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Archives for June 21, 2021

Cayman Opposition’s response to PACT Government Border Opening

On behalf of the Opposition, I thank the Government for finally addressing the country on their plans regarding re-opening our borders to tourism. It has been some two months since PACT took office, and it should not have required a press conference by the Opposition to prompt them to address the country on this critical […]

Colours Caribbean celebrates their One Year Anniversary

GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS, 20 June 2021: Colours Caribbean—formerly Colours Cayman—celebrated their first year as a locally registered non-profit organisation on 19 June 2021 at Central Terrace, Bayshore Mall with an anniversary fundraiser, featuring Governor Martyn Roper as the keynote speaker. The event kicked off with drinks, music and a complimentary buffet followed by a […]

Cayman: The first-ever online Prāṇāyāma Summit, organized by local yoga expert Mirabelle D’Cunha and endorsed by the Chopra Foundation, raises funds for Covid-19 relief in India

(George Town, Cayman Islands) June 21, 2021: Globally renowned teacher, trainer, and yoga expert Mirabelle “Sivajyoti” D’Cunha has proudly announced the launch of the first-ever online Prāṇāyāma Summit.  The historic summit, endorsed by the Chopra Foundation, an initiate of Deepak Chopra, features 21+ wisdom keepers for a free event created to fundraise for Covid Relief […]

Slim Down Fast

Why I LOVE apple cider vinegar… From BioTrust One of the main reasons why I absolutely LOVE apple cider vinegar (ACV) is… It gets you into a fasted state faster. Kind of a tongue twister, right? 🙂 Here’s what I mean… When you fast… Your body quickly turns to your stored fat for energy. So instead of burning up hundreds of […]

Watchdog: Hunter Biden’s Big Art Buyers must be revealed

By Eric Mack  From Newsmax Hunter Biden is dabbling in art and potential hidden, big-dollar purchases of his paintings have people concerned it could be a sneaky way to grift pay-for-play schemes off his family name, particularly from undisclosed foreign buyers. In fact, the “elegant bribery” of subjective artwork is a “widespread” practice in China, according to The […]

The two P2P Network features that Internet Must-Have nowadays

Did you know that, according to Varonis 2019 Global Data Risk Report, on average, only 5% of companies’ folders are adequately protected?  The fact that various difficulties were brought with COVID-19 in 2020 drove corporations toward remote staff and cloud-based technologies where information vulnerability created a massive need for companies to improve their cyber assets […]

Biden has a chance to oversee biggest River Restoration Project in U.S. history

Removing four dams would promote salmon recovery, clean energy, agriculture and Indigenous rights. By Amy Souers Kober / Independent Media Institute It’s hard to put into words what wild salmon mean to the Pacific Northwest. They are the heartbeat of the region’s rivers, and the annual return of salmon from the Pacific Ocean helps sustain […]

Cayman: NAU In Our District extended from July to December

NAU In Our District Extended The Ministry of Social Development Needs Assessment Unit (NAU) has decided to continue with its NAU is In Our District initiative. Existing and potential NAU clients can continue to access the unit’s services at the following locations:

CHTA and ASTA join forces to boost Member Benefits

MIAMI (June 21, 2021) – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) and the American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) have teamed up to strengthen the relationship between travel advisors and the region.The partnership between the two organizations is intended to generate synergies in areas such as advocacy, information exchange, and cross-organizational membership.  Vanessa Ledesma, […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 21 June 2021, ONE NEW positive, 88,911 total COVID-19 vaccinations given

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 566 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Friday, 18 June, 2021. There was one positive result in a traveller.   A traveller toward the end of the 14-day quarantine has been admitted to the Critical Care Unit at the Cayman Islands […]