April 22, 2019

Archives for August 1, 2018

Cayman Islands: Can the world’s elite warriors save the oceans?

By Christina Couch From PBS Will Hinkson is wide awake. In his hotel room near the southwestern tip of Grand Cayman Island, the 31-year-old is looking out over a lightless beach, waiting for the sun to rise. Hinkson has never been to Grand Cayman before, but he knows dark waters well. Six-foot, broad, and muscular, […]

Cayman Islands: CNCF to release double album of CI Folk Singers & North Side Kitchen Band

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – 31 July 2018 – The Cayman National Cultural Foundation has announced the release of its latest album of Caymanian folk music, this one featuring The Cayman Islands Folk Singers and North Side Kitchen Band. The launch party for the double CD—called Come Back Home—is set for Thursday, 16 August at […]

Cayman Islands: Ogier advises on €409 million sale of Generali Worldwide Insurance Company Limited

An Ogier team from across Guernsey, the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands and Jersey has advised Generali on its entry into an agreement to sell Generali Worldwide Insurance Company Limited and Generali Link to Life Company Consolidation Group (LCCG). Generali Worldwide has its headquarters in Guernsey and specializes in offering life insurance-based wealth management and employee benefits. […]

Petition circulating to appoint Franz Manderson as Cayman Islands Governor

Appoint the Hon. Franz Manderson as Governor of the Cayman Islands From Good Governance Good Governance started this petition to Minister of State (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) The Rt. Hon Lord Ahmad The Rt. Hon Lord Ahmad, The Minister of State Foreign and Commonwealth and United Nations Office London, U.K. Your Honour, WE, the People […]

The Editor Speaks: Petitions

We now have two rival petitions circulating in our country both concerning our governor. We published the former “Bring Back Choudhury‘ petition” that I supported but now we have a second one we have published today advocating our very own (and Deputy Governor) Franz Manderson for the top job of Governor. That in itself is […]

Cayman Islands: HSM IP recognises Trade Marks Law Anniversary

68 Fort Street, Grand Cayman (Wednesday, 1 August 2018): On August 1, it will have been one year since The Trade Marks Law, 2016 was implemented in the Cayman Islands. This law has made it easier for businesses and brand owners to register their trade marks which may comprise of symbols, slogans, logos and other […]

One Caribbean Television announces 2018 carnival week coverage

Network crowns a decade of chronicling the most Caribbean carnivals of any TV outlet NEW YORK, NY, (August 1, 2018) – One Caribbean Television has announced its weeklong live broadcast of carnival celebrations in Toronto, Barbados and Antigua from Thursday, August 2 through Tuesday, August 7, 2018. This year, One Caribbean Television partners again with […]

Cayman Islands DOI announces Immigration amnesty

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – As officers with the Department of Immigration’s (DOI) Enforcement Division continue to crack down on illegal immigration, the department has announced a one-month amnesty from prosecution for certain immigration offences. The amnesty will take effect on 1 August 2018 at 8.30 a.m., and will remain in effect until 31 August 2018 […]

How to scrub the Internet of negative data

OACLONDON 2018 A Financial Intelligence & Investigations Event 12-13 November 2018, London Grange St. Paul’s Hotel Dan Shefet won what may be the most powerful single case against Google: the right to get search results about himself removed. Now people and governments the world over are seeking him out. You can hear him speak at […]

Comparing sound

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio One of the most difficult challenges we audiophiles face is making sonic comparisons between equipment. God, it’s hard. And while speakers are the worst, electronics aren’t too far behind in difficulty. In some parts of the world, a forest of them are lined up in elevated tiers like choir […]