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Kick the Federal Reserve to the curb, Martin

By Melissa Martin “The Federal Reserve should be abolished because it is immoral, unconstitutional, impractical, promotes bad economics and undermines liberty.” –Ron Paul  “The Federal Reserve is one of the most dangerous creatures ever to stalk our land.” – G. Edward Griffin.  The U.S. government granted power to the Federal Reserve (a private company) to […]

Cayman to establish Agricultural Trade with Honduras

Grand Cayman – The Cayman Islands Government, through the Ministry of Agriculture, is moving forward to establish direct agricultural trade links with Honduras in an effort to strengthen the Islands’ food and nutrition security. This follows an exploratory mission to Honduras last week led by the Minister of Agriculture Hon. Jay Ebanks, Chief Officer Eric […]

Developing a Tech Workforce in the Cayman Islands

Cayman Enterprise City, Digital Cayman and Stepping Stones Technology  is hosting a special seminar on developing a tech workforce in the Cayman Islands. “Tech Talks” discussion will take place on Thursday, 14 July 5PM at The Boathouse Grill,  Speakers include: Ben Bailey, SteppingStones Ravi Campbell, Dart  Colin Smith, The Agency  Malcolm Todd, Maples  Panelists will discuss […]

Cayman: Man Charged with 5 Offenses in Relation to Domestic Incidents

A man, age 29 of George Town, has been arrested and charged with three counts of Assault ABH and one count of Damage to Property, in relation to a series of domestic incidents which took place between 6 May and 16 June. He has also been charged with Breach of a Protection Order, contrary to […]

Cayman Government gives residential customers electricity cost relief

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – The Cayman Islands Government is offering a fuel cost credit to residents across all three islands to help alleviate the price of electricity this summer. In anticipation of the sharp increases in electricity costs due to rising global fuel prices, in May the Cayman Islands Government approached Caribbean Utilities Company […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update – 1 July, Positive cases from 23-30 June

Public Health has released COVID-19 figures for 1 July. Positive cases reported to Public Health during this period are currently as follows: There are 818 estimated active cases of COVID-19 in the Cayman Islands. Eleven patients are currently hospitalised, of these two are unvaccinated. The 7-day rolling average for 28 June is 50. There were […]

How mental health plays adverse effect in pregnancy?

From Mental Health Problem & Solutions How mental health plays adverse effect in pregnancy? Ankit Kumar, studying about life and human psychology. @beingspiritual Written Jun 21 NOT ONLY IN PREGNANCY BUT MENTAL HEALTH IS VERY NECESSARY AND WE CAN’T IGNORE IT/NOW A DAYS LOT OF STUDENTS ARE IN DEPRESSION AND THEY ARE VERY MUCH FRUSTRATED […]

Safe migration needed as migrants die on borders

By Miriam Karmali, Freedom United Law & policyBorder law leads to 53 dead in Texas tragedyAt least 53 migrants died this week attempting to cross the U.S. Mexico border in a sealed truck. Human trafficking rhetoric continues to be used by governments to deflect responsibility for political choices that cause these tragedies. Freedom United is urgently […]

3 July Weather in Cayman & Tropical Report

Sun 3 July 2022 TROPICAL REPORT ATLANTIC Tropical Weather Outlook Atlantic – Caribbean Sea – Gulf of Mexico Tropical Weather Outlook (en Español*) 800 AM EDT Sun July 3 20221205 UTC Sun July 3 22022 Tropical Weather Outlook Text Tropical Weather Discussion Eastern North Pacific (East of 140°W) Tropical Weather Outlook 500 AM PDT Sun July 3 2022 Tropical Weather […]