December 5, 2023

Baby Iguanas boom in San Diego Zoo

Over the past week there has been a baby boom for the highly endangered species of the blue iguana in the San Diego Zoo, Two breeding females and their mates remain in the zoo in case the population in Cayman takes a downward turn despite the precautions taken by the Government to protect them. Director […]

Selita Ebanks opens Stardom

George Town Primary School (GTPS) have launched the Stardom Advanced Programme with Cayman celebrity Selita Ebanks. Ms. Marie Martin, Principal of GTPS welcomed guests including the Honourable Rolston Anglin, Minister of Education, Training and Employment, Mr. Michael Myles of the Ministry of Education and Ms. Selita Ebanks. Ms. Martin spoke with gratitude for Ms. Selita’s […]

Miss Cayman contestants take to the streets

A bevy of beauties were paraded around Grand Cayman as Miss Cayman contestants made their last public appearance before the final. The annual cross-island motorcade on Saturday had ten girls along with the reigning Miss Cayman, Cristin Alexander. They were driven through the streets of Grand Cayman in convertibles waving to their supporters. The girls […]

Miss Cayman contestants bedazzle with their skills

The Miss Cayman contestants gave the public another preview of their modeling skills at Tiki Beach. The ten contestants modelled accessories from Bedazzle Fashion while swimwear and other garments were seen from Sand Angels. The girls modelled these items as another opportunity to put their newfound skills to the test before their big debut to […]

Defending your gender with Ms. Tammy Ebanks

iWoman looks at gender discrimination today with views from Ms. Tammy Ebanks of the Ministry of Community Affairs, Gender and Housing. Gender is often confused with sex, the two words are related but have different meanings. We are born male or female but we learn to become woman or man. Male and female is our […]

Police continue to investigate murder

Police yesterday said they have no new information on the gangland-style murder of Robert Bush. But detectives are hoping to hold a news conference today following Tuesday night’s murder. Father of one, Mr Bush was shot dead in a car at the junction of Birch Tree Hill Road and Captain Joe and Osbert Road on […]

Cristin comes home

She may not have been crowned Miss Universe but she’ll always be a winner in our eyes. Current Miss Cayman, Cristin Alexander, still looked amazing when she landed home despite a long flight from Brazil. She said: “It was an incredible experience. I went there and I gave it my very best. I feel like […]

Passport 2 Success round five commences

The Passport 2 Success training programme began on Monday September 12 with its welcome from the Ministry of Education yesterday. The 12-week full time programme, created by the Ministry of Education, Training and Employment, is geared to provide education, training, and employment opportunities. Minister of Education, Mr. Rolston Anglin along with Ms. Mary Rodriguez from […]

“Aviramp” – helping disabled people board aircraft with dignity

A company called Aviramp Ltd was formed to help the aviation branch of Ra’alloy Ramps Ltd to create a range of access ramps, stairways and service platforms from aluminum. Using the words of the company itself, “Aviramp was developed to meet the ever-growing demands of the aviation business and in particular for travelling passengers.” The […]

Cayman High School reunites

Students who attended the school located behind the Library during 1949 and 1964 are invited to attend the celebrations on the weekend of September 16th – 18th. Starting Friday September 16th will be a Sing-a-long gathering starting at 7:30pm next to the Grape Tree Café in Bodden Town. Attendees are asked to bring along their […]