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Archives for February 11, 2020

MOVE 2020 – follow us live

MOVE 2020 one of the world’s most important mobility events takes place 11-12 February at London ExCel. We’re gearing up for MOVE 2020, which starts today at London’s ExCel Centre. You can get real-time updates from the event on Twitter: @Auto_Futures, as the Auto Futures team provide on-site production and live interviews with some of the industry’s most exciting global companies. MOVE event brings […]

Cayman: Spring 2020 Labour Force Survey starts Sunday, 8 March 2020

From The Cayman Islands Economics and Statistics Office The Spring Labour Force Survey (LFS) conducted by the Economics and Statistics Office (ESO) will begin on Sunday, 8 March 2020. The LFS seeks to collect data on employed and unemployed persons in the Cayman Islands, as well as those who are not in the workforce. Trained […]

The Editor speaks: “The lady doth protest too much, methinks”

The above is one of the most famous lines from the pen of William Shakespeare. It’s from “Hamlet” and although my quoting it has nothing to do with the character in the play, it came immediately to mind when I saw “a peaceful protest” is being planned this Saturday. We have so many protests going […]

Maples Group Number 1 Listing Agent on Cayman Islands Stock Exchange

Maples and Calder, the Maples Group’s law firm, is pleased to announce that it has retained its position as the number one listing agent on the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange (the “CSX”) having advised on 47% of all CSX’s listings in 2019. The Group’s global listings team is an acknowledged leader in listing services with […]

Cayman: Water-Related Death

From RCIPS Feb 11 2020 Shortly after 9:30AM today, 11 February, officers responded to a report of a person in distress at the West Bay Dock. A woman had been out diving when she encountered difficulties, lost consciousness, and was brought back to shore. Emergency services attended the scene and she was transported to the […]

Cayman: CAL flight operations return to normal following ORIA runway closure

February 11, 2020 Cayman Airways’ flight operations at Owen Roberts International Airport (ORIA) returned to normal as of February 11, 2020, following the re-opening of the runway at 7am. The Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA) had closed the runway from approximately 4pm on February 10, 2020, with a brief opening of part of the runway […]

Inspiring trips

Inspiring trips to celebrate International Women’s Day Enterprise Rent-A-Car wants to bring inspiration to all those women who venture out every day. We want to promote women’s tourism and invite all adventurous women to visit wonderful places around Latin America and the Caribbean with us. From Costa Rica, Guatemala, Colombia and Honduras, we bring unique […]

Cayman: Motorists advised to exercise caution during Valentine’s Mile, Sun 16 February

From RCIPS Race Caribbean will be hosting their annual Valentine’s Mile road race on Sunday, 16 February at 4:00PM. Participants will start at Goring Avenue and travel south onto Walkers Road then west onto Memorial Avenue, north onto South Church Street and east onto Warwick Drive,ending at Bayshore Mall. The event is expected to be completed by 4:30PM Motorists are advised […]

Cayman: Renovated Red Cross Shelter and HQ Re-opening

WHO: Minister for Financial Services and Home Affairs, Hon. Tara Rivers WHAT: Re-opening of CI Red Cross Hurricane Shelter and HQ building WHEN: Wednesday, 12 February 2020 | 12 noon to1pm WHERE: CI Red Cross Building (across from Farmers Market) PARTICIPANTS: Red Cross Director Jondo Obi, officials, staff, volunteers BACKGROUND: Renovation was started two years […]

Jamaica: Jamaican isolated after symptoms progress amid coronavirus concern

From Jamaica Gleaner Jamaican health authorities are reporting that a patient who was being quarantined after returning home from China is now showing a “progression of symptoms” of the Coronavirus. The patient had been quarantined as part of measures imposed by the Government late last month in response to the Coronavirus that has so far killed […]