Like in the old time days of the American wild west, at last Friday’s highly anticipated meeting of Parliament, the PACT coalition of independents ‘circled the wagons’ to repel the enemy, a Progressives onslaught.
Encouraging signs for a robust economic bounce back for Cayman, especially with the upcoming winter tourist season, could be constrained by ongoing trends in other parts of the global economy.
After approximately a year and five months into office, the PACT (People-driven, Accountable, Competent and Transparent) coalition administration of Premier Wayne Panton is facing a no-confidence motion.
As the political debate continues to rage in the US over President Joe Biden’s decision to cancel billions of dollars of student debt, it has brought the issue of funding for higher education to the forefront globally.
This week’s conference organised by the Caribbean Tourism Organisation has given these islands great food-for-thought when it comes to how our Caribbean neighbours are positioning themselves to up their game when it comes to tourism following the pandemic shutdown of the past few years.
After months of mingling amongst residents on Cayman Brac, Mr. Ralph Lewis, founder and Publisher of the popular newspaper, “Caymanian Times,” announces, “effective Friday 16th, September 2022, the Caymanian Times newspaper will be free to all readers in Cayman Brac.
A global recession looms; inflation is spiking, economies are struggling, supply chains are under severe pressure, and a web of uncertainty surrounds the energy markets.
Our Creator has a plan for us even though we are not privy to the details.
The enduring relevance of the printed press was further amplified over the past few months with celebrations in the United Kingdom, here in the Cayman Islands and throughout the world marking the 70th anniversary of the reign of Her majesty Queen Elizabeth II.