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Month: September 2018

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Cayman Islands Minister’s World Habitat Day Message

Message for “World Habitat Day” From Ministry of Health, Environment, Culture and Housing Each year, the United Nations designates the first Monday in October as World Habitat Day, reflecting on the fact that, while we all have a right to…

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Cayman Islands’ Stood Up Campaign builds on last year’s to target bullying

Major anti-bullying campaign raises awareness throughout October Five events planned to energise, incentivise, empower GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Raising awareness about the pernicious effects of childhood bullying and encouraging grassroots strategies to eliminate it will be highlighted during the Department…

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The Editor Speaks: Is it so difficult to avoid bias?

Yes it is. That would seem to be the case now when you read journalistic pieces in not just articles from overseas but even here in our own media outlets. I am appalled at the bias shamelessly exposed in what…

Cayman Islands: Take your tastebuds on a journey of a lifetime this October

CITA’s Restaurant Month is back and heading to an island near you! New this year….. the Cayman Islands Tourism Association will be joining the 60th Anniversary celebration of Cayman’s unique Coat of Arms, with Restaurant Month sharing in the festivities. Restaurant…

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Cayman Islands: Decorated veteran donates thesis to UCCI

“It is my pleasure to make a contribution to this institution which is serving a fantastic purpose for our young Caymanians,” said retired United States Air Force (USAF) Captain and former civil servant Dale Morrison Banks when he donated a…

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What a good boy

By Rebecca Traister From The Cut Today’s hearing, with the even-voiced woman describing an assault in careful, precise terms, occasionally apologizing to her interrogators as they grilled her, and the soft-faced man, alternately weeping and yelling — is an American…

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Records show Kavanaugh was out of town during alleged attack

From American Liberty Report Brett Kavanaugh has a new alibi- not that alibis matter to Democrats- but he has it nonetheless. According to this new evidence, Kavanaugh wasn’t even in town during the summer in which Professor Christine Blasey Ford…

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OTEC International looks towards renewable future following CTEC conference

OTEC International LLC (OTI), through its subsidiary Cayman OTI, congratulates the Cayman Islands for the country’s efforts to move towards a more sustainable future. Cayman OTI recently attended the 2018 CTEC conference (Caribbean Transitional Energy Conference), which, alongside local and…

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St Kitts & Nevis: PM Harris’ Statement at 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly (Sept. 28th, 2018)

“We endorse a holistic approach to health, and I am happy to report that we have shifted into high gear to make an essential component of global health – universal health coverage – a reality for all citizens in St….

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$34.5mn Confirmed in grants under UAE-Caribbean Renewable Energy Fund

From Utilities ME In addition to the UAE-Caribbean Renewable Energy Fund, the UAE has launched the $50mn UAE-Pacific Partnership Fund, which has implemented projects in 11 Pacific island countries Dr. Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and…