July 30, 2021

UWI’s first female graduate from Antigua and Barbuda to receive honorary degree this weekend

The UWI, Five Islands Campus, Antigua and Barbuda. Friday, July 30, 2021— On Saturday, July 31, The University of the West Indies (The UWI) will confer an Honorary Doctor of Science degree on Dr. Ruby Lake-Richards.  Dr. Lake Richards is one of the first 33 medical students who attended The UWI (then University College of […]

NOTICE: Sterile bedrooms

Nathan J. Green 21st July 2021 Good Day A Notice to all Hotels and Cruise Ship Companies. My name is Nathan ‘Jolly” Green; I am a Caribbean journalist, and a freelance acting on the instructions of a well-known international TV company. Between August and December, my five-person team will begin surveying and inspecting a mixture […]

OPINION: Letter to the Editor

 Signs of our times   It is said that the more things change the likelihood is that they will always remain the same. We have to take notice that “Cuba turned the page on the Castro era on Monday with the ruling Communist Party electing President Miguel Diaz-Canel to replace Raul Castro as party chief […]

HAPPY EASTER: To all our readers

From ieyenews Thank you to all our readers for downloading and visiting our website. We have gone from strength to strength and we are now TEN years old. A very, very, HAPPY and BLESSED EASTER to you all. From COLIN, JOAN, COLLEEN and GEORGINA. Being from England originally, although I have now spent more of […]

Obituary: Richard Friedberg, Spartanburg, South Carolina

By Carol Ann Rudy, Longtime contributor to iNews Cayman Richard Friedberg, 1940 – 2020 Richard Friedberg September 28, 1940 – December 26, 2020 Spartanburg, South Carolina – Richard Saul Friedberg, age 80, passed away at home in Spartanburg, South Carolina on December 26, 2020 after a long illness with his wife, Carol-Ann Rudy-Friedberg by his side. He […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: The Haitian people sadly and badly in need of a champion

By Sir Ronald Sanders Human rights and constitutional violations in Haiti have been ignored for too long by the Organization of American States (OAS).   The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has also avoided dealing with incendiary political issues in Haiti.  Meanwhile, more suffering is being piled on the poor people of Haiti whose body count from malnutrition […]

Jo and Co wish all our readers a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR – 2021

The New York Post has described last year, 2020, as “the year from Hell”. Can anyone dispute that claim? It gives a timeline of the major events: Australian Bushfires Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quit royal family THE REAL ‘BEAUTY’ – COVID 19 pandemic Kobe Bryant’s death Impeachment of US President Donald Trump FITTINGLY – […]

Christmas Message from Jo & Co

We wish all our family, friends and especially you – OUR READERS – a most blessed, happy, merry, and above all, a sick free CHRISTMAS. Make sure you find opportunity to spend quality time together with your family and loved ones. If you cannot, and we know many of you will not be able due […]

The Editor speaks: Love of Analogy

By Colin Wilson This Analogy has been making the rounds and seeing how it reached me via a very special friend, I felt the need to share it with you. *I LOVE THIS ANALOGY* When *GOD* wanted to create fish, *HE* spoke to the sea. When *GOD* wanted to create trees, *HE* spoke to the […]

The Story of Yehudit (Judith)

This Biblical story is told at the Jewish Festival of Hanukkah FromChabad.org The Woman Who Saved the Day It is not clearly known when the story which we are about to tell actually took place. The story first appeared in a very ancient book named after the heroine, Yehudit (Judith), and it was written in Hebrew. However, […]