January 25, 2022

Archives for December 2021

Cayman: COVID-19 Update – 31 December, 137 NEW cases, 44 confirmed cases of Omicron

Grand Cayman – Chief Medical Officer (Interim) Dr. Autilia Newton reported 137 new cases of COVID-19, nine in travellers and 128 from the community on Friday, 31 December. Public Health reported 751 PCR tests were conducted since the last report on Thursday, 30 December, of which 88 were positive. Forty-nine positive lateral flow tests (LFTs) were […]

Cayman: Statement by the Premier on the Knighthood of Hon Alden McLaughlin

Hon. Alden McLaughlin, MBE, QC, JP, MP to be KnightedBy Premier Hon. G. Wayne Panton, JP, MP, December, 2021 The Government of the Cayman Islands is delighted to note the decision of Her Majesty the Queen to confer on Hon. Alden McLaughlin, MBE, QC, JP, MP the honour of a Knighthood in the New Years Honours […]

Emigrating to the Cayman Islands: Should I sell my property?

There are many different accompanying decisions and things we need to handle when a relocation awaits. Of course, although every experience is unique, some things are typical and universal for every relocation. Emigrating to the Cayman Islands is something many people dream of. However, it comes with a set of challenges. One of the most […]

Cayman: Quarantine and Isolation Reminders

Over the long holiday weekend Travel Cayman reminds the public to avoid visiting, or collecting items, including money, from individuals who are in quarantine and isolation. Travel Cayman thanks the public and persons in quarantine and isolation for helping to keep the Cayman Islands safe. (GIS)

UPDATE: Cayman – RCIPS Requests Public Assistance to Locate Missing Woman and Infant – FOUND

From RCIPS UPDATE – 31 December 2021: Karen Vanessa Osegura and her daughter, who were reported missing yesterday, Thursday, 30 December, have been located and both appear to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance in this matter. Original Story Karen Vanessa Osegura-Bodden, age 39, a Caymanian of Honduran origin, last […]

Cayman: 2006 Nissan Skyline Reported Stolen – UDATE Missing Vehicle Located

Update:   Shortly before 7:00PM last night, 30 December, a 2006 Nissan Skyline that had been reported stolen on the 27 December, from North Church Street George Town, was located on David Foster Drive, George Town. There was no visible damage to the vehicle.  Police are investigating the circumstances of the stolen vehicle and would like […]

Cayman: Sister Islands Liquor Licensing Board Extends Bar Hours on Fridays Only

From the Department of Commerce and Investment With effect from Friday, 31 December 2021 (New Year’s Eve) liquor licence holders in the category of retail bars are permitted to open until 2 a.m. on Friday nights only, with liquor sales ceasing at 1.50 a.m. All liquor licenses in the Package category will also have an […]

All Access Audio Summit 2022

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Eric Dalius Miami: 7 ways to make your office more enjoyable like a Starbucks storefront!

Is your workplace like a stale, old cup of office coffee? Do you wish you had an unlimited version of the Starbucks secret menu at work? Here are seven ideas to help make your workspace as fresh as that Grande latte with an extra shot of espresso. Let’s face it: the corporate world isn’t exactly […]

17 ways to grow your personal brand using Google+ by Eric Dalius Miami

And here I was thinking that Google+ was going to be a flop? Think again! The social network is rapidly growing and shows no sign of stopping. In fact, the site recently reached 10 million users, which is an impressive number considering it’s still invite-only. How will you use this ‘brand new’ network to increase […]