September 21, 2019

Cayman: Chamber to host roundtable for micro & small businesses

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Micro, and small business owners and other entrepreneurs are being invited to attend a roundtable and social at the Chamber of Commerce Training Centre in Governors Square, on Wednesday, September 26, 2019, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. The purpose of the meeting is to bring together micro and small business owners, individual entrepreneurs and […]

Tips for a good entrepreneur pitch to investors

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Trinidad and Tobago, July 31st, 2019 — An entrepreneur looking to boost or expand her business needs all the support she can get and this includes opportunities to woo investors. Regardless of what great story is told or presentation made, investors need specific items for consideration, said Gillian Charles-Gollop, CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Executive Director, Corporate Investment […]

Cayman: Academy achieves more success at the 2019 USA Cup

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Academy Sports Club yet again proved its strength at the USA Cup this summer, bringing back 2 Championship trophies and posting a number of other great performances. The Club took a historic 7 teams to the competition this year, with 2 girl’s teams and 5 boy’s teams. The U12 Boys won the Gold ‘A’ bracket […]

Cayman Islands Minister for Financial Services & Home Affairs, Hon. Tara Rivers’, Statement on National Day of Preparedness 20 May

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National Day of Preparedness Minister for Financial Services & Home Affairs, Hon. Tara Rivers, JP MLA 20 May 2019 “On Monday, May 20th the Cayman Islands will observe its National Day of Preparedness with this year’s theme: “Preparedness makes sense and saves lives!” The primary purpose of observing the National Day of Preparedness is to highlight the importance […]

FURTHER UPDATE – Christchurch shootings: Death toll risen to 50 in New Zealand mosque attacks

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Update – OECS Statement on New Zealand Shooting Friday, March 15, 2019 — The Authority, the Heads of Government of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States meeting in a special session in Guadeloupe on the 14th and 15th March has expressed shared grief at the horrific massacre of innocent worshippers in New Zealand. Chairman of the […]

The Editor speaks: Receptionists are dying. RIP

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We have published an article today titled “The death of the Receptionist as we know it”. The article is not as bad as some you can find on other media websites. One asks the question in huge bold letters – “Will “Receptionist” be Replaced By Robots? It even answers its own question. 96% CHANCE OF […]

Cayman Islands Department of Agriculture seeking public assistance in re-homing rescued dogs

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The Department of Agriculture (DOA) is expressing its gratitude for the public’s positive response to its appeal for homes for 16 Shih Tzu breed dogs between one and three years old after they were rescued from a home in George Town recently.  The removal of the animals from the home occurred as part of a […]

Expert source for government email hacking

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From Michelle Thompson via prnewswire.com No one is free from hacking, including our government officials. In the technological age we live in how can this still happen?  With advances in medicine to advances in space, why can’t we conquer something as simple email security free from hacking? Have we all become numb to hacking and data […]

Update on Cayman Islands Green Iguana cull count

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Cayman Islands DoE has adjusted (slightly) the Green Iguana cull totals as updated information has come in to the cull manager (Cornwall Consulting). The changes are reflected (see below) as they now appear on our website and, for your ease, I have attached the chart of the running daily totals. The adjustment, in the aggregate, […]

Statement from Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association

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Grand Cayman, 27 November 2018 The Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association (CILPA) welcomes the appointment of three new acting Grand Court judges: Judge Aileen Downey, Simon Flint QC and Hugh Southey QC.  Their experience and expertise strengthen an already strong judiciary. It also congratulates Cheryl Richards QC on her appointment as a permanent Grand Court […]