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Archives for October 14, 2021

Cayman Islands Regiment starts 2021 Recruitment

The Cayman Islands Regiment (CIR) aims to recruit new volunteers for its third cohort of recruitment. The CIR is looking for physically able individuals between the ages of 18- 50 years old who are Caymanian and Permanent Residents of the Cayman Islands to join. Candidates are expected to complete the four-phase recruitment process. Phase one […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Vaccine Schedule –OCT 2021

For more information go to: https://www.hsa.ky/public-health/coronavirus/

Cayman: Deadline Extension: National Heroes Day Nomination Forms – now Sat 23 Oct

The deadline for submitting National Heroes Day nomination forms is being extended by a week to midnight, Saturday, 23 October 2021. The theme for the 2022 celebrations is ‘Honouring Our Uniform Services.’ Forms can be filled in online at https://www.celebratecayman.ky/, or downloaded to complete by hand. Hard copies of the nomination form are also available at the receptions […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 14 October 2021, 16 NEW Positives, 109,91 vaccinations given

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that as of 8am Thursday, 14 October, there have been 896 PCR tests since the last report on Wednesday, 13 October.  From these, there were 16 positive tests, comprising four positive tests in travellers and 12 positive tests from the community, four of which were in children.  To date, […]

Qatar’s empty promises

By Krysta Bisnauth, Freedom United It’s been over a year since the Qatari government passed labor reforms that were historic for the Gulf Region in theory ending the kafala system which binds migrant employees to employers regardless of the employee’s wishes or circumstances.  We’ve been keeping a watchful eye and from what we see, the kafala system is alive […]

Genesis reaffirms Scottish Open

GENESIS REAFFIRMS SCOTTISH OPEN PARTNERSHIP FOLLOWING SUCCESS OF 2021 GENESIS CHAMPIONSHIP The four-day Genesis Championship, held from October 7th in Incheon, Korea, has been successfully completed Global Head of Genesis Brand Jay Chang and PGA Tour and PGA European Tour representatives attended an awards ceremony, revealed the Scottish Open’s new logo and had a pin flag […]

Las Vegas Pride

Celebrating Las Vegas Pride with a Weekend of Fabulous Fun The Annual Event Celebrating the LGBTQ+ Community Features a Parade, Festival and Special Events LAS VEGAS – LGBTQ+ Pride is woven into the fabric of Las Vegas and celebrated throughout the year in the inclusive destination. Every October, that revelry amplifies as visitors and locals alike come […]

Reebok’s PrimaLoft Beatnik

Reebok’s PrimaLoft Beatnik Is the Warmest & Most Comfortable Version Yet Boston, MA – October 8, 2021 – Today Reebok officially announces the fifth and final Beatnik launch of the FW21 season – the Beatnik “PrimaLoft Pack.” As with previous drops, the PrimaLoft Pack campaign is accompanied by lifestyle imagery shot and stylized by Daniel Pacitti. This Beatnik construction […]

Which Canadian stocks should you buy?

Canada boasts vast natural resources and a booming mining industry, making it an attractive country for international investors. Of all of Canada’s different stock exchanges, the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) is the most popular and one of the largest stock exchanges in North America. The TSX features more mining and energy companies than any stock exchange in […]

Cayman: La Ceiba airport’s sudden downgrade halts CAL’s jet flights

The Goloson International Airport in La Ceiba, Honduras, has issued an official Notification To Airman (NOTAM), with no prior notice, effectively downgrading the airport’s operational capabilities to Category 6 with immediate and permanent effect, resulting in Cayman Airways not being able to operate its Boeing 737-8 jet aircraft into that airport.  “The International Civil Aviation […]