November 15, 2019

Cayman: Official funeral planned for John McLean

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      Flags at half-mast yesterday to mourn passing of former Executive Council Member John McLean ·        Mr McLean represented East End as a Member of the Legislative Assembly from 1976-2000. He also served three four-year terms as a member of Executive Council. ·        Flags will fly at half-mast again from two days before Mr McLean’s official funeral. Grand […]

Jamaica to sign multi-destination marketing agreement with Mexico

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From South Florida Caribbean News KINGSTON, Jamaica – Efforts to boost cooperation between Jamaica and Mexico, in the area of tourism, will bear fruit as both countries will sign a memorandum of understanding to concretize a multi-destination marketing arrangement, in Madrid, Spain on January 16, 2018. The move forms part of a greater plan to […]

Both Presidents of Dutch Parliament visit the Caribbean part of the Kingdom

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From Curacao Chronicle THE HAGUE – The Presidents of the First and Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament, Ankie Broekers-Knol and Khadija Arib, will visit the Caribbean part of the Kingdom from January 6 to 13, 2018. They will visit the Windward Islands in particular to take note of the devastation caused by the hurricanes […]

WORLD ORPHANS DAY was observed Monday, November 13

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November 11, 2017 Nashville, TN… On Monday, November 13 there will be events, vigils and fundraisers commemorating World Orphans Day in various countries around the world. Facilitated by a Nashville based organization, The Stars Foundation, the flagship platform for orphans is being expanded to include an internationally promoted World Orphans Day theme song in 2018. […]

Hurricane devastation in Caribbean [funds needed]

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by Jacqueline Johnson From FundRazr As a seasoned veteran of the Travel Industry(25+ years) with involvement in all aspects of the industry – especially in the area of Romance, Weddings/Honeymoons, I am the CEO of GlobalBridalGroup/www.MarryCaribbean.com. Recently Hurricane Irma made its way through the Caribbean leaving a path of destruction – life and property. To […]

The Editor speaks: Hurrah for former Cayman Islands Governor Alan Scott

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One of my favourite Governors of the Cayman Islands I had the pleasure of meeting was Alan Scott. He was jovial, friendly and very far from being pompous. When it was publically announced I had cancer recently and I was staging my last play I had written he sent me an email wishing me well […]