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Archives for December 16, 2019

The Publisher’s Xmas: Christmas morning of yesterday

By Joan Wilson It was no ordinary Christmas morning for me As I opened the bedroom door to have a peep. Just so excited and eager for the sun to rise So I could quickly claim my Santa surprise. * So quietly I closed the bedroom door Returning to my bedroom as I said before. […]

Cayman: CPR update – It’s time

From CPR Cayman With the holidays around the corner and the referendum delayed, we want to make sure you stay in the know about what’s happened and how you can continue to help us advocate for all Caymanians. To make it easy to navigate all of the information, we’ve broken it down into three equally […]

Cayman: CAIS20 announces 50% female speaker line-up for 2020 conference

Cayman Alternative Investment Summit 2020 (CAIS20) Announces Commitment to Speaker Gender Equality 50% of speakers on stage at CAIS20 will be female CAIS20 will focus on future of alternatives through “Global. Digital. Responsible.” theme GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands, Dec. 16, 2019: The Cayman Alternative Investment Summit 2020 (“CAIS20”) announced today that 50 percent of all […]

Cayman: National Trust Christmas Bus Lighting Tour

WHAT: Join the National Trust for our ever-popular Christmas Lights Bus Tour! The tour includes visits to modern and traditional homes decked out in Christmas decor for the holiday season, singing of Christmas carols and a true Cayman Christmas experience. WHO: General Public WHEN: Friday, 20 December 5:30 PM – 8 PM WHERE: The National […]

Cayman: Does anyone know who Helena Chojnacka was?

Helena Chojnacka is buried near the roadside in the Red Bay Cemetery (also known as the Farrell Family Cemetery).  The Govt is planning to remove and rebury her remains (and 2 others) elsewhere.  This is being done to facilitate adding a lane to the road. Family members of others buried in that cemetery and no-one […]

‘Big Long Thing’

Boogie B unveils his ‘Big Long Thing’ for T&T’s Carnival 2020 St. Georges, Grenada (Sonique Solutions) – Former Grenadian Soca monarch and Road March Champion Boogie B is gearing up to create an impact during the highly anticipated Trinidad and Tobago 2020 Carnival season with his latest up-tempo offering entitled, ‘Big Long Thing’. Boogie B […]

How Sick Kids Caribbean helped a family fight cancer

From Scotiabank  Initiative – Sick Kids Caribbean Christmas is an emotional time of year and the emotions range from joy and happiness to sadness and loss as families meet and remember the year. This is a story about a Bahamian mother Ethel Emmanuel and her daughter Ginia Moss who is a cancer survivor. This Christmas […]

Cayman: Upgrades to Emergency Notification System (NENS) Begin

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The hurricane season may have recently come to an end but Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI) and the Department of Public Safety Communications (DPSC) continue their work to make Cayman better prepared for disasters than ever before. “With an emergency, reaction time is everything. The government has made a significant commitment to […]

Attorney General leads Cayman’s CFATF plenary delegation

From CFATF The Attorney General, the Hon. Samuel Bulgin, QC, led a 10-person delegation from the Cayman Islands to the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) plenary held the week 22 November in Antigua. During the plenary, Cayman presented our First Follow-Up Report (FFUR), which was submitted to the CFATF in September. The report outlined […]

Best cruises

The Best Cruises To Take In 2020, According To Conde Nast Traveler From Business Insider New Orleans round trip to the Caribbean on the Norwegian Getaway Copenhagen, Denmark, to Stockholm, Sweden, on the Oceania Marina Papeete, Tahiti, to Auckland, New Zealand on the Crystal Serenity Cairo round trip on the Viking Ra Lisbon, Portugal, to […]