May 12, 2021

Cayman: Postal Service clarifies about Delivery of Collection Notices

The Cayman Islands Postal Service has recently received a number of customer queries regarding printed “Notice of Item for Collection” no longer being sent to post office boxes. The CIPS wishes to advise customers that a printed “Notice of Item for Collection” is sent to the post office box where the delivery address includes a […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 12 May 2021, NO new positives, 72,948 vaccinations given

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 187 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Tuesday, 11 May 2021. All were negative. There have been 72,948 Covid-19 vaccinations given in total in the Cayman Islands.  Of these, 39,251 (60% of the estimated population) have had at least one dose of […]

How electric sound is Born

The CUPRA Tribe’s new podcast The elements of nature that characterize the brand inspire the AVAS sound of the first 100% electric CUPRA model The sound is exclusively revealed on the world premiere of The Impulse, the CUPRA Tribe’s new podcast, where Antonino Labate and Francesca Sangalli explain its creation process The episode is now available […]

Urus’ high-speed record on ice

Lamborghini Urus’ high-speed record on ice is formally registered: 18-time speed record holder Andrey Leontyev shares insights Sant’Agata Bolognese, 6 May 2021 – The Super SUV Lamborghini Urus’ high-speed record set on the ice of Russia’s Lake Baikal during the Days of Speed in March 2021 has been formally registered by the RAF (Russian Automobile […]

How to motivate yourself to run on a rainy day

By Kevin Nelson You’re raring to go and ready for your daily run. What could possibly stop you? Well, the weather for one thing. Dragging yourself out to pound the pavements on a rainy day can feel like an impossible chore.  It’s easy to start making excuses and to let yourself off the hook. Maybe […]

The UWI Five Islands Public Advocacy Series jumps into e-Sports

The UWI Five Islands Campus, Antigua and Barbuda. Tuesday, May 11, 2021— With the global gaming industry valued at USD 159 billion in 2020 and expected to grow in 2021, The University of the West Indies, Five Islands Campus will explore the business of e-Sports in the next edition of its Public Advocacy Series. The […]

Off the beaten path destinations to visit in 2021

By Cory Beach 2020 was a weird year for travel. With many of the world’s most popular vacation destinations shut down or hard to reach, most people opted to stay home and explore their own backyards. So with a year of backed-up and postponed travel plans, 2021 is shaping up to be a bumper year […]

Cayman: RCIPS kicks off its Commissioners Cup and the Challenger Cup

Yesterday, 10 May, the RCIPS Welfare Football Club kicked off its annual football league, the Commissioner’s Cup. The theme of the event is “Working In The Community, Working For The Community.” The competition is usually well supported by various communities across the islands who play against our police teams. This has historically resulted in positive […]

Cayman: Firefighters complete Revalidation Course

Two cohorts of fire officers successfully completed a course revalidating their aviation-based firefighting credentials last week. Sixteen officers received their revalidation after they completed an exam and a practical exercise following several weeks of training by a visiting instructor, Gary Wright, from the Newcastle International Training Academy. The instructor who is on-island for three months […]

6 amazing details about genes that will blow your mind

When most people hear of genes and DNA, their mind thinks of the family court in paternity cases. Some will think about the DNA fingerprinting technology commonly used in crime scenes in the movies. Nonetheless, you might already know what genes are if you have some background in biology from school. By definition, genes are […]