May 28, 2020

CHTA’S Taste of the Caribbean of the Friday Lime

MIAMI (May 27, 2020) – Caribbean food and beverage industry aficionados have been raising their glasses every Friday evening to toast the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association’s (CHTA) new “Limin’ wid Taste” expositions by some of the region’s leading mixologists.  Each Friday, CHTA’s Taste of the Caribbean judges unite to bring the hospitality industry and Caribbean enthusiasts together in […]

Cayman: Fish Market opens at South Terminal, Harbour Drive

The Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure has announced that the local fish market is now open to the public at the South Terminal on Harbour Drive in George Town. Members of the public with surnames beginning A-K are only allowed to attend the market on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and surnames L-Z on Tuesdays, […]

BOB FM launches Chow Down For Charity to support Cayman restaurants and charities

Bob FM has this week launched a new community initiative, Chow Down for Charity, to support 11 local restaurants and 11 charities.  For the month of June, when customers place an order at a participating Chow Down for Charity restaurant, they will get the option to make a donation to the restaurant’s chosen charity.  One […]

No agreement with UK without fisheries agreement

The EPP Group demands a new fishing agreement with the UK, or it will reject a post-Brexit trade accord. The EPP Group’s Francois-Xavier Bellamy, who wrote the report on the issue for the Fisheries Committee in the European Parliament, says a long-term fishing accord will preserve livelihoods in Europe and the UK. It would also […]

Cayman: One Foster’s team member tests positive for COVID-19

Foster’s has received confirmation from the Health Services Authority that one team member from our Foster’s Airport location has tested positive for COVID-19. On top of the already heightened sanitation process carried out at each of our locations, the store completed a risk assessment of the team member’s work-areas and will perform disinfection-level cleaning once […]

ECLAC and the OECS establish an Enhanced Programme of Action on the Escazú Agreement in the Eastern Caribbean

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 — The Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), Ms. Alicia Bárcena, and the Director General of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), Dr. Didacus Jules, signed yesterday a Memorandum of Understanding establishing an “Enhanced Programme of Action on the Escazú Agreement in the […]

CANARI release: Fisherfolk leading adaptation and ecosystem stewardship to improve climate resilience in Anguilla’s and Montserrat’s fisheries

Port of Spain, May 20, 2020 – Fisherfolk in Anguilla and Montserrat have successfully implemented practical action projects on climate change adaptation and ecosystem stewardship and helped build the resilience of fisheries and marine resources and their livelihoods.  These practical action projects were supported by small grants and mentoring from the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) […]

Cayman: Two Foster’s team members test positive for COVID-19

From FOSTERS May 18th, 2020 FOSTERS | TEAM MEMBERS TEST POSITIVE Foster’s has received confirmation from the Health Services Authority that two team members from our Foster’s Republix location have tested positive for COVID-19. On top of the already heightened sanitation process carried out at each of our locations, the store completed a risk assessment […]

High-end ketchup

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Tomato ketchup is a worldwide staple. It’s a sauce that’s more often used as a condiment to enhance (some would say cover-up) greasy foods like French fries or hamburgers. Original recipes used egg whites, mushrooms, oysters, grapes, mussels, or walnuts, among other ingredients, but the unmodified modern recipe refers […]

Reparations, or ‘Let Off suppin’?

By Ewin James The discussion about reparations and efforts for reparations to black people for slavery,  won’t go away and I’m tempted to ask, do people really want to settle the matter of the horrendous treatment of our black forbears, or do they want rich countries to give us a hand out- ” let off suppin”? […]