March 19, 2023

Archives for March 2, 2023

CARIBBEAN TOURISM AUTHORITY – ‘Deep collaboration’ key to Caribbean recovery, says CHTA president

MARCH 1, 2023 ‘Deep collaboration’ key to Caribbean recovery, says CHTA president Speaking to Breaking Travel News at the inaugural Global Tourism Resilience Conference in Kingston, Jamaica, last month, Nicola Madden-Greig, president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), discussed the methods used by the region to get through the COVID-19 pandemic and come out the other side poised to […]

Cayman: CIASA Nationals: Last Chance CARIFTA Qualifier Delivers

Grand Cayman – Wednesday, 1 March 2023 – After four days of intense competition, the Cayman Islands Aquatic Association (CIASA) National Championships ended last Tuesday evening with eight records. Swimmers that took part were from Camana Bay Aquatic Club, Stingray Swim Club, Seven Mile Swimmers and John Gray Swim Team (JGST). Held at the Camana Bay […]

Short and sweet

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Well, no sooner did I publish my short and sweet post, How many Wows, than I received another in my email box. Bob Woodburger sent me the following message and picture that I could not resist sharing with you: “Hi Paul, I’m blown away by the MKII DAC. It’s Exceptionally […]

Sterling and JTC announce strategic partnership

Following a rigorous selection process, Sterling Global Financial is pleased to announce that it has entered into a strategic partnership with JTC, a leading global provider of private client, corporate and fund services.   Under the innovative partnership, JTC will be providing trust and corporate administration services to Caribbean-headquartered Sterling Global Financial’s clients, while Sterling Global […]

5 things you need to know about online retail merchandising

Online retail merchandising can be one of the best ways to promote your products online. It can help you increase sales and build your brand in a fast and easy way. However, you need to know what to do and what not to do. Here are some things you need to keep in mind when […]

Cayman: RCIPS warns public about reports of Sexual Harassment

From RCIPS he RCIPS has received three separate reports of sexual harassment that occurred in George Town over February that appear to be linked. The incidents occurred in the vicinity of Dr. Roys Drive and Grackle Road, at around 07:00pm, when the complainants, three women, were walking home from work.  Two of the women were […]

Enterprise Cayman: Code 101: Beginning Software Development

Saturday, 15 April 2023 • 10am to 6pm • Tuition: CI $99 • The Innovation Room at Strathvale In this workshop, you’ll get a taste of a day in the life of a software developer. Code 101 is about learning what it looks like to be a software developer through an immersive course for beginners that […]

Cayman Cabinet issues Sexual Harassment Bill by White Paper

Grand Cayman – Thursday, 2 March 2023 The Cayman Islands Government has announced that the Draft Sexual Harassment Bill, 2023 (“the Bill”) has now been published as a White Paper for public consultation. The White Paper will remain open for comments and feedback from the public through 15 April 2023. Before it becomes a law, the draft Bill has […]

Achieving a sustainable house in 2023

Sustainability is at the forefront of everyone’s mind nowadays. With topics like climate change and excess waste becoming more prominent than ever, people want to do their part to live more sustainably and to give back to the environment for a cleaner future.  Things like home renovation and construction might not immediately scream “sustainability.” But, […]

Human error to blame for train crash – Greek PM

By George Wright BBC News One of Greece’s worst-ever rail disasters, which claimed at least 43 lives, was due to “tragic human error”, the country’s prime minister has said. PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis spoke after visiting the site of Tuesday night’s head-on collision between a passenger service and a freight train.  The local stationmaster has been […]