October 3, 2023

Butterfield supports competitors for 2013 Island Games in Bermuda

Young competitors taking part in the 2013 Island Games in Bermuda can now apply for financial assistance from Butterfield in Guernsey. Local people in full or part-time education are eligible to apply for the bursaries which will be awarded to sportsmen or women who will be attending or part of a selection squad with a […]

‘Waiting for Josephine’ – A Magazine Appeal

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, 30 July 2012: When Carol Hay’s domestic helper of 21 years, Josephine, was diagnosed with cancer in February this year, the roles reversed and Carol became her caretaker; accompanying her to all her doctor and testing appointments at the Cayman Islands Government Hospital. Carol noticed after many hours spent in various […]

These 4 things happen right before a heart attack

Every year, approximately 785,000 Americans suffer a first heart attack. And 470,000 who’ve already had one or more heart attacks have another one. The scary thing is that 25 percent of ALL heart attacks happen “silently,” without clear or obvious symptoms. Even when symptoms occur, they can be so mild or vague, most people don’t […]

RBC Wealth Management appoints new Head of Credit

RBC Wealth Management, part of Royal Bank of Canada (RY on TSX and NYSE), today announced the appointment of Ojan Jamkhou as Head of Credit for its Global Trust and Wealth Management-UK businesses. Based in London, Mr Jamkhou will be responsible both for the continued growth and quality of RBC Wealth Management’s credit portfolio across […]

The Encyclopedia of Earth features new article about the Cayman Islands

An excellent article published July 29 and updated July 30by lead Author World Wildlife Fund on The Encyclopedia of Earth website (www.eoearth.org) features the Ecoregions of the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Islands  has two main ecoregions that occur entirely or partly within its borders: 1. Bahamoan-Antillean mangroves 2. Cuban dry forests which have previously been […]

Little seahorse filmed in the Cayman Islands

Frans De Backer was in the Cayman Islands recently and filmed a little seahorse at Lighthouse Point, West Bay on Grand Cayman. The 2 minutes of footage is available to see on the website Vimeo.com Frans said, “Not much words have to be spent on such a fragile beauty. I wish to express my gratitude […]

Antifascist website features HSBC and Cayman Islands

The website Antifascist Calling – “Exploring the shadowlands of the corporate police state” – is by “A researcher and activist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to publishing in Covert Action Quarterly, Love & Rage and Antifa Forum, I am the editor of Police State America: U.S. Military “Civil Disturbance” Planning, distributed […]

Cayman’s new tax is a warning for Bermuda, says Richards

By Elizabeth Roberts from The Royal Gazetteonline Bermuda should heed what is happening in the Cayman Islands, where the Government is being compelled by the UK to raise taxes because of excessive debt. That was the message yesterday from Shadow Finance Minister Bob Richards. Mr Richards said in a statement: “This extraordinary situation is driven […]

Fletcher’s money is “socked” away in the Cayman Islands

From Nicholas Stix, Uncensored website The Nothings: Ellen Pao and Alphonse Fletcher Jr. are a Shape-Shifting, Modern, Multicultural Couple: Black and Asian; Rapacious Capitalists and Affirmative Action Shakedown Artists; Now Gay, Now Straight; Whatever Pays at the Moment Is Alphonse “Buddy” Fletcher the black Bernie Madoff? Alleged hedge fund manager Fletcher had socked his money […]

Richard Murphy agrees with the premier’s tax

Richard Murphy on his Tax Research UK website heralds the Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush’s announcement of implementing a ‘Community Enhancement Fee’. With a bold headline saying, “Tax is the answer – even in the Cayman Islands” he quotes from another Cayman media house that calls the “fee” a payroll tax. Mr. Murphy starts off […]