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Archives for July 7, 2019

The Editor speaks: MRCU HOPES the mozzies aren’t bothering you

It wasn’t long ago that I was extolling praise on our Mosquito Research and Control Unit (MRCU) for the way they they have been handling our mosquito problem. For years we haven’t been bothered by those damned mozzies that when I forst arrived here caused me many years of misery, Recently, however, the mozzies have […]

Calling all Cayman Product People!

From MeetUp Hosted by Bartosz M. and Darren B. From ProductTank Cayman Islands Details Join us for the next Meet-Up of Product Tank Cayman Islands! What?ProductTank is the world’s largest product management meetup with events in over 155 cities around the world. ProductTank is run by product people, for product people and always FREE to attend. Come […]

Cayman: CoP meets with landowner in West Bay regarding ongoing dispute

From RCIPS Last Friday, 5 July, the Commissioner of Police, Derek Byrne, met with landowner, Mr. Mike Adam, at his property in the Kings Road area of West Bay, and discussed the developments within an ongoing land dispute regarding an easement across an adjoining property leading to his home. CoP Byrne walked and viewed the easement, […]

Gadget of the week

Robot ‘duck’ keeps weeds out of rice paddies By Jon Fingas From engadget Think of it as a Roomba for grains. For rice farmers, ducks have been a viable way to keep their crops healthy — they destroy weeds, eat bugs and fertilize crops without using harmful chemicals. And now, a Nissan technician might have […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Making a difference – the example of António Guterres |

By Sir Ronald Sanders From Jouvert Radio WASHINGTON, United States, Friday July 5, 2019 – In his threeand a half years as Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres has proved himself sensitive and alert to the difficulties confronting Caribbean states. He has been an example that Secretaries-General of other inter-governmental organisations would do well to […]

Cayman: RCIPS AOU conducts 6 emergency medical evacuations in 2 weeks, hosts joint training with HSA

During the last two weeks of June, the RCIPS Air Operations Unit conducted a total of six medical evacuations to Grand Cayman from the Sister Islands using the new police helicopter. These included two on 17 June, and four during the following week of 24 to 30 June. On Monday, 17 June, the helicopter transferred […]

Firm linked to ‘Paradise Papers’ leak put up for sale by its private equity owners for £700m

By Ben Harrington From Mail on Sunday UK A company connected to the Paradise Papers leak has been put up for sale by its private equity owners for up to £700million. City sources said British buy-out firm Bridgepoint is seeking a buyer for Estera, a company that was formerly owned by offshore legal services firm […]

Incredible India

Incredible India: 30 things to know before you go! From Travel Blissful Known for its phenomenal beauty and deep spiritual history, India remains one of our customers’ top vacation spots for a reason. No matter the type of holiday-goer you are, there’s something for you in this lovely country — whether it’s the complex and […]

WOMEN’S RUGBY: Saint Lucia set for Olympic qualifier in the Cayman Islands

From The Voice SL A twelve member team accompanied by three officials are currently in the Cayman Islands to compete in the 2019 Rugby Americas North (RAN) Rugby 7s Olympic qualifier over two days.  Today (Thursday 4th), Saint Lucia will open their campaign against Mexico from 10.00 a.m. In their second encounter they will meet […]

Recipe of the week

Bierocks German hamburger and cabbage filled buns By Tom Hankel, Just A Pinch From Yummly 13 Ingredients 30 Minutes 1110 Calories SERVINGS: 4 4 cups cabbage (chopped into about 1/4 inch bites) 1/2 cup onions (diced) 2 tablespoons oil 1 pound hamburger salt pepper 4 1/3 cups all purpose flour 1 package active dry yeast 1 cup milk 1/3 cup sugar 1/3 cup butter 1 teaspoon salt 2 eggs Nutrition 1110 Calories SODIUM 44%  DV1 060mg FAT 69% DV 45g […]