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Archives for December 31, 2019

Holiday Safety Campaign

Cayman: RCIPS HOLIDAY SAFETY CAMPAIGN CONTINUES INTO THE NEW YEAR… From RCIPS: The RCIPS is reminding the public that intensified holiday road enforcement operations continue through today, New Year’s Eve, and into New Year’s Day. Police will be conducting numerous traffic checks around the island to combat drunk driving, speeding, and other dangerous behavior on […]

Cayman: Serious collision on Queens Highway

From RCIPS Dec 31 2019 Shortly before 1:00AM on Monday, 30 December, officers responded to a report of a single vehicle collision on the Queens Highway in East End. A white Kia Rio had been travelling westbound when it left the roadway and collided with some vegetation and a garbage crate, before coming to rest […]

Cayman: Hazards to aviation

Cayman: Hazards to Aviation The Christmas season is here and with it will come new presents to be enjoyed and events to be celebrated. Unfortunately, some of these presents and celebrations can pose a threat to both the public and the aviation industry and the purpose of this advisory is to identify the requirements necessary […]

Cayman: HRC Statement on CICA Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage

The Cayman Islands Human Rights Commission (“the Commission”) notes the decision dated 7 November 2019 of the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal (the “Court of Appeal”) with respect to the appeal brought by The Cayman Islands Government in the same-sex marriage matter. That decision provides much needed clarity to enable Government to adopt appropriate legal protections to ensure that Ms. […]

Martin: Happy Birthday Earth!

By Melissa Martin The hanging globe we live on is another year older. “Happy Birthday to you. Happy Birthday, Mother Earth. Happy Birthday to you.” Sing along. Earth is our home.  How old is earth? It depends on who you ask. A creationist and an evolutionist will give different answers. A scientist and a Bible […]

Global Invacom to dissolve Cayman Islands subsidiary

From ShareCast Satellite communications equipment and electronics provider Global Invacom announced on Monday that its wholly-owned subsidiary Radiance Cayman, incorporated in the Cayman Islands, would be dissolved on 31 December. The AIM-traded firm said the dissolution would not have any material impact on the consolidated net tangible assets per share or earnings per share of the group […]

Chris Robinson Travel Show featured Cayman Islands

The Chris Robinson Travel Show focuses on a different destination and is about 40 mins long. Chris and his guests share expert advice and information to help you plan your vacations – or simply enjoy some armchair travel to places as diverse as Ireland and the Islands of the Caribbean. On August 12, 2017, Chris […]

The Publisher speaks: Happy New Year (and my fall)

On behalf of Colin and all of us here at iNews Cayman, I wish you all a very happy and prosperous New Year. I also want to thank you for your continued support to iNews Cayman (THE EYE NEWS -ieyenews) as we conclude our eighth year of publication. Is it really this long? It only […]

Study: Heavy drinking can damage heart tissue

From Newsmax Previous studies have shown that heavy drinking increases the risk of heart failure, high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke and heart rhythm disorders, but there has been little study into why it poses such a risk to heart health. In this study, researchers analyzed three blood indicators of heart damage in more than […]

New Year’s Message from Patricia Affonso-Dass, President, Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA)

December 30, 2019 I especially love the turn of year as it provides a wonderful opportunity not just to look back and take stock of the year that has passed, but more importantly to look to the year that lies ahead.  We have much to be proud of for the way in which our industry and […]