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Archives for February 12, 2018

How to structure an ICO and an ICO Fund in Cayman Islands

By Chris Richardson From Escape Artist 2017 will be remembered as the year of Bitcoin. The first 3 quarters of the year will be remembered as the start of the ICO boom… at least until the SEC came in and put a stop to them. 2018 will be the year Bitcoin and and ICOs move […]

Cayman Islands: Pedro St James – A living monument

By Latara Boodie From Jamiaca Gleaner One of the oldest and most innovative depictions of 19th century European architecture, can be seen in the most perennial building in the Cayman Islands The Pedro St James Castle. The historical gem was built in 1801 and is located just 20 minutes from George Town. The Pedro St […]

Ash Wednesday in Cayman Islands

It is 70 years since Ash Wednesday has fallen on Valentine’s Day – February 14th. Origin and History of Ash Wednesday Ash Wednesday marks the onset of the Lent, the 40-day period of fasting and abstinence. It is also known as the ‘Day of Ashes’. So called because on that day at church the faithful […]

The Editor Speaks: Love and Valentine

Legend has it that there was a priest named Valentine who performed secret marriages when an emperor ordered that no young men should be married because they would be better soldiers in the war. Another legend tells the story of a man named Valentine who fell in love with a girl while he was in […]

ESM Ltd supports youth football development in Cayman Islands

Excel Sports Management Ltd recently donated a 10 person van to Future SC to help with transporting players to training and games. The van was donated to help support the development of youth football talent across all communities and clubs in Cayman. “ESM is committed to investing in youth football development at all levels across […]

US: Bug board convenes experts for advice

BY KATIE ATKINS From FLKEYSNEWS When it comes to zapping the population of disease-carrying bugs in the Florida Keys, mosquito control officials have several options. So on Feb. 20, a panel of experts will talk about those options at a workshop in front of the Florida Keys Mosquito Control Board. Presenters will include David Hoel, […]

Cayman Islands National Weather Service launches public education campaign

We are working hard to improve the links between the Weather Service as information providers and members of the public as end users. Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (12 February, 2018) The Cayman Islands National Weather Service (CINWS) has embarked on an education campaign to help members of the public learn more about the weather service […]

Cayman Islands National Weather Service recognises outstanding employees

Michael Carey Named Employee of the Year Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (12 February, 2018) Technical Engineer Michael Carey has been recognised as the Cayman Islands National Weather Service (CINWS) Employee of the Year for 2017. Along with Mr. Carey, the Department also recognized Shamal Clarke as “Weather Forecaster of the Year” and Winston Gall as […]

Is Valentine’s Day too commercial? Yes, but it’s not what we want

The Most Romantic Day of the Year Has Become Too Materialistic – and a New Survey from WP Diamonds Challenges this Assumption; Instead Concluding that Sincere and Heartfelt Gestures Are What Couples Really Crave for the Holiday NEWS PROVIDED BY WP Diamonds NEW YORK, PRNewswire/ — Valentine’s Day, the most romantic holiday of the year, […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Structure not ad-hoc agendas key to US-Caribbean relations

By Sir Ronald Sanders From kaieteurnews Much has been said about the government of the United States of America (US) cutting off aid to countries which do not support that country’s position in international organizations. The US, of course, is free to direct its aid where it wishes and very much within its rights to […]