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Archives for May 17, 2022

Cayman: CUC Sports Release : “2022 Inter-Primary Cricket Review – Round 2”

Inter-Primary Cricket Competition continues An exciting Round 2 of the 2022 Inter-Primary Cricket Competition concluded on Friday, May 13 with five out of six scheduled games played at various venues across the Island. The new season began on Friday, May 6. In Zone A, Prospect Primary and Cayman Prep B recorded victories while in Zone […]

“EU must become independent of Russian energy”

The EU must make Europe independent of Russian energy sources. In this context, the focus is primarily on reducing energy consumption. The mechanical engineering industry offers a wide range of solutions. Brussels/Frankfurt 17/05/2022 – Commenting on the European Commission’s RePowerEU plan, Thilo Brodtmann, Executive Director of VDMA, says: “The European Union must make a joint effort […]

NEW ACTION: Anti-trafficking means safe migration!

From Freedom United Governments are restricting immigration rules around the world and claiming they’re doing it to end human trafficking. We say: not in our name! Sign the petition! This is urgent. Governments are using anti-trafficking rhetoric to justify these harmful policies. Right now, immigration legislation is being passed, such as the Nationality and Borders Bill in the […]

Maples Group announces Partner and Of Counsel promotions in the Caribbean region

Maples and Calder, the Maples Group’s law firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of five of its lawyers in its Cayman Island offices further strengthening its deep bench of expertise in the region. The Partner promotions included Adam Huckle (Financial Services Regulation, Dispute Resolution & Insolvency), Christina Gordon (Funds & Investment Management), Nick Herrod […]

Cayman: CEC’s economic impact over a decade has reached USD 662 Million

Cayman Enterprise City publishes Economic Impact Assessment by Marla Dukharan George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (17/05/2022) – Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) has publicly released its annual Economic Impact Assessment on the special economic zones (SEZs) development. Written by Marla Dukharan, global economist and leading advisor on Caribbean region economic performance initiatives, the report assesses the economic and socioeconomic impact […]

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – ‘God Save the Queen’

IN HONOUR OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II’sPLATINUM JUBILEE YEARA WORLDWIDE NEW RELEASE OFTHE UK’S NATIONAL ANTHEM‘GOD SAVE THE QUEEN’ DOUBLE A-SIDE SINGLE FEATURESSARAH BRIGHTMAN, ALFIE BOE,THE NHS VOICE OF CARE CHOIRAND ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Warner Music and iTunes UK ProceedsWill Be Donated to the British Red Crossto Help People in Crisis Hello Everyone …In […]

Health City Cayman Islands founder promises expanded educational opportunities, as staff are rewarded for excellent service

Health City Cayman Islands founder promises expanded educational opportunities, as staff are rewarded for excellent service Dr. Devi Shetty, the world renowned cardiac surgeon whose vision it was to create Health City Cayman Islands, has said he plans to further establish the internationally accredited specialty hospital as a leading medical education institution serving the Caribbean […]

Man charged in relation to George Town assault incident

From RCIPS Update (17 May): A man, age 21 of George Town, was arrested in relation to an incident involving a serious assault, which took place on Sunday, 20 February, outside the Power Supply Bar on Lawrence Boulevard. The man was subsequently formally charged with Robbery and Assault, and appeared in court on Friday, 13 […]

24-karat Gold CDs

By Scott McGowan From PS Audio This is so cool. Octave’s got a couple of new albums out today, but we’ve also adopted a new format that I’m pretty eager to tell you about: 44.1kHz versions of original DSD masters, each pressed on 24-karat gold CDs. In addition to our standard SACD and download versions, […]

Monkeys infected with transmissible diseases are trucked across U.S.—Where’s the Transportation Department?

Experimenting on monkeys is cruel—and keeping them is a threat to public health. By Lisa Jones-Engel / Independent Media Institute “Ramadewa looked at the numerous troops of monkeys. They were at ease and happy and showed their liveliness. All their movements, their noisy voices, their way of sleeping on branches made him happy just to […]