November 17, 2019

Archives for February 3, 2019

Roatán mother grateful after brain tumour removed in Cayman Islands surgery

Cayman Islands (January 31, 2019) – Carolyn Flowers, a mother and grandmother from Roatán, Honduras was experiencing blinding headaches that were having a debilitating effect on her daily life. Coming seemingly out of the blue, these symptoms were cause for concern, since during her adult life she’d never before suffered from headaches or high blood pressure. […]

2nd Annual Youth Mental Health Symposium to discuss the future of mental health in Cayman Islands

The 2nd annual Youth Mental Health Symposium will take place on February 23, 2019 at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort. The symposium, organized by the Alex Panton Foundation, will explore the current state of mental health in the Cayman Islands and provide recommendations on future improvements under the theme ‘Addressing Our Past, Supporting Our […]

Cayman Islands JMU assists paddle boarders in distress, 31 January

From RCIPS Shortly after 7:00PM on Thursday, 31 January, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched officers to a report of persons in distress in the water off West Bay Public Beach. Two persons were on a paddle board drifting out to sea and were having difficulties returning to shore. Officers from the Joint Marine Unit also […]

The Editor speaks: Cancer

Monday February 4th is World Cancer Day. It is not a day for celebration but a day we should all think about as many of us living here have at some time in our lives been diagnosed with cancer. It is an illness a lot of us don’t wish to talk about and I was […]

OPINION: Sexualized violence as a weapon of war

By Melissa Martin Rape of females has been an aspect of war as long as war has existed, but only in recent years has rape in war been acknowledged as a weapon. The United Nations Human Rights Commission passed a resolution identifying rape as a war crime in 1993.  Sexual assault in the United States […]

Cayman Islands’ Southern Cross Club honoured with 2019 Travellers’ Choice Awards

For the 4th year in a row, Southern Cross Club has received outstanding designations from online travel site Honored with not just one, but two of the coveted 2019 Travellers’ Choice Awards, this boutique property scored high in the categories of “Top 25 Hotels for Service – Caribbean” and “Top 25 Hotels for Romance […]

FIRST Robotics launched in Cayman Islands

Five of the Cayman Islands’ foremost corporate leaders in STEM have come together for the first time to support a new robotics initiative. Dart Minds Inspired has partnered with Aureum Re, Caribbean Utilities Company (CUC), Digicel, and Health City Cayman to bring FIRST robotics programmes to high school students in the Cayman Islands. FIRST, which […]

Royal Fidelity Conference to Explore Economic Challenges

The 16th Annual Royal Fidelity Cayman Economic Outlook announced (Grand Cayman): Royal Fidelity Merchant Bank & Trust Limited announced that it will be taking over the title sponsor position for the 2019 Cayman Economic Outlook “RFCEO” Conference, previously held by Fidelity Bank. The RFCEO will be held on Thursday, February 28th under the theme, “Dynamic […]

Grand Cayman Spas

The Best Grand Cayman Spas Based On Your Personality Type By Joni Sweet From Forbes Planning a trip to Grand Cayman? Lucky you—this glitzy Caribbean island boasts stunning beaches, lively resorts and world-class restaurants. But any traveler knows the real reason to take a vacation is to find deep relaxation—and Grand Cayman’s got you covered […]

Cayman Islands based Danesmead partners hired London Principal

Cayman-based alternative fund governance specialists, Danesmead Partners, has appointed former FRM Head of Operational Due Diligence Haliday Casey to join the London office as a principal of the firm. Haliday will provide independent directorship services as well as bespoke consulting services to asset management businesses, family offices, institutional investors, fund administrators, and other connected service […]