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Archives for April 8, 2019

Cayman Islands YMCA welcomes new Chairman

David Watler has been named the new Chairman of the YMCA of the Cayman Islands; he takes over from Andrew Johnson who has recently completed his three-year term. Two of the main initiatives that have come about during Mr. Johnson’s tenure include a formal partnership agreement between the YMCA and the Cayman Islands Little League […]

Why consider machine learning in your mobile app development process?

Machine Learning is transforming the landscape of the business world. The technology, by collaborating with mobility solutions, is enabling entrepreneurs to unleash new opportunities and experience something exceptional, irrespective of the business domain they belong to. But, is the same true in the case of mobile industry? Does this technology makes any difference in the […]

Remembering the good stuff

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Our memories are kind to what actually happened in the past. For whatever reason, we tend to ignore the pain and detritus of days gone by in favor of fondness and longing to return to what feels like a better time. But yesterday is the same as today only […]

Rugby: Canada fails to spark at Hong Kong Sevens

By Cleve Dheensaw From Times Colonist No one in rugby tires of the Hong Kong Sevens, the granddaddy of the sevens version of the sport and still the most vibrant and expressive World Series stop. While the beers, streamers and costumes were in the stands among the 40,000 fans, the Langford-based Canadian team was just […]

St Kitts & Nevis: Prime Minister Harris’ next Press Conference is Tuesday (9)

Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris is pleased to once more update citizens and residents of St. Kitts and Nevis on matters of national interest. The Honourable Prime Minister’s monthly press conference will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, April 9th, 2019, from 3:30pm in the Parliamentary Lounge at Government Headquarters. The press conference will be broadcast live […]

People with Albinism are being killed for body parts in Malawi

By Brianna Lynne From Care2 Albinism is a rare condition that results in a person’s body producing little to no melanin pigment. People with the condition may have visual impairment and skin sensitivity. But for people with albinism in Malawi, the condition may also put them at risk of being killed for their body parts. […]

Libya crisis: UN says thousands fleeing clashes

From BBC At least 2,800 people have fled from the fighting near Libya’s capital, Tripoli, according to the UN. Other civilians are trapped by the clashes and are cut off from vital emergency services, it says. Forces under Gen Khalifa Haftar began an attack on the city last Thursday with the aim of wresting it […]

Recipe of the week

Juicy Oven Baked Chicken Breasts By DIETHOOD From Yummly 15 Ingredients 60 Minutes Ingredients FOR THE CHICKEN BREASTS 4 (1 pound) boneless, skinless chicken breasts 4 cups water (lukewarm, about 90 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit) 1/4 cup salt 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 teaspoon salt CHICKEN SEASONING BLEND 1/4 teaspoon ground pepper (fresh) 1/2 teaspoon sweet paprika (or smoked) 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon onion powder 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme 1/2 teaspoon dried basil 1/2 teaspoon dried […]

Foreign investments in Israel jumped 30% from 2015 to 2017

From Israel hayom 2017 saw investment by foreign residents and companies in Israeli ventures totaling $129.1 billion, more than 20% more than in 2016 and a 30% increase compared to 2015 • The U.S. was the leading foreign investor, followed by the Netherlands. Intel is a major investor in Israel’s high-tech sector | Photo: Noam […]

NBC: Dispute over family separations at border forced Nielsen out

By Theodore Bunker From newsmax Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s resignation was partly fueled by her resistance to implementing a large-scale policy of separating immigrant families at the border, NBC News reports. President Donald Trump has spent the last several months pushing his administration to crack down on migrant families, despite issuing an executive order in June […]