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Archives for November 17, 2019

The future is 2020: The Cayman Islands announces new inductees for 20th Annual International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame

International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame Finds Permanent Home at Grand Cayman’s Pedro St. James GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands, Nov. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame (ISDHF) and the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism (CIDOT) today announce the four new members who will be inducted into the prestigious 2020 Hall of Fame. To commemorate the IDSHF’s 20th anniversary, […]

Cayman: Ogier extends support of CAF Festival ahead of NY Cabaret concert

Ogier is supporting the Cayman Arts Festival (CAF) for the third year running, and is sponsoring the CAF’s upcoming concert where musicians will perform a New York Cabaret Night concert. The concert promises a great evening of music with performances from KT Sullivan, Natalie Douglas, Nicholas King and Matt Baker, whilst also featuring performances from […]

The Editor speaks: There are more questions than answers

Do some of you remember the popular Johnny Nash song of yesteryear, “There are more questions than answers”? The Chorus goes: “Pictures in my mind I will not show There are more questions than answers And the more I find out the less I know Yeah the more I find out the less I know” […]

Cayman: CRESSI celebrates its Ambassadors at DEMA Show

By Victoria Brown From Deeper Blue DeeperBlue.com stopped by the Cressi booth at DEMA Show 2019 to learn more about the company’s ambassador program from Cressi Ambassador and Caribbean Manager Theo Knevel. Jason Washington’s bold underwater images cover the stand at DEMA this year. Cressi’s latest ambassador to have joined the already impressive line up has worked in the Cayman Islands for two decades where […]

Cayman: 2019 CYFL HS Football Leagues : Scores and Standings

Scores from games played in the Dart Girls’ and Boys’ Under 13 high school football leagues this week; and the current standings in the four high school leagues.

Visiting the Holy City of Amritsar

From Everything Everywhere Updated on November 6, 2019 Amritsar is the most visited city in the northwestern Indian state of Punjab. The city is known as Holy City since it’s home to the Golden Temple religious complex (one of the most visited places in the world). It’s the most important city in Punjab, and also the […]

Estera expands AML services in the Cayman Islands

The Anti Money Laundering (AML) service portfolio of Estera Law (Cayman), formerly U Law Limited, will be consolidated into Estera Trust (Cayman) Limited following the business affiliation relationship which was announced last month The expansion of AML services further extends Estera’s strategic capability in the Cayman Islands and adds AML compliance officer services, money laundering […]

Cayman: NiCE Winter Project attracts new partnerships with MRCU, DoA

Attendees signing up to register onto the National Community Enhancement’s (NiCE) winter initiative were told about two new work allocations for the weeks ahead. As well as assisting in dengue prevention measures, some operatives will help with preparations for next February’s Agricultural Show.  Around 600 unemployed Caymanians and jobless spouses of Caymanians registered for work […]

Destinations of the week

THE BEST PLACES TO SEE THE BIG 5 IN AFRICA By Ashyln Molly From Travel Blissful The wonderful wildlife living in their natural habitat makes up a large part of the ‘spirit of Africa’. However, there are five animals that are the heartbeat of Africa and seeing them in all their glory needs to be […]

MILLS: Education as liberation

By Oliver Mills Education is an active, positive process which expands our consciousness, and enhances our understanding. In this sense, it liberates us from the strictures and barriers that have been imposed on us by society. Liberation implies being unhindered in our movements, not having our thinking being checked in order to restrict our ideas, […]