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Archives for May 10, 2021

UK: Industry reacts as house prices hit 5 year high

From James Lockett PropergandaPR Director of Benham and Reeves, Marc von Grundherr, commented: “Rishi’s rabbit out of the hat in the form of a stamp duty holiday really has been magic where the revival of the UK property market is concerned. House prices are booming, driven by a surge of buyers keen to save while […]

Cayman: Investigation launched into Incident at Clifton Hunter High School

The Department of Education Services (DES) advises that the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) has undertaken investigations of an incident involving three Clifton Hunter High School students, who fell ill after allegedly ingesting food that contained an unknown substance. Of those involved, two individuals have already been identified and excluded from the school until the investigation […]

Cayman: UCCI Innovation Tour taken by the Force

Two groups of local entrepreneurs, investors and mentors toured the tech side of Cayman on Tuesday and Thursday, May 4 and 6, getting a close-up view of what the island nation has to offer and what it might bring to the future. The tour participants also got a taste of a galaxy far, far away […]

Cayman: RCIPS Community Police Officers organize Community Revitalization Project in Windsor Park

From RCIPS On Saturday, 1 May, the RCIPS Community Policing Unit along with the residents of Windsor Park gathered at the Windsor Park Community Park in honour of the revitalization project that was organized by the Windsor Park Community Officer – PC Tamara Jackson.  PC Jackson envisioned making the park more of a clean and […]

UK: Noisy lockdown neighbours push a third of us to up sticks and move

By James Lockett Research from homebuying platform, YesHomebuyers, has revealed that in addition to the search for more space, noisy neighbours are the biggest reason for homebuyers leaving their last property. Yes Homebuyers asked 1,059 homebuyers to have completed in the last six months what the biggest reason for leaving their last home was? The search […]

Women.Code (Cayman) Course starts soon

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – The Gender Affairs Unit (GAU) gave a $2,500 cheque as part of its ongoing support of the Women.Code (Cayman) programme on Wednesday, 5 May 2021. The donation, to the not-for-profit tech training provider: Code Cayman, will be used to finance its fifth Women.Code (Cayman) course (Tuesday, 25 May – Tuesday, 29 June 2021). The free […]

Sagicor Cayman launches e-Life Insurance Platform

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Sagicor Life of the Cayman Islands has introduced its online insurance platform, e-Life, to customers in the Cayman Islands that will make it easier for them to access the company’s services. Sagicor’s e-Life platform is the first service of its kind to be launched in the Cayman Islands where clients can choose […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 10 May 2021, TWELVE NEW POSITIVES, 71,807 doses administered

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 702 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Friday, 7 May 2021. There were 12 positive tests in travellers. Approximately half of these were found in travellers on arrival and half when screened on exit from quarantine.  All will remain in quarantine […]

Hypothyroidism causes digestion problems

From Newsmax Dr. David Brownstein, M.D., writes:  Many patients suffering from thyroid deficiency, or hypothyroidism, do not produce enough stomach acid. Stomach acid is necessary to properly digest food as well as eliminate bacteria from food. Low stomach acid production can result in bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine. One study found 54 percent of […]

Audiophile Masters, Vol. 1

By Scott McGowan Director, Hi-Fi Specialists, From PS Audio This one is a little different. Octave’s previous records have been exhibitions of individual musicians, their songs collectively culminating in a single piece of art—the album. But with so much great music in our midst, Paul and I felt compelled to share our most recently recorded […]