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Puzzles Jun 1

Puzzles for Jun 1 2020 Number search/Sudoku/Word search/Crossword TODAY’S CROSSWORD PUZZLE #2 YESTERDAY’s CROSSWORD PUZZLE #1 SOLUTION

Recipe of the week

Sheet Pan Pork Chops With Sweet Potatoes and Apples From Yummly Description Tender brown sugar pork chops, caramelized sweet potatoes, and apples are the perfect combination of savory and sweet in this easy dinner made on one sheet pan. The recipe is a Yummly original created by Sara Mellas. Ingredients  1 1/2 pounds sweet potatoes 3 red baking apples (medium, like […]

First repatriation flight from Cayman to Jamaica announced

From The Cayman Islands Governor’s Office The Jamaican Honorary Consulate and the Governor’s Office have announced that the first repatriation flight to Jamaica has been authorised by the Jamaican Government for this Thursday, 4 June 2020. The aircraft will be operated by Cayman Airways.  The passenger list for the outbound flight has been compiled by […]

Focus on sanitation for Cayman Islands Tourism reopening

The Cayman Islands tourism industry, understandably the hardest hit industry of the economy during the COVID-19 crisis response, is preparing for a robust rebound when borders reopen by developing industry standards for sanitation. Through in-depth research and analysis of global/regional standards, detailed review of the guidance and best practices from leading public health agencies in […]

Three-year Cayman Islands Tourism Recovery Plan

The recovery of the Cayman Islands tourism industry and return as a top pillar of the economy is the highest priority for the Ministry of Tourism (MOT) which has laid a blueprint for success through the next phases of the COVID-19 crisis and the years to come.  A multifaceted three-year strategic plan is in development […]

Cayman: DV Intervention Training provides insights to frontline staff

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – On average, a domestic violence survivor sustains 33 assaults before seeking help. This and other statistics were part of the latest Domestic Violence Intervention Training Programme (DVITP) held on 25-29 May 2020.             The Family Resource Centre’s (FRC) five-day interactive workshop was delivered remotely on the Zoom meetings platform. Twenty-three attendees took […]

Youth take the lead during Plastic Free Cayman’s virtual event

George Town — Despite mandatory stay-at-home orders and island-wide curfews, local environmental advocacy group, Plastic Free Cayman, successfully hosted a free screening of a new full-length documentary, The Story of Plastic, and brought one of its stars “digitally” to the Cayman Islands on May 30, 2020. Over 150 local activists and supporters of Plastic Free […]

COVID-19 Testing Update 1 June 2020 – 9 new positive cases

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr John Lee, reports 805 COVID-19 tests which have been carried out since Friday’s press conference.  There are nine positive results.   Six are assumed to be locally acquired cases picked up through screening and contact tracing has started.   One is someone who has returned from travelling and two are contacts […]

The Tiananmen Square Massacre: From China’s authoritarian roots to the iconic “Tank Man”

From Ammo.com China is often described as the next superpower to top America within the next few decades. At first glance, such an assertion makes sense. The country’s vast geography, natural resources, rich history, and tech-savvy populace puts it in a position to thrive in the 21st century. However, China’s rise as a superpower is […]

Little Mozart

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio When 6-year-old Wolfgang Mozart performed at the court of Bavaria in Munich, he was an instant hit—a child prodigy who could tickle the ivories better than many adults. Of course, Mozart could also write music and that is what we remember him most for. When 3 1/2 year old […]