October 21, 2017

SpookFest

A Very Special Cayman Islands SpookFest 2017 From TAB We are looking forward to celebrating the second annual SpookFest event at Pedro Castle this year! We would like to raise an important issue that has been brought to our attention by Dr. Mona Kazemi, from Theraplay, and the Special Needs Foundation. Too often, special needs […]

Beijing’s $12 billion airport

Beijing has unveiled a $12 billion airport set to be the biggest in the world — here’s the first look By Danielle Muoio From Business Insider Beijing is preparing to a new airport that’s set to become the world’s largest. The Beijing Daxing Airport is being built 42 miles south of the Chinese capital. It’s […]

Cartoon of the Week

By Tony Zuvela, Cartoonist “It’s my own little World which I can escape to everyday and create a fun, weird, berserk Cartoon to whatever subject I like. I enjoy doing all the work myself, and all the aspects of Cartooning, and seeing my work out there and the reactions it gets.” http://www.berserkalert.com.au/shop.htm Buy this Cartoon’s […]

Night with the stars

CUC Powers A Night With the Stars Senior citizens from across Grand Cayman enjoyed live entertainment, local food, spot prizes and a tour of the Cayman Islands National Museum during A Night with the Stars powered by CUC on Thursday, 12 October 2017. The Ministry of Community Affairs’ event, co-ordinated by the Department of Children […]

Cat tail cushion

Sometimes, all you need in life is a cat tail cushion Pet this Qoobo and watch its tail react. By Richard Lai, From engadget You may not instantly recognize the name “Yukai Engineering,” but you may have already come across its earlier products like the Necomimi brainwave cat ears or the Bocco “family robot” at […]

Living with a roommate

10 cities where living with a roommate will save you a fortune By Derek Miller, SmartAsset From Business Insider There are benefits to living with roommates.Warner Bros. Television High rents are forcing more and more people to live with roommates. The Census estimates that 5.8 million Americans currently have a roommate. The benefits from living […]

Ophelia smashes UK

UK: Hurricane Ophelia- Schools closed and thousands without power From BBC High winds caused damage across Ireland Schools are closed and hundreds of thousands of people remain without electricity in Ireland after Ophelia battered the British Isles. All schools in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland remain closed for a second day as the […]

Gadget of the week

Body sensor collects vital data by making you sweat By Jon Fingas From engadget You don’t have to run a marathon to get non-intrusive health data. Medical sensors that sample your sweat are great, as they can accurately gather some of the data you’d get from blood without having to poke through your skin. There’s […]

Stakeholders learn wage survey

Stakeholders learn more about Cayman Islands Occupational Wage Survey Stakeholders from the corporate and private sector attended a presentation at the Chamber of Commerce conference room last morning (Monday, 16 October 2017) on the Cayman Islands’ Occupational Wage Survey (OWS) 2017. Starting Wednesday, 18 October 2017 and running until 29 December 2017, all private and […]

Recipe of the week

How To Make a Classic Whiskey Sour By Elliott Clark from The Kitchn A whiskey sour is yours for the making year-round. It’s refreshing enough to keep up with a spritz during the warm summer months, and so appropriate during the colder seasons of the year. Even if you’re not a whiskey fan (which breaks […]