May 13, 2021

Women.Code (Cayman) Course starts soon

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – The Gender Affairs Unit (GAU) gave a $2,500 cheque as part of its ongoing support of the Women.Code (Cayman) programme on Wednesday, 5 May 2021. The donation, to the not-for-profit tech training provider: Code Cayman, will be used to finance its fifth Women.Code (Cayman) course (Tuesday, 25 May – Tuesday, 29 June 2021). The free […]

Children’s sport prevails over corona pandemic

Football academies from 211 countries and regions put forward candidates for Football for Friendship eWorld Championship From Football for Friendship (Moscow, 3rd May): May 1st was the registration deadline for candidates wishing to take part in the Football for Friendship eWorld Championship, which is organised under the banner of Gazprom’s International Children’s Social Programme Football […]

This Sunday (9) is Mother’s Day

By Joan Evangeline (Watler) Wilson I publish this to commemorate all mothers. I especially remember my dear sister, Helen, who is recovering in hospital here in the Cayman Islands where she was born. I followed three years afterwards.This is my poem to our wonderful mother, Blanche. A mother of nine. I was last. MOTHER (Better […]

Planning in advance for healthy breastfeeding

All Things In Life Benefit From Planning Whether you’re just looking to assure the following day goes well, or you’re taking pains to manage a long-term project, advance planning is very beneficial. Children are the project of projects. Your daughter or son is a little “you” being put forth in the world. They’re an extended […]

When women become allies to save watersheds and wildlife

By Barbara Williams / Independent Media Institute The word “Minnesota” derives from one of two Dakota words, either Mni Sóta meaning clear blue water or Mnissota meaning cloudy water. Just one letter can change the entire meaning. Just one oil spill could ruin the entire ecosystem. I traveled to northern Minnesota with Jane Fonda and […]

Cayman: Provenance Properties to host second annual virtual charity auction

Auction will support Cayman’s Acts of Random Kindness. Provenance Properties is hosting its second annual virtual charity auction, in benefit of Cayman’s Acts of Random Kindness (ARK), on Thursday, 29 April 2021. The offering of luxury items for auction is inspired by the brokerage’s ties to Christie’s International Real Estate and its affiliation with Christie’s, […]

Cayman: Human Services Staff Honoured at DCFS Awards Ceremony

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – The professionalism and dedication of Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) staff and former directors was acknowledged at a DCFS Awards Breakfast.             The recognition event, a highlight of Social Work Month, saw social worker Kernita Bailey win both the Family Services Social Worker and the Joyce Hylton award for Social […]

Vermeil jewelry and necklace

If you are talking about the luxury jewelry trend happening currently, vermeil is at the fore front.  What is vermeil? So many buyers have mistook vermeil piece as gold, this is because they look alike, since vermeil mainly appears in gold color, identifying it has become a problem. Vermeil jewelry is leading the trend in […]

The perfect look for the first date: Tips for plus-size girls

Here’s a little story for you. We know this plus-size girl who hasn’t gone on a date for more than three years. A friend set her up with a blind date, and the guy sounded perfect! Know what? This young lady went on a 2-week shopping binge to buy the right dress in anticipation of […]

PAHO Director calls for more women in leadership of the fight against COVID-19

“We need women not only on the frontlines but also in leadership.” Washington, D.C., March 8, 2021 (PAHO) Marking International Women’s Day, Director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Carissa F. Etienne today said that women are “on the frontlines” of the fight against COVID-19 but underrepresented in global and national health leadership. She called […]