January 18, 2020

Cayman December 2019 Funerals

Shaquille Demario Bush         24 Feb 1995 – 12 Nov 2019   Boatswain Bay Hannah Joan (Jackson) Parchman          29 Jun 1924 – 1 Dec 2019    Creek Florence Elizabeth (Ebanks) Pottinger    25 Jul 1926 – 17 Dec 2019   Garden of Reflection Durney Loxley Ebanks            […]

Cayfest 2020

Cayman: Cayfest 2020 to Showcase Best of Cayman’s Art & Culture CayFest is almost here! Creative excellence from Cayman’s arts and culture community will be on display next month when Cayfest, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s (CNCF) annual arts and culture festival, gets underway in February. Organisers are looking forward to once again highlighting the […]

Kearney Gomez is new Chairman of the Board of the Port Authority of the Cayman Islands

George Town, Cayman Islands (17 January, 2020) The Ministry of District Administration, Tourism and Transport is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Kearney Gomez as Chairman of the Board of the Port Authority of the Cayman Islands (PACI), for a period of four years, commencing 2 January, 2020. Mr. Gomez is a retired civil […]

Cayman: Chamber elects new Council for 2020

Woody Foster is the new President of the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce. He accepted the top leadership role at the organisation’s annual general meeting held at the Grand Old House restaurant on Wednesday, 8th January. He becomes the first son of a Past President (the late David Foster who held the position from 2000 – […]

How to plan an International move to the Caribbean

Moving to a place that is heaven on earth is something many people dream of. But, moving to a popular holiday destination doesn’t actually mean that you will be on holiday for the rest of your life. That is why it is extremely important to know what you are getting yourself into when you decide […]

Cayman: Premier off to Cayman Finance NY meeting

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin will leave the Cayman Islands on Sunday to attend the 7th Annual Cayman Finance New York Breakfast Briefing on Tuesday, 21 January. At the meeting the Premier will deliver remarks promoting the Cayman Islands as a reliable and stable jurisdiction in which to do business. Those […]

Doomsday Clock Update – Major 1/23 announcement set by scientists, former world leaders

“DOOMSDAY CLOCK” UPDATE SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 23 IN WASHINGTON, D.C. Announcement Comes As Nuclear, Climate, and Tech Issues Dominate An Unsettled World Stage; Experienced World Leaders to Join Bulletin Experts on Climate and Nuclear Warfare. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will host a live international news conference at 10 a.m. EST/1500 GMT […]

The Editor speaks: Government agencies have “too much red tape to humbug progress”

How many times have we, the public at large, had to deal with government agencies executing willy nilly “too much red tape to humbug progress”? All the time. And now our Lord Chief Justice,Anthony Smellie, has encountered it and uttered the exact statement I have used in my Editorial title – “too much red tape […]

Oldest material on Earth

The oldest material on Earth has been found in a meteorite By Ashley Strickland From CNN Fifty years ago, a meteorite fell to Earth and landed in Australia, carrying with it a rare sample from interstellar space. A new analysis of the meteorite revealed stardust that formed between five to seven billion years ago. That […]

Destinations ruined by tourists

By Ben Mack From Business Insider The 2010s saw more people traveling than ever before, according to The Guardian’s report on recent figures from the World Tourism Organization. But millions upon millions of people going on adventures has put pressure on numerous destinations. Some, like Venice, have long been affected by overtourism, but others like Dubrovnik, Croatia, are facing new […]