Mark Robson, CFRU
On Match Day 2 of the KRyS Global National Mixed Touch Championships 2013 teams had a chance to either build on the successes of Match Day 1 or try to put right some wrongs and get their first points on the board. Two teams who suffered defeats last week met head-to-head as Walkers [...]
Mark Robson, CFRU
Target: Human rights activists, Law Society of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Police Chief, Sadc Lawyers Association, Southern African Litigation Center
Sponsored by: Nick Muganhu
Just a few hours after the referendum vote to usher a new constitution in Zimbabwe, top human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa was arrested by the partisan Zimbabwean police. Her crime was trying to defend her [...]
At the Thursday (21) Government Press Briefing it was revealed that Dart Realty will widen the Esterley Tibbetts Highway (ETH) through to the Butterfield roundabout in George Town as part of the existing National Roads Authority (NRA) agreement.
Caymanâ€™s Health Minister, Hon. Mark Scotland, said negotiations with Dart were ongoing and final details were being â€śfine [...]
The 2013 round of annual surveys that measure economic activity in the Cayman Islands begins on Monday, 25 March 2013.
Economics and Statistics Office (ESO) officials explained that the confidential surveys are important for ascertaining the economic status of the Islands. The surveys are based on international standards to ensure that there are no biases when [...]
BBC Weekend March 23/24
Snow, sleet and rain have disrupted transport and power supplies as wintry weather continues in much of the UK.
A number of roads and airports have closed, with many of the weekend’s sporting fixtures affected too.
A Met Office warning for snow covers Northern Ireland, much of England, northern Wales and south-west Scotland.
Motorists were [...]
All candidates to be nominated next Wednesday (27) can receive challenges from the Returning Officers as these officers have to ensure all candidates so nominated are qualified to run for office. This is to prevent any questions being raised as to the eligibility of the candidates who make it onto the ballot paper.
Eligibility requirements include [...]
The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce and Shirlaws Cayman recently celebrated the culmination of their Inaugural Business Coaching Cayman initiative with thirteen members successfully completing the programme. A graduation lunch was held for the participants at the Grand Old House on Friday, March 8, 2013.
Tom McCallum, Business Coach at Shirlaws Cayman welcomed the group and [...]
Baraud recently came on board as a sponsor of the Chamber of Commerceâ€™ Leadership Cayman (LC) programme. This sponsorship was specifically geared towards the Education & Workforce Development seminar which is one of the eleven sessions offered during the six-month programme.
â€śBaraud is proud to sponsor the Leadership Cayman Programme through the Chamber of Commerce. Effective [...]
“I WILL RUN”
Attorney at Law Charles â€śChuckieâ€ť Clifford who is the former Minister of Tourism, Environment, Investment and Commerce and former 2nd Elected Member for the Electoral District of Bodden Town has announced that he will again be contesting a seat in Bodden Town in the upcoming election as an independent candidate.
In announcing his candidacy [...]