June 29, 2022

Greenpeace: KFC’s secret recipe ravages rainforests

Greenpeace International yesterday (24) released evidence that Kentucky Fried Chicken – KFC has been using product packaging sourced from rainforests, supplied by Asia Pulp and Paper (APP). Forensic testing in three markets – UK, China and Indonesia – repeatedly confirmed the presence of rainforest fibre in numerous packaging products, including the famous chicken bucket. The […]

Cayman Islands featured heavily in “Action Stations” feature in thelawyer.com website

Offshore litigation is thriving as the fallout from the financial crisis and court innovations whip up a perfect storm. For law firms around the world litigation has been the department flourishing most in the past few years, and the offshore sector is no different. Courts are crammed with multimillion-dollar cases as investors and creditors seek […]

Prince Charles makes 1st official visit to Sweden

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Britain’s Prince Charles made his first official visit to Sweden on Thursday, nearly 40 years after Carl XVI Gustaf became the country’s king. The king’s wife, Queen Silvia, said she was glad to finally play host to Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall. “It’s very nice since Prince Charles […]

Model Selita Ebanks debuts her new swimsuit line

Selita Ebanks rose to fame rocking beachwear for Victoria’s Secret and Sports Illustrated. Now she has designed her own swimwear line. The model gives a peek at Sass by Selita Wednesday night on BET’s “Rip the Runway” fashion show, which she also co-hosts. Sass stands for Selita’s accessories, shoes and swimwear. The swimsuits will be […]

German court dismisses Apple, Samsung lawsuits

BERLIN (AP) — A German court has dismissed patent lawsuits by technology giants Apple and Samsung against each other in the two companies’ battle over the market for smartphones and tablet devices. Mannheim state court spokesman Joachim Bock said judges dismissed both cases involving alleged patent infringements of the companies’ respective slide-to-lock technology on mobile […]

Empowered Woman Cathy Alberga

  Today iNews speaks to Ms. Cathy Alberga who, since 2000, has had her private practice as a psychotherapist in Grand Cayman, after being licensed in 1996. Ms. Alberga says she made her career choice after she started university, where she took a class called Psychology of Women and fell in love with it. “After […]

Lindsay Japal speaks on being Miss Cayman

Lindsay Japal has begun her year representing Cayman on a global scale. And next week she heads to the UK to take part in the prestigious Miss World competition. Before she flies out to England for the Miss World Pageant she gave iNews an inside view to her experience so far. Ms. Japal says she […]

Handling grief when a baby dies

One of the most stressful and painful events in a parent’s life is the loss of a newborn baby. The nine months up until the delivery date are filled with hopes, plans, dreams, picking out the right name, preparing for the nursery, buying baby clothes, and sharing the good news with one’s family and friends. […]

Cayman resource centre rallies round for families

This week iWoman speaks to Ms. Miriam Foster, the Programme Manager at the Family Resource Centre, and she tells us what the facility has to offer.   The Family Resource Centre is comprised of the National Parenting Programme, the Young Parenting Programme and the Women’s Resource Centre.   The centre currently has a variety of […]

Defending your gender with Ms. Tammy Ebanks

iWoman looks at gender discrimination today with views from Ms. Tammy Ebanks of the Ministry of Community Affairs, Gender and Housing. Gender is often confused with sex, the two words are related but have different meanings. We are born male or female but we learn to become woman or man. Male and female is our […]