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Archives for November 26, 2019

Cayman: CBC arrest five persons in Port Operation

Five persons were arrested by the Customs and Border Control Service (CBC) for various work and CBC offenses during an operation on Thursday 21st November at the George Town Port.  CBC Deputy Director, Mr. Jeff Jackson having the responsibility for the Enforcement portfolio stated that “the operation was to heighten border security efforts by executing actions […]

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Explore CaymanKind

ICCI Students Explore CaymanKind Twelve undergraduate students of the International College of the Cayman Islands (ICCI) who enrolled in the fall 2019 Local Seminar on the Cayman Islands had more than an awesome educational journey back in time, as they were immersed in the history, culture and heritage of all three islands. This initiative by […]

Cayman: 8 new cases of dengue

From Cayman Islands Public Health Department Dengue Update as of 22 November 2019 ·         Since the last update on November 8, 2019, 37 additional results have been received from the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) confirming eight new cases of dengue in the Cayman Islands. ·         Of these eight new cases, three patients had travelled to a country with year-round transmission of dengue, while five had […]

Embracing the advantages of smallness

Reproduced Courtesy News784 Tuesday, November 26, 2019 — Hon. Saboto Caesar, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, Rural Transformation, Industry and Labour in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, is calling on CARICOM Member States to “harness the advantages of our smallness,” as it relates to the region’s agriculture sector. “Our region must position itself as the producer […]

Cayman: Sudden death: 72-year-old-man dies in water-related incident

From RCIPS 26 Nov 2019 Just before 2PM, yesterday 25 November, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre to a location on North Church Street, George Town, where it was reported that a man had experienced difficulties whilst diving and was being brought to shore by the boat he was […]

Chamber of Commerce hosts opening reception for Mentoring Cayman 2020

The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports, Agriculture & Lands (MEYSAL), celebrated the opening reception of the 2019/2020 Mentoring Cayman programme on Wednesday, November 7, at Triple C School. This year’s programme pairs over fifty top achieving high school students with successful professionals and business owners within […]

Higgs & Johnson recognized by Legal 500 Caribbean (2020 ed.)

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands, 27 November 2019 – Higgs & Johnson has received ranking accolades with the release of Legal 500 Caribbean (2020), the clients’ guide to the best law firms and lawyers. The firm was recognized in the practice areas of real estate and litigation. The real estate team was praised for ‘meeting impossible […]

Cayman: CIG announces leadership graduates

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Over a hundred supervisors and managers have completed a leadership programme delivered by City & Guilds of London through the Civil Service College (CSC). The programme which ended in September, and is an integral part of the Civil Service’s  Five-Year Strategic Plan, culminated in a recognition event on Thursday (21 November 2019), where […]

Mills: The continued presence of politics in organisations

By Oliver Mills Politics in organisations is no different from party politics as we know it. In fact organisational politics derives its description from politics as an art and a science which deals with how to acquire and maintain power. In party politics, there is the practice of blaming and shaming, devaluing the opponent, presenting […]