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Archives for August 22, 2019

The Editor speaks: Should security guards be armed?

The answer to that question is not easy? It invites more questions. Where is the security guard going to be placed? What are the working times for the security guard? What weapons will the security guards going to be armed with? What training is given to security guards to protect themselves and others, with and […]

Cayman: DCI hosts workshop for dealers in precious metals and stones

 DCI working to fulfil Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) requirements as supervisor of Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs).  GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) hosted a training session for dealers in precious metals and stones (DPMS) on Thursday, 15 August.  The evening outreach workshop provided attendees from the precious […]

Promotions at Ogier in Cayman

Ogier in Cayman has promoted Patrice Stewart to Assistant HR Manager and Vashti Ramgeet to Senior Administrator in Ogier Global, Ogier’s corporate administration business. Patrice joined Ogier in September 2017 and this is her second promotion at the firm. In 2019 Patrice studied for and passed her PHRi certification and was named Top Young HR […]

The Editor speaks: The Four JUST Men

I am not discussing “The Four Just Men” detective thriller published in 1905 by the British writer Edgar Wallace. Nor am I discussing the 1959 television series of the same name produced by Sapphire Films for ITC Entertainment. A large proportion of our readers probably have never read the novel nor watched the television series. […]

Cayman: Pending emails not to open from FLOW

From FLOW If you received the below email, we ask that you do not open it or click the links inside. This was not an email sent out by our Flow Cayman Team.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.  We hope you enjoy the rest of your week! The Flow Cayman Team

Baptist Health Neuroscience Center Names Raul A. Vasquez, M.D., Director of Complex Spine Surgery

MIAMI – August 22, 2019 — Neurosurgeon Raul A. Vasquez, M.D., is the new director of complex spine surgery at Baptist Health Neuroscience Center and a new member of Baptist Health Medical Group, a network of primary care doctors and specialists who provide high-quality medical care to patients of all ages. Dr. Vasquez specializes in the […]

Cayman: Prison Officer awarded prestigious UK Scholarship

From The Cayman Islands Governor’s Office A prison officer has been selected as one of this year’s Chevening Scholars. Tamekia Young, a supervisor in the Rehabilitation Unit at HM Prison Northward will be heading to the UK in September to study an MSc in Addiction at Kings College London. The mother of two is one of 1,500 […]

Makerspaces are dying

Why are Makerspaces Dying? Can Designers Bring them Back to Life? By Paul Sohi From Core77 Back in 2008, I was an architecture student in England living a blissful student life of beans on toast, late nights in the studio and keeping myself awake with Red Bull. Okay, in retrospect “blissful” is probably not the […]

The UWI climbs

Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. Monday, August 19, 2019—After its excellent 2018 debut in the Times Higher Education (THE) Latin America University Rankings, The University of the West Indies (The UWI) has climbed even higher in the 2019 report published by the prestigious UK-based ranking agency. The THE’s recently published rankings for the Caribbean and Latin America […]

CUPRA teases the interior of all-electric concept-car

CUPRA’s first all-electric road vehicle, projects a bold statement with a confident exterior design, balanced with a sculptured yet versatile interior The concept car uses an interior language delivering a driver-focused cabin, but offering comfort for all occupants The vehicle fuses materials and technology to deliver a driving environment like no other vehicle, but one […]