October 23, 2019

Cayman: HSA reviewing options to expand care to the Eastern Districts

As the Cayman Islands population continues to grow, the Health Services Authority (HSA) is beginning the implementation of its 30-year Master Facility and Service Development Plan to expand services and access to care to meet the changing demographics and new demands for healthcare services.  Amongst the HSA’s plans is a satellite medical facility in Bodden […]

Win the battle against infringers

By Trevor Little, WTR Whether producing consumer goods, pharmaceuticals or food and consumables, infringement is a fact of life, but one that trademark counsel must tackle more and more, with often limited resources and budgets. But infringement isn’t always as straight forward as the culprits trying to make easy money. In 2017, TGI Fridays issued […]

Natural ways to calm your dog

You might think that dogs and humans are very different, but both actually have similar social behaviors and emotions. Dogs and humans can get into a state of distress that could result in restlessness that many tend to leave unchecked. Unchecked restlessness can lead to having high blood pressure, which results in having declining arteries […]

Community Safety Officers

Cayman: Community Safety Officers join RCIPS ranks From RCIPS Commencing at the beginning of November, members of the community will see new RCIPS Community Safety Officers (CSOs) take to the streets and communities of the Cayman Islands. These new CSOs are not police officers, but civilian members of the local community, who will be patrolling communities […]

St. Kitts-Nevis: PM Harris alerts the public about fake social media pages

he Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, wants to alert the public about fake Facebook and social media accounts that are circulating.  These sites may look genuine, but they are not.   These fake sites may use the Prime Minister’s photo and name, but their only intention is to spread […]

2019 Rugby World Cup Quarter-finals – results: England 40-16 Australia

Find out how England reached the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 12 years By Sarah Mockford Head-to-Head Played – 51 England wins – 25 Australia wins – 25 Draws – 1 Did you know? Jonny May won his 50th cap and became the first England player to score two tries in a […]

Cayman: Joint update on negotiations towards an Integrated Solid Waste Management System

From Cayman Islands Government and Decco Consortium. As negotiations continue to progress between the Cayman Islands Government and the Decco Consortium, we are pleased confirm that capping and covering the main mound at the current George Town Landfill is expected to start early next year (2020). In addition the Terms of Reference for the Environmental […]

Cayman: 15 local organizations involved in KPMG’s Make a Difference Day

On Thursday, October 10, 2019, KPMG held their annual Make a Difference Day (MaDD) at the Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa. MaDD is an initiative in which KPMG member firms around the world are encouraged to make a difference in their local communities, allowing staff to offer their time and expertise to make a positive […]

The Editor speaks: Norman, Cinema, Adverts

Last Friday (18) I received a PR from the Premier’s Office concerning the proposed cruise berthing facility. It had a message from one of our most respected Caymanians, ex leader of Government Business and Tourism Minister, Norman Bodden. The PR we have published today in full. It is one of the best PR’s I have […]

Why is a secretive billionaire buying up the Cayman Islands?

By Katy Lederer From New York Times One humid Tuesday in July, I summited the highest point on Grand Cayman, an eight-story dump known affectionately by the locals as Mount Trashmore. From the top of the foul mound — a collection of almost every piece of garbage discarded on the island since it went all-in […]