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Archives for November 11, 2019

Recipe of the week

Blackened Fish on the Grill By WRITTEN REALITY From Yummly 4 Ingredients 20 Minutes SERVINGS: 4 Ingredients 1 pound fish fillet (fresh) melted butter redfish seasoning Instructions Allow the cast iron skillet enough time to heat up on the grill.While the skillet is heating, rinse the fish and pat dry.Dip the fish in a thin coat melted butter […]

Fireworks FLASH!

Cayman Pirates Week Begins The start of this year’s Cayman Islands Pirates Week began Friday (8) with a truly spectacular Fireworks display at Hogstye Bay. Crowds in hundreds packed the sea front to see flashes and hear bangs galore. Many, many children with mechanical bubble blowers in their hands, shouted with joy at the wondrous […]

SEO outsourcing – do’s and don’ts

From Digital Marketing Philippines SEO outsourcing has become a norm for many companies that neither have the luxury of time and expertise to execute a detailed, data-driven campaign nor have the money to add an in-house SEO specialist into their workforce. Indeed, SEO outsourcing provides significant advantages that more and more business are starting to realize, the primary being cost-efficiency. […]

Kia Motors boosts healthcare in Ghana with opening of Green Light center

Fanteakwa center offers basic medical services for approx. 30,000 11th Green Light Project from Kia: a global CSR program improving public health, education and vocational skills in developing countries Center operated through a financially self-sufficient system; transferred to local healthcare department for self-management after five years  Kia Motors Corporation has inaugurated a new public healthcare center […]

11 things you may not know about Remembrance Day

Burlington Post From Inside Halton Remembrance Day is upon us, a time to pay tribute to the brave men and women who served, fought and in many cases died for the freedom we enjoy today. Just how much do you know about this sacred day? Here’s 11 facts that you may not be aware of […]

Big cannabis changes in Barbados

From George Alleyne From Caribbean Life Not only is Barbados well on its way to legalisation of cannabis for medical purposes, but the island’s Rastafarian community will soon be able to lawfully use the herb in their religious sacrament. At the time the Barbados government used its 29-to-one majority to pass the Medicinal Cannabis Industry […]

Community salutes yesterday’s children

By Tangerine Clarke From Caribbean Life The moving stories of Caribbean-born elders, that will continue to inspire generations to come are etched in the memories of many who came out to say thank you, at the recent, 9th Annual Community Salute to Yesterday’s Children, at St. Jude Community Center in Brooklyn. The afternoon that began […]

First native Zika cases in Europe confirmed as experts warn climate change could bring more

By Rob Picheta From CNN (CNN) The first native cases of Zika in Europe have been confirmed after three people became infected with the virus in France. Experts warn that climate change could lead to more cases emerging across the continent. Three people caught Zika in Hyères, southern France, in August this year, the European Centre for […]

Destinations of the week

CruiseTrends: Caribbean destinations are HOT for winter cruise season From eturbo News CruiseTrends report for the month of November 2019 was released today. This report details a picture of consumer behavior for cruise ship travel for November 2019. Cruise experts have mined the wealth of data to provide information on the most popular cruise trends […]

Celebrity Xpedition evacuated after running aground in the Galápagos

By Ron Hurtibise From South Florida Sun Sentinel Forty-six passengers and 58 crew members had to be evacuated Tuesday night from Celebrity Cruises’ ship the Celebrity Xpedition after it ran aground in the Galápagos. Miami-based Royal Caribbean, the cruise line’s parent company, said in a statement Wednesday morning that no one was injured on the […]