November 20, 2019

5 ways to say “Thanks dad” this Father’s Day at Cayman Islands’ Camana Bay

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Camana Bay, Grand Cayman (Tuesday 6 June 2017): Celebrate the man in your life this Father’s Day. Spend time together by going through this list of fun things to do at Camana Bay with Dad – and remember to say “thanks Dad!” for showing you how to catch a ball, teaching you to drive, and […]

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Department of Immigration Closure Tue Sep 20 The Department of Immigration would like to inform the public that there will be a change to business hours on Tuesday, 20 September 2016. Immigration’s public counter, visa, passport and enforcement reception will close to the public from 12 noon to 5:00 pm in order to facilitate staff […]

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Gas Power Storage in an All-Electric World From The Carbon Wars Hybrid energy systems, which combine renewable energy and hydrogen storage, are an optimal solution for off-grid power supply and off-grid transport based on hydrogen. Electrical power can be turned into stored gas by transforming the energy from wind into hydrogen (or as a liquid […]

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  Cayman Islands Seamen’s & Veterans Continuation Confirmation Certificates – Reminder The Ministry of Community Affairs reminds all seamen and veterans receiving the ex-gratia benefit to submit this year’s Seamen’s and Veterans Continuation Confirmation Certificates no later than Friday, 30 September 2016. Recipients who miss the deadline will be suspended until the documentation is received, […]

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  Caribbean Airlines places ban on use of Galaxy Note 7 in flight From JaNews PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, September 11, 2016 – Following a directive issued by the T&T Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA), Caribbean Airlines yesterday placed a ban on the in-flight use and battery charging of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on all […]

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Scientists build a laser using human blood By Jon Fingas From engadget It could help study cell activity or improve the effectiveness of cancer surgery. No, this isn’t one of your childhood sci-fi dreams brought to life — it’s real. University of Michigan researchers have developed a medical observation laser where human blood is a […]

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  Cayman Islands Flow’s slow “degradation of service” due to fibre cut in Miami The slow Flow telecommunication service last week (Tuesday Aug 30) has been reported by The Cayman Compass as being due “ to a fibre cut in Miami which had a knock-on effect in the fixed switching platform in Cayman, which started […]

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  Cayman Islands Customs Department issues strong warning after arrest of passenger for disorderly conduct This past week saw the Customs Department arresting a traveller for Disorderly Conduct after he arrived on a flight from the USA. Providing details, Acting Deputy Collector Jeff Jackson said, “On Monday, 22nd August 2016, a male passenger arrived on […]

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  Colombian national goes to jail for sex crimes in Cayman Islands Michell Anderson Garcia (26), a Colombian national, received a 12 year jail sentence on Wednesday (Aug 31) by Justice Michael Mettyear at Cayman Islands Grand Court. Garcia pleaded guilty to multiple sex offences that included sexually assaulting a 5-year-old child, raping a teenage […]

Find magic in reading at Cayman Islands Camana Bay

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FIND MAGIC IN READING AT CAMANA BAY Celebrating Literacy Month and Roald Dahl’s 100th Birthday Camana Bay. Grand Cayman (Friday 26 August 2016): Throughout the month of September Camano Bay will celebrate Literacy Month and renowned children’s author Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday. which falls on the 13th. Activities on tap – run in conjunction with local […]