July 6, 2022

Accepting applications for the Data Science programme by Singapore Management University

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From Emeritus on behalf of Singapore Management University Why study Data Science for Decision-Making? Enterprises across the globe are shifting their focus to data-driven goals and decision-making. In fact, the International Data Corporation reports that APAC big data analytics solutions’ revenue will increase by US$ 41.9 bn by 2024. So, why is data science so […]

Accepting applications for the Data Science programme by Singapore Management University

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Why study Data Science for Decision-Making? Enterprises across the globe are shifting their focus to data-driven goals and decision-making. In fact, the International Data Corporation reports that APAC big data analytics solutions’ revenue will increase by US$ 41.9 bn by 2024. So, why is data science so important? Because it enables organisations to efficiently process […]

Accepting applications for the Data Science programme by Singapore Management University

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From Emeritus on behalf of Singapore Management University Why study Data Science for Decision-Making? Enterprises across the globe are shifting their focus to data-driven goals and decision-making. In fact, the International Data Corporation reports that APAC big data analytics solutions’ revenue will increase by US$ 41.9 bn by 2024. So, why is data science so […]

Learn How to Harness the Power of Data Science to Uncover Actionable Insights | Enrol Today

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Emeritus on behalf of Singapore Management University Why study Data Science for Decision-Making? Enterprises across the globe are shifting their focus to data-driven goals and decision-making. In fact, the International Data Corporation reports that APAC big data analytics solutions’ revenue will increase by US$ 41.9 bn by 2024. So, why is data science so important? […]

Cayman Islands government issues update on peaceful protest by Cuban migrants

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A group of eight Cuban migrants at the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) on Tuesday (15 January 2019) refused food. This followed a peaceful protest that began late last week concerning: immigration processing; access to free, bi-lingual attorneys; and a desire to be released into the community. Acting Chief Immigration Officer Garfield Wong met with the […]

Release of detainees at Cayman Islands IDC

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GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – After reviewing the detention of the migrants housed at the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC), the Department of Immigration (DOI) has determined that the detainees will be released from the facility pending the results of their legal matters. In response to the length of time in finalising immigration statuses for the detainee’s, […]

The Editor Speaks: Hunger strikes

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Hunger strikes are not new. They have been going on for centuries. It’s one of the few ways prisoners can draw attention to themselves and their plight. It’s normally an act of desperation. Occasionally, here in the Cayman Islands, we have the odd person going on a hunger strike. The most notable case being Dr […]

Hunger strikes: Cayman Islands officials continue to monitor IDC detainees

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GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Department of Immigration (DOI) has received notification that four detainees are still currently refusing regular meals provided by the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC). A group comprised of eight detainees began refusing regular meals from staff on Monday, 2 July 2018. The individuals are said to be protesting the time it […]

Addressing overcrowding at Cayman Islands’ HMP Northward

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GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – In a collaborative effort to alleviate capacity constraints that have impacted Her Majesty’s Prison (HMP) Northward, a joint initiative has been established to resolve the situation. The plans, which will see a reduced number of prisoners being held within the facility, evolved following discussion between the Ministry of Home Affairs, the […]

Cuban migrant attempts to escape Cayman Islands IDC

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Last Wednesday, 26 July 2017 at 5.15 p.m. a Cuban migrant, currently housed at the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC), was apprehended trying to flee the facility. Guards with Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service (HMCIPS) witnessed the detainee escaping over the perimeter fence, and immediately began pursuing the fugitive through the swamp area that surrounds […]