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Archives for January 29, 2018

Halsey Minor’s latest venture VideoCoin raises initial $5 million….

……led by CryptoInvestor GiantsAlphabit Fund, Galaxy Investment Partners, and Distributed Network Advisors lead round to disrupt… PRESS RELEASE GlobeNewswire LOS ANGELES, Jan. 26, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — VideoCointoday announced the close of $5 million in initial funding led by Alphabit Fund, Galaxy Investment Partners, Distributed Network Advisors (DNA), and Sovereign. Founded by prolific tech entrepreneur […]

Cayman Islands police conduct operation to execute 31 warrants, 25 January

From RCIPS On Thursday, 25 January, officers from the RCIPS conducted an operation to execute a series of outstanding warrants. Over the course of the operation, which ran from 6AM to 2PM, officers executed 31 warrants. Most of these warrants were for failing to pay fines or appear in court for various criminal and traffic […]

The Editor Speaks: May, wanted, could, facts

Of those four words which one is the one to be believed? It would appear to be a very easy question to answer but is it? When was the last time you read or heard a media report that included the word ‘facts’? How many times over the past month have you heard a media […]

Godly Motives

By Joyce Meyer Years ago, when we were struggling financially, I grew tired of believing for a breakthrough and broke down before the Lord. I cried about it for a while and then, by the grace of God, I made a decision and declared: “God, I am going to tithe and give offerings until the […]

The IDB’s view on China’s rise in the Caribbean

From Kaieteur News With its sheer economic size and military muscle, China has proven that she is not a pushover. She’s confident, quite the entertainer, diplomatic and generous in the eyes of some nations. But to others, she has acquired an image of being a bully; a ruthless dictator who wants it all; one who […]

OPINION: It is the general duty for the judiciary to give reasons for a court decision

By Jolly Green The desirability of having a general duty to give reasons for court decisions has been much debated in Commonwealth jurisdictions. In England, a series of cases has consistently upheld the duty. The existence of this general duty is defensible in principle. The duty must meet the purposes for which it is imposed […]

Charges in 25 January Interdiction of Drug Canoe; Nearly 700lbs of Ganja Seized

PR From RCIPS Monday January 29, 2018 Charges have been laid with respect to arrests of two men by the Joint Marine Unit early Thursday morning, 25 January near Uncle Bob Road in West Bay. The accused will appear in court this morning, 29 January. Both men, age 36 of West Bay, and age 39 […]

7 reasons Christians are not required to tithe

By Thomas Schreiner From TGC Many think believers in Christ should tithe (defined as giving 10 percent of one’s income), and many use the language of “tithes and offerings” in worship services. Others are equally convinced tithing is not required for believers. Which view is more faithful to God’s Word? This certainly isn’t a matter […]

Reports say most Americans want legal status for Caribbean ‘Dreamers’

From Jamaican Observer WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — Reports here say most Americans want legal status for Caribbean and other “Dreamers,” but a few are adamant that they should be deported. For Pav Sterry of Columbus, Ohio, legalising any undocumented immigrants — even those who came as children without a choice in the matter — […]

Cayman Islands police officers using new contact cards when responding to calls for service

From RCIPS This week the RCIPS, with the support of Crime Stoppers, is providing all frontline officers with new contact cards in order improve communication with the public and victim care. The cards, which take the form of a regular business card, feature blank spaces for officers responding to 9-1-1 calls for service and any […]