"Famous Caymans coral reefs dying, scientists say
Mon May 7, 2007 1:47AM EDT
PhotoBy Shurna Robbins
GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (Reuters) - To coral reef-driven tourism
industries like those of the Cayman Islands, there could be a greater
cost in ignoring climate change...
"Caymans crack down on Cuban migrants
Cuban boat people who get stranded in the Caymans face detention -- or being sent back.
BY SHURNA ROBBINS, Special to The Miami Herald
Francisco Reyes Benitez, right, has become the Cuban detainees' unofficial representative to the...
"#1 Future of Internet Debate Ignored by Media
Buzzflash.com, July 18, 2005
Title: “Web of Deceit: How Internet Freedom Got the Federal Ax, and Why Corporate News Censored the Story”
Author: Elliot D. Cohen, Ph.D.
Student Researchers: Lauren Powell, Brett...
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""I just wouldn't get that close as a rule, unless they're used to seeing divers like the ones in Stingray City in the Cayman Islands," a tourist destination with a trained staff, said Borek, a Medway resident. Fishermen used to go to the area to clean their catch, which...
"Mr Broadbelt said that the local stingrays are not aggressive and it is safe to interact with them on Island.
"As operators, we allow the stingrays to come to us, therefore the stingrays are not threatened and not aggressive," he said."
" Tropical Storm Debby, Aug. 25, 2006 U.S. weather forecasters say Tropical Storm Debby has weakened over the Atlantic, while a tropical depression in the Caribbean Sea looks set to strengthen into a tropical storm. The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Debby is about...