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Archives for April 13, 2020

St K-N: PM Harris’ opening statement on Inside the News – April 11th

Prime Minister of St. Kitts and NevisDr. the Hon. Timothy Harris’ Opening Remarks on WINN (98.9) FM’s Inside the News – Saturday, April 11th, 2020 As Prepared for Delivery INTRODUCTION The Medical Chief of Staff, Dr. Cameron Wilkinson, joins me today and I want to thank him for taking the time, at this very special time in […]

Cayman: Man arrested following collision with police vehicle

From RCIPS April 13 2020 Earlier this evening, 13 April, an officer on vehicle patrol in the vicinity of Godfrey Nixon Way, George Town, had cause to stop and speak to members of the public. While the police vehicle was stationary, a person at the location got into a vehicle and drove it in a […]

Cayman Islands Government does have a plan says premier

Premier’s Statement, Press Briefing Monday 13th April George Town, Grand Cayman: I just want to say a few things based on my following of what’s being discussed by some members of the public on social media and elsewhere. Although I’ve spoken about most of these things before I think they bear some need for reinforcement. […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update for Monday, 13 April 2020 – 1 positive, all beaches off limits, apartment block lockdown

Out of 44 latest test results received, one has tested positive and 43 negative. The positive person has a travel history. ·        One positive person among the five admitted to hospital is now on a ventilator. ·        A containment area has been created around an apartment complex in George Town after one person who tested positive has […]

Martin: When the world is grieving

By Melissa Martin Individuals across the globe have died from COVID-19. Whether we knew them personally or not—we may cry, feel sadness, experience loss, and find ourselves mourning. Why? Because we are reminded of our own experiences with loved ones who have died. These past painful emotions can resurface during tragedies. Feelings of hopelessness and […]

The Editor speaks: God really is trying to save us

A man stuck on a rooftop and flood waters rising A fellow was stuck on his rooftop in a flood. He was praying to God for help. Soon a man in a rowboat came by and the fellow shouted to the man on the roof, “Jump in, I can save you.” The stranded fellow shouted […]

UPDATE: Local coronavirus cases rises by 1 to 54 positive today April 13th.

One more case found positive of coronavirus victim today (13). This brings the number of coronavirus victims in the Cayman Islands to fifty-four. One of them is located on Cayman Brac. All swimming and beach activities, including walking, will not be allowed until further notice. A full report of the Government Press Briefing will be […]

House, garden, and wild plants that are poisonous to dogs

From PuppyWire Knowing which plants can be harmful to your dog is very important. I encountered this topic after moving into a new house with landscaping plants I knew nothing about. The dogs really were interested in checking them out but I kept them away due to the fear of not knowing if they were […]

What are the benefits and drawback of Progressive Glasses?

Progressive glasses or varifocal glasses are one and the same kind of eyeglasses that facilitate the user to wear one pair of eyeglasses irrespective of having more than two eyesight disorders.  We all know that lenses carry prescription and that they can be either convex or concave to correct the eyesight disorders. However, Progressive Glasses […]

13 Apr Weather in Cayman

13 Apr Mon 2020 SYNOPSIS Moderate east to southeasterly winds along with slight to moderate seas will continue across the Cayman area over the next 24 hours in association with a high pressure system over the Western Atlantic Ocean. Humidity:68% (DOWN from yesterday)UV: 13.9 EXTREME (DOWN from yesterday)Temperature: Today’s expected temperatures – 78°F to 90°F. […]