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Archives for March 18, 2019

The Editor speaks; St Patrick’s Day passed me by

Being English, St Patrick’s Day, isn’t a huge celebration for me, but then neither is St. George’s Day. As this year it fell on a Sunday, there didn’t seem to be the usual Paddy Day Madness I usually associate it with. Strange, since Patrick was a saint, even though he wasn’t Irish. He is supposed […]

Ogier recognised as a leading employer again at Cayman Islands HR Awards

Ogier is celebrating having once again been recognised as the top law firm employer in the Cayman Islands at the Cayman Islands Society of Human Resources Professionals awards. Ogier’s senior HR Adviser Patrice Stewart won the HR Young Talent of the Year category. The ninth Cayman Islands Society of Human Resources professionals (CISHRP) annual top […]

Cayman Islands Youth Football Leagues return to action

2019 CIFA Youth Football Leagues: The Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) youth leagues returned to action this past Saturday, March 16 following the two-week mid-term break highlighted by action in the Girls Under 11, Boys Under 11, Under 13 and Under 15 divisions. In the Girls Under 11 league, Sunset FC Blue Iguanas defeated Scolars […]

Walkers admits new Caymanian attorney

Grand Cayman, 18 March 2019 Walkers is pleased to announce that Zacharie Caudeiron has completed his Articles of Clerkship and has been called to the Cayman Islands Bar. His application was moved by Walkers partner Colette Wilkins, before the Hon. Justice Williams at the Grand Court in Cayman. Born and raised in the Cayman Islands, […]

Ashanti & Usain Bolt

Ashanti & Usain Bolt Put Some Motion in the Caribbean Ocean During Yacht Party From The Blast Ashanti and Usain Bolt turned up the heat during a recent trip to Trinidad and Tobago. The singer and fastest man alive were seen partying and dancing together on a yacht with Trinidadian singer, Machel Montano. It was all being filmed for what appeared […]

Prince Charles embarks on Caribbean tour including Communist-run Cuba [and Cayman Islands]

By Sarah Marsh Reuters From CompuServe News HAVANA (Reuters) – Prince Charles and his wife Camilla embark on a Caribbean tour on Sunday during which they will become the first British royals to visit Communist-run Cuba, even as the island faces rising hostility from Britain’s closest ally, the United States. The royals will kick off […]

Belize: Looking at environmental aspects of Stake Bank project during Reef Week

From Amandala The Oceana website says the objective of Reef Week, an annual celebration of all things marine started by the organization in 2013, is “to raise awareness of the pivotal role the Barrier Reef plays in Belizean lives and livelihood.” The Stake Bank Project is of substantial concern in relation to the reef. Our […]

Rent a Caribbean island

You can now rent an entire island in the Caribbean and it looks FAB By Aine Conaty From buzz.ie You can now rent an entire island in the Caribbean on Airbnb and it looks AMAZING! The island is called Bird Island and it is located near Placencia which is a beach resort off the coast of Belize. At the […]

‘Wild herbal edible plants’ tour in Bermuda

By Tangerine Clarke From Caribbean Life Doreen Williams-James is inviting tourists to taste the flowers of Bermuda, as part of her wild herbal edible tour, that not only educate, but tantalize the taste buds, during a jaunt along of the lush western North Atlantic Ocean Island, known for award-winning beaches, and the famous Bermuda triangle. […]

UK – Brexit: Jeremy Hunt says a ‘lot more work’ needed to get deal through

From BBC A “lot more work” is required to get MPs to back Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Jeremy Hunt has said, amid uncertainty over whether it will be put to a vote for a third time this week. The foreign secretary said there were “encouraging signs” that opponents of the deal were slowly coming round. […]