September 21, 2019

Cayman Islands HSM IP continues to educate students on counterfeits

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68 Fort Street, Grand Cayman (Tuesday, 30 April 2019): Shantel Ritch, Victoria Whittaker and Larissa Bennett of HSM IP Ltd. presented International Trademark Association’s (INTA) Unreal Campaign to over 150 students at the Clifton Hunter High School in North Side on Tuesday, 30 April. INTA’s Unreal Campaign is a consumer awareness programme aimed at educating […]

RUBiS Cayman Islands launches RUBiS Top Student 2019 awards program

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RUBiS Cayman Islands launched the RUBiS Top Student 2019 awards program this week opening the submission period for the program which aims to recognise, reward and motivate children with a financial grant to pursue their passions. The contest is open to students aged 7-12 in the Cayman Islands who demonstrate enthusiasm towards activities they are […]

UK Doctors may soon prescribe ‘Therapeutic Art’

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By: Jordyn Cormier From Care2 Around 55 percent of the US population currently takes some form of prescription medication—pills that often come with a host of unpleasant side effects. In fact, over a third of US adults take prescription medication for depression symptoms alone. We live in a culture overly reliant on pharmaceuticals, but the […]

Cayman Islands Education Ministry holds Market Engagement Day

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Ministry holds market engagement day for local contractors who wish to bid on new John Gray High School construction. Presentations provided status updates, concept design plans and included a project tour. Contractors interviewed regarding available procurement routes. Project takes forward Government’s priority goal of creating “best education opportunities for all our children”.   Grand Cayman […]

Cayman Islands: South Sound boardwalk construction progresses

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The boardwalk will provide the public with a continuous area to enjoy views of the sea. The project is expected to be completed at the end of August. The public can get updates on the project by visiting the Ministry’s social media page.  GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Work on the South Sound Boardwalk is progressing. […]

Cayman Islands Minister Rivers, US Officials Talk about Tax Transparency

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Cayman’s global leadership in tax transparency was the focal topic during recent meetings between the Minister of Financial Services, the Hon. Tara Rivers; and high-ranking US lawmakers and regulators. The Cayman Islands is at the forefront of tax transparency in order to ensure that our jurisdiction is not used to facilitate tax evasion. Minister Rivers, […]

Recipe of the week

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Lunch recipes from The Kitchn By Christine Gallary As much as I love burritos and tacos, the thought of cooking and arranging all the elements separately — meat, rice, beans, and toppings — is sometimes more than I want to attempt on a busy weeknight. Not to mention the sheer number of dishes to tackle […]

Cayman Islands Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast held

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Attendees at the 22nd annual National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast prayed for the Cayman Islands and its people, sang hymns and linked hands this morning (Wednesday, 11 October 2017) at the Kimpton Seafire Resort. Opening the event and welcoming the gathering, Speaker, Hon. W. McKeeva Bush, OBE, JP, paid homage to the late Dr. Edlin Merren […]

Cat cop

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New Zealand’s adorable cat cop not strong in the field, but ‘good at admin’ BY JOHNNY LIEU From Mashable Cats aren’t the first animals you’d think to join a police beat, but in New Zealand, things are a bit different. Tia the cat works at Wellington District Police, helping out senior constable Kerry Morrell at […]

Cayman Islands delegation holds successful meetings with EU officials

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The Premier, the Hon. Alden McLaughlin; and Minister of Financial Services and Home Affairs, the Hon. Tara Rivers, met with key EU decision makers in Brussels from 28-29 September to discuss the EU’s preparations for a list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions. ‘Cayman has consistently engaged on tax matters with EU officials through correspondence and responses […]