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Archives for July 7, 2020

COVID-19 “Key Workers”

The British Photographic Assignment 2020: COVID-19, Entry “Key Workers” Entry by Photographer George Coppock Key Workers. Not all heroes wear capes! This project is focusing on front line Key Workers in my local village who in this world wide pandemic are continuing to work/volunteer to keep us safe & healthy from the covid19 Virus. These images […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Testing Update 7 July 2020 – NO NEW positives

The Medical Officer for Health, Dr Samuel Williams-Rodriguez, reports 583 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since it was last reported.  None of these were positive.

The Editor speaks: Turning signals that are rarely used and never ticketed

Turning signals are rarely used by motorists here in the Cayman Islands. Failure to use turning signals. even if it is witnessed by the Cayman Island Police Traffic Unit, the offending motorists are never ticketed. Failure to use turning signals correctly, or not used at all, cause accidents. At the public meetings organised by the […]

St. K-N: PM Harris, The Attorney General and The Chief Medical Officer to answer audience questions Tuesday (7) night on Leadership Matters

The St. Kitts-Nevis Government’s widely watched Leadership Matters virtual forum series will air tonight, Tuesday, July 7th, 2020 with Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris headlining its 11th installment on ZIZ TV (Channel 5 or from 8:00pm to 10:00pm. Joining the Prime Minister on the panel and answering audience questions will be Attorney General and Minister of […]

St K-N: Statement concerning the citizenship status of Ramon Olorunwa Abbas

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has become aware of reports and rumors concerning the Federation’s citizenship of a Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, allegedly a person of interest to the United States FBI. We note that the Nigeria-born Mr. Abbas, 37, was granted a St. Kitts and Nevis passport in February 2020 by virtue of his […]

Puzzles for July 7-8

Puzzles for Jul 7-8 2020 Number search/Sudoku/Word search/Crossword TODAY’S CROSSWORD PUZZLE #5 YESTERDAY’s CROSSWORD PUZZLE #4 SOLUTION

EPP Group ready to put on the boxing gloves when trade is at stake

The EPP Group says new tools will protect EU interests in future trade disputes. Parliament’s Trade Committee is voting to give teeth to the so-called Enforcement Regulation. This means the EU can trigger countermeasures when dispute settlement procedures are blocked at the WTO.

Strengthening borders reopening measures in the OECS member states through wider COVID-19 testing

By Desmond Simon Chargé d’affaires / First Secretary, Embassies of the Eastern Caribbean States & Missions to the European Union, Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States OECS secures additional COVID-19 tests Monday, July 6, 2020 — Brussels (Belgium) – OECS Member States continue to forge ahead with strategic measures to reopen their borders and to jumpstart much-needed […]

PM Mottley of Barbados calls for radical regional integration to fast-track economic growth for the ‘New Caribbean’

Monday, July 6, 2020 — “The Caribbean should not be invisible for many and disposable for some,” said Prime Minister of Barbados and Chairman of CARICOM, Hon. Mia Mottley, at a recent online event hosted by the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States (OECS Commission).   In her discourse, Prime Minister Mottley pointed out that: “The Region should not […]

BASF recognized by General Motors as a 2019 Supplier of the Year Winner and with Overdrive Award for Sustainability

BASF was recognized as a Supplier of the Year during a virtual ceremony on June 24 This is the 15th time that BASF has been honored as a Supplier of the Year BASF was also honored with the coveted Overdrive Award, recognizing the depth and breadth of BASF’s portfolio of sustainable solutions BASF was named a GM Supplier of the Year by General Motors […]