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Archives for December 23, 2019

Cayman: ACC charges three

On 18 December 2019 Investigators from the Anti-Corruption Commission charged: Manderson, Mark Anthony (a former public officer aged 38 years from the George Town area) with: One count of Fraud by a Public Officer, contrary to s.118 of the Penal Code (2013 Revision); and One Count of Breach of Trust contrary to s.13 of the […]

Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman under construction

Pageant Beach Hotel Ltd., the developers of the Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman residences and Kim Lund, Broker/Owner at RE/MAX Cayman Islands, the exclusive listing broker for the residences are proud to announce that the Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman is now under construction. Located at Pageant Beach between The Wharf Restaurant and Poinsettia Condos on West […]

Cayman: PSPB Staff and Partners support pensioners this Christmas

Staff of the Public Service Pensions Board (PSPB) are working to make Christmas a lot merrier this season through generous donations to their most vulnerable pensioners in the Cayman Islands. The PSPB staff participate in an employee payroll deduction where each month, staff take some of their salary and donate it into an account and […]

The Editor speaks: A very happy Christmas

I have been watching a lot of Christmas programming over the last week or two on the television, as I expect most of you have. Apart from the actual religious Christian channels the emphasis has been on the merry time we all should or will be having. The presents, the food, the snowmen, the sleighs, […]

Cayman: Happy Holidays from Meals on Wheels

Cayman: Hurley’s Media brings Christmas joy to DCFS children

Hurley’s Media has once again teamed up with the Department of Children and Family Services for the 25th annual Christmas for Kids event, bringing together over 170 children, parents and caretakers for a fun filled day out with a Christmas theme. Hurley’s Media staff volunteered their time doing arts and crafts, assisting Santa with present giveaways, basketball, […]

Xmas cartoon of the day

By Tony Zuvela, Cartoonist “It’s my own little World which I can escape to everyday and create a fun, weird, berserk Cartoon to whatever subject I like. I enjoy doing all the work myself, and all the aspects of Cartooning, and seeing my work out there and the reactions it gets.” http://www.berserkalert.com.au/shop.htm Buy this Cartoon’s […]

Best-selling author British Lindsay de Feliz, who was found dead in a shallow Caribbean grave, told friends she was ‘worried something might happen to her’ – as her husband (to whom she gave a small fortune) remains under arrest

By Paul Bracchi and Greg Woodfield in The Dominica Republic For The Daily Mail UK Lindsay de Feliz went to the Caribbean, she said, in ‘search of a dream’. She thought she’d found it in the miles of unspoilt beaches, spectacular waterfalls and breathtaking tropical rainforests of the Dominican Republic. So, nearly 20 years ago, […]

‘Dressed Up’

‘Dressed Up’ officially launches in Newark Newark, NJ (Sonique Solutions) – In an evening filled with emotion, accomplishment and thankfulness, Trinbagonian entrepreneur and fashionista Diane Wiltshire, professionally and fondly known as ‘Fury’ officially launched the permanent space for new her retail outlet ‘Dressed Up’ in Newark, New Jersey. After months of anticipation, pop-ups and social […]

Sphinx statue uncovered in Egypt

Limestone sphinx head is 35cm tall and 55cm wide From The National .ae Archaeologists in Egypt’s central Minya governorate have uncovered a small statue of a royal sphinx. The Egyptian Archaeological Mission, led by Sayed Abdel Malek, found the statue in the Tuna El Jebel archaeological area, where two cemeteries holding 40 mummies were uncovered […]