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2021 Startup Huddle St. Lucia Presentation of Awards Masquerade Gala Sourcing, Connecting, Empowering through Education, Training & Entrepreneurship Posted by SLUDTERADecember 3, 2021 Announcements, Articles, Business, Competitions, Empowering Women, Entrepreneurship, Networking, Startup Huddle, Startup Huddle St. LuciaTags:#AWEinStLucia, #SHSL, GEN, SLUDTERA, Startup Huddle St. Lucia SLUDTERA would like to inform its readers and followers that we hosted the 2021 Startup Huddle St. Lucia Presentation of Awards Masquerade Gala on Tuesday, […]

Cayman: New COVID-19 testing requirement for international travel to the USA

From Cayman Airways As of December 6, 2021, all passengers flying into the United States of America (USA) aboard international flights must present a negative COVID-19 PCR or certified Antigen LFT test result taken no more than one day prior to departure, in order to travel. This requirement comes under a new international air travel policy […]

Winner of 10K $US Raffle – R3 Foundation / CITA Vaccination Drive

The Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA) in partnership with the R3 Foundation, have announced a winner in its ten thousand US dollars grand prize raffle, which aimed to entice people to get their COVID-19 vaccination. Following a random draw process facilitated jointly by the CITA and the Health Service Authority (HSA), the name of long […]

Cayman: John Gray High School Graduates Excel in External Exams

On Tuesday evening (30 November), hundreds of family members, friends and well-wishers logged on to Facebook and YouTube to view John Gray High School’s (JGHS) 2021 graduation ceremony held  in its gymnasium under the theme, ‘Oh the Places You Will Go!’ In attendance at the ceremony were 155 members of the graduating class, members of […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Booster Gap Shortened to Three Months

Grand Cayman, 3 December 2021 – All persons aged 18 and over are now eligible to receive booster shots three months after their second COVID-19 vaccination.  The reduction in wait time for the booster is a precaution as we enter the holiday season, in light of the recent development of the Omicron COVID-19 variant. Public […]

IMF Georgieva Inflation Growth

The head of the IMF warned that inflation and emergence of new Covid-19 variants is threatening global growth prospects, Kristalina Georgieva said Thursday in Washington, DC. “Even before the arrival of this new variant, we were concerned that the recovery, while it continues, is losing somewhat momentum y because of slowdown in the two countries […]

Cayman: COVID-19 booster gap shortened to three months

Grand Cayman – The Public Health Department has announced that all persons aged 18 and over are now eligible to receive booster shots three months after their second COVID-19 vaccination.                 The decision comes as a precaution in light of the recent development of the Omicron COVID-19 variant. While research is still being conducted on the […]

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Cayman: Vaccine Booster Programme Update Graphics

Why hiring a Truck Accident Attorney is a wise decision?

Hiring a truck accident attorney is a wise decision. You will need to gather evidence, and your lawyer will need to prove that the other party is at fault. This is especially true if the crash was your fault. The lawyer should confirm that the truck driver was at fault and that you were not. […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Wake up and smell the Chow Mein

By Sir ronald Sanders From The Gleaner, Jamaica A television interviewer asked me if I thought Caribbean countries, and other developing territories, would benefit from the ‘war for influence’ that the European Union (EU) has launched against the People’s Republic of China.  He was referring to the announcement by the EU Commission president, Ursula von […]