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Archives for August 10, 2017

New Cayman Islands Legal Aid Director appointed

A senior associate at a local law firm and a legal aid attorney since 2004, Ms Stacy Parke started work as the newly appointed Legal Aid Director at Judicial Administration on Monday, 7 August 2017. Currently housed in the second floor of Kirk House, Ms Parke will be responsible for developing, administering and managing the […]

Travel Agent Central Exclusive: Cayman Islands pursuing first all-inclusive resort

by Joe Pike From Travel Agent Central The Cayman Islands may be home to several outstanding beach resorts that offer all-inclusive packages, but the destination still lacks a true, fully all-inclusive resort. Rosa Harris, director of tourism for the Cayman Islands, tells Travel Agent that could soon change. We sat down with Harris on Wednesday afternoon and learned that […]

Cayman Islands newest restaurant opens in Camana Bay

Camana Bay’s Newest Restaurant, Pani Indian Kitchen, Opens with a Menu Packed with Indian Delights Camana Bay’s newest restaurant, Pani Indian Kitchen, is officially open. With an interior reminiscent of an Indian street bazaar, complete with resplendent colours and unique artwork (including a wall installation of dyed teabags), and a menu featuring the best of […]

Barbados golfers sixth in Hoerman Cup [ Cayman third]

From Barbados Nation News BARBADOS FINISHED SIXTH as the Dominican Republic successfully defended the Hoerman Cup in the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships. Playing at home at the Links Course at Casa de Campo, the players from the Dominican Republic posted a gross 1 151 over 72 holes of competition and were chased by Puerto Rico […]

The Editor Speaks: Sinus from the sniff/sneeze pit

I have been suffering from sinuses over the last ten years. Up to then, yes for over 63 years, I have NEVER had allergies of any kind. I have watched sufferers of sinus attacks and watched them sneeze, sniff, continuing blowing and wiping their nose and eyes, and never appreciated their miserable suffering. I do […]

Tethys Petroleum update regarding various legal proceedings

August 10, 2017 08:24 ET | Source: Tethys Petroleum Limited GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands, Aug. 10, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tethys Petroleum Limited (TSX:TPL) (“Tethys” or the “Company”) today provides an update with respect to three different legal proceedings. TAG Rehabilitation Filing On August 10, 2017, Tethys Aral Gas LLP (“TAG”), a wholly owned subsidiary […]

Turkey detains suspected Islamic State militant for planning to bring down U.S. plane – Dogan

Reuters From DNA Turkish authorities have detained a suspected Islamic State militant of Russian origin after he allegedly planned to use a drone to bring down a U.S. plane at the Incirlik air base, Dogan News Agency said on Thursday. Dogan, citing security officials, said Russian national Renat Bakiev was detained after police surveillance showed […]

Cayman Islands Health Services Authority opens Acute Care Clinic

The Health Services Authority (HSA) has opened an Acute Care Clinic for patients with non-emergency medical conditions who still have an immediate need to see a doctor. The Clinic offers these patients a lower cost alternative to the Accident & Emergency (A&E) department at the Cayman Islands Hospital and one that may help to reduce […]

Cannibals engraved bones of the dead

From BBC A series of zig-zag marks on a human bone found in a UK cave is evidence of a cannibalistic ritual that took place some 15,000 years ago. Scientists have long recognised that cannibals operated at Gough’s Cave in Somerset, but were unsure whether the practice of eating other people had any symbolic significance. […]

Goodbye Cassini

Cassini will take five victory laps before plunging into Saturn By Mariella Moon From engadget It’s almost time to say goodbye to Cassini. Over the past few months, Cassini took the closest pictures of Saturn’s rings we’ve ever seen that it was pretty easy to forget that the probe was nearing its end. It actually […]