October 3, 2022

“Darkest day in Olympic history” commemorated in Munich – victims of 1972 terrorist attack remembered

05 Sep 2022 – The 50th anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Israeli Olympic team at the Olympic Games Munich 1972 was commemorated today in the Olympic Park in Munich and at the airfield of Fürstenfeldbruck, where the events unfolded in 1972. The attack ended with the death of 11 members of the Israeli team […]

NEW ACTION: Anti-trafficking means safe migration!

From Freedom United Governments are restricting immigration rules around the world and claiming they’re doing it to end human trafficking. We say: not in our name! Sign the petition! This is urgent. Governments are using anti-trafficking rhetoric to justify these harmful policies. Right now, immigration legislation is being passed, such as the Nationality and Borders Bill in the […]

RCIPS Business Centre Closure, 3 December

The RCIPS Business Centre will be closed on Friday, 3 December, from 2:00PM to 5:30PM to facilitate staff training.  All online applications will still be available during this time. The RCIPS apologises for any inconvenience caused.

Cayman: Closures due to TS Eta

“National Attractions closed due to effects from TS ETA” [Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – Saturday, 7th November 2020] The Cayman Islands Tourism Attraction Board (TAB) is announcing it will temporarily close the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and Pedro St. James National Historic Site due to flooding in low lying areas and downed trees.  The […]

7 Jan Weather In Cayman

7 Jan Sun 2018 Weather In Cayman Synopsis       Not available. See Weather Forecast Top Right of Website. Sunshine just makes the day a little better, but it can also cause sunburns. Check the UV Report below to be prepared Humidity: 84%  (UP from yesterday) UV: 6.1   HIGH  (DOWN from yesterday) Temperature: […]

Dog travels the country

By Tricia Gilbride From Mashable Illustrator John Stortz has traveled the country with his rescue husky, Wolfgang and documented their journey along the way. Wolfgang was clearly born with the looks to model, but Stortz says getting his handsome dog to pose is hit-or-miss. “He will go off climbing up ledges and peering off cliffs […]

Report names former Staten Islander, Olympic skier Gary di Silvestri, in messy Caribbean real estate flap

By Diane C. Lore/Staten Island Advance STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — An Olympic cross-country skier from Staten Island, who is representing the Caribbean island of Dominica in the Sochi Winter Games, is being linked to a tax evasion case involving a messy real estate deal in the Caribbean. According to a report on deadspin.com,  although the […]

The Lemon Run – Cayman Islands Style

From Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation – The Childhood Cancer Blog Aah, The Lemon Run…temperatures in the mid 80’s, tropical views, the smell of the ocean…it doesn’t quite sound like a November day in Philadelphia does it? That’s because this is what virtual Lemon Run participant Danielle Cococcia will be experiencing on November 10 in her […]

My Father’s Day Poem

Roddy By Joan Wilson   Roddy – that’s what they called him From birth, right to his grave. He was six foot six inches tall So big and strong and brave.   He was one of the finest fathers And he loved us all so much. He always had time for others And he had […]

CAYMAN ISLANDS FINAL RESULT!!!!

Note: All graphics taken from  Cayman Islands Elections Office http://www.electionsoffice.ky/                                       *