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Archives for February 15, 2021

Cayman: Collision involving police service vehicle

From RCIPS Shortly after 8:30 PM on Friday, 12 February, officers responded to a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Watercourse Road and Hell Road in West Bay, involving a police service vehicle and a gold Honda Accord. The vehicles collided and the service vehicle then collided with a nearby fence, causing damage. The service […]

Cayman: Traffic collision on Shedden Road

From RCIPS Shortly after 9:30PM on Saturday, 13 February, officers responded to a traffic collision on Shedden Road, west of Vibert Bodden Drive, involving a white Toyota Aristo and a grey Volkswagen Golf. The Toyota had left the roadway, overturned, and collided with a fence and the Volkswagen which was parked at the location. Both […]

RCIPS: Police investigate commercial burglaries

On Friday morning, 12 February, officers responded to a report of a burglary at a medical facility on Smith Road in the vicinity of Pines Drive. The burglary occurred sometime between 6:00PM on Thursday, 11 February and 7:00AM Friday. The culprits took a safe containing cash, along with cash from two cash tills, totaling over […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 15 February 2021 – THREE NEW positives, 16,292 vaccines administered

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 500 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Friday, 12 February 2021. Three were positive. The individuals are travellers who tested positive following routine screening. They will remain in isolation until considered recovered. The number of people in isolation, either at […]

Biden’s EPA nominee must act on forests to be an environmental justice champion

Michael Regan’s support of the wood pellet industry has devastated the health of rural low-income communities of color. By Scot Quaranda / Independent Media Institute The confirmation process for President Joe Biden’s nominee to head the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NC DEQ) Michael Regan, has begun. While many environmental […]

Stay in the Loop – February 05, 2021 edition

In this episode, Communications Officer at the CARICOM Secretariat, Ms. Tusankine English-Francis, presents a weekly news roundup of the latest from the Caribbean Community.  Highlights: 0:01:04 RESULTS-BASED MONITORING:CARICOM SG lauds international support to measure the results of regional integration0:07:34 DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS:Germany affirms interest in forging closer ties with CARICOM0:11:11 COVID-19 Vaccines: CARICOM Member States slated to receive the first shipment […]

8 startups selected to join Mena’s first Cultural and Creative Startups and SMEz Accelerator IBDA3

A business acceleration program that entails developing ideas and providing guidance, marketing, and networking with investors “Ibda3″ Startup Accelerator begins its journey in the Jordanian Entrepreneurial ecosystem by embracing 8 ideas and startup companies specialized in multiple creative industries. Amman- February- “IBDA3″, a theme-based startup and SME accelerator supporting entrepreneurs and innovators in the cultural […]

Cayman: Alta & Gordon Solomon New Music Release

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Out of crisis comes opportunity – BASIL SPRINGER COLUMN (FEBRUARY 8, 2021)

“We know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.” – Romans 8:28 My parents were born in 1914 at the beginning of the first World War. My father sojourned to surpass three score and 21 years, and my mother […]

The top advantages of tailor-made software for your business

The name sounds pretty strange to those who haven’t heard of it before. Before we start talking about its advantages, we are going to make a brief intro. So, what does tailor-made software represent? It is a solution that is all about a personalized approach to executing a product you or your corporation have in […]