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Archives for April 18, 2018

JetBlue expands service to the Caribbean [Cayman Islands]

From Travel Pulse JetBlue announced Tuesday it would launch a new service between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and Grand Cayman on October 25. The once-daily flights from Florida to the Caribbean were originally announced in January, and the airline is celebrating the service by offering introductory fares starting at just $59 one-way. To best serve its passengers, […]

Cayman Islands: Foster’s IGA donate thousands of trash bags & gloves for the 2018 Earth Day Clean-up

Foster’s IGA has generously donated thousands of trash bags and plastic gloves for the Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Earth Day Clean-up. “We are incredibly grateful to Foster’s IGA for their donation of these items,” said Chamber CEO, Wil Pineau, CCE. “Their contribution supplements the donation made by the Department of Environmental Health who have donated […]

Local nail salon makes donation to Cayman Islands Crisis Centre

(George Town, Grand Cayman)  Polished nail salon recently raised CI$600 in support of the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre through a campaign to help support women in honour of international women’s month. Salon owner, Cindy Oostvogels said during the month of March they offered 20% off pedicures for every $10 donated to the Crisis Centre. “When […]

Hundreds of sharks and fish discovered tangled in ‘ghost net’ drifting across Caribbean Sea

By Tom Embury-Dennis From Independent UK ‘I jumped in the water first and was shocked at what I saw. It took my breath away’ Hundreds of dead fish and sharks have been discovered by divers tangled in a huge, abandoned fishing net drifting off the coast of the Cayman Islands. The floating “ghost net” has […]

The Editor Speaks: “The Day After Tomorrow”

“The Day After Tomorrow” was a disaster film that depicted catastrophic climatic effects following the disruption of the North Atlantic Ocean circulation in a series of extreme weather events that usher in global cooling and lead to a new ice age. It was based on the book The Coming Global Superstorm by Art Bell and […]

Trump Confirms: Secretary of State nominee Pompeo met with NKorea’s Kim

By Cathy Burke From Newsmax President Donald Trump confirmed Wednesday morning that CIA Director Mike Pompeo had a top-secret meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un to discuss denuclearization of the rogue state. “Meeting went very smoothly and a good relationship was formed,” Trump wrote. Trump did not specify exactly when the visit occurred, but […]

Best practices to stay safe online

Staying safe online doesn’t just apply to your home anymore, if you’re a business owner you have to treat your business office like your home. Take the right precautions, then you won’t have to bring your work worries home. Not only does this protect your business, it also protects your employees, and customers who have […]

Climate change: Climatologists warn of catastrophic Gulf Stream collapse

From Sputnik News As recent studies detail the enormous Greenland ice sheet to be melting at its fastest rate in 450 years, climatologists now point to a new threat; the collapse of the mid-Atlantic Ocean Gulf Stream, which would severely affect weather patterns in Europe, Africa and the northeastern US. Halting global warming is now […]

Cayman Islands Immigration Ministry explains Acknowledgement Letters

The issuance of a formal letter of acknowledgment coupled with a stamp in a person’s passport serves as official confirmation of the fact that a person is Caymanian, whether “by right”, “by entitlement” or by continuation of entitlement under the Immigration Law. Letters may be required by private sector employers and other entities seeking proof […]

President George W. Bush: ‘I’m a Lucky Man’

By Todd Beamon From Newsmax Former President George W. Bush on Tuesday remembered his mother, Barbara, who died at age 92, as a “dear mother” who “kept us on our toes and kept us laughing until the end.” “My dear mother has passed on at age 92,” Bush 43 said in a statement. “Laura, Barbara, […]