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Archives for November 3, 2019

Largest ever corruption trial in Cayman ends with three guilty verdicts

From Jamaica Observer GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CMC) — The largest ever corruption trial in this British Overseas territory, ended on Thursday with the jury delivering three guilty verdicts. The case of fraud, breach of trust and bribery involved a network of corruption among several individuals, most of whom were government officers who held senior […]

Carnival Freedom belches smoke in Cayman Islands

By Jim Walker From Cruise Law News This past week, the Carnival Freedom cruise ship was photographed belching thick black smoke while arriving in George Town, Grand Cayman. The photograph was taken by an individual who wishes to remain anonymous. It was taken on Tuesday, October 30th. The twelve-year old Carnival ship left Galveston, Texas on the evening […]

Cayman: National Gallery News and Events!

The Editor speaks: You’re first – after me!

was pleased to see the Press Release from the RCIPSs we have published today. It is has, unfortunately, the somewhat boring heading “RCIPS issues traffic advisory to road users”. We have used it as a sub-heading, chnging the main heading to “Police warn drivers they MUST indicate and other ‘nuances’ to help traffic flow”. I […]

Cayman: Pirates against plastic – beach clean up returns for second year

The Pirates Week Festival is proud to bring back its Pirates Against Plastic initiative in conjunction with Plastic Free Cayman (PFC) to once again parley with the Pirates for a beach clean-up. Participants are being sought to assist PFC on Sunday 10th November in cleaning up the beach at Safehaven from 8:00am to 11:00am (parking available […]

Cayman: Police warn drivers they MUST indicate and other ‘nuances’ to help traffic flow

RCIPS issues traffic advisory to road users From RCIPS The Traffic and Roads Policing Unit as well the as the Community Policing Department, would like to inform the public of a few traffic nuances that have been affecting the flow of traffic as well as the safety of road users over the past month.  Road […]

Nunavik student athletes get in the game [including half-marathon in the Cayman Islands]

By Elaine Anselmi From Nunatsiaq News Kativik school board joins provincial sports organization When six students from Jaanimmarik School in Kuujjuaq raced in a cross-country meet recently in Sept-Îles, Quebec, they were taking part in what could be the first step towards more affordable travel to sporting events for Nunavik youth. “We’re trying to bring […]

Martin: Think about what’s between your two ears

By Melissa Martin Do you ever think about what’s going on in the three pounds of tissue inside your skull that sets on the top of your neck? The human brain is composed of 75 percent water and 60 percent fat. Who knew? The human brain has 86,000,000,000 (86 billion) neurons. Crikey! The brain is […]

Transporting cars by train

The strange ways that they used to transport cars by train By Rain Noe From Core77 Vertically, for instance Here’s a next-to-last-mile problem. Back in the day, after all of the considerable design, engineering, manufacturing, sales and marketing work that goes into producing a new car was completed, automakers faced a logistical problem: How to […]

Compassionate Funeral Directors for you

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