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Archives for February 13, 2019

Cayman Islands: RCIPS adds 2 ATVs to its fleet for improved beach patrols and off road access

From RCIPS Today, 13 February, the RCIPS is adding two new, fully-electric All-Terrain Vehicles to its fleet, which will provide officers with improved capabilities to conduct patrols along the beach and in off-road areas. “These vehicles will help us gain access to previously inaccessible areas around the island, and make our beach patrolling more efficient,” […]

Cayman Enterprise City Urban Planning and Development Internship

Background Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) is an award-winning development project which consists of three special economic zones focused on attracting knowledge-based and specialised-services businesses to set up a physical presence in the Cayman Islands. The zones included within CEC are Cayman Tech City, Cayman Commodities & Derivatives City and Cayman Maritime & Aviation City. The […]

The Editor speaks: Love wins!!

Yes, today (14) is Valentine’s Day. [Although I wrote this on the 13th] Men. Are you going to do anything special for your love one? Flowers? Card? Chocolates? Meal? Me? Well. Done that many times over my 36 years. No excuse for not doing it again……. No matter how many dark days, and in every […]

Cayman Islands Kids Gaelic Football Club welcomes new members to the ‘Mid Term COOL Camp’ at Camana Bay

The Cayman Islands Kids Gaelic Football Club is thrilled to introduce the first COOL Camp of 2019; a 2-day camp during the Mid Term Break on Thursday 7th March and Friday 8th March at the Camana Bay CIS Football Pitch. Last year we had our Mid-Term, Easter and Halloween COOL Camps taking place, with 70 […]

Cayman Islands: A new Scholarship Award aims to attract the creative, innovative and the visionary

The Peter N. Thomson Family Foundation today announced the launch of The Thomson Leadership and Innovation Award scholarship programme. This scholarship was created by the Thomson family in order to carry out the wishes of the late Peter N. Thomson to provide an opportunity of higher education for Caymanians who demonstrate the need and academic […]

How do snowbirds escape the winter blues?, Martin

By Melissa Martin I’m dreaming of a colorful beach get-away. Perhaps, a jaunt to the Caribbean Islands. A slice of paradise to refresh the chilly mood and attitude. Leave the snow and slick-iced roads behind. The Caribbean culture is calling for beach bunnies.  “The Caribbean region is located southeast of the Gulf of Mexico and […]

Walkers sponsors GAIM Ops Cayman 2019

Walkers will once again be a headline sponsor of the GAIM Ops Cayman conference from April 28 – May 1, 2019 at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. With over 550 Funds, Investors and Experts in attendance – GAIM Ops Cayman remains the key annual gathering for Ops and Compliance professionals. Global Managing Partner, Ingrid Pierce will be speaking as […]

Cayman Islands DEH opens upgraded recycling depot

On Tuesday (12), Captain Eugene Ebanks, Councillor for Environment & Housing, officially opened an upgraded recycling depot in the district of North Side as part of the government’s drive to provide more convenient recycling services for the residents of Grand Cayman. The depot is located at the North Side Civic Centre and has been upgraded […]

Disney Skyliner Gondolas

Disney Skyliner Gondolas make first test runs between Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, Disney’s Hollywood Studios By Gray Houser From Monorail News We have an exciting Disney Skyliner milestone to share – the first guest cabins to make test runs back-and-forth between Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort and Disney’s Hollywood Studios! As many of you know, our […]

Sen. Cruz: Use seized El Chapo assets to fund Wall

By Brian Freeman From Newsmax Ted Cruz used the conviction of Mexican drug lord El Chapo on Tuesday to promote his proposal for taking the profits from his drug business and other assets in order to fund the southern border wall. “It’s time to pass my EL CHAPO Act,” Cruz tweeted. “I urge my Senate colleagues to […]