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Archives for July 23, 2019

Cayman: Martyn Bould to climb Mt Kilimanjaro for the Red cross

One man’s efforts to climb Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is merging with a Cayman Islands Red Cross (CIRC) campaign to raise hurricane awareness with the launch next month of the “Climb for Red: Peak of Preparedness” initiative. Martyn Bould, who has lived in Cayman for some 50 years, has been training the last few months […]

Cayman: Statement regarding Boris Johnson as next UK Prime Minister By Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin, MBE, JP, MLA

23-7-2019 I and the people of the Cayman Islands congratulate The Right Honourable Boris Johnson on his election as Leader of the Conservative Party and on becoming the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. I had the pleasure of first meeting Mr. Johnson in October 2017 at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester. He […]

Cayman: Statement on joint RCIPS – CBC investigation into money laundering and smuggling

In May of this year the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) and Cayman Islands Customs and Border Control (CBC) commenced a joint investigation into suspected money laundering and the smuggling of doré gold by international organized crime networks through the Cayman Islands and other jurisdictions to Europe.  The circumstances are that the Royal Cayman […]

Cayman: Police helicopter conducts two medical evacuations in one day

From RCIPS On Saturday, 20 July, the RCIPS Air Operations Unit conducted two medical evacuations from Cayman Brac to Grand Cayman using the police helicopter. Early on Saturday morning, the helicopter and crew deployed to medically evacuate a woman who was suffering possible heart failure and had been transported from Little Cayman to Cayman Brac […]

Cayman: Cruise Port Referendum – Latest figures

The latest results of the verification process on the cruise port referendum petition signatures are now live on the Elections Office’s new web ticker. Click here à  www.elections.ky  to view the updated figures. Also – find below an info graphic on the update. 

The Editor speaks: What’s in a name?

I awoke this morning to not one, but three emails, informing me I had made one of our other media publications. Wondering what I had said to make this publication mention me I obviously went to see for myself. Yes, there it was. Colin Wilson. However, it was not me. I also had received the […]

UK: Boris Johnson wins race to be Tory leader and PM

From BBC Boris Johnson has been elected new Conservative leader in a ballot of party members and will become the next UK prime minister. He beat Jeremy Hunt comfortably, winning 92,153 votes to his rival’s 46,656. The former London mayor takes over from Theresa May on Wednesday. In his victory speech, Mr Johnson promised he […]

Cayman: Sports & Fitness Expo this weekend will showcase variety of options

The Sportista Sports & Fitness Expo taking place this weekend on Saturday, 27 July from 9am to 6pm at the Arts and Recreation Centre (ARC) in Camana Bay has attracted a variety of exhibitors from the community and will give attendees an opportunity to find out about the many different ways to get active and […]

Cayman: HSM welcomes four summer interns

68 Fort Street, Grand Cayman (Tuesday, 23 July 2019): The HSM Group has once again opened its doors for their summer internship programme and has welcomed four students from the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre (CIFEC). Paula Brown, Amelia Lamie, Xylina Ritch and Yanina Montero have joined HSM’s team. As a full-service law firm in […]

Cayman: Environmental friendly deep cleaning approach

Keeping Your Home Spick and Span A routine cleaning doesn’t always suffice a clean home. Often rushed to meet the demands of day-to-day life, the cleaning done regularly leaves beneath-the-surface spaces, little things like TV remote control and switches, and not-easily-accessible places unattended. In other words, making them home to dirt, dust, germs, and allergens. […]