December 15, 2019

Archives for September 15, 2019

Renowned specialist in head and neck robotic surgery from USA- to attend congress in Cayman Islands

Renowned Head and Neck Oncology Surgeon from USA to attend: Conquering Cancer VI event Who? The Cayman Islands Cancer Society invited Dr. Carlos Pérez Mitchell, Head and Neck Surgical Oncologist, from South Florida Hospital Memorial Healthcare System. What? To attend Conquering Cancer VI event (Let’s fight cancer together). How? Dr. Carlos Pérez Mitchell will be […]

Land purchase in Cayman Islands protects Blue Iguana

By Madison Lemelin From RainForest Trust Rainforest Trust and local partner The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds-Cayman Islands Nature Limited (RSPB-CINL) purchased 9.5 acres in Grand Cayman to safeguard habitat for the Endangered Grand Cayman Blue Iguana. The partners will be leasing the land to the National Trust for the Cayman Islands (NTCI) […]

The Editor speaks: If you go “Into The Woods” you are in for a musical feast

The Cayman Drama Society starts off the 2019/2020 theatre season with their production of “Into The Woods” opening September 12, 2019 and running through October 5th, at the Prospect Playhouse. Doors open at 6:30PM, curtain opens at 7:30PM. There will be no show on Saturday, September 21’1, but instead there will be one Sunday matinee […]

Cayman: Walk for the Cure 2019

CIBC FIRSTCARIBBEAN LOOKING FOR A GREAT YEAR EIGHT OF WALK FOR THE CURE George Town, Cayman Islands, 2019 – Year number eight is shaping up to be great for the region’s largest cancer fundraising and awareness event – CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Walk for the Cure on Sunday, October 6, 2019 at 6:30 am on 7-Mile Public […]

Cayman: CCMI urges close look at downstream and long-lasting impacts to the Island by proposed George Town Dock whilst there is still time

The Cayman Islands and its gorgeous beaches have been built over tens of millions of years, by the stony limestone skeletons of millions of coral reef organisms. It is these corals and skeletal organisms that break down from natural physical and biological processes to produce the sand on our beaches. The longer-term impact of the […]

Cayman: Open Call for Artists!

From National Gallery of the Cayman Islands Visit website at:https://www.nationalgallery.org.ky/whats-on/events/open-call-for-artists/

Cayman: CIFS and DEH Control Landfill fire

UPDATE: FRI SEP 13 2017 The Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) have confirmed that officers worked alongside crews from the Department of Environmental Health (DEH) throughout the night to extinguish the smoke which was detected at the George Town Landfill site yesterday (Thursday 12 September 2019).   Deep excavation of the affected area was conducted and […]

Wolverine glacier photos

Gorgeous Wolverine Glacier photos from the front lines of climate change research By Adam Rosenberg From Mashable Enjoy these views of Alaska’s Wolverine Glacier while you can. Soon enough, they’ll be relegated to a distant memory. As Earth’s climate shifts under the strain caused by human civilization, scientists have turned to one of the world’s […]

Cayman: RCIPS FCU warns retailers of potential Credit Card Fraud

From RCIPS The RCIPS Financial Crime Unit is warning the public and local retailers about an attempted fraud scheme being conducted using potentially stolen credit card info. Several local liquor outlets have recently received separate requests to place a large order of wine, spirits, and champagne, to be shipped to the USA, with payment to […]

Belize: 4 foreigners remanded for drug plane landing

By Rowland A. Parks From Amandala BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Sept. 12, 2019– On Sunday night, September 8, Belize’s national security apparatus swung into high gear as police and soldiers acted upon intelligence that a drug plane had left Venezuela and that it might be landing somewhere in the country. The resulting police operations resulted in […]