October 23, 2017

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Crisis Centre gets support from Rotary Sunrise

The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre is a haven for women and their children who seek to create new violence-free lives. Without the Crisis Centre they may not have another place to turn. The centre provides the services that help clients make a healthy transition to a life free from violence by providing shelter and programmes […]

World Heart Day free blood screenings

Free blood pressure screenings, accompanied by an interactive nutrition display, will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday (21) in the foyer of Kirk Market in George Town. The Heart Centre has joined Kirk Market to mark the upcoming World Heart Day with these free blood checks. World Heart Day officially takes […]

Sandals wins top accolades at WT awards – Cayman misses out in all categories

From Tourism Today Sandals Resorts International Receives Top Accolades At World Travel Awards Caribbean & North America Gala Luxury Included® Resort Company Named Caribbean’s Leading Hotel Brand For 20 Consecutive Years The Bahamas shone bright at this year’s World Travel Awards and North American Gala Ceremony (WTA) as Sandals Emerald Bay in Exuma took a […]

12 Terrifying facts about jellyfish and why they’re taking over

By Kristina Chew From Care2 Some say that cockroaches, those survivalists par excellence, could inherit the earth. If they do, it’s likely they will be joined by jellyfish populating the oceans or whatever might remain of them. As scientist Lisa-ann Gershwin details in her book, “Stung! On Jellyfish Blooms and the Future of the Ocean,” […]

Reggae toaster Prince Jazzbo dies aged 62

By Ian Harrison From Mojo 4 Music The reggae MC had battled lung cancer. IN 1976 PRINCE JAZZBO would be immortalized on The Upsetters’ Lee Perry-produced classic Super Ape. He voiced the humid, dubbed up stream of consciousness track Croaking Lizard over the rhythm of Max Romeo’s Iron Shirt – referring to tribal war and […]

UCCI Call for Papers

The University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) presents the 2014 Caribbean Conference, with the theme, “Towards a Corruption-Free Caribbean: Ethics, Values, and Morality.” The Conference will take place 19 – 21 March 2014 in Grand Cayman UCCI is collaborating with Canadian Carleton University’s Centre for Values and Ethics (COVE); the Department of Government of […]

From a recovering Caymanian ex-addict

By Edward Pars Let me explain to you the cold hard facts of what’s happening right here in our own back yard. These are the realities of our society gone amuck. A housewife does the family laundry as a child roams the streets. A child sits in a classroom straining to concentrate. A preacher forms […]

Everyone ‘is now polluted’

Virtually every human being on Earth can now be considered physiologically and biochemically polluted by human-made chemicals, a leading medical doctor will tell CleanUp 2013 in Melbourne. However, Dr James Siow of Australia’s National Institute of Integrative Medicine (NIIM) says both governments and the healthcare profession have been slow to respond to the rise in […]

International Playwriting Competition 2013-14 now open for entries

The competition, now in its fourth year, is open to writers of any age, any level of experience and from any country. It aims to encourage new writing for young performers and audiences around the world. Enter your play Entry for the 2013-14 International Playwriting Competition is now open. You can enter your play online, […]