September 17, 2019

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 Editor speaks: Opposition in turmoil. Does anybody actually want to listen to them?

With the resignation of Alva Suckoo as Deputy Opposition Leader and followed now by Ezzard Miller as Opposition Leader, one can only assume they are a group sailing in the seas without a rudder or a captain. With so many young heads, who are not willing to learn from their elders, who on earth would […]

Cause of Venezuelan chopper crash is under investigation

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan authorities are investigating the cause of a helicopter crash that killed seven military officers while they were while heading to a state where President Nicolás Maduro was visiting troops. The crash of the Cougar helicopter on the southeastern outskirts of Caracas yesterday followed days of upheaval during which opposition leader […]

Some of us are born this way: Female athletes and testosterone limits

By Casey Legler From The Cut On Wednesday, May 1, 2019, Caster Semenya, the two time-Olympic champion and professional athlete who has competed in track and field since she was a child, lost an important battle in the fight around gender and sports. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) ruled that Semenya would have […]

No, you shouldn’t wash your raw chicken before you cook it

By Mike Wehner From BGR There are lots of rules out there when it comes to cooking meat, and, of all the common meats you might find yourself cooking, chicken seems to have the most strict rules of all. It’s understandable, since pathogens that can live in raw meat are nasty, and the ones known […]

Cayman Islands Opposition objects to waiving of backlog of vehicle licensing fees

The Hon. Ezzard Miller, Leader of the Official Opposition, has raised concerns about the Cabinet’s announced amnesty for owners of unlicensed vehicles, particularly with respect to the waiving of a backlog of millions of dollars in fees owed to Government. “I am disappointed to see that the amnesty includes a waiver of the backlog of […]

The Editor speaks: May is Child Month

There are many themes set for Child Month throughout the world. Here , in the Cayman Islands, it is “Be Strong! Be Brave! Be You!” The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) is organising a host of interactive events that start on Friday May 3rd and continue to Saturday 1st June. You can view […]

Royal Caribbean announces professional rugby player as its candidate for its Shore Explorer ‘Apprentice-ship’

By Ozgur Tore From ftn news A professional rugby player and self-taught ‘Insta-traveller’ from Dublin, Republic of Ireland, has secured the world’s most coveted ‘Apprentice-ship’, after being selected from over 37,000 UK and Irish candidates to travel the world for three weeks this summer as Royal Caribbean International’s official Shore Explorer Apprentice. In his new […]

Equisoft Driving Digital Transformation for Caribbean Insurance Leader Family Guardian – Starting with Live OIPA Solution

MONTREAL, April 23, 2019 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Equisoft, a global provider of digital business solutions for the insurance and wealth industries, proudly announced today the successful implementation of the Oracle Insurance Policy Administration (OIPA) system for Family Guardian Insurance Company, a leading insurer in The Bahamas. The firm is also spearheading a number of other core and […]

The Editor speaks: “The Power of the Cross”

I hope you had a wonderful and blessed Easter. I am actually writing this the day before Easter Sunday and Holy Week started for me on Sunday 14th. I was at Cayman Islands First Baptist Church for their Festival of Easter Glory -“He Is Risen”. I have listened to most of the church choirs on […]