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Cayman: Liquor Licence Holders require Trade and Business Licence

The Department of Commerce of Investment wishes to advise current holders of liquor licences, without a trade and business licence, to submit an application to the Trade and Business Licensing Board before August 31, 2020. Effective October 1, 2020, all liquor licence holders are required to have a valid trade and business licence along with a liquor licence to sell […]

ST K-N: NEWS FLASH! VENUE CHANGE: PM Harris’ first press conference of his second term to be held in NEMA’s Conference Room at Lime Kiln, Basseterre tomorrow [Friday, July 3rd]

Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris’ first press conference of his second term in office will be held tomorrow,Friday, July 3rd, 2020 from 10:00amin the Conference Room at the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in Lime Kiln, Basseterre.  Due to spacing limitations and physical distancing protocols, tomorrow’s press conference will be restricted to one representative per […]

COVID-19 Testing Update, 2 July 2020 – NO NEW POSITIVES

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr John Lee, reports 252 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since it was last reported.  None were positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 disease.

A complete guide to marijuana pills

The Stunning Benefits of Cannabis Pills There are many cannabinoids in the marijuana plant, but none have been studied in greater depth than THC and CBD. THC is a psychoactive cannabinoid and the reason that cannabis has spent so much time-fighting prohibition. It’s popular among recreational users as it creates a “high,” but many don’t […]

UPDATED: Cayman Appeals Court finds in favour of Government re – port vote

Original Story  A victory won by Shirley Roulstone from the Cruise Port Referendum campaign and the National Trust in the Grand Court last year has been overturned by The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal today (2). According to a brief summary of the decision, the senior justices said the government’s port referendum law, was constitutional […]

Moving from Seattle

Moving from Seattle to the Caribbean in 2020 Moving to the Caribbean sounds like a dream until one tries to do it. Or at least begins the research. It would make perfect sense if someone from Seattle, in the North Pacific, would want to move to the sunny and warm Southeast. But relocation to this […]

US buys up world stock of Remdesivir

By Jeffrey Rodack From Newsmax Virtually all the supply of remdesivir for the next three months has been bought up by the U.S. The drug, used to treat COVID-19, is made by Gilead. And according to The Guardian newspaper, the U.S. has now bought more than 500,000 doses, which is all of the company’s production for July and […]

Cricket: Sir Everton Weekes – West Indies legend dies aged 95

From BBC Legendary West Indies batsman Sir Everton Weekes has died at the age of 95. Weekes, who scored 4,455 runs at an average of 58.61 in 48 Tests, is the only man to make centuries in five consecutive Test innings. He was known as one of the ‘Three Ws’ alongside fellow West Indies greats […]

OECS announces launch of the SDM Business Model Competition

Register now to be a part of the event on July 10! The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission and Republic Bank Limited will host the Launch of the Sustainable Development Movement (SDM) Business Model Competition virtually on Friday, June 10th 2020 at 10:00am EST. The SDM Business Model Competition is part of a broader strategy geared towards […]

Verified Tourism Stipend Registrants advised to monitor email for Ministry of Tourism outreach

The Cayman Islands Ministry and Department of Tourism will be contacting by email those registrants who have qualified for the displaced tourism employees stipend. The email will be sent to verified registrants only and should not be shared as it will include a link specific to the verified applicant for securely providing their banking details. Persons are […]