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J Paul Morgan dies

 First director-general of the recently established regulatory and competition authority in the Cayman Islands Former OUR director-general J Paul Morgan dies From Jamaica Observer KINGSTON, Jamaica — J Paul Morgan, former director-general of the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR), has died. Morgan passed this morning. Morgan became the second director-general after Winston C Hay. He […]

Student Competition

Student Competition: A Nuclear Education Idea for Climate change IAEA Release One of the challenges of the human resources lifecycle in the nuclear field is attracting and recruiting talented individuals. To foster the younger generations interest in education in nuclear technology, the IAEA is holding an international student competition in conjunction with the International Conference […]

Recipe of the week

Coconut Lime Chicken Curry From Yummly 17 Ingredients 45 Minutes 600 Calories 4 Servings Description Coconut milk, fresh lime, and curry powder give this quick stew, made with boneless chicken thighs, a decidedly Caribbean flavor. Feel free to sub in other favorite vegetables for the snap peas and bell pepper strips, and add a side […]

Cayman: OfReg makes donation to the FRC

The Utility Regulation and Competition Office (OfReg), an independent multisector regulatory authority, made a donation the Family Resource Center (FRC). OfReg received a number of supermarket vouchers to be used as gifts for our office Christmas party, however, the staff decided to donate them to a worthy cause rather than accept them. According to OfReg’s […]

Puerto Rico official sacked over Hurricane Maria aid warehouse

From BBC Puerto Rico’s top emergencies manager has been sacked after video emerged of a warehouse full of supplies dating back to the devastating Hurricane Maria that hit the island in 2017. Governor Wanda Vázquez Garced said she wanted answers within 48 hours over the undistributed aid. Sacked director Carlos Acevedo said no-one had been […]

UNICEF: Hurricanes are scattering Caribbean families

From The Daily Herald St Maarten CHARLOTTE-AMALIE, St. Thomas–More than three million Caribbean people suffered the permanent or temporary loss of their homes because of adverse weather events in recent years, and the numbers appear to be escalating dramatically.   That is according to a UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund) report, which focuses on the […]

6 Children and a pregnant woman found dead, killed by tradition

By Sarthak Gaur From the Digital Wise Incident The remains of six children and a pregnant woman discovered in a burial pit in Panama, where a religious sect located torturing indigenous people. The pregnant mother buried with five of her children – aged from one to 17 – after they murdered in a bizarre exorcism […]

Royal Caribbean claims Chloe Wiegand’s grandfather Salvatore Anello leaned out of window before toddler fell from cruise ship

By Kevin Yazzie From Gotech Daily MIAMI, Florida – Royal Caribbean Cruises says Indiana man charged with negligent homicide in his granddaughter’s fatal fall from a cruise ship window has leaned out the window for several seconds before lifting the child and she fell. Chloe Wiegand, 18 months old, was on a ship in July […]

The Editor speaks: Can one own a Canadian?

On her radio show, Dr. Laura Schlesinger said that, as an observant Orthodox Jew, homosexuality is an abomination according to Leviticus 18:22, and cannot be condoned under any circumstance. The following response is an open letter to Dr. Laura, written by a U.S. man, and posted on the Internet.  It’s funny, as well as informative: Dear […]