February 21, 2018

Cayman Islands: CTMH Doctors Hospital – New cold cap therapy

In collaboration with the Breast Cancer Foundation, we at CTMH Doctors Hospital are striving to provide even more relief to our cancer patients. BCF has donated the new cold cap product that helps prevent hair loss due to cancer treatments and a brand-new freezer for the caps themselves. The Breast Cancer Foundation with CTMH Doctors […]

Cayman Islands National Human Resources Dept. Interim Director announced

The Cayman Islands Government is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Sharon Roulstone as Interim Director of the National Human Resources Department. Ms. Roulstone was seconded from the Office of the Ombudsman to fill this position “The Government is grateful to Ombudsman Sandy Hermiston, for her willingness to agree to this secondment,” Deputy Governor […]

OPINION: The cyclepath to the male socialist sociopaths in Saint Vincent and similar Caribbean islands

By Jolly Green Combine irresponsibility, impulsivity, and a need for instant gratification, and it’s not surprising that sociopaths get involved in risky behavior. They tend to have little concern for the safety of others or for themselves. This means that excessive alcohol consumption, drug abuse, compulsive gambling, unsafe sex, excessive appetite for sex outside of […]

Stanford investing billions offshore in Central America and Caribbean, tax returns show

By Brian Contreras From Stanford Daily Stanford has nearly 10 billion dollars invested in Central America and the Caribbean, analysis of the University’s tax returns shows. Held offshore in places like Bermuda and the Cayman Islands, much of this money is not subject to taxes, including the 1.4 percent tax on University endowment earnings implemented […]

How many Model 3’s has Tesla actually built? This estimator tracks production

By Yoni Heisler From BGR Tesla’s production troubles with the Model 3 are still an ongoing concern for the EV maker, with Elon Musk just a few months back conceding that Tesla was in the midst of “production hell.” Though the company initially planned to manufacture 5,000 Model 3 units per month by the end […]

Cayman Islands: Auditor General seeks views on programme of performance audits

The Auditor General, Sue Winspear, is requesting the public to provide input to her Office’s (OAG) new performance audit programme. The plan will provide the public, members of the Legislative Assembly, the Government and wider public sector with clarity about the performance audits that will be carried out during 2018 and an indication of potential […]

Any lamp in your home can be motion activated with this $18 box

By Maren Estrada From BGR Do you love the idea of having your lights turn on automatically when you enter a certain room? Do you hate the idea of having to spend hundreds of dollars on a smart home solution and Wi-Fi connected lighting? Well, there’s another option that’s much simpler and much cheaper. Plug […]

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Cayman Islands sending four swimmers to Gold Coast

BY LORETTA RACE from Swim Swam The Cayman Islands has announced its selected athletes set to compete the 2018 Commonwealth Games. this April. Of the 22 athletes selected across 7 sports, 4 swimmers will be headed to the Gold Coast. Both David Ebanks and Lauren Hew competed at the 2014 edition of the Games, with Ebanks’ highest finish […]

Preventing Childhood Obesity in the Caribbean – Civil Society Action Plan 2017 – 2021

From Healthy Caribbean Coalition The Healthy Caribbean Coalition’s (HCC’s) Civil Society Action Plan 2017-2021: Preventing Childhood Obesity in the Caribbean was developed to guide the response of Caribbean civil society to global, regional, and national recognition of the increasingly heavy burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and upward trends in the prevalence of overweight and obesity […]