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Archives for February 4, 2021

Cayman: Alex Panton Foundation 2021 Annual Symposium theme announced

“Youth Mental Wellness: Reflection, Recovery, Resilience” The Alex Panton Foundation has announced that its 4th annual symposium will take place Saturday February 20th 2021 at the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman from 10am – 3pm.  The theme, “Youth Mental Wellness: Reflection, Recovery, Resilience” recognises the turbulent year that 2020 was for Cayman’s youth. At the symposium, the […]

China advances the liberation of women with Red Detachment Theme Park

On the eve of the Communist Party of China’s centenary in July 2021, the story of the country’s first women’s military brigade in the 1930s continues to find life in popular culture and the imagination of the Chinese people. By Tings Chak / Globetrotter “Are you a proletarian?” asks the brigade commander. Receiving no response, […]

Cayman: YMCA Leaders for Youth Conference

The YMCA is pleased to be hosting their 6th Annual Leaders for Youth Conference this Saturday, 6th February.  This is the largest training initiative of the Y for the year and we are happy to be able to offer the event in person! The theme this year is “Recharge” – Discovering your source of power. The event […]

RCIPS service vehicle involved in a collision in George Town

From RCIPS Just after 1PM today, 4 February, police officers on mobile patrol on Godfrey Nixon Way in George Town observed a stolen vehicle exiting a gas station in the area. The unit attempted to stop the vehicle, however were unable to do so. The unit then attempted to follow the vehicle and in doing […]

What is Mindfulness in the Workplace and why you need to introduce it to your employees

When it comes to owning a business, great employees are the first step on the road to success. They often have first contact with the client, and their job performance, or even corporate security, can have a significant impact. And when the environment in the workplace is not the best, you can’t expect your business […]

Mangrove Discovery Camp

Cayman Islands Mangrove Rangers Mangrove Discovery Camp Great Success The Cayman Islands Mangrove Rangers launched its first Mangrove Discovery Camp in celebration of World Wetlands Day (February 2nd). The two day camp involved a series of fun hands-on activities based on the Marvelous Mangroves curriculum which has been taught in all Cayman schools for over […]

Which Caribbean casino is worth a visit?

For most locals, island-hopping to Aruba or St. Kitts to check out a new casino isn’t as easy as packing their bags. Think of it this way: there are 700 islands in the Caribbean composing 13 countries, but only a handful are home to top-of-the-line casinos. For this reason, many gamers today choose to get […]

Cayman: RCIPS hosts career tour for young people

On Friday, 29 January, the RCIPS hosted a group of young Caymanians to provide an overview of the various career options within the Service followed by a tour. The presentation and tour were organised by the RCIPS HR Unit and announced via a Career Flyer post on RCIPS social media channels. The selection of 14 […]

Cayman pilots endorse Boeing B737-8 Max returning to service

From CAPA ( Cayman Airline Pilots Association) Below is a letter of endorsement from CAPA ( Cayman Airline Pilots Association) about the Boeing B737-8 Max returning to service. 

Gov. Ron DeSantis to Newsmax TV: Florida will lead in taking on Big-Tech Cartel

By Eric Mack From Newsmax Disgusted by big tech censorship, “political manipulation,” and election meddling, Republicans need to take a stand and lead, even as others may be inclined to look away, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis tells Newsmax TV. “What we’re doing is really providing a framework to create a social media environment, and a broader internet […]