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Archives for January 7, 2018

Cayman Islands Garden Club Family Fun Day announced

The Annual Family Fun Day will take place at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park on Sunday, January 21st 2018, hosted by The Garden Club of Grand Cayman, in conjunction with the Botanic Park, and there will be entertainment for all! The fun will include children’s lawn games, a magic show, a children’s craft table, […]

The Editor speaks: Much ado about nothing

Here in the Cayman Islands we have had two recent ‘Much Ado About Nothing’. One has thankfully past and the other is ongoing. The first involved a Christian Gospel Concert being held on a Sunday that involved live musicians playing and singing gospel music at an outside venue that according to the media (social, print […]

Cayman Islands Health Advisory on increased flu activity

The Public Health Department is monitoring the increased incidence of flu activity among residents. Seasonal influenza is an acute respiratory infection caused by influenza viruses which circulate in all parts of the world and is easily spread from person to person. It is characterized by a sudden onset of fever, cough (usually dry), headache, muscle […]

Cayman Islands November Funerals

Evelyn Merle Jacques             6 Jan 1939 – 26 Oct 2017   Garden of Eden Grace Lilian Jackson                                            – 5 Nov 2017 Elverine Joyce (Tatum) Piercy   28 Apr 1925 – 17 Nov 2017   North Side Willard McNeil Hurlston              22 Jan 1929 – 18 Nov 2017   Stake Bay Glenda Lee Ebanks                                       – 30 Nov 2017   Boatswain Bay Lydia […]

Nicaraguan baby celebrates first Christmas after getting second chance at life at Cayman Islands hospital

Cayman Islands (January 3, 2018) – A baby from Nicaragua who was treated at Health City Cayman Islands celebrated his first Christmas as a normal, healthy child this year. Jeremias, who is now two-years-old, got a second chance at life early last year when he underwent a complex surgery to place his heart inside his chest […]

Niagara Falls is frigid

Niagara Falls is a frigid, beautiful wonderland right now  BY KEITH WAGSTAFF From Mashable It’s bitterly cold across parts of the U.S. and Canada right now, and the freezing temps aren’t going away anytime soon. The bright side? Pretty pictures. In Chicago, people captured stunning images of their frozen city. And the images hitting Instagram […]

Junior Honda Classic this weekend at PGA National

From Palm Beach Post The 11th Annual Junior Honda Classic will be held Saturday and Sunday at PGA National Resort & Spa with 300 youngsters representing 21 countries and 18 states testing their skills over the resort’s Champion, Fazio and Squire courses. Boys and girls competitions will take place over 36 holes on the Champion […]

Corporate Electric Ltd. is now an Authorised Distributor of Panduit Products

By Ari Roul From Life Pusle Health Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands December 30, 2017: Corporate Electric Limited, known for its excellent residential and commercial electrical solutions in the Cayman Islands, has officially declared being the authorised distributor of electrical products manufactured by Panduit, the world-class leader popular for its outstanding innovation in the field. This […]

VIEWPOINT: Cock-a- Snook

By Jolly Green This morning, the last day of 2017, I read for the first time the column written by Dr Kenneth John in the Vincentian News Paper, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 2017. From which I have posted some excerpts below. “The heaviest blow for the ULP so far, was recorded in the cold-blooded murder of Glen […]

DNA is not an infallible test – everything depends on the researcher

From Covert Intelligence LLC SAN JUAN, PR – January 2018 – Since the DNA was established as possible evidence in criminal cases in 1987, many scientific advances have developed and polished identification techniques thanks to this resource, making it more reliable and forceful as evidence in a court . However, these same advances allow us […]