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The Editor speaks: Is it premature to remove our Speaker?

I have lamented in some of my Editorials at the slowness of some members of the Legislative Assembly to get pressing legislature passed quickly. Some take months and some take years. Some remain stalled, seemingly forever. Not so when it comes to removing the Speaker of the House, McKeeva Bush. First to start with an […]

Coronavirus cases in UK could rise ‘significantly’, says PM

From BBC There could be a “very significant expansion” of the number of cases of coronavirus in the UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned. Speaking to BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg, Mr Johnson said the possibility of further transmission of the virus was “clearly on the cards”. It comes as the number of cases […]

Stay in the Loop: Week ending 21 February, 2020

From CARICOM Secretariat In this episode, Communications Officers at the CARICOM Secretariat, Ms Tusankine English-Francis and Ms Michelle Nurse, present a weekly news roundup of the latest from the Caribbean Community. You can also follow our Social Media Platforms and be sure to click the subscribe button link below to stay in the loop. Highlights:                                                                                                      […]

Cayman: Partial closure of Crewe Road for Airfield Works Resumes, 2-6 March

From RCIPS A portion of Crewe Road, west of the Owen Roberts International Airport runway, will be closed overnight for the next five nights, from 2 to 6 March, between 10:00PM and 4:00AM. During these times, Crewe Road will be closed between the roundabouts at Smith Road and Printer Way. This is to facilitate continued […]

Caribbean Export leveraging EU support for private sector growth in 2020

Bridgetown, BARBADOS, March 2, 2020 – The new decade ushers in a new focus by the Caribbean Export Development Agency to leverage the support of the European Union (EU) to bolster private sector growth within the Caribbean.  This year marks the 4th year of implementation of the EU’s 11th European Development Fund (EDF)Regional Private Sector Development Programme, which […]

Wayne Griffiths, new Chairman of the Board of Directors of CUPRA

The CUPRA Tribe continues to grow The current CEO is now also the brand’s senior executive CUPRA expands its team in order to achieve a turnover of one billion euros Martorell, 02 March 2020 – Wayne Griffiths (Dukinfield, United Kingdom, 1966) has been appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of CUPRA. Griffiths thus adds this […]

Cayman: Man charged for Burglary and Cocaine offenses

From RCIPS At about 1:15AM on Saturday, 29 February, officers responded to a report of a burglary at an address on West Bay Road north of Marsh Road. The occupants of the residence discovered a man not known to them who had entered the home. Upon being discovered the man fled the location with a […]

Cayman: Dress For Culture Day 2020

FRIDAY 13 2020 Just 10 days to go! Plait a visual tapestry of beauty and harmony by dressing in your cultural clothing on Friday 13th March 2020 and represent one of the 135 + nationalities here in the Cayman Islands. ADULTS $5 | STUDENTS $3 When you participate you help raise funds for the Cayman […]

Cayman: Man charged for East End wounding

From RCIPS Early on the morning of Wednesday, 26 February, officers responded to a report of an assault at an address on Sea View Road, East End. Two men had been at the location when one brandished a knife and used it to wound the other in the neck. The victim was taken to hospital […]