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The Editor speaks: How can a contract be won and still be negotiated?

Having been involved for many years in contract documentation I am puzzled at what on earth the bidders on the wast management facility were actually bidding on. We have now heard some words from Premier Alden McLaughlin after the fire at the dump finally burnt someones breeches into action. I wonder if we had heard […]

This beer is made from surplus ‘wonky’ crumpets

By Rachel Thompson from Mashable Britain is a crumpet-loving nation. So much so that one bakery brand has found a way to make beer out of waste crumpets.  Bakery brand Warburtons has created an IPA brewed with leftover ‘wonky’ crumpets — waste food that hasn’t quite made the cut.  In case you’re unfamiliar with the […]

NYC struggling to keep up with virus cases; National Guard called into suburb

By Greg Richter From Newsmax here are so many new cases of coronavirus being reported in New York City that officials are having trouble keeping up with the number, Mayor Bill de Blasio told reporters Tuesday. “They’re coming in so intensely now that being able to give you a detailed case breakdown, we’re not in […]

Coronavirus: UK Health minister Nadine Dorries tests positive

From BBC Health minister and Conservative MP Nadine Dorries says she has been diagnosed with coronavirus. Ms Dorries, the first MP to test positive, said she had taken all the advised precautions after finding out, and had been self-isolating at home. It comes as a sixth person died from the virus in the UK, which […]

Coronavirus: Troops sent to New York ‘containment zone’

From BBC New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced a one-mile (1.6km) coronavirus “containment zone” around a town north of New York City. New Rochelle has seen “probably the largest cluster” of US cases, he said. National Guard troops will be used to clean schools in the town and deliver food to any quarantined individuals. […]

World Bank approves US$20 million to strengthen human capital resilience for youth and vulnerable in Saint Lucia

By Hannah McDonald-Moniz External Affairs Officer, The World Bank Courtesy The World Bank Tuesday, March 10, 2020 — WASHINGTON — The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved today a US$20 million Human Capital Resilience Project for Saint Lucia to improve skills relevant to labor market demands and strengthen the social protection system through increasing resilience […]

FRC’s Women’s Day Brunch

Cayman: FRC’s International Women’s Day Brunch Fundraiser a Success CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS)– The Family Resource Centre (FRC) marked International Women’s Day at the Kimpton Seafire Resort Hotel on Sunday (8 March). The brunch for a cause, hosted as part of FRC’s Honouring Women Month, celebrated the diversity, strength, complexity and resilience of women past and […]

About Psoriasis

From National Psoriasis Foundation Psoriasis is an immune-mediated disease that causes raised, red, scaly patches to appear on the skin. Psoriasis typically affects the outside of the elbows, knees or scalp, though it can appear on any location. Some people report that psoriasis is itchy, burns and stings. Psoriasis is associated with otherserious health conditions, […]

Miss Cayman in the Brac

Miss Cayman Islands Universe in the Brac Kadejah Bodden made her first official visit to Cayman Brac during her reign as Miss Cayman Islands Universe. She was there from 6-9 March.  All images supplied.