December 11, 2019

Archives for November 4, 2019

The Cayman Islands: Culinary Capital of the Caribbean

From Visit Cayman Islands This sophisticated sun destination distinguishes itself with the range – and the quality – of options for the discerning foodie. Pristine beaches, crystal clear waters and the perfect mix of exceptional dining options distinguishes the Cayman Islands from other sun destinations. Imagine a place that’s warm, inviting, friendly – and delicious. […]

Cayman: Fact-check – Woman visited by Holy Spirit saves passengers on plane from disaster?

From The News Pk. A video has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times in multiple Facebook posts which claim that it shows a woman who was visited by the Holy Spirit on a plane and subsequently saved the passengers from a fire which broke out on board. The claim is false; the video shows […]

Consolidated Water sets 3rd 1/4 2019 Earnings Conference Call for Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. ET

NEWS PROVIDED BY Consolidated Water Co. Ltd.  Nov 04, 2019, 08:31 ET GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands, Nov. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Consolidated Water Co. Ltd. (Nasdaq Global Select Market: CWCO), a leading developer and operator of advanced water supply and treatment plants, will hold a conference call on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern time to discuss results for the third […]

The Editor speaks: Motorists Monday morning n’mare

By Colin Wilson It was utter chaos this morning for motorists. A Monday morning nightmare they had to endure getting to work, especially if they were coming in from the west and travelling east. There was first an accident at Newlands and even worse second one on Shamrock Road in the vicinity of Peanuts Gas […]

Cayman: Primary school football resumes following the mid-term break

CUC PFL/GPFL Weekly Review Following the mid-term hiatus, the fifth round of games in the 2019 CUC Primary Football League (PFL) and the Girls’ Primary School Football League (GPFL) were played this past Saturday, November 2nd at venues across Grand Cayman. With the strong ‘smell’ of impending rain in the air, Cayman Prep’s boys B […]

Kalo announces Managing Director appointment in Cayman Islands

Specialist offshore insolvency and restructuring firm, Kalo, has announced the appointment of Elizabeth (Liz) Mackay as a managing director in the firm’s Cayman Islands office.  Liz’s career in the insolvency and restructuring sector spans a 26 year period and includes more than 10 years’ experience as partner / managing director with an international insolvency firm […]

FXBTG Financial Limited, the subject of a March interest.co.nz article, fails to have FMA directed removal from NZ’s Financial Service Providers’ Register overturned in court

By Gareth Vaughan From interest.co.nz The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is cheering a High Court judgment upholding its decision to have FXBTG Financial Limited removed from New Zealand’s Financial Service Providers’ Register (FSPR). A March interest.co.nz article about FXBTG Financial highlighted that the company had been the subject of three warnings from overseas regulators. We also noted that […]

New lounges at JFK

2 new Priority Pass lounges just opened at JFK— here’s what to expect By Zach Griff from The Points Guy Priority Pass members, rejoice. Two brand-new lounges just opened at JFK that will soon accept your membership. The lounges, one located in Terminal 1 and the other in Terminal 4, are operated by TAV Airports […]

Tourism leaders to be recognised at Leadership Awards in Miami

MIAMI (November 3, 2019) – Three respected Caribbean tourism leaders will be recognized for their leadership achievements at the 2019 Caribbean Media Exchange (CMEx) Leadership Awards slated for December 14 in Miami. Muriel Wiltord, Director of The Americas for the Martinique Promotion Bureau; Commissioner of Tourism of the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) Joseph Boschulte; and […]

Martin: ‘Tis the season to thank newspaper people

By Melissa Martin Whether you read your news in the morning, afternoon, or evening; whether you read your newspapers in print or digital; whether you read national or local newspapers—take time to sprinkle a few words of kudos in an email, text, or card to the dedicated folks in front of and behind the printing […]