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Archives for January 2022

WATCH: End orphanage trafficking

From “Miriam Karmali, Freedom United” [email protected] As we close out National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we are pleased to be joined by Brittany Correll from Go Overseas, an organization placing volunteers abroad, to discuss how the tourism industry can be allies in ending orphanage trafficking.  You can now watch the full event here.  Orphanage trafficking has […]

Media & Entertainment Law360

Friday, January 28, 2022  TOP NEWS Stormy Daniels Tells Jury Avenatti Lied And Stole From Her Former Michael Avenatti client Stormy Daniels took the witness stand Thursday in the criminal case accusing the celebrity lawyer of defrauding the adult film actress out of hundreds of thousands of dollars from a book deal, saying Avenatti “stole from […]

Accepting applications for the Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning programme by Singapore Management University

Emeritus on behalf of Singapore Management University DOWNLOAD HERE Programme Details STARTS ON24 March 2022 DURATION2 Months,4-6 hours per week FORMATOnline PROGRAMME FEESUSD 1,400 DOWNLOAD BROCHURE Why study Data Science for Decision-Making? The global artificial intelligence and machine learning market size is expected to surpass USD 309 Bn by 2026. With no signs of slowing, […]

Cayman: Man arrested in relation to West Bay road assault incident

From RCIPS Update (28 January): Yesterday, Thursday, 27 January, a man, age 33 of West Bay, was arrested on suspicion of assault GBH in relation to the assault incident which took place at The Strand complex on West Bay Road on Monday, 3 January. He has been granted bail with conditions as investigations continue. Initial […]

Neglected tropical diseases: PAHO calls for an end to delays in treatment in the Americas 

These preventable and treatable conditions are almost absent from the global health agenda, with little attention and funding. Washington, DC, January 28, 2021 (PAHO) – On the eve of the first World Day for Neglected Tropical Diseases, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is urging governments to provide comprehensive and universal care for the millions of people […]

Cayman: Department of Commerce and Investment Office Closure Friday, 04 February 2022

Grand Cayman, 21 January 2022 – The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) wishes to advise the public that the DCI Office will close early on Friday, 4 February at 12:00 pm to facilitate a staff function. Members of the public are encouraged to visit the Department of Commerce and Investment website http://www.dci.gov.ky/ or contact on 244-2287, 244-6677, or email at [email protected] or [email protected] for more […]

Cayman Islands Platinum Jubilee Celebrations begin in February

Grand Cayman, 28 January 2022 – The Cayman Islands Government will launch a number of activities from early February as part of worldwide celebrations to commemorate Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.  On 6 February 1952, 70 years ago, Princess Elizabeth acceded to the throne becoming Queen Elizabeth II and beginning her now seven decades of […]

30 Jan Weather in Cayman

Sun Jan 30 2022 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Small craft should exercise caution over open water. Mostly cloudy and windy this morning becoming partly cloudy this afternoon. A few clouds tonight. Humidity: 56% (DOWN from yesterday)UV: 5.0 MODERATE (DOWN from yesterday) Expected temperatures: 70°F to 78°F. Yesterday: H 80.6°F  L 72.2°FWinds: Today: ENE 20-30 mph Tonight: […]

29 Jan Weather in Cayman

Sat Jan 29 2022 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Plenty of sunshine today and clear skies tonight. Humidity: 89% (UP from yesterday)UV: 6.5 HIGH (DOWN from yesterday) Expected temperatures: 77°F to 80°F. Yesterday: H 85.4°F  L 68.8°FWinds: Today: N 20-30 mph Tonight: N 20-30 mph Barometer: 1014.00 mb Steady Rain: Last month: 1.24 inLast 24 hrs (since […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update – 28 January 2022, 392 New Positives [at 26 Jan]

Public Health has released updated COVID-19 figures for 23-26 January. (Public Health is responsible for compiling  a 24/7 stream of data from all testing centres in the Islands. As such numbers reported at a particular time of day may be subject to change if new data arrives thereafter.) Positive cases reported to Public Health from […]