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Archives for May 10, 2018

Fireminds launches Cayman Cloud with Logic Communications

Logic Communications and Fireminds recently announced the launch of the Fireminds Data Center in Cayman, bringing Fireminds co-location, cloud services, software-as-a- service solutions and managed services to the Logic Business Solutions portfolio in Cayman. Also, customers with operations in Bermuda and Cayman can now leverage the Fireminds data centers based in Bermuda and Cayman working […]

MOTHER (Better known as Mama)

By Joan (Watler) Wilson ‘Mama’ as we called her was so quiet and sweet To hug and kiss her was really a treat. She was fat like mothers of her day you see Having nine healthy children she was pleased as could be. She never wandered far from home – no way, She kept watch […]

Cayman Islands Chamber & Ministry of Finance to host Economic Forum

The Hon. Roy McTaggart – Minister for Finance & Economic Development – will deliver the keynote address at the Chamber of Commerce’s upcoming Economic Forum. The Chamber’s economic forum will provide a key status update on each of the country’s main industry sectors, including positive developments, challenges and an outlook for the medium term. “My […]

The Editor Speaks: Mothers

I have known intimately three mothers. The first was my real mother, Ethel. She nourished me in her womb, she nursed me and she raised me up until I left home when I was twenty-three. She also raised my sister Joyce who was nine years older than me. The second was my first wife, Diane. […]

Cayman Islands: Youth Poetry finalists delve into social realism

UCCI student wins local poetry slam competition. Winning finalists have an opportunity to perform in June’s Talent X-Position of the Arts. Competition is one of several events celebrating Child Month. GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Lauren Williams of the University College of the Cayman Islands has won this year’s Creative Frame of Mind in Love Poetry […]

Butterfield in Cayman Islands settlement bank role

By Jonathan Kent From The Royal Gazette Butterfield Bank has teamed up with five other retail banks in the Cayman Islands to create an automated clearing house to ease electronic funds transactions and enable same-day transfers. A similar system is already in operation in Bermuda, but Butterfield says the project in Cayman has helped it […]

6 truths about the role of moms

By Dr. Tim Clinton From Dr James Dobson’s family talk “All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” Abraham Lincoln “Only God Himself fully appreciates the influence of a Christian mother in the molding of character in her children.” Billy Graham “My mother was the most beautiful woman […]

International College of the Cayman Islands concludes forty-fifth commencement

On April 1, 2018, the International College of the Cayman Islands of the Cayman Islands (ICCI) celebrated its Forty-Fifth Annual Commencement Ceremony at the Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa with pomp and pageantry. Twenty graduates, with degrees ranging from Associate of Science degrees to Master of Business Administration and Master of Science degrees were all […]

Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd announces increase in dividend on Class A Ordinary Shares

CARIBBEAN UTILITIES COMPANY, LTD. CLASS A ORDINARY SHARES ARE LISTED FOR TRADING IN UNITED STATES FUNDS ON THE TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE. Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands- Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd. (TSX:CUP.U) (“CUC” or “the Company”) announced today that the Board of Directors has declared an increase in the regular quarterly dividend from US$0.17 to US$0.175 per […]

The Perfect Caribbean Island by Bike, Boat, or Scooter

By Sara Clemence From Bloomberg Sure, some Caribbean resorts are made for staying put. But these islands are meant to be explored, be it by boat, motor scooter, or your own two feet. Bike … Biking in the Grand Cayman Islands.Photographer: Velo_city/Flickr Mountain cyclists may think it’s a yawn, but Grand Cayman’s flat topography and […]