April 17, 2021

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Ruth Bodden remembered Remembering our dear sister celebrating her birthday in heaven today (Sat Feb 17 ). Joan and Helen   Cayman Islands police respond to three vehicle fires, 14 February On Wednesday, 14 February, police responded to three reports of vehicle fires: Shortly after 1:20AM, officers responded to a report of a vehicle on […]

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Man scooping up handfuls of mosquitoes is the stuff of nightmares BY BRIAN KOERBER From Mashable One mosquito inside your home is enough to drive anyone insane, never mind a handful. A clip filmed in the coastal town of Taganrog, Russia, on Monday shows a man scooping up what appears to be countless mosquitoes on […]

Non-profits will avoid company fees in Cayman Islands under new law

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As of Tuesday, 1 August, businesses that operate as charities can be categorised as non-profit organisations (NPOs), which will allow them to avoid substantial fees. The new Non-Profit Organisation Law, 2016, also forms part of Cayman’s preparations for the December 2017 evaluation of our regime to counter money laundering and terrorist financing. ‘Once commenced, it […]

Cayman Islands: Non-profits will avoid company fees under new law

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From Cayman Islands Government As of Tuesday, 1 August, businesses that operate as charities can be categorised as non-profit organisations (NPOs), which will allow them to avoid substantial fees. The new Non-Profit Organisation Law, 2016, also forms part of Cayman’s preparations for the December 2017 evaluation of our regime to counter money laundering and terrorist […]

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Cayman Islands: Butterfield adjusts loan rates in response to Fed Funds increase George Town, Grand Cayman—15 June 2017: Butterfield Bank (Cayman) Limited (“Butterfield” or the “Bank”) (NYSE: NTB | BSX: NTB.BH) announced that, in alignment with the 25 basis point increase in the US Federal Funds Rate on Wednesday, 14 June 2017, the Bank has […]

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‘Steve Harvey’ $42.3M IP Suit must go to trial: Music Co. Music production company We 3 Kings Inc. told a California federal judge on Wednesday that “The Steve Harvey Show” and other defendants seeking a quick win in a $42.3 million suit alleging the show’s second season used unlicensed copies of its recordings are “shooting […]

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Cayman Finance statement on formation of new Cayman Islands Government Cayman Finance congratulates all successful election candidates who were sworn in as Members of the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly today.  We believe a truly representative Government for the Cayman Islands, involving representatives from both political parties and the independents, has been formed and for this […]

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Cayman Islands has 21,465 registered voters for May elections The Cayman Islands elections office last Tuesday saidt 21,465 people had registered to participate in the upcoming May elections. This is the highest number of voters ever and almost 3,00 more than the 2013 voter registration. However, The number of voters will not be final until […]

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African refugee drowns in Venice as tourists film on phones while laughing and making racist remarks By Samuel Osborne From Independent UK No one jumped in to help the man An investigation has been opened after an African refugee drowned in Venice’s Grand Canal as onlookers watched from nearby boats and filmed him with their […]

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Updated Information on Zika Virus as of 13 October 2016- Second pregnant woman tested positive in Cayman Islands The Public Health Department wishes to advise of a further update relating to the status of the Zika virus in the Cayman Islands. Since the press release of October 12, Public Health officials are confirming that a […]