May 20, 2022

Archives for May 6, 2022

PAHO establishes high-level commission on mental health and COVID-19  

Washington, DC, 6 May, 2022 (PAHO) – Dr. Carissa F. Etienne, Director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), today launched the High-level Commission on Mental Health and COVID-19. The commission will prepare guidelines and recommendations to reduce the impact on mental health caused by the pandemic, and the related suffering in the population of the Region.  […]

WH Abandons Oval Office for Press Events Due to Lack of Teleprompter for Biden

From Jeffrey Rodack From Newsmax The White House has largely stopped using the Oval Office for press events — in part because it can’t be permanently equipped with a teleprompter for President Joe Biden to read from, according to Politico. Instead, officials have opted to use a White House stage in the old Executive Office building […]

Cayman: LIFE welcomes new Executive Director

Cayman’s literacy charity, Literacy Is For Everyone (LIFE) has announced the appointment of its new Executive Director – Erica Dell’Oglio. Dell’Oglio has been with LIFE since July 2020, previously in the role of Volunteer and Programmes Coordinator. In that role she coordinated all of LIFE’s programmes, volunteers and community events including Paired Reading, Book Donations, […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update – 5 May, 202 NEW Positives (May 3-4)

Public Health has released COVID-19 figures for 5 May. Unfortunately, an elderly patient with severe comorbidities has passed away. This brings total COVID-19 related deaths in the Cayman Islands to 28. Positive cases reported to Public Health during this period are currently as follows: Tuesday 03/05/2022 113 Wednesday 04/05/2022 78 There are 1,302 estimated active […]

Making Waves Awards created to celebrate Caymanians overseas

Cayman Connection is launching an initiative to celebrate high-performing Caymanians overseas. The “Making Waves Awards” will recognise Caymanians studying, working and living abroad who have made outstanding contributions to, and excelled in their respective fields at a regional or global level.  Ms. Kate Kandiah, Executive Director of Cayman Connection said, “We are thrilled to shine […]

Collas Crill announces promotion in its Cayman office

Collas Crill has announced the promotion of Annalisa Shibli to Senior Associate in its Dispute Resolution team in Cayman. Annalisa joined Collas Crill in July 2021 as an Associate, having spent more than seven years in Cayman and Hong Kong at another offshore law firm. She was admitted as a Cayman attorney in 2014 and […]

Cayman: Spring 2022 Labour Force Survey Starts Sunday, 1st May 2022

The Fall Labour Force Survey (LFS) conducted by the Economics and Statistics Office (ESO) will begin on Sunday, 1st May 2022. The LFS seeks to collect data on employed and unemployed persons in the Cayman Islands, as well as those who are not in the labour force. Trained interviewers with ESO ID cards will administer the […]

Little Cayman DG’s 5K Challenge on This Weekend (May 1st)

The Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge (DG’s 5K) event in Little Cayman is taking place this weekend, Sunday, 1 May 2022. Start time is 6.30am, beginning at the Hungry Iguana Restaurant (also known as ‘The Iggy’). Course Route is as follows: 1.   Start at the Hungry Iguana Restaurant2.  Turnaround point by the airport’s windsock3. Proceed and turnaround […]

6 May Weather in Cayman

Fri May 6 2022 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Moderate easterly winds along with slight to moderate seas will continue across the Cayman area for the next 24 hours as a high pressure system lingers over the western Atlantic Ocean. Today – Some clouds this morning will give way to generally sunny skies for the afternoon. […]