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Archives for October 15, 2021

West Bay man Charged in relation to shooting incidents and drug related offenses

A 29-year-old-man of West Bay has been charged with two counts of Possession of an Imitation Firearm with Intent to Commit an Offence, contrary to the Firearms Act (2008 Revision). The charges relate to the Shedden Road and Canal Point Drive shooting incidents which took place early in the morning of Monday, 11 October (see […]

Cayman: Governor, Premier inaugurate Poppy Appeal

Grand Cayman, 15 October 2021 – The annual poppy appeal for donations to benefit the 40 members of the CI Veterans Association (CIVA) kicked off today with a ceremony at the Wharf Restaurant.                To start the appeal, His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Martyn Roper and Premier, Hon. Wayne Panton were pinned with symbolic poppies, which […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 15 October 2021, 15 NEW Positives, 110,130 vaccinations given

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that as of 8am Friday, 15 October, there have been 947 PCR tests since the last report on Thursday, 14 October.  From these, there were 15 positive tests, comprising two positive tests in travellers and 13 positive tests from the community, five of which were in children.  […]

5 specific points of writing and citing law essays

Essay writing is typically daunting. Yet, when you have a subject as complex as law, it becomes even more challenging because of certain specific requirements.  Knowing these requirements is essential if you’re aiming at a high mark. Practice is also a must, and it takes time. If your deadline is near, you can order an […]

10 ways to deal with boring subjects

How many times at school during a lesson you’ve thought: “Ugh, I will never need this in my life”? We all have been there. So, we wish to move on as soon as possible. Of course, we may turn to an essay service for writing paper in the subject we don’t like. This makes our […]

7 Aspects to compare when choosing between academic institutions

Even though it’s only the beginning of a new school year, it is never too late to think about your future. Some students know what they want to do later in life, and others need to have a brainstorming session about their careers. In any case, you have to do your own research when choosing […]

Cayman: Ombudsman Issues Data Protection Guidance to Employers on Covid Vaccination Requirements

15 October 2021 The Office of the Ombudsman has issued general guidance on data protection issues Cayman employers must consider before recording employees’ COVID-19 vaccination status. The guidance is issued in light of the recently approved vaccination requirements regarding work permit applications and renewals in the Cayman Islands. The guidance will also be useful for […]

Cayman: Securing our garbage is important

From Department of Central Health Grand Cayman, October 15, 2021 – The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) is encouraging residents to examine their garbage enclosures and ensure they are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner to prevent animals from accessing them. “One man’s trash can be an animal’s treasure! It has been brought to our attention that […]

Cayman Islands Seafarers Monthly Meeting (Tue 19) cancelled

“The Cayman Islands Seafarers Association wishes to inform all Members that there will NOT be a General Meeting, on Tuesday 19 October at 7:30 PM. in the Seafarer’s Hall, 11 Victory Ave. Prospect.”

71% of cyclists in Belfast have been involved in an accident

With over two thirds of cyclists in Belfast having been involved in an accident whilst on the roads, what can be done to improve cyclist safety? Out of the 15 cities surveyed, the capital of Northern Ireland reigned the most likely for cycling injuries.   What is the most dangerous city for cyclists in the […]