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Archives for October 25, 2021

Reuters ICYMI – Afghan orphanages appeal for funding as billionaire-backed space race sends Captain Kirk to space

From Reuters In the wake of a Taliban takeover and frozen foreign funds, Afghan orphanages are being forced to make tough calls amid fears that their calls for help will go unanswered. Reuters spoke with Ahmad Khalil Mayan, director of a large Kabul orphanage, who says that he’s cutting back on the amount of fruit and meat […]

Cayman: Cocktail Trivia Night! Tuesday 26 Oct

Cocktail Trivia! We’re hosting a nice Tuesday night trivia session at Craft Food & Beverage, on Tuesday 26th, starting at 7pm. Think you know a little something about beer, wine and spirits?  Maximum teams of 6, $15 includes welcome cocktail and benefits Canine Friends. Heads up – if your team name is funny enough, I’m […]

Cayman: Police investigate Indecent Assault on Eastern Avenue

From RCIPS Earlier this morning, 25 October, officers received a report of an indecent assault which had taken place on Eastern Avenue at about 4:30AM. A woman had been walking on Eastern Avenue, south of Saturn Close, when she passed a male unknown to her on a bicycle. The male then approached her from behind, […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 25 October 2021, 81 NEW Positive

The Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee, reports that as of 8a.m. Monday, 25 October there have been 1,646  PCR tests since the last report on Friday, 22 October.  Of these, there are two positive travellers tested on exit from quarantine and 81 positive tests from the community including 13 children.  Dr. Lee noted that these are three […]

Gordon Solomon Clothing & Art

Gordon SolomonClothing & Art In the upcoming weeks I will be doing a special feature:“Ten weeks before Christmas”I’ll be highlighting my Vida clothing line, designed with a painting style I call “Drip”  This clothing collection is based on the art exhibition “Dear Diary” (2017)The exhibition was inspired by a journal entry Alta wrote in 2016 simply […]

CUPRA claims its first Extreme E podium at the Island X Prix in Sardinia

Mattias Ekström and Jutta Kleinschmidt finished the Island X Prix in second place, achieving their best result of the season The e-CUPRA ABT XE1 delivered incredible performance in an extraordinarily demanding event CUPRA climbs to fifth place in the general classification before the season finale in the UK in the Jurassic X Prix Sardinia, 25 […]

UK: London tenant demand peaks pre-pandemic levels

From James Lockett ProperPR The latest property market analysis by London lettings and estate agent, Benham and Reeves, has revealed that tenant demand is returning to the capital and the pandemic slump in rental prices is also starting to reverse.  Benham & Reeves, one of the capital’s largest letting agencies, is reporting phenomenal growth compared to […]

Purchase of small Parcel of Land on L.T.

Purchase of small Parcel of Land on Little Cayman in Mahogany Bay/Phosphate Park subdivision at the west end of the Island 25th October 2021 – Blossom Village, Little Cayman, Cayman Islands, 22 October 2021– The Little Cayman District Committee of the National Trust For The Cayman Islands is very pleased to announce the purchase of […]

Cayman: Single vehicle collision involving a motorcycle on Old Robin Road, North Side

From RCIPS Just before 11PM on Saturday, 23 October, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre to a report of a motor vehicle collision that took place along Old Robin Road in North Side. The collision appeared to have involved a single motorcycle that collided in the bushes off the […]

OECS raises 4.9 Million Dollars In-Kind and cash support for St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Stronger Together Campaign Delivers $355,536.78 in Cash Monday, October 25, 2021 — The Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission is honoured to fulfill its commitment to providing relief and recovery resources to St. Vincent and the Grenadines following the devastation and displacement caused by the eruptions of the La Soufriere Volcano in April of […]