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Archives for April 9, 2017

Cayman Islands Youth Services Unit’s Summer camp offerings: spaces limited

The Youth Services Unit is offering three competitively-priced camps for youth aged between 11 and 17 years old this summer. The Unit’s Acting Head, James Myles said, “Our camps aim to appeal to older children as so many specifically target younger children. Given the popularity of creative, interactive cookery shows, we’ve organised two camps which […]

Marketing in the technology age: Cayman Islands SME attendees learn about online marketing options

With the constant evolution of technology and with new advancements every day, it is unsurprising that businesses are moving away from traditional forms of marketing in favour of the World Wide Web & social media. New forms of marketing are not easily accessible to everyone, however, and it’s important that these companies and entrepreneurs get […]

Cayman Islands law firm Conyers welcomes new Corporate Associate

Conyers Dill & Pearman congratulates Ryan McConvey on his call to the bar of the Cayman Islands Law Society and his appointment as Associate in the corporate department of the Firm’s Cayman Islands office. Ryan joined Conyers in September 2015 as Articled Clerk, and passed four months of his Articleship in the Firm’s Hong Kong […]

The Editor Speaks: How right the Court of Appeal is

Often we can find fault with the decisions of the Court of Appeal Judges when they reduce and even throw out cases that we have agreed with the original verdicts. We have seen for ourselves the various witnesses that have appeared at the court and there is a big difference in actually hearing and seeing […]

Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce get the gloves on for the 2017 Earth Day Clean-up

The Chamber of Commerce is making the final preparations ahead of their 2017 Earth Day Clean-up on Saturday, April 22. This year they have partnered with Guy Harvey to design an exclusive t-shirt, which features a one-of-a-kind logo designed by Guy himself. “Earth Day is a vital community event that allows us to work alongside […]

Cayman Islands March Funerals

Berkley Lindo Kelly 1 Jun 1936 – 23 Feb 2017 Conrad Rutkowski – 5 Mar 2017 Kerney Phillips Ebanks – 13 Mar 2017 Amealo (Leroy) Walton – 15 Mar 2017 Spot Bay Kermit Conolly Stamp James – 16 Feb 2017 Dixie Melvin Welcome – 2 Mar 2017 Neptune (Ned) Sylvester 1 Feb 1930 – 7 […]

Leading internet service provider Logic partners with IMPACT17, Cayman Islands’ high-tech internet marketing conference

Logic’s lightning-speed internet is a perfect fit for IMPACT’s ‘Leadership in a Lightspeed Industry’ conference theme. George Town, Grand Cayman 7th April 2017 – Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) and the Internet Marketing Association (IMA) co-hosts of the IMPACT 17 Conference being held at the Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa from 26th – 28th of April, […]

Flow airs Library of Caribbean Focused Content

Caribbean viewers to access ‘CaribbeanTales’ on demand For the first time, Flow TV customers across the Caribbean will be able to see Caribbean themed content at their convenience via Flow’s on Demand platform. Through a partnership with CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution (CTWD), customers will be able to access a variety of Caribbean films, from an extensive […]

Worldwide: Fertile grounds for dispute

Article by Ray Davern and Alex Way Maples and Calder Rapidly changing concepts of the family and advances in reproductive technologies have, in recent years, presented well-publicised and much-discussed problems for legislators worldwide. These include questions of the status of children born other than as the biological issue of two married parents of the opposite […]

Cartoon of the Week

By Tony Zuvela, Cartoonist “It’s my own little World which I can escape to everyday and create a fun, weird, berserk Cartoon to whatever subject I like. I enjoy doing all the work myself, and all the aspects of Cartooning, and seeing my work out there and the reactions it gets.” http://www.berserkalert.com.au/shop.htm Buy this Cartoon’s […]