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Archives for February 6, 2020

OPINION: What’s going on that we should know about?

By Jolly Green By Jolly Green, February 2020. What is being hidden from the public relevant to the murder of Cuban nurse Arianna Taylor-Israel? The intrigue is obvious, all are talking about it. Arianna Taylor was a beautiful Cuban lady brought to Saint Vincent by Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves. She came to SVG in 2001 […]

Celebrity Apex Construction Hyperlapse Tour

From Celebrity Cruises Take a sneak peek at Celebrity Apex with our latest video, “Celebrity Apex Construction Hyperlapse Tour.” As Celebrity Apex nears completion at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in France, the innovative second-in-series ship promises to take modern cruising to the next level. Watch this tour of Celebrity Apex before its official debut […]

The Pentagon wants to catch rogue drones in nets

By Christine Fisher From engadget It just spent millions on a ‘Drone Hunter’ system. The Pentagon already has permission to shoot drones out of the sky if they’re deemed a threat, but it’s not stopping there. The Department of Defense (DoD) has signed a contract with Fortem Technologies for what the company calls Drone Hunter, an AI-enabled drone that […]

The Editor speaks: Can you read God’s mind?

Whilst I one hundred per cent agree with the motion passed in the Legislative Assembly last Friday “to affirm that expressions of Christian doctrine and scriptures by Christian organisations and individuals is a right protected by the Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009”, I fervently wish we wouldn’t try to read God’s mind. “If you cannot […]

SpaceX’s Starlink

Max Q: SpaceX’s Starlink constellation grows again By Darrell Etherington From TechCrunch This week was the busiest yet for space-related news in 2020, thanks in part to the 23rd Annual FAA Commercial Space Transportation Conference that happened last week. The event saw participation from just about every company who has anything to do with commercial […]

There is no better time to enjoy Cayman’s wonderful world of sponges

Divers who jump into any dive site in the Cayman Islands these days will witness sponges at the peak of their life cycle on local reefs. This means sponges are healthier, larger and more picturesque than they have been for more than a decade. It has been 15 years since Hurricane Ivan struck the Cayman […]

Cayman: HSA opens temporary flu clinic

With the peak of the flu season and the Public Health Department reporting higher than usual cases of patients presenting with flu like symptoms, the Health Services Authority (HSA) is opening a temporary flu clinic at the George Town General Practice Clinic. The flu clinic will operate from 8:00am – 4:00pm Monday to Friday with […]

Castle Bruce Primary in Dominica enhances early grade reading instruction through innovative student and parent engagement

OECS/USAID Early Learners Program (ELP) By Sisera Simon Head, Education Development Management Unit Thursday, February 6, 2020 — Castle Bruce Primary in the Commonwealth of Dominica received grant funding from the OECS/USAID Early Learners Programme (ELP) to implement an innovative and interactive programme for both students and parents that has delivered positive reading results. As part […]

Make-up free Savannah Chrisley shares snaps of her ‘painful’ sunburn while on romantic holiday with fiancé Nic Kerdiles in the Cayman Islands

By DEIRDRE SIMONDS FOR DAILYMAIL.COM Savannah Chrisley may have forgotten to reapply her sunscreen, but the reality TV star isn’t letting her sunburn stop her from enjoying the Cayman Islands with fiancé Nic Kerdiles. The 22-year-old, best known for appearing on Chrisley Knows Best, shared a makeup-free snap of herself featuring her largely sunburned face as […]

5 February 2020: Novel coronavirus (nCoV) – Epidemiological Update

On 31 December 2019, Wuhan Municipality in Hubei Province, China reported a cluster of pneumonia cases with unknown etiology. By the 9th of January 2020, the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention identified a novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) as the causative agent of this outbreak. On 30 January 2020, with more than 9,700 confirmed cases […]