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Home Office Transformation: Affordable ideas that anyone can do

A home office is the need of the hour. You could be an entrepreneur or a work-from-home employee, but a subtle and stable workspace is something we all need. It not only brings more discipline to our work but also makes it easier to focus on your work and be more attentive towards it.  Many […]

What it’s like to watch a harpooned whale die right before your eyes

Author Paul Watson has no problem with critics calling him and his marine-life-defending colleagues pirates—it’s far better than helplessly standing by and doing nothing in the face of the violence against animals they have witnessed. By Paul Watson / Independent Media Institute In 1975, Robert Hunter and I were the first people to physically block […]

Cayman Enterprise City wins Global Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Practices Award

Cayman Islands’ Special Economic Zones Recognised with 2021 Excellence Award in ESG Practices from fDi Intelligence by the Financial Times   Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (19 October 2021) – The Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) special economic zones development project has won an Excellence Award in Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) Practices by the Financial Times’ fDi Intelligence […]

Near 1,400 to graduate during virtual ceremony at The UWI Cave Hill Campus this weekend

The UWI Cave Hill Campus, Barbados. Thursday, October 21, 2021— The UWI, Cave Hill Campus in Barbados will host its virtual graduation ceremony for 1,382 graduands on Saturday, October 23.  This year’s ceremony will see the first cohort of students graduating from the Campus’ new Faculty of Culture, Creative and Performing Arts which was established […]

OPINION: St. Vincent in Crisis

By Nathan Jolly. October 19, 2021. The years 2019 to 2021 will be remembered as the most significant global pandemic since Spanish influenza.  As COVID 19 and its mutated variants encompass the globe, it leaves a trail of human destruction in its wake.  Worldwide there are hundreds of thousands of lives lost, millions of persons […]

Business style, strategy & aspirations of Textile Engineering Industry

Interview #3 From Seema Srivastava, Executive Director, India ITME Society It is my pleasure to share with you that India ITME Society has taken another innovative approach as a catalyst for the textile and textile engineering industry. India ITME Society a 42-year-old nonprofit Industry body has become a trend setter for out of box ideas […]

Want healthy kidneys with a healthy lifestyle? Here are some top tips!

Kidneys are one of the body’s major organs that play a vital role in the healthy functioning of the body system. However, kidneys are also prone to several diseases due to numerous factors, including poor eating habits, physical activity, or family history. It takes care of electrolyte balance, blood pressure, pH, and removing harmful elements […]

Cayman: Operation Quaker to resume focus on night time speeding

Beginning this Friday, 22 October, the RCIPS will be shifting the focus of its ongoing traffic enforcement operations, under the name Operation Quaker, and targeting night time speeding and drunk driving especially where serious traffic incidents have been occurring. This renewed focus of Operation Quaker will consist of increased police presence and traffic enforcement at […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 21 October 2021, 28 NEW Positives, 111,027 vaccinations given

From Ministry of Health and Wellness The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that as of 8a.m. Thursday, 21 October, there have been 874 PCR tests since the last report on Wednesday, 20 October. Of these, there are 28 positive tests which are all from the community and include six children.   Both of the […]

Gardener Donates Plants

Gardener Donates Plants to Pedro St. James [Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – October 21st, 2021] The management and staff of Pedro St. James offers a special thanks to Ken Nutter who donated several plants including 10 coconut trees, two each of papaya and ackee trees and a guinep tree this past week [Wednesday 20th October], […]