit by bullet

A robbery victim says contrary to initial police reports about a Wednesday night armed holdup at Grand Harbour, there was a gunshot and he was hit.

STEM conference benefits from partnership with US university

Cayman students will have greater opportunities in STEM fields going forward, said Roy Bodden, speaking at this week’s conference on science, technology, engineering and math at the University College of the Cayman Islands.
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Student investors chasing $2,500 prize

If you pay attention, Brian Williams told a group of high school students last Thursday, the stock market can be part of your everyday life.

Queen’s essay winners named

It’s been several months since Megha Cherayath, 10, wrote her piece for the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, long enough that when she was announced as a gold certificate winner on Tuesday, she had a hard time recalling what she’d written.
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