January 21, 2020

Archives for August 21, 2019

Cayman: RCIPS warns of fake email

From RCIPS The RCIPS would like to alert the public that someone has been accepting complaints from the public and corresponding with members of the public regarding police matters using the email address [email protected] This email address is false. The RCIPS does not currently have an employee by the name of Larson Bodden and this email address […]

Cayman: Police assist vessel at Sea

From RCIPS Just before 8:00AM yesterday, Tuesday, 20 August, police received a report that a vessel with four persons on board had been travelling from Tampa, Florida, to Grand Cayman when their family members on island lost contact with them. At the time that contact was lost, the vessel had been located just outside of […]

Caribbean Airlines to launch service between Kingston Jamaica and Grand Cayman from October 29, 2019

Piarco, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. August 21, 2019 – Caribbean Airlines announces the start of service between Kingston, Jamaica and Grand Cayman, from October 29, 2019. The flights will operate twice weekly to Grand Cayman from Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, Jamaica each Tuesday and Saturday. Now business, leisure and other travellers can easily connect […]

Cayman: Solicitor General appointed

Career legal professional Ms Reshma Sharma is appointed Solicitor General. ·         Ms Sharma, who was the Acting Solicitor General, was chosen after a rigorous open recruitment process. ·        She took up her new post from 1 August 2019 to head a staff complement of 54 members. Grand Cayman (GIS) – Cayman Islands Government’s new Solicitor General is Ms […]

As the Archdiocese of Detroit awaits its judgment day, it plays hide-and-seek with its money — including a Cayman Islands venture

By Michael Betzold From Metro Times Detroit While the local Catholic Church promotes its efforts to protect children today, it’s been busy protecting its financial assets as a day of fuller reckoning for past sexual abuse survivors draws closer. Across the country, statute of limitations laws on civil actions have been eroding, leading to costly […]

Cayman: Back to School Drive – School Supplies

From Prospect Community The PRB Community Group will be hosting a back to school drive to assist the Prospect Red Bay community children and schools ensuring they have the supplies for a successful start of the school year.  Once items are collected they will be sorted and shared between the two schools so that the […]

Run or walk with CCMI’s Reef Relief Squad and help save coral reefs!

George Town, Cayman Islands; 20 August 2019 – Runners and walkers are invited join in the effort to save Cayman’s coral reefs by signing up to be part of the Central Caribbean Marine Institute’s (CCMI) ‘Reef Relief Squad’ at the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon. It takes dedication and training to complete a race, and participants can […]

Aimbridge Hospitality expands Caribbean presence with 6 resorts [inc Cayman’s Grand Hyatt]

Nation’s Largest Hotel Management Company Makes Waves With Addition of Hot New Caribbean Resorts DALLAS, TX – Aimbridge Hospitality, the nation’s largest independent hotel management company, is heating up its international portfolio with the addition of six Caribbean resorts.  The new Caribbean resorts now under Aimbridge Hospitality management include: Curaçao Marriott Beach Resort & Emerald […]

Screenprinted poster

This Screenprinted Poster Wants to Replace Your Weather App By Alexandra Alexa From Core77 Typified’s connected “Weather Poster” uses smart ink to update weather conditions in real time The idea to make an updating weather poster first came to Oli Woods, the Melbourne-based designer behind product design company Typified, when he was having lunch with […]

Caribbean governments accused of illegally outsourcing teachers’ labour

From Searchlight VC The Caribbean Union of Teachers(CUT) believes that Caribbean Governments are continuing to illegally outsource the labour of teachers when it comes to the marking of school based assessments (SBAs). The 39th biennial conference for the CUT was held in St Vincent and the Grenadines recently between August 4 and 9. During this […]