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Archives for April 10, 2023

Caymanian Culture at Red Sky at Night 

CNCF Invites the Public to Celebrate Caymanian Culture at Red Sky at Night  Sat 15th April The Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF) is proud to present Red Sky at Night (RSAN) to the community after a hiatus caused by the pandemic. Each year, the multidisciplinary arts festival highlights the talent of local musicians and performers […]

Fifty years after Chile’s coup, the first year of popular unity

A conversation with Miguel Lawner, who remembers life as a former political prisoner of the Augusto Pinochet dictatorship while projecting his hope that Salvador Allende’s government could improve the lives of Chileans onto the current progressive government. By Taroa Zúñiga Silva Source: Globetrotter Ten days after the 1973 coup against the Popular Unity (UP) government of President […]

Agrivoltaics: The Farm-to-Solar trend that can help accelerate the renewable energy transition

By Tina Casey Using the same land for the production of both agriculture and solar energy is a win-win for the climate and farmers. Source: Independent Media Institute Access to solar power is increasing in rural parts of the U.S., partly with the support of farmers who lease out their land for utility-scale solar arrays. This farm-to-solar […]

Application for UNESCO World Heritage Site: Little Cayman Marine Parks & Protected Areas

Today, the United Kingdom announced that the Little Cayman Marine Parks and Protected Areas will be considered for UNESCSO World Heritage Site Status. Most nations around the globe are struggling to meet the United Nation’s target for 30% protection for precious marine ecosystems, yet Little Cayman has 75% marine park protection, thanks to a long-term […]

Reasons why outsourcing the tax preparation of your business can prove extremely beneficial

ax preparation is one of the most important factors for any business. As the process is extremely daunting, confusing, and time-consuming, many business owners face problems preparing the taxation. Not to mention, they also end up making mistakes that serve severe consequences. This is why outsourcing the taxation aspects of your business is crucial.  Outsourcing […]

Cayman Islands Governor Martyn Roper of the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office silent on allegations against former Grenada DPP Langston Sibblies

By Peter Polack Peter Polack Former Cayman Islands governor Martyn Roper, a Foreign, Commonwealth and Development officer, has failed to respond to allegations against retired Cayman Islands Monetary Authority official Langston Sibblies. Sibblies was recommended and given a Queen’s honour through Roper as well as being appointed to many government boards including the Law Reform Commission and […]

10 Apr Weather in Cayman

Mon 10 Apr 2023 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Light winds and smooth seas are expected for the next few days due to a weak pressure gradient across the Caribbean. Day: Mostly sunny. Winds light & variable. Tonight:  Clear to partly cloudy. Winds light and variable. Sea: Smooth with a wave height of fewer than 2 feet. […]