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Archives for May 7, 2019

Cayman Islands Public Safety Recruitment Fair and Expo 2019

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Cayman Islands Government invites anyone who has ever considered a career in public safety to the largest ever Public Safety Recruitment Fair and Expo on Thursday, 16 May 2019. With eight participating departments, this year’s event will take place at the University College of the Cayman Islands’ (UCCI) Sir Vassel Johnson […]

Undertone’s captivating creative and innovative technology solution win four awards at the 2019 Internet Advertising Competition

Campaigns grab audience attention and beat benchmarks with a combination of unique creative formats and targeting strategies TEL AVIV, Israel & NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 7, 2019–Perion Network Ltd. (NASDAQ:PERI) announced today that Undertone, a pioneer and leader in cross-platform Synchronized Digital Branding for the world’s most prominent brands, has been awarded four Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) awards […]

Tips for choosing a reliable and ethical SEO company

SOURCE: https://www.topseos.com/tips-choosing-reliable-SEO-company Working with a reliable and ethical SEO company plays a vital role in your business’ success; hence, finding the right one is crucial. But with thousands of SEO companies to choose from, how will you know if it’s the right one? Unfortunately, there are still some companies that use employ black hat tactics. […]

Gadget of the week

Bugatti unveils a $33,000 EV for (rich) kids Or tiny adults By A. J. Dellinger From engadget For its 110th birthday, Bugatti is going back to its roots. The French car manufacturer is digging up the Bugatti Type 35, the company’s famous racing car also called the Bugatti Baby, and giving it a modern makeover. […]

Is it time we gave nuclear power another chance?

By Daniel Cooper From engadget Clean, green and capable of powering an energy-hungry future… right? 50 parts per million. That’s the figure scientists agree is the “safe” upper limit of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. Beyond that point, it’s increasingly likely that our planet will become inhospitable for the humans that cling to its surface. Crops will […]

Nuts reduce risk of diabetes, heart disease

By Lynn Allison From Newsmax A recent study published in Circulation Research shows that a near-daily serving of nuts may lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in people with type 2 diabetes. The study, outlined in an article appearing in Harvard Health Publishing, says that when researchers asked 16,000 people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes about […]

At least seven injured in school shooting in suburban Denver, 2 suspects in custody

By Sheena Jones, Steve Almasy & Darran Simon From CNN (CNN)At least seven, possibly eight victims were injured Tuesday in a shooting at a school in suburban Denver, authorities said.Douglas County Under sheriff Holly Nicholson-Kluth said two suspects are in custody in the shooting at the STEM School Highlands Ranch, which covers K-12.Nicholson-Kluth said she […]

Occupational Health & Safety Training in Cayman Islands

From Elevar Cayman – Environmental, Health and Safety Advisors Introducing ELEVAR, a Caymanian owned and operated company offering a wide range of services in the areas of Occupational Health & Safety, Environmental, Water & Wastewater Design & Process Solutions. The members of our team have been working with local developers and general contractors in Grand Cayman […]

CANARI Release: the Caribbean Civil Society SDGs Knowledge Platform is now live!

Port of Spain, May 7, 2019 – The Caribbean Civil Society SDGs Knowledge Platform is now live! Created as an online virtual space to connect people and organisations with information on or an interest in the role of Caribbean civil society in implementing the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals, it gives civil […]

Archaeologists find evidence Biblical King was real person

From WN Researchers probing an ancient stone tablet believe it shows a biblical king was an actual historical figure, Newsweek reports. King Balak of Moab, located in today’s Jordan, is mentioned in a passage of the Book of Numbers. In the biblical story, he asks the prophet Balaam to curse the people of Israel, as the Encyclopedia […]