August 15, 2020

Cayman: Maples Group client donations support LIFE and The Pines

The Maples Group is pleased to continue its enhanced community support in response to the ongoing challenges presented by COVID-19. The Group recently made donations on behalf of its clients to local not-for-profit organisations Literacy Is For Everyone (“LIFE”) and The Pines Retirement Home (“The Pines”). These donations follow the Group’s recent donation of over […]

Scientists just beginning to understand the many health problems caused by COVID-19

from Newsmax Scientists are only starting to grasp the vast array of health problems caused by the novel coronavirus, some of which may have lingering effects on patients and health systems for years to come, according to doctors and infectious disease experts. Besides the respiratory issues that leave patients gasping for breath, the virus that […]

Car modifications for people with disabilities

By Tracy Hernandez From The Simple Dollar Driving a car is something that many people take for granted — the ability to go wherever you want or need to go, whenever you need. For someone with a disability, though, transportation can be a challenge. Public transportation is not always available, particularly if you live in […]

Cayman: Wheels for Wheels for Meals on Wheels Sat July 25

Wheels For Wheels is rolling in!! 25 skaters doing 25 fancy laps while aiming to use their little wheels to raise $25,000 go purchase big wheels for Cayman Islands Meals On Wheels. Over 600 hot soups and nutritious meals are delivered island wide every day to those in need and a vehicle is urgently needed […]

The Editor speaks: Is anarchy taking over?

Anarchy is the state of a society being freely constituted without authorities or a governing body. It may also refer to a society or group of people that totally rejects a set hierarchy. – Wikipedia With, quite rightly, the press and universal protests over police brutality, especially against the black community, I have to ask […]

Dr. Stuart Weiss: COVID-19 Update Monday 29-June-2020

By Dr. Stuart Weiss, Intelligent Crowd Solutions Dr. Stuart Weiss, FACEP, FAAP, CBCP June 29, 2020 Today’s topics: Unbelievable Nashville! New testing modalities If you want to subscribe to the newsletter, click the Subscribe Button below. Unbelievable NashvilleI’m still in Nashville for the Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton filming. We are doing a good job […]

Mariachi band makes special anniversary for elderly Sugar Land couple

By Landan Kuhlmann From Fort Bend Star Jesse and Rosalinda Vargas were supposed to be packing their bags Saturday afternoon in preparation for a weeklong family cruise to Jamaica, Mexico and the Cayman Islands to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. The COVID-19 pandemic forced them to put the trip on hold, but their family surprised […]

SANDERS: Can Guyana stand up to this trial of its democracy?

By SIR RONALD SANDERS From Tribune242 ADHERENCE to democracy, including free and fair elections, has been on trial in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) region over the past three months in Guyana and Suriname. So far, Suriname is the only one that has come out of the trial with credibility and with regional and international respect. […]

How coronavirus is impacting senior mental health and what can be done about it

COVID-19 is keeping many of us at home and away from each other, and while we’re all making necessary adjustments to be able to see friends and loved ones, Grandma is probably a lot less likely to be able to hop on the family Zoom call.  Popular knowledge tells us that depression is caused by […]

The Publisher speaks: OLIVE

By Joan Wilson I’m sure most of you are grieving the loss of my dear friend OLIVE MILLER who passed away yesterday (19). To write about all her achievements and deeds in her wonderful ninety-eight years of life would take up a whole issue of iNews. I will leave that to others. Instead, I am […]