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Archives for November 2, 2011

Ganja found after sea chase

Shortly after 2am on Tuesday, 1 November 2011, officers aboard Marine Vessels Niven D and Tornado were conducting maritime border patrols along the south coast of the island. Upon checking the coastlines near the Pedro bluff area, officers observed suspicious activities at sea. The officers investigated what they initially thought might have been a transfer […]

Two men arrested for murder

Two men have been arrested and are detained in police custody in connection with the death of 24-year-old Andrew Baptist. The arrests were made during police operations in Newlands and West Bay early this morning (Wednesday, 2 November 2011). Mr. Baptist was shot in Sand Hole Road, West Bay, on Thursday, 15 September 2011. The […]


Plane carrying NASCAR owner crash lands

KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — A small jet carrying the owner of NASCAR’s top team and his wife lost its brakes and crash landed at a Key West, Fla., airport Monday evening, and the couple suffered minor injuries, officials said. The Gulfstream 150 aircraft ran off the runway at the Key West International Airport Monday […]

Youth Sailing Championship hailed a success

Youth sailors converged on the North Sound to compete in the 2011 Scotiabank Youth National Sailing Championship. The annual National Sailing Championship is one of the most anticipated sailing regattas on the Cayman Islands Sailing Club’s calendar, and once again this year the regatta lived up to its reputation. There were four different classes: Laser […]

Dishin’ with Dody: Potato Cakes

A close friend of mine, Debra, and I were having lunch last Monday when she asked me how I knew that Mike was the one I should marry.  I found the question quite interesting and one I had not really pondered, however, the answer came quite easily.  Debra and I have known each other for […]

Crossword Puzzle

Appeal to Governor Duncan Taylor to Intercept Premier Bush’s White Paper Survey Initiative

Author of five Books, Christian and Secular, Former Deputy Chairman of the Concerned Citizens responsible for the original constitutional draft enacted in 2009, and Bill of rights to be implemented in 2012.Dr. Florence Goring-Nozza is very concerned about the survey initiative by the country’s premier McKeeva Bush. “How useful is this survey going to be […]

Marching Band wins Cayman’s Got Talent

The Mary Miller Hall was filled with hundreds of excited supporters as the final of this year’s Cayman’s Got Talent got underway Despite great performances from all the other fourteen ‘stars’ who had been selected from all Cayman’s districts during previous rounds, it was the Cayman Islands Marching Band who won, with a total of […]


There’s nothing as nice as togetherness With friends we hold so dear To share one’s delights or problems And to show each other we care A look, a touch gives one a feeling of belonging.   But in these days of rush and never stop We pass each other on the street or in a […]