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Archives for May 29, 2019

The Editor speaks: Plastics

It is comforting to note that Environment Minister, Hon. Dwayne Seymour, is committed to take action on plastics being used in the Cayman Islands. This was in response to the protest by students last Friday (24) on the steps of the Government Administration Building. Minister Seymour was reported as saying, “It’s not just as simple […]

Potential in small clinics for the Cayman Islands

From International Medical Travel Journal he Cayman Islands seeks to develop the highly lucrative niche market of health and medical tourism. There is potential for small private clinics providing limited services, such as joint replacement, cosmetic surgery, in vitro fertilisation and other specialised fields. Caymans developers, Kim and Ashleigh Lund, have announced plans for a new […]

Sydney water crisis averted after Barnaby Joyce transfers $80 million to Cayman Islands

By Cam Smith From The Chaser Pending water restrictions in Sydney were called off today, after former Deputy Prime Minister and part time tomato impersonator Barnaby Joyce stepped in to transfer $80 million of taxpayer money to a shady company in the Cayman Islands, in exchange for 1 bottle of lemon flavoured spring water. “Look, […]

Commonwealth Secretary-General to address the fifth Commonwealth meeting of heads of anti-corruption agencies in the Caribbean in the Cayman Islands

The Secretary-General Patricia Scotland will address the fifth Commonwealth meeting of heads of anti-corruption agencies in the Caribbean on 3 June 2019, being hosted in Cayman Islands’ capital George Town. Patricia Scotland will speak at the opening of the meeting, which focuses on this year’s theme of “transforming words into action: revitalising the fight against […]

New business model inevitable for Caribbean Utilities

Press Release:- Caribbean utility leaders meeting at the 2019 CARILEC CEOs and Leadership Conference in Saint Lucia last week agreed that utility companies need to embrace a new business model built on Digitization, Decarbonization and Decentralization (the 3Ds). Utilities are uniquely placed to lead the transformation of the energy sector, which is currently being impacted by […]

Cayman Islands Marathon joins the Five Island Challenge

(MENAFN – PRLog) The CES Corporation along with the organisers of the Marathon Bahamas Race Weekend; Run Barbados Marathon Weekend; Bermuda International Race Weekend; Cayman Islands Marathon and Half-Marathon; and Jamaica Reggae Marathon & Half Marathon, is pleased to announce the Five Island Challenge series sponsored by the Atlanta Life Insurance Company. The series is […]

St Kitts & Nevis PM Harris’ Statement on the Passing of the Rt. Hon. Edward Seaga, Jamaica’s Fifth Prime Minister and Longest-Serving Member of Parliament

Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris of St. Kitts and Nevis extends heartfelt condolences to the people of Jamaica and the Caribbean on the passing of the Rt. Hon. Edward Seaga, Jamaica’s fifth Prime Minister (1980-1989) and longest-serving parliamentarian, who was a successful record producer before entering politics.  […]

Cayman Islands: KPMG hosts City of London Police at Financial Crime Investigation Unit Stakeholder Forum

KPMG in the Cayman Islands and the Financial Crime Investigation Unit (FCIU) of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) held a two day forum for stakeholders on the current financial crime landscape in the Cayman Islands on May 21st and 22nd, 2019. KPMG and the FCIU were joined by representatives from the City of […]

Travel like a celebrity: Five stars share their best tips

By Amy Rosen From the Globe and Mail The inaugural Kaaboo Cayman festival had the potential to be another Fyre fest. Promised acts included the Chainsmokers, Flo Rida and Salt-N-Pepa; Bryan Adams and Duran Duran; Zedd and Blondie; the comedic stylings of Wanda Sykes and Kevin Nealon; cooking demos by chefs such as Michael Mina […]

Facts about the Caribbean

10 Interesting Facts About the Caribbean That You Never Knew By Stephanie Huber Just when you think you knew the Caribbean…there’s something new to discover. How many of these interesting facts about the Caribbean did you already know? Here are 10 strange but totally awesome facts that will make you want to pack your bags […]