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Archives for May 25, 2020

41st NCVO Telethon

HeARTS from Home Edition in Memory of Miss Olive Miller, OBE From Miriam Foster CEO N.C.V.O The NCVO’s 41st Telethon: HeARTs from Home Edition will be in loving memory of our Founder & former Board Member, Ms Olive Miller, OBE. She was a passionate woman who deeply cared about the needs of the community, especially children. Since […]

Cayman: Monday, 25 May 2020 COVID-19 Update – 5 new positives

Out of 975 tests today, there are five positives: one was a contact of a previous known case and four from the screening programme The next BA air-bridge to the UK will take place in the first half of June. The Cuban government will provide the Cayman Islands with previously requested medical personnel. Grand Cayman […]

Jamaica: BRT Weekend Festival promoter strategizes on new execution plan despite COVID-19

The organizers of Beach Road Trip Weekend drafted a COVID- 19 safety- plan in preparation for the permissible of event concerts and festivals. Their strategy focuses the implementation of protection measures including onsite COVID-19 screening by health professionals, disinfectant equipment and areas, revised check-in and bar service procedures, increasing security personnel, and strongly enforcing the […]

OPINION: SVG’s Argyle Airport still a danger

By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green. May 25, 2020. Peter Binose, on March 28, 2016, wrote, “Argyle Airport is due to open, here is the lowdown.” Firstly, he wrote about the theft of the land that Argyle International Airport is built on, that situation has never been corrected. But he also wrote about the inadequacies of SVG […]

Adjusting to new worlds

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio  have now been on this planet for 72 years and in that time I have seen some radical shifts: the Cuban missile standoff, the assassination of our president and his brother, men walking on the moon, commercial jet travel, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Beatles, hippies, Vietnam, […]

Reasons why your startup should expand to the Caribbean

Expanding your startup to the Caribbean may seem like a strange idea at first. After all, not a lot of people are familiar with what the Caribbean has to offer and only consider it as a famous vacation spot. Well, to help combat this, we are going to take a closer look at why your […]

COMMENTARY: Stranger than Granger

By Joel Liburd When the world looked on as Guyanese went to the polls two months ago, no one could have predicted today’s predicament. The election date itself was shrouded in controversy for months, triggered by a no-confidence vote in the national Parliament that led to the great debate, which was finally settled by a […]

Cayman Airways adds extra repatriation flights to Miami for June

In response to the ongoing high demand for repatriation flights from Cayman to Miami, Cayman Airways Limited (CAL) has now added flights on June 12 & 26, 2020. This will result in a series of Miami repatriation flights that will operate on June 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2020, with the same flight schedule as previously announced: FLIGHT DEPARTS GRAND CAYMAN […]

Design thinking: Envisioning post-COVID-19 futures in the Caribbean

OECS CBU Hosts Final in Series of Webinars Monday, May 25, 2020 — Roseau, Dominica — As the curtain comes down on its webinar series targeted at the creative industries sector, the OECS Competitive Business Unit (CBU) is bringing creatives and other regional producers of goods and services together in what is expected to be a […]

Cayman: George Town man charged in relation to two burglary incidents

From RCIPS A 43-year-old-man of George Town has been charged with Burglary, Theft, Damage to Property and Breach of Curfew following his arrest on Friday 22 May. The man was arrested in relation to a burglary incident that took place at a bar located on Mary Street, George Town on Sunday 17 May. The 43-year-old […]