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Friday, August 18 2017 @ 02:52 AM AST

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Cayman Islands Govt consults Caymanians on immigration

The first stage will be an online consultation, State media reported yesterday.

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Cayman Islands merchandise imports dipped 2% in Q1 2017

From the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce:

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Chinese embassy worker kidnapped, rescued in Trinidad & Tobago

The following is the media release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service minutes ago.

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What fish do people catch most in Trinidad & Tobago?

SOURCE: Excerpts from the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) State of the Marine Environment report 2016

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Where to sea bathe in Trinidad and Tobago

SOURCE: Excerpts from the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) State of the Marine Environment report 2016

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The bug from Sangre Grande that made it to Harvard

A tiny insect found in Valencia, a small village in the Sangre Grande area in east Trinidad, about 28 years ago has made it into the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University, in the USA.

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Aruba economy forecast to grow on refinery renovations

ARUBA HOLDS INTEREST RATES STABLE

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Trinidad & Tobago's largest restaurant operator's profits fell by 31% in first half of 2017



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Digicel Play raises prices by about 5%

Digicel announced to customers that it will be raising prices on its fixed line telephone, broadband internet and cable television services by about 5 per cent across the board in an emailed customer advisory July 10.

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Barbados conglomerate stayed profitable despite T&T forex squeeze