February 6, 2023

Christmas Day

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By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Christmas is a holiday not celebrated everywhere, so perhaps it makes sense to share a few kind words that hopefully resonate universally. A simple poem from the American design engineer Norman Brooks: “Christmas is forever, not for just one day,for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put awaylike bells […]

Cayman: No Alcohol Sales on Christmas Day

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Grand Cayman, 16 December 2022 The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI), along with the Liquor Licensing Board for Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands, wishes to advise the public of Christmas Day-related restrictions on alcohol sales. Liquor licence holders, in the retail bar, nightclub, restaurant, package, distributor, and retail mobile categories, must adhere to […]

Cayman Christmas CLOSURES

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Election Office Christmas Season Closures The Elections Office has issued its closures for this Christmas Season: Closing at 12 pm on Friday, 16 December 2022; Closed Friday, 23 December; and Closing at 12 pm on Friday, 30 December. The Supervisor of Elections and the staff wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. DVDL’s […]

Vanilla gift reveals occasions that require presents

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Albany, New York. November 23, 2022. PR NEWSWIRE— Humans love giving and receiving gifts. During special occasions, most people shop for gifts that they will send to family members and friends. It is impossible to love someone and not send them a gift on occasions that matter. A gift can be anything so long as […]

Older Persons Ambassadors

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Cayman: This Year’s Older Persons Month Ambassadors Bios GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Four Caymanians ages 65+ have been chosen by the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) to represent the observance throughout October, as ambassadors during Older Persons Month. “The four older persons were selected because of their outstanding community service track records,” said DCFS […]

Alcoholism and men in the Caribbean

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By Shafel McDowall From Searchlight.vc We’ve just gone past Christmas Day and Old Year’s Night, and unfortunately, for many it was the perfect opportunity to become drunk and disorderly. Carnival and Christmas are the only two times a year when people, particularly men are allowed to be stupidly drunk without judgement. We all know of […]

PM Harris reiterates commitment to have unity pervade every aspect of life in St. Kitts and Nevis

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Unity must pervade every aspect of life in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris said while delivering welcome remarks during his highly successful 4th Annual Gala Event on Saturday, January 5th, 2019 at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort. The Honourable Prime Minister, who was listened to with rapt […]

Blanket extension granted for Cayman Islands Liquor Licence holders

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The Liquor Licencing Board has approved a blanket extension for New Year’s Eve, Monday, 31 December 2018.  The extension applies to Bars, Night clubs, Restaurant and Hotel licenced premises. The premises of the specified categories, Retail, Restaurant and Hotel licenses will be permitted to remain open until 4:00am on Tuesday, 1 January 2019.  All alcohol […]

Cayman Islands DCFS Toy Drive well underway to Spread Christmas cheer

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The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS’s) annual Christmas Toy Drive is currently receiving gifts, gift certificates and cheque donations from the public, local schools, businesses and churches. The initiative, which is distributing presents for a wide range of deserving people from infants to seniors across Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac, is receiving donations […]

The Publisher speaks: “Winds of Change” – Christmas is coming

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By Joan Wilson I have taken our Editor’s space today because I felt the winds of change yesterday evening and I wrote a poem about it. One, I haven’t shared with you before. As Christmas is just around the corner, here it is. WINDS OF CHANGE I felt the winds of change this evening A […]