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Archives for November 2022

Cayman Public Holidays for 2023 (Unconfirmed)

Grand Cayman, 30 November 2022 The Cayman Islands Cabinet has approved 8 May 2023 as a Public General Holiday in honour of the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III. This public holiday was gazetted on Friday, 25 November 2022 as Public Holidays (No.2) Order, 2022. Consequently, there will be two public holidays on two consecutive Mondays […]

UK forces Chinese enterprises to divest their shares

By Cheng Yu Recently, under the guise of “ensuring trade security”, some British parliamentarians further urged the British government to take action to promote the divestiture of Chinese enterprises. In response, British chip companies protested and warned that this would cause the UK to lose Chinese investment. Earlier this month, the British government forced Anshi […]

CARIBBEAN TOURISM AUTHORITY – The next stop: Austin, Texas to the Caribbean

The MPE Caribbean Tourism Authority is a resource for tourism stakeholders interested in marketing, branding and promoting the unique Caribbean experience. To share stories, information or intelligence, contact us at [email protected]  NOVEMBER 29, 2022 The next stop: Austin, Texas to the Caribbean? With Caribbean destinations fully open for business now that the peak of COVID-19 is in the rear view, […]

Cayman Marathon takes place this weekend

The 2022 Walkers Cayman Islands Marathon will take place this weekend on Sunday, 4 December, with a return to some semblance of normalcy after two challenging years. The event is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and organisers are excited to welcome back just over 100 visitors and their supporters and also revert back to […]

MPE CARIBBEAN REPORT NEWSLETTER – NOVEMBER 28, 2022

The MPE Caribbean Report Newsletter offers travel, tourism, Caribbean and global news weekly. To share stories, information or intelligence, contact us at [email protected]  NOVEMBER 28, 2022 God Bless Bim on Independence Day! The MPE team wishes Barbadians at home and abroad a Happy 56thIndependence Day on Wednesday, November 30. We also salute the small island state this week […]

Interested in getting your AI for Healthcare certificate? Join the next cohort

Why study AI for Healthcare? Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionised healthcare. From data management to drug discovery and development to clinical practice and patient care, AI technologies and innovations continue to optimise and advance medical services. Whether you want to gain the knowledge to invest in AI projects that can move healthcare research ahead faster […]

UPDATE: Wanted Man Mitchum Wood located, Charged in relation to Burglary

From RCIPS Update (28 November): On Saturday, 26 November, wanted man Mitchum Wood was located and arrested by police officers during an operation in North Side. Based on observations made at the time of the arrest, officers had reason to suspect Wood of being involved in a burglary which had occurred earlier that day at a […]

Could China help Brazil to overcome its economic crisis?

By Marco Fernandes Author Bio: This article was produced by Globetrotter. Marco Fernandes is a researcher at Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. He is the co-editor of Dongsheng. He is a member of the No Cold War collective. He lives in Beijing. Source: Globetrotter The election victory of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva as the […]

UPDATE: Man Charged with Rape and other offenses

From RCIPS Update (28 November): The man, age 24 of Bodden Town, who was arrested in relation to a serious sexual assault in George Town, has been formally charged with Aggravated Burglary, Wrongful Confinement, Indecent Assault, and three counts of Rape, in relation to the same incident. He appeared in court today, 28 November. Initial Release […]

The global push for population growth shows we’re not grappling with the Climate Crisis

By Carter Dillard Author Bio: Carter Dillard is the policy adviser for the Fair Start Movement. He served as an Honors Program attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice and also served with a national security law agency before developing a comprehensive account of reforming family planning for the Yale Human Rights and Development Law […]