September 16, 2019

Archives for September 10, 2019

Cayman: August 2019 funerals

Kelvin Powery                                            – 28 Jul 2019   Boatswain Bay Eddie Ebanks                           2 May 1951 – 30 Jul 2019   Cremated    John Enderson Evans                                    – 31 Jul 2019   West Bay Jude Mitchell Scott Walton 9 Aug 1972 – 31 Jul 2019  Spot Bay                                                         Eva (Bella) Ebanks             8 Feb 1940  – 10 Aug 2019   Boatswain Bay Oliver Winton Rivers         23 Aug […]

The Editor speaks: 1934

As September 10th 1934 was when Joan was born, and 85 years is a milestone not all of us reach, I thought I would look up and try and find some notable events around that time. I share a few of them with you. Sep 10 1934 The 8th Nuremberg Rally ended with a closing […]

Cayman: CDS: IT’S OPENING WEEK – Into The Woods!

INTO THE WOODS OPENS THIS THURSDAY! James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone’s favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece… and a rare modern classic. The Tony Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching. The story follows a Baker and his wife who wish to have a child; […]

Cayman readies for Anti-Money Laundering update

As the Cayman Islands prepares to update the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) on our improved framework for deterring and detecting money laundering, terrorist financing, and proliferation financing, Government has further strengthened the team of persons who are supporting our efforts. Mr Jan Tibbling, the Chief Public Prosecutor at the Swedish Economic Crime Authority […]

Tropical Storm Humberto has yet another chance to form as a tropical wave moves toward Florida

By Joe Mario Pedersen From Orlando Sentinel A tropical wave, with the possibility of becoming Tropical Storm Humberto, has Florida in its trajectory as it descends upon the Bahamas, according to the National Hurricane Center. Several tropical waves exist with the potential to develop tropical maturity over the next five days including a new system […]

Cayman: Red Cross Golf Tournament

WING FOR SOLUTIONS 128 golfers signed up for the 22nd Annual Red Cross Charity Golf Tournament George Town, Cayman Islands, September 7, 2019 – Close to 130 competitors vying for bragging rights and amazing prizes gathered at the North Sound Golf Club on Friday September 6th in support of the 22nd Annual Red Cross Golf […]

Gadget of the week

R.I.D (Recycling Identification Device) Designer Cohda From Core77 How can we reduce the amount of recyclable material entering general household waste? A lack of knowledge combined with the constant change of what can and can’t be recycled causes valuable material to go to landfill instead of being repurposed. R.I.D (recycling identification device) uses advances in […]

Butterfield axes jobs in Bermuda and Cayman Islands

From Nation News HAMILTON, Bermuda – The Bermuda-based Butterfield Bank says it is sending home 22 workers at its operations here and in the Cayman Islands as part of a cost-cutting restructuring exercise. Butterfield, Bermuda’s oldest bank, said the 22 jobs, including 12 here, would be moved to the company’s support services centre in Halifax, […]

Cayman: Elections Office Update – 99% verified

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. See also below:

Cayman Islands data protection legislation takes effect Sept. 30

From iapp According to Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy & Information Security Law Blog, the Cayman Islands Data Protection Law will go into force Sept. 30. The Office of the Ombudsman will enforce the DPL, which will cost violators up to CI$250,000. The DPL, which was published in June 2017, includes requirements for the protection of […]