December 9, 2019

Archives for March 2019

Cayman Islands Resource Centre client receives special grant during HWM

The Ministry of Community Affairs’ Gender Affairs Unit (GAU) and the Business and Professional Women’s Club Grand Cayman (BPW Cayman) have given the Family Resource Centre (FRC) $1,200. The grant will help a young Caymanian pursue her higher educational dreams. The recipient, who cannot be named for confidentiality reasons, will be given the cheque privately. […]

Cayman Islands: Camana Bay welcomes newest shop, Forever Summer

Camana Bay is pleased to welcome Forever Summer to the community, joining a roster of over 40 locally owned shops and boutiques. Owner Catherine Dawson-James explains what she aimed to achieve with Forever Summer, which focuses on offering affordable fashion for women. “We wanted to capture that nostalgic feeling of long summer days and nights […]

Cartoon of the week

By Tony Zuvela, Cartoonist “It’s my own little World which I can escape to everyday and create a fun, weird, berserk Cartoon to whatever subject I like. I enjoy doing all the work myself, and all the aspects of Cartooning, and seeing my work out there and the reactions it gets.” http://www.berserkalert.com.au/shop.htm Buy this Cartoon’s […]

Cayman Islands: Newlands gets increased police presence

Mr. Alva Suckoo, Newlands MLA says he is working to make his constituency of Newlands the safest in the Cayman Islands. This announcement comes on the heels of a meeting he recently requested with the new District Area Commander of the RCIPS, Mr. Fernando Soto. Mr. Suckoo recently announced to members of his constituency via […]

Collas Crill appoints new Global Relationship Manager

Former Deputy CEO of Guernsey Finance Kate Clouston has joined Collas Crill as global relationship manager. Kate brings significant experience of working with China and the appointment comes as Collas Crill looks to build on its presence in Asia, while capitalising on the region’s importance to the offshore finance industry. A key component of the […]

Cayman Islands Certificate and Badge of Honour recipients to receive medals from HRH The Prince of Wales

From The Cayman Islands Governor’s Office His Excellency The Governor, Martyn Roper, OBE, has announced the award of Certificates and Badges of Honour to two Caymanians who will receive their awards at the Investiture conducted by HRH The Prince of Wales tomorrow (Thursday, 28 March 2019) at Pedro St James.  Deputy Governor Franz Manderson will […]

‘Dressed Up’ set to showcase Caribbean designers and honour women

New York, NY (Sonique Solutions) – ‘Dressed Up’, a soon to be launched retail shoppe specializing strictly in dresses, has been generating quite a buzz in several fashion-forward circles as well as on social media. Eagerness for the unveiling on this novel concept has only grown with news of the owner’s aspiration to use the […]

Drink recipe of the week

Knock-your-stilettos-off Shooters Lipton Tea From Yummly 4 Ingredients 30 Minutes Ingredients 1/2 cup vodka (skyy infusions all natural citrus) 1/2 teaspoon habanero chili pepper 10 watermelon (or honeydew balls) 10 tablespoons Lipton Sparkling Diet Green Tea with Strawberry Kiwi (or lipton sparkling green tea with berry) Directions Combine vodka with chili pepper in small bowl; let stand 20 minutes. Strain remove chili pepper; reserve vodka. […]

Endangered birds thrive on this San Diego Island, with a little help

By Laura Goldman From Care2 In San Diego’s Mission Bay, just a short drive from SeaWorld, endangered birds have a protected place to thrive, unperturbed by tourists. North Fiesta Island is home to a dog park, youth aquatic center—and a fenced-off sand dune where California least terns are building nests and raising their young. Among the […]

NASA photos capture immense flooding of a vital U.S. Air Force base

By Mark Kaufman From Mashable In 1948, Air Force Secretary Stuart Symington stationed the United States’ long-range nuclear bombers at Offutt Air Force Base in eastern Nebraska, a location safe in the middle of the nation and well-insulated from the coast. But 70 years later, the base — now home to the U.S. Strategic Commandwhich deters “catastrophic actions […]