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Archives for April 15, 2018

Cayman Islands: Bodden Town FC already boosted by Caribbean Shield appearance

CONCACAF: April 14, 2018 – Reigning Cayman Islands Premier League and FA Cup title holders Bodden Town FC are keen on adding international silverware to their collection by going all the way in the inaugural CONCACAF Caribbean Shield which commenced in Santiago, Dominican Republic on Friday. But regardless of their run of results in the […]

Chinese ICOs in Cayman Islands seeks overseas fundraising, new chance or new scam?

From 8BTC More and more Chinese ICO projects are seeking fundraising overseas as prohibitive regulations over bitcoin and ICOs tightens. To bypass strict surveillance, these ICO projects have rejected direct private funding from Chinese individual investors, and turned to offshore foundations for fundraising, as reported by 21st Century Business Herald, a Chinese business news outlet. […]

The Editor Speaks: Friday 13th

I am writing this Editorial on Friday 13th. The earliest you will get to read it will be the late evening of Sunday 15th. You will (hopefully all of you), therefore, be able to smile that you have survived the dreadful day without some form of mishap or even worse! Friday 13th does conjure up […]

Letter to United Nations & World Governments: Slaughtering of cow & buffalo (Project No.10, from S.Patnaik-India)

By S.K.Patnaik Dear United Nations & World Governments, In most of countries following facilities are given to the old age people (senior, senior citizens, old people, older adults, the elderly, elders)> old age home, respite care home, continuous care home, anti-loneliness program, multi service medical centre, mobile medical units, reservation quota in trains, bus sitting […]

Bahamas first’s ‘Banner Year’ as profits up 548%

By NEIL HARTNELL From Tribune242   BAHAMAS First’s chief executive yesterday hailed 2017 as “a banner year” where profits increased almost seven-fold, adding: “Everything we needed to go in our favour did.” Patrick Ward told Tribune Business that the “buildings blocks” laid by the property and casualty insurer in prior years had paid off by […]

Great benefit in strengthened regional relations – CARIFORUM DG, EU Ambassador

A Regional Consultation on effective platforms for Wider Caribbean Dialogue being hosted by the CARIFORUM Directorate has been described as a timely initiative by the CARIFORUM Director General, Mr. Percival Marie, and the Ambassador of the European Union Delegation in Barbados, Her Excellency Daniela Tramacere. They were speaking at the opening of the consultation which […]

Cayman Islands: Rundown returns with original creator Dave Martins making appearance

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – Rundown, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s (CNCF) annual comedy revue, returns to the Harquail Theatre for its 26th season starting Thursday, 26 April through Sunday, 13 May. Fans and followers of the show will be delighted to hear that the first week will feature a special appearance by show creator […]

10 best things to do in Caribbean

10 best things to do in the Caribbean islands during a getaway By Amy Tori From Prague Post The Caribbean Islands used to be colonies of European nations, some of which still are. The islands are a perfect example of the amalgamation of scenic beauty with the man-made wonders. Both these aspects go hand in […]

Cruise ships searching for overboard Royal Caribbean Passenger

By Ben Souza From Cruise Fever Passengers on Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas are reporting that the cruise ship is currently looking for a male guest who went overboard this afternoon [Fri 13]. Joining in the search is Norwegian Gem which was also returning to New York.  The cruise ships are currently off of […]

The rise of experiential commerce

By Sunny Dhillon From TechCrunch Sunny Dhillon is a partner at Signia Venture Partners. “$43 million and the only thing you can buy in it is a coffee.” So said Samsung’s Senior Director of Store Development Michael Koch about the company’s flagship Manhattan “popup”—Samsung 837—though “popup” is an understated description for a 56,000 square-foot cavern […]