November 22, 2014

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Cayman Islands Marine police announce dedicated vessel and team for Sister Islands

TyphoonOn Saturday 1st of November 2014, law enforcement agencies in the Sister Islands received a boost to their ability to deter criminal activity and improve safety and security through the extended presence of the Joint Marine Unit (JMU). From its base of operations in Cayman Brac, the unit’s primary purpose is to provide search and rescue, maritime security and border protection operations specifically for the sister Islands.

The Joint Marine Unit (Cayman Brac) detachment, or JMU-CYB as it has been designated, consists of one dedicated patrol vessel and a team of officers from the Immigration Department, HM Customs & Excise, the RCIPS and Department of Environment.

“We are aware that with limited maritime patrols the likelihood of drugs, guns and illegal persons being introduced into our community increases and the JMU-CYB detachment is an important part of our response to mitigate these risks and threats,” stated Insp. Ian Yearwood, commander of the JMU. “The particular vessel selected for this deployment is equipped to allow us to successfully operate in various scenarios, while ensuring both the safety of its operators and other persons who may be onboard.

The vessel which is called “Typhoon” can be launched from multiple locations on the Island and can operate within the confines of the reef, on open water at extended ranges, as well as in adverse conditions.

“The presence of the Joint Marine Unit will greatly enhance the border protection and search and rescue capabilities in the Sister Islands,” said Deputy Premier and Sister Islands representative Hon. Moses Kirkconnell. “The Joint Marine Unit will also provide invaluable assistance to the tourism sector which attracts numerous visitors, particularly divers, to our shores each year. Should an unfortunate incident arise at sea, having a professional unit available in the local area that can quickly and efficiently respond, makes a significant difference when timing is a factor. I commend the collaboration of officers from all of the respective law enforcement agencies and look forward to working with them for the benefit of our Sister Islands residents and visitors.”

Detective Superintendent Robert Scotland, and officer responsible for the Specialist Operations portfolio in which the JMU resides, stated that he was pleased to see a JMU presence in the Sister Islands. “I am confident that we will see positive results from having a presence there. One of the immediate benefits we have already seen is the improved working relationship between the officers from the Police, Customs, Immigration and Department of Environment who form the core JMU-CYB team. There is a lot of synergy here and the team is coming together very nicely.”

The RCIPS wishes to thank the Ministries of District Administration and Home Affairs, District Commissioner Ernie Scott and his team and all of the other persons who worked behind the scenes to establish the unit and make this project a reality.

IMAGE: (supplied) Typhoon


Developers for multi-million town centre/golf course in Cayman Islands announce confirmation of East-West Arterial Financing

road-image1GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman, 14 November 2014:

East-West Arterial Financing Confirmed. Ironwood Mobilises

Ironwood developers announce the appointment of a contracting partner and confirmed that financing is in place for the public-private-partnership with the Cayman Islands Government for the US$60 million, 10-mile East-West Arterial.

Joe Beaird, Chief Operating Officer of GLF, visited Grand Cayman this week to finalize construction contracts which will enable the start of the road construction as early as December 2014. Mr. Beaird, together with the Ironwood developers, met with Government Officials and visited the road site.

Ironwood spokesperson Denise Gower said, “Ironwood Development Group shares the optimism the Premier has recently expressed that this public-private-partnership will be completed before the end of the year and looks forward to the completion of this infrastructure project that will literally pave the way for the future of the Cayman Islands”.

Ironwood Retail Street(1)GLF Construction Corporation’s excellent business pedigree and track record led to their appointment as the managing contractor for the road construction. They have a proven track record of successfully undertaking large international engineering and construction projects in both the private and government sectors, together with vast experience in the port construction arena. Their financial stability, bond ability and international experience enables them to oversee this venture where they will be employing local contractors to carry out the construction works.

GLF, a subsidiary of Grandi Lavori Fincosit SPA in Rome, Italy, regularly undertakes projects around the world, including US, Canada, Central America and the Caribbean. Most recently, GLF led the design and construction of new port facilities at New Port and Galeota in Trinidad, the construction of major roadways in southern Florida and the North Wharf of public facilities of the Port of Port–au-Prince, Haiti.

CTL Capital, LLC, a New York based finance provider, will provide the construction and permanent financing to Ironwood subsequent to the execution of the Licensing Agreement by the Cayman Islands Government.

Since its formation in 1998, CTL has completed over US$16 billion of financing for properties and projects across the United States, UK, Guam, Puerto Rico, Switzerland and Australia. CTL is currently involved in projects in Tobago, Belize and the US Virgin Islands.

For more information on Ironwood, visit our website at Ironwood is a US$360 million Town Centre, Arnold Palmer Championship Golf Course, residential and commercial center slated for development in the Eastern Districts.


O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. announces the expansion of the OTOW Network In Latin America and the Caribbean

logoWith the pending closing of the acquisition of Technologies Argus First de Mexico O2 Secure Wireless takes the next step in global telecom tapping into a $201 Billion Market

ST AUGUSTINE, Fla., Nov. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. (otc pink:OTOW), is pleased to announce its immediate plans to expand the OTOW Network in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). With the acquisition of Technologies Argus First de Mexico, O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. puts its footprint in the fastest growing telecommunications region. With Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) being a region that includes some of the world’s most important emerging markets, 2014 telecom service spending is forecasted to end the year at $201 billion.

“This is a step we have been working on for the last three years and it seems all of the cards are finally in place to expand in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our Latin America partners B&G Logistics S.A de C.V. and BHTV will provide set top boxes and delivery of HD content. I know the shareholders have been very patient with us as we grow this company and have made many acquisitions, acquired telecommunications licenses in various countries and have entered into various partnerships to strategically place this company where it is now. Looking at how long it took Metro PCS Communications to get off the ground, being formed in 1994 and the steps they took to make it a success they were ultimately taken over by T-Mobile US in 2013. This is a company that I have been molding our company after and look to far exceed their success. I feel we are on a fast track to follow their footsteps,” said the CEO of O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. Val Kazia.

Like the rest of the world, LAC is turning increasingly towards mobile solutions and away from the traditional telephone. In fact, the region is well ahead of the world average, having reached an estimated 115% mobile penetration at end-2013 against a global rate of around 96%. The mobile penetration rate of LAC is projected to reach 126 percent in 2015 and the number of mobile connections is projected to amount to 781 million in 2015 (re; Statistica). By the end of 2014, there will be almost 1 billion Internet users coming from LAC, and that the number of telecommunications and mobile-broadband subscriptions will reach 2.3 billion globally. Fifty-five per cent of these subscriptions are expected to be in the developing world and LAC. This corresponds to an Internet-user penetration of 40% globally, 78% in developed countries with over 50% of this in LAC and 32% in developing countries. More than 90% of the people who are not yet using the Internet are from the developing world. In the Americas, close to two out of three people will be using the Internet by end 2014, the second highest penetration rate after Europe. (2014 ICT statistics).

About O2 Secure Wireless Inc.

O2 Secure Wireless is a Company that is currently developing numerous wireless tower facilities in the U.S. The Company is also instrumental in the development of wireless broadband communication services domestically and in Latin America and the Caribbean. Under a merger with Earthcom Service Inc., the Company is currently being structured to provide affordable flat rate pre-paid wireless services in developing countries internationally and expanding into Latin America and the Caribbean with the acquisition of Technologies Argus First de Mexico

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Missing Juvenile Roseanna Redden – UPDATE: Returned safely

From RCIPS Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 9:15 AM

UPDATE: Miss Roseanna Redden turned herself in to the Bodden Town Police Station yesterday and was returned safely to the Francis Bodden Girls Home.
From RCIPS Sun, Nov 16, 2014 at 10:50 AM

Missing Juvenile Roseanna Redden

Efforts are currently underway to locate Roseanna Redden of the Francis Bodden Girls Home.

She was last seen at the Pirates Week Teen dance in Georgetown on Saturday 15th November 2014 around 10 pm.

Ms. Redden who is 13 years old was last seen wearing a pink top, long blue jeans, a pony tail hair style and Gold earrings.

She is about 5’ 7” – 5’ 8” in height, slim built with a dark complexion.

Anyone with information regarding the location of Roseanna Redden  is urged to contact the Bodden Town Police Station at 9472220

World Health Organization mistakenly forwards email to BuzzFeed saying ‘BuzzFeed is banned’

WHO-DirBy Brian Ries From Mashable

BuzzFeed, it seems, is on the World Health Organization’s blacklist.

The New York news organization found out the hard way on Wednesday when a WHO staffer mistakenly included a BuzzFeed reporter on an internal email.

The reporter, Tasneem Nashrulla, sent an email on Tuesday to WHO Communications Officer Laura Bellinger asking why she hadn’t been added to the health organization’s Ebola situation report distribution list.

The self-described “journalism lover, media friend” forwarded the reporter’s email to her colleagues, adding, “Fyi — I did not respond.”

In a second e-mail, the WHO staffer writes, “My understanding is that BuzzFeed is banned.”

An hour later, a second WHO communications staffer jumps in to the thread to tell the BuzzFeed reporter — still cc’d on the emails — why her media organization is blacklisted from covering Ebola.

Explaining that Bellinger is “new to the team,” WHO’s Tarik Jasarevic says the problem is not with BuzzFeed, per se, but its reporter, Jina Moore, “who on two occasions reported inaccurately.”

Moore is BuzzFeed’s Nairobi-based global women’s rights reporter who’s reported extensively on the virus’s deadly grip on the African continent.

“[Moore] has done some of the most incredible reporting on Ebola, the fact that WHO doesn’t like it is no reason not to talk to us,” BuzzFeed editor Miriam Elder said on Twitter, defending the reporter. “You’d think that getting the word out about Ebola would be a priority for the WHO press office,” she added.

BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith added on Twitter: “When you’re trying to secretly blacklist a great reporter, maybe don’t cc her colleague by accident.”

Reached over e-mail on Friday, Nov. 14, Christy Feig, Director of Communications at the WHO told Mashable that while BuzzFeed, the organization, is not banned, the WHO does temporarily blacklist media outlets that break the health organization’s embargoes.

“The only time an organization gets banned from receiving our information is if they break an embargo,” she says. “Then they are dropped from the list for three months. But BuzzFeed has never broken an embargo, so if they signed up for our distribution list (the reporter signs up then they are automatically in) they should be receiving our information.” She followed that up with a screenshot showing the names of seven BuzzFeed journalists who are on the WHO’s list — including Moore, who was added on August 6th. Feig did not respond to a question seeking clarification about her colleague’s statement that Moore was blacklisted.

BuzzFeed’s Smith, reached over email, simply stated: “I think we’ve said our piece.”

There have been more than 14,000 reported cases of Ebola, with 5,160 reported deaths, according to WHO’s latest situational report, issued Nov. 12.

IMAGE:World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Margaret Chan delivers a speech regarding the ebola virus which has caused the death of more than 2400 people so far in West Africa during a conference in Geneva, Switzerland, on September 12, 2014.IMAGE: FATIH EREL/ANADOLU AGENCY/GETTY IMAGES

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Robbery at Liquor 4 Less- Savannah Plaza 8:55pm Friday (14)

From RCIPS Sat, Nov 15, 2014 at 1:43 PM

On Friday 14 November around 8:55 pm, 911 received a report of a robbery at the Liquor 4 Less store Savannah Plaza branch.

Four masked men entered the premises, one was armed with a shotgun and another brandished a handgun while a third culprit guarded the door with an iron pipe. A quantity of cash and cigarettes were stolen.

No shots were discharged nor were there any injuries reported.

Four men are now in police custody assisting with the Investigation.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to contact the Bodden Town CID at 9472220

Hannah’s Confession returning for last hurrah

From Cayman Islands Performing Arts Council

Back by popular demand


Harquail Theatre

Sunday, November 16th, 2014 – 4:00PM

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 – 7:00PM


Parental discretion is advised.

Children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.


Rita Estevanovich, Michael Mclaughlin, Herbie Martin, Kalie Broderick, Sharlene Brown, Diana Webb, Michael Webb, Karinya Linford, Ansel Tempral Juliet Garricks, Thorr Scott, Susan Ebanks, Torrie Lewis, Tamiyah Ebanks, Deija Myles, Sherika McPherson, Keanna Kelly, Alwin Buttrum, Aisha Stanuel-Taitte, Britaney Thompson, Priscilla Pouchie, Lesleyann Bernard, Bianca Tibbetts, Dawn Largie, Lemonie Smith, Ore Mcfield & Ariana Gilbert

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The Editor Speaks: How many more Editorials must I write before paraquat is banned here?

Colin WilsonwebPlease see our story posted under iNews Briefs today “Cayman Islands dog owner loses his pet due to paraquat poisoning”.

This is another case of Cayman Islands pets being killed in the most agonizing way known from the pesticide paraquat.

Even though Paraquat has been banned in many countries, including all belonging to the European Union and now even China, it has not been banned here despite many, many requests and petitions.

I can only ask again why? It doesn’t make sense.

In the United States it is classified as “restricted commercial use,” and people must obtain a license to use the product. It is, however, banned from home use.

There is more cost efficient and less dangerous alternatives readily available on the market said the Malaysian government when they banned the pesticide.

The largest manufacturer of paraquat is Syngenta and the chemical is even very dangerous to anybody who uses it. There is no antidote to paraquat poisoning and is one of the largest products used by humans to commit suicide, even though the death is agonizing.

Even breathing in paraquat may cause lung damage and can lead to a disease called paraquat lung. Paraquat causes damage to the body when it touches the lining of the mouth, stomach, or intestines. You can get sick if Paraquat touches a cut on your skin. Paraquat may also damage the kidneys, liver, and esophagus.

If paraquat is swallowed, death can rapidly occur. Death may occur from a hole in the esophagus, or from acute inflammation of the mediastinum, the area that surrounds the major blood vessels and airways in the middle of the chest.

Chronic exposure to paraquat may cause pulmonary fibrosis, a stiffening of the lung tissue.

With annual sales of US$ 430 million (seven percent of total turnover), paraquat, marketed by Syngenta under the brand name Gramoxone, is the most successful product of the Swiss company. With reference to the international NGO-campaign for a worldwide ban of paraquat, Syngenta told analysts of the Deutsche Bank that “it seems unlikely the product will be forced out of the market by regulators”.

The company seems to know something I don’t.

Even the executive director of the Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Development until September 1, 2002, in a letter to Berne Declaration he said he “shared the concern about the safe handling of paraquat under small farming conditions in developing countries” after Syngenta’s CEO Michael Pragnell affirmed the product’s safety and stressed its importance, e.g. for Chinese subsistence farmer.

Since that statement China banned the product in 2012 after it was learned local farmers were mysteriously falling ill and dying.

Today, paraquat is banned in over 30 countries due to its severe impacts on human health. This latest ban comes after years of hard work by PAN China (PEAC), and is particularly significant because China is the world’s largest manufacturer of the chemical, producing more than 100,000 tons of parquat per year. As PAN China’s Sun Jing says, this is a significant win for “the health and life of millions of people in China.”

How many more animals have to die from paraquat? The most horrifying fact about that is most of the pet deaths from paraquat are deliberate.

When a child dies from paraquat poisoning it will unfortunately be only then when action is taken.

Cayman acted quickly to the ridiculous ban from plane passengers from Ebola hit countries when our visiting aircraft are mainly from USA, Canada and UK. We have cruise ships visiting the majority of the days.

We had meat banned from the UK because of Foot and Mouth disease there.

Folks. Paraquat is a bigger danger than any of those and it is here on our doorstep and totally uncontrolled.

Wake up!! BAN PARAQUAT!!!

How many more Editorials must I write on this subject? Any bets? Oh, of course, betting is banned here!

SOURCES: MedlinePlus, Bernedeclaration, PAN-Pesticide Action Network



2014 CAC Games roster announced for Trinidad and Tobago

Bovell_George-Bovell-CW-MI-George-Bovell-TB1_0308-1From Swim Swam

November 7, 2014 – The official roster of athletes representing Trinidad and Tobago (TT) at the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC) has just been released. Among the 200 athletes selected, seven swimmers will be representing TT in Veracruz, Mexico in the competition slated for mid-November: George Bovell, David McLeod, Dylan Carter, Kristin Julien, Abraham McLeod, Dominic McLeod, and Napoleon Howard.

Dylan Carter, currently on the roster of University of Southern California, has made a name for himself in several international competitions, including the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympics. Carter brought home some hardware from those Youth Olympics in the form of a bronze medal for the 50m freestyle and silver for his performance in the 50m butterfly. Carter most recently had a solid performance at the Peter Daland Invitational on October 24th, clocking a 44.78 in 100y freestyle. At the CAC Games, Carter will engage in a packed racing schedule, which includes the 50m, 100m, 200m, and 400m freestyles, as well as the 50m and 100m butterfly events.

George Bovell, a name synonymous with Trinidadian swimming, will be competing in his second CAC Games, having already won gold (50m freestyle) and two silver medals (50m backstroke; 400 freestyle relay) at the 2010 meet. Bovell once again qualified to swim the 50m backstroke and 50m freestyle events at this year’s competition, although not exactly under the same circumstances. Coming off of a hectic Short Course World Cup schedule, as well as just now recovering from a bout of pneumonia, Bovell is using this meet as preparation for the SC World Championships in Doha, Qatar scheduled for December 3-7 of this year.

When asked about his outlook on the CAC Games, Bovell said, “One of the best aspects of these games is that they encompass all of the Olympic sports. This always creates a fun, exciting atmosphere and a positive team environment.” He further explained, “It’s fun to represent your country alongside your friends from other sporting disciplines. It’s like a ‘mini-Olympics’ in many ways.”

Bovell also has some exciting things happening outside of the pool as of late, with the George Bovell National Aquatic Center scheduled to open in May 2015. The facility will serve as a modern, state-of-the-art training and competition center for swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, and water polo. “This [center] will no doubt have a profoundly positive impact on the sport locally, as the dearth of facilities has always been such a challenge for us.”, says Bovell. As a true visionary, Bovell adds, “We intend to host international swim meets, training camps, and offer the center to be used as a staging camp for teams as they prepare for Rio.”

The 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games are taking place in Veracruz, Mexico, over the course of November 14th – November 30th.

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Dynamic Financial TV Channel launched in Cayman Enterprise City

The created by visionary team; prominent hedge fund manager at the helm.

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (November 13th, 2014) – Real Vision Television, a media startup set up in Cayman Enterprise City, has experienced tremendous success since the company launched its financial video service in early September. Real Vision TV is an on-demand, subscriber-based channel that offers a library of exclusive content on economics and investing. On the first day of streaming, subscriber expectations were massively exceeded and continue to grow exponentially, so the company is now expanding facilities in Cayman’s special economic zone. The innovative minds behind the startup expected to tap into a hunger among general investors for more information and insights, but they are pleasantly surprised by the huge response.

“We are doing phenomenally well! The feedback is astonishing – people just love it!” says founder Raoul Pal, a former global macro fund manager who has partnered with 3 others to launch Real Vision TV.

Frustrated with traditional financial channels that Pal says don’t offer enough value to viewers, the partners decided to do it themselves. He teamed up with English advertising executive Damian Horner; Grant Williams, the author of the newsletter Things That Make You Go

Hmmm; and his design colleague Remi Tétot. Their mission is to give general investors direct access to independent financial information.

“We want to open a dialogue with honesty and directness that seems to be missing from traditional financial channels because at the end of the day current financial content is funded by advertisers,” says Damian Horner.

“There is currently a narrow vision of finance and economics – the answers lie outside this narrow vision – we are trying to get a broader case across for ‘truth finance,’’ says Pal. “We are giving people this information and content to digest on their own and make their own decisions. Real Vision gives them more access and technology has made it possible.”

With team members based in Spain, Singapore, England, Cayman, and with extensive travel schedules, they brainstormed and developed ideas through group Skype sessions, keeping an eye on viewer trends, social media and technology. They decided on video-on-demand and designed an appealing, high-end video platform based on what they would like to use, with access to a library of quality useful content.

“We’ve consistently been driven by looking at big picture stuff – honesty and truth,” says Damian Horner. “We asked ourselves ‘why not put real financial insight out there unfiltered, uncensored, with no corporate sponsors?’”

Using their own contacts in the financial centres of the world to land hard-to-get interviews, Pal and the team are meeting with economists, hedge fund managers, research analysts, traders, newsletter writers, bitcoin specialists and more. Real Vision TV quickly found an audience and subscribers are responding to shows like Master Class with macro investor Mark Hart.

“Mark Hart is the most thoughtful macro investor I have ever met. He NEVER talks with the media… so this is a real treat,” posted a viewer named Worth.

“Real knowledge shared in an open and direct way. Wonderful interview, thanks!” wrote Paul.

“I loved the unfettered honesty,” added a viewer named Colin. “This is the kind of access I was hoping for when I bought into the RV idea. Thanks!”

“Keep it up Raoul and Grant – Real Vision is a winner,” wrote Andrew.

A viewer named Paul added: “You have delivered on the promise of quality.”

This response is exactly what Raoul Pal, Damian Horner and their partners were hoping for when they created the TV channel to give their viewers a “real vision” of finance and economics, both literally and figuratively.

“We believe our video player to be the best in the world,” says Pal. “Its easy to use and visually beautiful to look at because fundamentally this is the way people will discuss and share this information – this content – with others.”

Damian Horner says subscription members will be a part of the discussion and they have the opportunity to contribute ideas and submit content for the channel. “A 17 year old concerned about student loans is working on a show debating the value of a college education. He’s done the math and wants to know if it works.”

The Real Vision team is now reaching out to finance and economics college students because the service was developed with them in mind. Pal will speak to the student finance societies at Oxford and Cambridge this fall and he is considering offering a student economic prize.

“We are following the movement among student bodies putting pressure to learn more, and we want students to start learning about economics and finance,” says Pal. “We are getting involved because these students are our future bankers, investors and advisors.”

This focus on millennials and students is promising for young Caymanians who stand to benefit from simply having experts like Pal and company based in Cayman Enterprise City. After a worldwide search for the perfect place to build an island home, Raoul Pal has settled in the Cayman Islands and he plans to be involved with his new community. Real Vision TV, which has connected with new clients in the zone, is now moving into bigger offices and hiring new staff locally. Pal says they will also participate in CEC’s summer internship program.

“We are delighted that Real Vision TV’s success and expansion, including through hiring locally, has come so quickly.” stated Charlie Kirkconnell CEO of Cayman Enterprise City. “This company’s principals have taken advantage of the globally competitive special economic zone concessions to launch their start-up media company, in the Islands. In the process they have confirmed their perception of Cayman as an ideal base for their global business, while also making a significant contribution to the expansion of the local economic through their physical presence here. This company’s growth proves the model that so many of our clients follow, which is to test the waters by starting small initially and then expanding as and when appropriate” he added

About Cayman Enterprise City

Cayman Enterprise City is a Special Economic Zone in the Cayman Islands focused on knowledge- based industries, technology companies and specialized services businesses. With a dedicated Government Authority and guaranteed fast-track processes, International companies can

quickly and efficiently establish a genuine physical presence in Cayman. Businesses can take advantage of Cayman’s jurisdictional benefits which include zero corporate tax, zero income tax and zero capital gains tax, along with a raft of special zone concessions and incentives. These concessions were designed to attract international companies from five specific high-tech sectors; internet and technology, media and new-media ventures, biotechnology, commodities and derivatives, and academia.

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