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Archives for November 3, 2011

Scholars and Elite continue to roll

Elite Sports Club continues to keep pace with current leaders Scholars International in this year’s Cayman Premier League. The new look Scholars team has been very impressive so far as they remain undefeated and top of the Cayman Premier League 3 points above Elite SC who remain in second place after beating Tigers FC 4:1 […]

UK relationship needs to change

Variously claiming that ”this country is dying” and “McKeeva has fooled us again”, speakers at Wednesday’s North Side community meeting sought to alert residents to the position of the Cayman Islands with regard to Britain. Called by North Side independent MLA Ezzard Miller, the meeting featured Leader of the Opposition People’s Progressive Movement (PPM) Alden […]

Chinese to aid Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Dozens of doctors and nurses fanned out from a Chinese navy hospital ship to treat poor Jamaicans as part of a global humanitarian mission to portray China’s rapidly growing military as a responsible power. The People’s Liberation Army’s 584-foot-long (178-meter-long) Peace Ark carries more than 100 medical volunteers who provide free surgery, […]

Why was this sex fiend allowed out?

Jeffrey Barnes was let out of prison after serving a minimal prison sentence for RAPE. His victim then was a 16 year old girl and he received a time in prison of just over a year! He didn’t waste anytime to allegedly commit the same crime again. A few weeks later, an eleven year old […]

More rape allegations against Barnes

Another woman has come forward alleging sexual assault against convicted rapist Jeffrey Barnes, telling police she was attacked in the past few days, just prior to his Tuesday arrest on charges stemming from two incidents on Saturday. The woman, reporting from overseas, had worked in the Cayman Islands and was “not a tourist”, according to […]

Brac residents encouraged to apply for their own home

For Brac residents the dream of owning their own home has just gotten a step closer. The Sister Islands Affordable Housing Development Corporation (SIAHDC) is encouraging potential homeowners to begin the application process. The screening process considers areas like income, property ownership and family situation. The first Phase is complete with eight homes occupied on […]

Something very spooky is going on!

Which witch is which? Ghosts, mummies, zombies, vampires, and werewolves, together with wizards, other spooky characters from films or books took to the streets over the weekend to celebrate Halloween (31st October) in style. Trick or treating has become very popular here, and the kids were out in force. On Friday evening a group of […]


Water company to review results

Consolidated Water Co. Ltd. which develops and operates seawater desalination plants and water distribution systems in areas where naturally occurring supplies of potable water are scarce or nonexistent, announced that it has scheduled a conference call for 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time (EST) on Thursday, November 10, 2011, to review the Company’s operating results for the […]

Thai flood holdouts complicate relief efforts

BANGKOK (AP) — There’s no food left for sale anywhere near Thipawan Pipatkul’s house. In fact, there’s not much of her house left above the surface now that the fetid black waters have poured in. Yet, like thousands in Bangkok’s flood zones, she’s ignoring government warnings to evacuate. Instead, Thipawan and her husband are making […]