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Archives for November 24, 2019

Cayman Islands Regiment scoping exercise underway

Following the visit to the Cayman Islands of Minister for Armed Forces, Mark Lancaster last month, a Ministry of Defence team has arrived in the islands to help support and advise on how to set up a military Regiment. Commander Con Burns, Major Rennie Bulmer and Major Ed Dutton are all members of the UK […]

Cayman: New approach for Youth Parliament

More than two dozen students from public and private high schools and colleges across the Cayman Islands have begun a half year training programme ahead of the 2020 Youth Parliament. The young participants aged 13-17 years are receiving intensive coaching from the staff and Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) ahead of the Youth Parliament […]

The Publisher speaks: Poem – “What a Find”

By Joan E. Wilson As promised yesterday, here is the poem relating to the last incident described in the story. And thank you to Chris Johnson who placed the lovely comment on the website. Yes, Chris, there are still many, many, honest people about, and not just us Caymanians. WHAT A FIND By Joan (Watler) […]

Cayman: 2019 CYFL U18 HS Football Leagues : Weekly Scores

See below this week’s scores from games played in the CUC Girls’ and Boys’ Under 18 High school football leagues.

Caribbean Airlines delivers strong financial performance for 2019

Piarco, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. November 22, 2019 – Caribbean Airlines is pleased to report its unaudited summary financial results for January – September 2019, which show the airline continues to achieve an operating profit and is net income positive. The implementation of new technology, expansion of the airline’s route network, an increase in passenger […]

Waikiki Holiday Parade

By Ashlyn Molly From Travel Blissful DON’T MISS THE WAIKIKI HOLIDAY PARADE IN HAWAII! November 6, 2019 You don’t need to know someone who was affected by the bombing of Pearl Harbor to attend the annual parade commemorating it. The Waikiki Holiday Parade is such a moving event that many people from around the world come to […]

Call to action: End legislative inertia and judicial activism

November 19, 2019:  The Caribbean CAUSE notes that constitutional challenges to buggery laws have now been filed in Dominica and in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Armed with first-instance decisions in Belize and Trinidad and Tobago, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) activists are now churning their way through the Caribbean, seeking to implement their agenda […]

Ogier Latin American team bring their expertise to CAIS Brazil

Ogier’s Latin American experts will be speaking at the CAIS (Cayman Alternative Investment Summit) Brazil being held in Sao Paolo on 3rd December and Rio de Janeiro on 5th December. CAIS Brazil brings together industry leaders to discuss the trends shaping global financial services. Partner Giorgio Subiotto, director of Ogier Global, Cayman, Ben Gillooly, and […]

Cayman: Marine ecologist responds to incorrect statements made at Cruise Port Referendum (CPR) campaign regarding coral

As the marine biologist from Polaris Applied Sciences Inc who attached the corals at the TATOOSH anchor damage site in West Bay, Grand Cayman and the container vessel SAGA grounding at Eden Rock, Grand Cayman, I am responding to the statements made by Dr Carrie Manfrino at the official launch of the Cruise Port Referendum […]

Pixel art in the streets

Humorous Pixel Art in the Streets by a Swedish Artist From Designer Daily Pappas Pärlor is the pseudonym of Johan Karlgren, a Swedish artist, for his street art activities. On his Instagram account, he regularly shares his latest work. His pieces are often contextual, involving popular culture characters and a lot of humor. ABOUT THE AUTHOR […]