April 23, 2019

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Cayman Islands FRC Holds Domestic Violence Intervention Training Programme The Department of Counselling Services’ Family Resource Centre (FRC) is hosting a Domestic Violence Intervention Training Programme (DVITP) next month. The training will be held at the FRC’s offices at 77 Walkers Street, Mary Street, George Town; Wednesday, 1 – Friday, 3 May 2019, 8.30 a.m.- […]

Cayman Islands on a budget

The Cayman Islands is an autonomous British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea. It is the second-most populated British overseas territory after Bermuda. The territory is often considered a major world offshore financial haven for international businesses and many wealthy individuals. The Cayman Islands is an exotic destination that attracts many people from all over […]

Elder abuse rising in US

From Newsmax As the American population ages, elder abuse rates are increasing, particularly among men, federal health officials reported Thursday. Between 2002 and 2016, the rate of assaults among men 60 and older jumped 75%, while it rose 35% among women between 2007 and 2016. Among older men, the homicide rate increased 7% between 2010 […]

Moving to the Cayman Islands from Florida

It’s no big news that every relocation is unique with its own requirements and challenges to meet. However, the mere preparation for the process always includes similar steps. If you have ever moved in your life, you have probably realized so far that relocation is much more than simply packing and setting off to the […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Cayman Islands: 1999 Honda Civic Reported Stolen, 28 March Police have received a report of a stolen grey 1999 Honda Civic, registration #106 289 which was last seen at about 3:00AM on Thursday, 28 March. The vehicle had been parked on the roadside in the vicinity of Mini Warehouse 2 on Canal Point Drive. Year:     1999 […]

Turks & Caicos: Public opinion needed on tall building setback distances

By Delana Isles From TC Weekly THE PLANNING Department will soon be engaging the public as they work towards creating more specific development standards for buildings between seven and 12 storeys. The Government announced last week that the department has proposed amendments to Section 3.5.2 and table 3.8 of the Development Manual.The proposal was drafted […]

Cyclone Idai: ‘15,000 people still need to be rescued’

From BBC Some 15,000 people still need to be rescued from the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai, Mozambique officials say. The cyclone victims there are stranded by catastrophic flooding and are clinging to roofs or stuck in trees, charities say. In the port city of Beira, aid workers say there are only two to three […]

Gadget of the week

How to Convert PDF to Excel for Free Without Installing Any Program PDF is one of the most popular digital file formats, but its biggest strength is also its biggest weakness. PDFs are protected from being edited by default, so in order to modify their content you need to have a robust PDF editor at […]

Things to know before moving to the Cayman Islands

Moving to one of the most booming British colonies – Cayman Islands, to some people is an easy decision. And we understand the reasons for that. The Cayman Islands are considered to be like heaven on Earth. What more could you wish for – beautiful beaches, crystal clear water, endless sun. However, moving to the […]

Gadget of the week

A Lamp that Lights Your Home and Grows Your Veggies By Kara Weinstein From Core77 Benditas Studio is aiming to change how we eat at home Newly launched Benditas Studio recently debuted Brot, a multi-functional lamp and germinator at the Greenhouse category of Stockholm Furniture Fair. Designed to create a cozy, well-lit atmosphere while growing […]