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Archives for November 26, 2021

How to recycle at home

By by Svetlana Lungu From Why Matters Shopify agency We all have our own list of excuses as to why we don’t recycle waste properly whether this be at home, at work or at school. Well, given the current climate crisis, there now really can be no excuse so perhaps a few practical tips might be useful even when […]

Cayman: RCIPS launches 2021 Recruitment Training

On Monday, 22 November, the RCIPS Training and Development Unit (TDU) began a training class of twenty-three (23) new recruits, who have begun their journey to becoming Police Constables within the RCIPS. The Commissioner of Police Mr. Derek Byrne led the commencement and swearing in ceremony for the new recruits, 16 of whom are young […]

Cayman: Man charged in relation to Threatening Social Media Video

From RCIPS On Wednesday, 10 November, a man age 63 of Cayman Brac was arrested in relation to a video which was posted on social media, in which the man made threats against government officials and members of the uniformed services. The man has now been charged with Dangerous Transmission, and Use of an ICT […]

Cuba: Five Years After Fidel

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde / Globetrotter Fidel Castro died five years ago, but I feel like decades have passed in Cuba since November 25, 2016. Trump arrived and passed slowly with his string of sanctions that have felt worse than ever because of the pandemic. Then came Biden with his faint-hearted court, reeling us each […]

Chocolates hampers – Delicious gift ideas for all occasions

Special occasions are rare opportunities to make our loved ones feel cherished. Plan ahead for the upcoming dates on your calendar by listing possible gifts and ordering these ahead of time. You have endless options at your fingertips thanks to the proliferation of online stores. Just think about what the recipients might enjoy and what […]

Cayman: George Town man Charged with Burglary and Drug Offences

From RCIPS A 35-year-old-man has been formally charged with Burglary contrary to the Penal Code (2019 Revision), Possession of Ganja with Intent to Supply and Consumption of Ganja contrary to the Misuse of Drugs Act (2017 Revision). The charges are in relation to a burglary that was reported to the police on 3 November, where […]

Cruise ship to return to Cayman

First Cruise Ship Given Permission to Return to Grand Cayman in December By Robert McGillivray From CRUISE HIVE After more than 20 months, The Cayman Islands gives permission for the first cruise ship visit in December, with Nieuw Statendam from Holland America Line. A surprise decision from the Cayman Islands government this week as it […]

PG Diploma in Digital Business

PG Diploma in Digital Business by Emeritus | Accepting Applications DOWNLOAD HERE Why enroll for PG Diploma in Digital Business? The Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Business program is aimed to help you design strategies and evaluate business models that grow your organization in this thriving age of digitalization. Learn with real-world digital success stories of leading global […]

Cayman – UPDATE: Missing vessel located, 26 November

From RCIPS Update (26 November): Shortly before 10:00PM last night, 25 November, the vessel that had been reported to be in distress earlier that morning was located, having run aground on the reef near Hungry Iguana, Little Cayman. A Cayman Islands Fire Service vessel with CIFS and RCIPS officers attended the location, and was met […]

Cayman: DEH Bulk Waste Collection ends on Saturday

Grand Cayman, November 25, 2021 – The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) is reminding North Side and East End residents that the schedule for the collection of bulk waste in those districts will be completed on Saturday, November 27, 2021, as this year collection of bulk items comes to an end.  Over the last four weeks, […]