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Archives for November 12, 2022

Cayman: Stolen vehicle recovered

From RCIPS A 2021 orange Changan CS15, registration number #204 895, which was reported stolen yesterday, 11 November, was recovered today by the RCIPS and is being forensically processed for further investigation. The RCIPS wishes to thank the public for their assistance in the matter. Original Story RCIPS Issues Advisory on Stolen Vehicle Registration Plates, 11 […]

Cayman: Courts Open 11 AM to Public Tuesday, 15 November 2022 – Privy Council will be sitting in the Cayman Islands – an historic event

The courts will not be open for business to the public until 11am on Tuesday, 15 November 2022.  The late start is to accommodate the official opening of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council which can be viewed Logic channel 23, C3 channel 3 and Flow channel 106, as well as live and on demand on YouTube […]

What was humanity’s first cultural revolution?

By Deborah Barsky Source: Independent Media Institute his article was produced by Local Peace Economy, a project of the Independent Media Institute. We live in a fast-moving, technology-dominated era. Happiness is fleeting, and everything is replaceable or disposable. It is understandable that people are drawn to a utopian vision. Many find refuge in the concept […]

Puerto Rican director discusses how her film captures magic

By Milette Millington From Caribbean Life On Nov. 10, the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) held the next installment of its virtual conversation series Afro Picks. Alexis Garcia discussed her film, “Daughter of the Sea” (2022), with actor and content creator Derrick Sherrier, Jr. They discussed specific scenes from the film, and Garcia’s […]

FROM THE HEART BY BEVAN SPRINGER – True friendship knows no bounds

November 11, 2022 True friendship knows no bounds Those of you who have followed my pronouncements over time know that I am passionate about the talent residing within our Caribbean communities at home and abroad. It was with tremendous pride that I connected with a distinguished member of the Caribbean Diaspora, a West Indian childhood […]

Caribbean Export and India Exim Bank launch new study on trade between CARIFORUM and India 

Port of Spain, TRINIDAD and TOBAGO.    The Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export), the region’s foremost investment and trade promotion agency, has launched a brand-new publication in collaboration with Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank India). The publication, entitled “Enhancing India CARIFORUM Economic Relations and Prospects for Cooperation”, which explores trade opportunities between Caribbean countries […]

Cayman: Police respond to three robbery related incidents in George Town

From RCIPS On Friday 11 November, police were dispatched by the 911 Communications Centre to two reports of armed robberies and one attempted robbery in George Town. At approximately 7:45PM, police received a report that someone broke the glass doors of the Uncle Clem’s Grocery Store located on Mary Street. The occupants of the store […]

Cayman: Police seek assistance to locate two missing teens – UPDATE: Missing Teen Located, One Remains Missing

From RCIPS UPDATE 11 November Kimora Smith, age 14 of Bodden Town, who was reported missing on Monday, 7 November, has been located and returned home and appears to be in good health. Jahsmine Ebanks, who was reported missing on the same day, remains outstanding. Officers continue to encourage Jahsmine to return to her Bodden […]

12 Nov Weather in Cayman & Tropical Report

Sat Nov 12 2022 TROPICAL REPORT ATLANTIC Tropical Weather Outlook Atlantic – Caribbean Sea – Gulf of Mexico Tropical Weather Outlook (en Español*) 800 AM EDT Sat Nov 12 20221205 UTC Sat Nov 122022 Tropical Weather Outlook Text Tropical Weather Discussion Eastern North Pacific (East of 140°W) Tropical Weather Outlook 500 AM PDTSat Nov 12 2022 1005 UTC Sat Nov […]

Travel Leisure: This town in Maine just voted to strictly limit cruise ship passengers

Bar Harbor, Maine serves as a popular jumping off point for both Acadia National Park and cruises to Canada. By Alison Fox Travel Leisure A tourist destination in Maine voted this week to severely curtail cruise visitors, limiting disembarking passengers to no more than 1,000 people each day.  The town of Bar Harbor approved a citizen’s […]