June 4, 2023

Cayman Brac Rescheduled National Heroes Day Awards Ceremony Gets Green Light

Grand Cayman, 7 March 2022 – The National Heroes Day awards ceremony on Cayman Brac will now be held on Saturday, 19 March 2022, 1-3 p.m. at the Aston Rutty Civic Centre, the Protocol Office confirms.             In accordance with gathering limits established under COVID-19 regulations, the indoor ceremony will be by invitation only with mask […]

Cayman Islands Flies Ukrainian Flag in Unity

Grand Cayman, 1 March 2022 – The Cayman Islands joined the UK Overseas Territories earlier today in hoisting the Ukrainian flag, to fly alongside the Union Jack and the Cayman Islands National Flag at the Government Administration Building (GAB) on Elgin Avenue.  To show unity with the Ukraine, which was invaded by Russia last week, […]

How have filters changed our perceptions?

We undoubtedly live in the social media age, with the average Brit now spending nearly two weeks (11 days and 257 hours) on various platforms each and every year. Everyday, we see hundreds of facial and body images uploaded on sites such as Facebook and Instagram, a growing percentage of which have been altered and […]

Health News: The Life-Threatening reasons behind CPAP machine recalls

In the 21st Century, we have a great many privileges that we often take for granted which our ancestors were never exposed to. And much of this comes in the form of medical developments with the advances of science. In fact, we saw these developments at work during 2020. As the COVID-19 pandemic reached its […]

Cayman: Wreck of the Ten Sail Tour celebrates historic twin anniversary

Grand Cayman, 17 February 2022 – The Cayman Islands National Museum (CINM) continued its contribution to Platinum Jubilee celebrations by hosting a tour of the newly-upgraded Wreck of the Ten Sail Park in East End Wednesday, 16 February.  The event, live streamed on CINM’s Facebook page, coincided with both the 28th anniversary of the opening of the […]


From regulo santos Michelangelo da Vinci Of walk by the Municipality Miranda RÈGULO JOSÈ SANTOSC. I 11321247PeriodistaVenezuela Continuing with the cultural feat of making known the artistic life of different Trujillo characters who stand out for the work they do where they excel with their art registered in the local, regional and national chronicle.   […]

A surprising preference for rose gold jewelry in Ancient Columbia 

Archeologists have made an exciting new discovery: the Nahuange, who lived in the northern Colombia Caribbean region during the first millennium A.D., had a surprising preference for rose gold jewelry. Marcos Martinón-Torres of University College London and Juanita Saenz-Samper of the Museum of Gold in Bogotá, Colombia, studied 44 metal rose gold artifacts from the Nahuange […]

OECS Heads of Government join advocacy efforts for the posthumous exoneration of Marcus Garvey

By Nyus Alfred Communications Officer, Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Thursday, February 10, 2022 — Among the discussions at the recently held 71st Meeting of the OECS Authority, was a request for the support of OECS Heads of Government in the continued advocacy efforts for the posthumous exoneration of Marcus Garvey. The request was forwarded by […]

Exploring indigenous history in Saint Lucia to help us tell our story

By Kirk Elliott Award winning Saint Lucia Photographer and Sustainable Tourism Ambassador Kirk Elliott has launched the I Am Lucian Webinar Series to coincide with Saint Lucia’s 43rd Anniversary of Independence. The webinars will explore: What does it REALLY mean to be Saint Lucian?  What sets us apart and distinguishes us from every other nation […]

Albertville 1992: 30 years of Olympic legacy in France’s leading ski resorts

30 Jan 2022 – As the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 draw near, we look at the long-term legacy created by past Olympic Winter Games that are celebrating significant anniversaries this year. Albertville was the first host city to stage the Olympic Winter Games followed by the Winter Paralympic Games, the start of a tradition that has continued […]