May 27, 2019

Martin: Social nudity in naked places and open spaces

By Melissa Martin “Clothing-optional” is another phrase for nudity beaches, nudity retreats, and nudity resorts. Naturalists’ destinations around the world offer naked fun in the sun. “Naturist” is another word for naked—diving, dining, and dancing in your birthday suit. Social nudity refers to naked people being naked together.  Peruse the 15 best nude beaches on […]

OECS celebrates International Day for Biological Diversity

By Natasha Augustin Friday, May 24, 2019 — The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission, in collaboration with the Government of Saint Lucia’s Ministries of Sustainable Development, Education, Fisheries and Forestry, and with the support of other partners and sponsors, celebrated International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) 2019 under the theme “Our Biodiversity, Our Food, Our Health.” […]

Sweet words to make her fall in love with you

Source: Ghana News You have finally won the attention of the girl of your dreams and you want to make her fall in love with you. Well, you are reading the right article, be sure to come up with the best idea for a sweet love message for her. Most guys think that the way […]

The Guest Editor speaks, AGAIN

By Carol-Ann Rudy A “South’un” Point-of-View What drives people to the Cayman Islands? What makes anyone decide to raid the bank account, board a yacht, ship, plane, a Yellow Submarine, stick the kids with a baby-sitter and head for the Caymans? Or any island of the Caribbean? On the surface, it’s the same thing that […]

Standing up for human rights in the Caribbean

By Esmeralda Arosemena de Troitiño From Caribbean News Now This is a particularly special year, as the Commission is celebrating its 60th year and it is the first time in our history that the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) is holding a period of sessions in Jamaica and in a CARICOM country. We have […]

UK FCO responds to Foreign Affairs Committee report, provides reassurance that it has no plans to intervene on belongership, voting rights or same sex marriage

From Cayman Islands Governor’s Office FCO responds to Foreign Affairs Committee report, provides reassurance that it has no plans to intervene on belongership, voting rights or same sex marriage The Governor’s Office announced today that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has responded formally to the report published earlier this year from the UK’s Foreign […]

The Editor speaks: Mothers

Today (Sunday), as I write this, it’s Mother’s Day. A very happy and blessed day to all mothers. Every mother deserves the highest praise and every one of us who have had the privilege and joy of having a mother should thank you from the bottom of our hearts. A mother’s love is endless. There […]

Happy Mother’s Day!

By Dr. James Dobson I do hope that our listeners will do something specifically loving and caring for their mothers. I know it would mean an awful lot to the moms who are out there to have expressions of love and care. Do you know that I dedicated Dare to Discipline to my mother? For a […]

Bay Gardens offers ‘Caribcation’ deals for Caribbean residents

ST. LUCIA (May 7, 2019) – Caribbean residents can receive 25 percent off all-inclusive rates from Bay Gardens Resorts in St. Lucia this summer and autumn. The ‘Caribcation’ special offers bargain packages, with full meals for two guests, unlimited house brand drinks and free access to the popular Splash Island, St. Lucia’s first open-water sports […]

Bungling Blind Date

Bungling Blind Date producers send two bisexual male contestants on romantic break… to Caribbean island where gay sex is ILLEGAL By Emer Scully From Daily Mail UK A popular dating show sent two bisexual men to the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia – where gay sex carries a prison sentence of ten years. Jordan Shannon […]