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Archives for December 30, 2019

France issues travel advisory to Haiti

From Nation News PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti – The government of France has issued an advisory to people planning to travel to Haiti, asking them to postpone their trip to the French speaking Caribbean nation. French nationals already in Haiti have also been warned to be very careful. The advisory also features a map outlining the areas […]

Cayman: 2020 New Year’s Message By Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin, MBE, JP, MLA

ADDED: video for the Premier’s New Year’s message https://youtu.be/v4XyK1u4xCA Happy New Year fellow Caymanians, residents and visitors! This past year has been an eventful one for our Islands.  From the ongoing Celebrate Cayman events to the popular Kaaboo music festival and the very successful Royal visit, there has been much to celebrate this past year. As a […]

St. K-N: ZIZ TV air times for Prime Minister Harris” 2020 New Year’s Day Address

ZIZ TV Air Times for Prime Minister Harris’ New Year’s Day Message on Wednesday, January 1st, 2020: 12:01am 7:30am 10:00am12:30pm4:00pm8:00pm Web Link to Watch ZIZ TV (Channel 5): https://zizonline.com/tv/channel-5/

OPINION: Marijuana stocks in US and Canada crash as the bubble bursts

By Jolly Green When Prime Minister Dr. Ralph E Gonsalves gave the information that Ganga amnesty was coming soon while speaking on Hot 97 FM on December 24th, 2019, most intelligent listeners coupled that information with what most of us believe is yet another pre-election gimmick. Saboto Caesar was responding to a question from opposition […]

Cayman: Tourism successes continue in Nov 2019

November stayover visitation continued the upward trend with growth recorded for Canada, Europe, and Latin America.  Overall, for the month, total stayover reached 38,463 persons visiting the Cayman Islands. For the period January through November 2019, the Cayman Islands welcomed 448,551 stayover visitors, which represents a 9.14% growth over the same period of 2018, or an […]

Cayman’s Christmas 2019 Baby

Ayden McField-Brown was delivered at 6:06pm on 25 December, making him the first baby born on Christmas Day 2019 at the Cayman Islands Hospital. He weighed in at 6 pounds and 15 ounces. Parents Kaitlyn and Thomas Mcfield-Brown are happy for the safe delivery of their healthy baby boy. “My husband is super excited he […]

Cayman: Hurley’s Media announces the appointment of new Z99 Morning Show personality

Hurley’s Media announces Tim Hartman has been appointed the role of Z99 Morning Show talent and will begin on air Monday 6th January 2020.  Tim will join co-host Teri and together they will bring their infectious personalities and humor in a move to shake up and re-energize Cayman’s favorite radio station, Z99.   “We are […]

FDA: Thermography not a good alternative to mammograms

From Newsmax Women should not be misled into thinking that thermography is an effective alternative to mammography for breast cancer screening, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned. Despite claims to the contrary, thermography should not be used in place of mammography for breast cancer screening, detection or diagnosis, the agency said Monday. “There is […]

Statistical Officers at the OECS Commission and the Central Statistical Office of Saint Lucia trained in Population Estimates Computation

Sunday, December 29, 2019 — Three officers from the OECS Statistical Services Unit (SSU) and two from the Central Statistical Office (CSO) in Saint Lucia have been trained in the computation of population estimates during intercensal years. The five-day training workshop, facilitated by Statistics Canada, was held at the OECS Commission’s Headquarters from 2-6 December 2019. […]

Message of condolence

From OECS Sunday, December 29, 2019 — The Commission of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) expresses deep regret on the passing of former colleague, Mr. Jimmy Emmanuel. During his tenure at the OECS Commission, Mr. Emmanuel served as Director of External Affairs and Special Advisor to the Director General. He was also critical to […]