December 7, 2019

Archives for October 2, 2017

Antigua not letting US ‘off the hook’ in WTO case

From Jamaica Observer GENEVA, Switzerland (CMC) — The Antigua and Barbuda government says it has no intention of letting the United States “off the hook” for its internationally-binding obligation to allow internet gaming into the country until fair compensation is paid for the 14 years of damage done to the island’s economy. Antigua and Barbuda’s […]

Recipes of the week

The 10 Most Essential Slow Cooker Recipes for Fall By Meghan Splawn From The Kitchn How To Make Slow Cooker Applesauce OPEN ROUNDUP That little chill in the air can only mean one thing: It’s time to dust off your favorite fall slow-cooking comfort foods. From steaming ladles of spiced apple cider on crisp September […]

Nominations open for the IAM Strategy 300 2018

IAM is now inviting nominations for individuals to be considered for inclusion in our annual listing of the world’s leading IP strategists, the IAM Strategy 300. Submit your nomination here: The IAM Strategy 300 is the essential guide for those seeking to identify world-class experts in the creation and roll-out of strategies designed to […]

A Homeland Security memo painted a rosy picture of Puerto Rico’s recovery as Trump blasted San Juan’s mayor

By Alex Lockie From Business Insider The US homeland security adviser, Tom Bossert, sent a memo around the White House urging staff members to focus on the positive aspects of the recovery efforts in Puerto Rico while President Donald Trump used Twitter to address the problem in his own way. Bossert’s memo, leaked to the […]

Goldman family resumes pursuit of a freed OJ Simpson

By Zoe Papadakis From Newsmax The Goldman family has resumed its pursuit of a now-free O.J. Simpson with renewed efforts to collect on at least $33.5 million in a civil jury verdict awarded against the former football player following the deaths of Ronald Goldman along with Simpson’s estranged wife a decade ago. Simpson was acquitted […]

Cayman Islands GAA: A home from home for Irish in the Caribbean

By Lainey Broderick in the Caribbean From Irish Times Tropical island’s club has 250 playing members and multiple nationalities At Cayman Islands GAA, our selection process is far from harsh. If you can afford the flight ticket for matches abroad and can get the days off work, then you make the squad. It’s a novel […]

Be alert of counterfeit notes in circulation in Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (“CIMA” or “the Authority”) has been made aware by the Financial Crimes Unit (FCU) of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service that they are in receipt of counterfeit KYD notes, which were collected during the period 26 — 29 September 2017. The denominations in question are $25 and $100, all […]

US Virgin Islands thanks cruise and airline partners for hurricane relief

By Juergen T Steinmetz From eTurbo News Approximately 4,500 residents and visitors who have been impacted by Hurricanes Irma and Maria have been evacuated from the U.S. Virgin Islands to date. Thanking the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean Cruises for their assistance in providing humanitarian relief and mercy missions from the […]

IMF Announces an Essay Contest for Students from the Caribbean

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has invited tertiary-level students in the Caribbean to participate in an essay contest on the theme “ Inclusive and Resilient Growth in the Caribbean.” The contest, which is open to students aged 18 to 25 who are nationals from the English-speaking Caribbean and Haiti, and currently enrolled at any university […]

Ivy League Black Students Group: There are too many African and Caribbean students here

By Matt Vespa From Townhall Identity politics is a nasty thing. Everyone who isn’t a progressive knows this. At Cornell University, that slice of politics is rearing its ugly head, with the school’s black students group demanding that more African American students be enrolled. They’re concerned that there are too many Caribbean and African students. […]