November 18, 2019

Archives for April 16, 2019

Cayman Islands: Walkers Road-Olympic Way Connector Road gets underway

Access to UCCI and Truman Bodden Sports Complex from Walkers Road will be easier and quicker. NRA has prepared route ahead of the CARIFTA Games (20-22 April). Full construction works will begin after the Games. GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Motorists seeking access to University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) and the Truman Bodden Sports Complex […]

Cayman accountants sign MOU

CACCA and CIIPA Sign MOU to Strengthen Profession The Cayman Islands Institute of Professional Accountants (CIIPA) and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) commit to working together to further the profession in the Cayman Islands. On Tuesday, the two organisations signed a memorandum of understanding, formalising this commitment. Specific areas of focus include collaborating […]

The Editor speaks: I am disgusted

I am angry and disgusted at one of our media websites and other social media outlets. Yesterday a young man was knocked down off his bicycle by a hit and run driver. He was left for dead on North Church Street around 5am. Despite the police asking these sites NOT to publish the name of […]

Le Masque dinner show returns to Cayman Islands Batabano

Violin Queen Mapy to perform Organizers of Cayman Carnival Batabano are bringing back its signature dinner show, Le Masque, at the historic Pedro St. James Castle this year, featuring “The Violin Queen”, Mapy, with her unique fusion of Soca and Afro-Beat violin music. Held on Thursday May 2, 2019, Le Masque is an exclusive dinner and […]

Concacaf announces details for the Preliminary Rounds of the Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifiers

The qualification phase will kick off in 2019 with regional qualifiers in Central America and the Caribbean Miami (Tuesday, April 16, 2019) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) today announced details for the preliminary rounds of the Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifying Championship. Regional qualifiers will begin this summer, with […]

Sagicor Group makes $14b profit, expanding wealth arm

from Jamaica Gleaner Sagicor Group Jamaica will invest the equivalent of $2.6 billion to build out its investment services in the Cayman Islands, in a bid to grow regionally. It comes on the heels of record profit for Jamaica’s largest insurance conglomerate, which also overtook big bank Scotia Group to take the number two slot […]

Cartagena Tourism Association joins CHTA as first new destination in 15 years

MIAMI (April 16, 2019) – Cartagena, the colonial port city on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, represented by COTELCO Cartagena, joined the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) as its 33rd destination and the first commercial association to join the regional association in more than 15 years.   COTELCO Cartagena, a chapter of Colombia’s hotel and tourism […]

Cayman Islands: BOUNCE magazine arriving soon is proud to be the front-line sponsor of the Q Movement Band at CayMAS

Pink Duck Publishing’s BOUNCE magazine, Cayman’s first lifestyle magazine dedicated to promoting Cayman’s growing health, fitness, wellness, beauty, and life & style industry, is proud to sponsor dance and fitness studio Quinntessential Movement at next month’s CayMAS Carnival. CayMAS is scheduled to be held from May 16-20 and is one of Cayman’s largest annual carnival events. The four-day event features […]

Aston Martin’s all-electric E

Aston Martin’s all-electric Rapide E is a 604HP leap into the future By Richard Lawler From engadget No more teasing — Aston Martin has finally revealed its first all-electric car. The Rapide E swaps out a V12 engine for an 800V, 65 kWh battery system and twin rear motors with 604 hp and 700 pound-feet of torque. […]

Notre Dame artist of Chinese Madonna reacts to fire

By David A. Patten From Newsmax Yin Xin, the Chinese master artist whose work was featured last year in Newsmax Magazine, tells Newsmax that he is shocked and heartbroken beyond words at the tragedy that has befallen the City of Lights. In an exclusive interview Yin told Newsmax he does not know the fate of the […]