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Archives for May 16, 2023

Taste of Cayman 2023– Celebration & Winners

Taste of Cayman 2023– Celebration of Culinary Talent & Contest Winners 6 May 2023, Grand Cayman: Almost 5,000 people filled the Festival Green this past Saturday for a front-row seat to the island’s highly-anticipated return of Taste of Cayman Presented by Visit Cayman Islands. This year’s event was a celebration of Cayman’s culinary scene, culture […]

10 fast-start tips to help job seekers launch a career, get moticed and achieve early success

New London, NH, April 25, 2023 — Recent college graduates preparing to enter the workforce as well as anyone returning to work following military service, child-rearing or a pandemic-related furlough will find an abundance of wisdom in Fast-Starting a Career of Consequence: Practical Christ-Centered Advice for Entering or Re-entering the Workforce, the new book from former […]

No Megalodons were harmed in the making of this movie

Steve Allen West Palm Beach, FL, May 4, 2023 —Steve Alten’s preoccupation with prehistoric sea creatures opened up an underwater world of creative possibilities for the New York Times bestselling author, spawning his legendary MEG series and the 2018 blockbuster movie, THE MEG. And now, fans of frightening shark tales have another reason to celebrate: the […]

Unexpected Insights for Modern Parents: Children can be far more helpful and capable than we allow them to be

Brooklyn, NY, May 3, 2023 — Cornelius N. Grove, an authority on children’s learning across cultures, recently studied child-raising practices in five traditional (pre-modern) societies. What he learned transformed his ideas about both children and parenting. “What astonished me about parents in traditional societies is how uninvolved they are with their children,” he said, adding, […]

 Siri Lindley: Most Americans oppose killing horses for food—Here’s how to end this brutal practice

Tens of thousands of American horses are slaughtered every year due to a loophole in federal policy. By Siri Lindley Author Bio: Siri Lindley is a co-founder of Horses In Our Hands, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the slaughter of America’s horses. Lindley is also a world-champion triathlete, coach, author, and keynote speaker. Source: Independent Media Institute Credit […]

The Montserrat Conference and UWI Open Campus Montserrat to Co-host Human Capital Forum

Montserrat. May 8th, 2023 – On Saturday, May 20th, 2023, The Montserrat Conference, in collaboration with the University of the West Indies Open Campus Montserrat, will present “Human Capital in the Montserrat Context: Concerns, Challenges, Solutions”, a forum examining the human resources environment in Montserrat, as part of the Let All Ideas Contend series. Montserrat is one of six British Overseas […]

Cayman Department of Agriculture reminds the community of legal obligations to care for animals

The Cayman Islands Department of Agriculture is reminding the public of the role played by Animal Welfare and Control Officers concerning the protection and welfare of animals, and what the process is for the community to seek their assistance.  Animal Welfare Officers have a wide range of powers under the Animals Law (2015 Revision), Part […]

Cayman – UPDATE: Third Man now Formally Charged with Murder and Wounding with Intent

From RCIPS Update: 14 May Following his arrest on Thursday 12 May, a 28-year-old-man of George Town has now been formally charged with Murder and Wounding with Intent. He is expected to appear in court on Tuesday 16 May. Anyone with information pertaining to this incident that took place just after 2AM on Friday 5 […]

Cayman: George Town man formally charged with Six Offences in relation to firearm related incident

From RCIPS Update: 14 May A 30-year-old-man of George Town who was arrested on Friday 12 May in relation to firearm offence as well as several other traffic related offenses has since been formally charged by the police with six offences: Possession of an Unlicensed Firearm Possession of an Unlicensed Firearm (Ammunition) Causing Fear or […]

Cayman: Police Investigate Armed Robbery in Red Bay

From RCIPS At about 11:50PM on Saturday, 13 May, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched officers to a report of an armed robbery at a food truck on Selkirk Drive. A masked man dressed in all black approached the truck, brandished a firearm, and demanded cash from the register. He then fled west on foot with […]