February 23, 2019

Archives for November 24, 2011

Fire at Lobster Pot

Firefighters were called to a George Town restaurant after a blaze sent smoke billowing into the air. Police cordoned off North Church Street around 6pm after the fire at the Lobster Pot. No one was injured and damage was minimal. Paramedics were put on standby while the building was evacuated.  Cars traveling in rush hour […]

Escapee now wanted for burglary

Detectives have confirmed that escaped prisoner, Charlton Ebanks, is now wanted for a string of George Town burglaries. The burglaries occurred in the days before he was arrested. Since his arrest information has come to light which makes him a suspect in a number of burglaries in the George Town / Snug Harbour areas. Ebanks, […]

Federer routs Nadal 6-3, 6-0 at ATP finals

LONDON (AP) — No tears, no drama, no contest. The 26th episode of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal’s compelling rivalry was one of their most one-sided. Federer took exactly 1 hour to complete a 6-3, 6-0 victory Tuesday, qualifying for the semifinals of the ATP World Tour Finals with his most comprehensive victory over the […]

Dishin’ with Dody: May you have a blessed (and sweet!) Thanksgiving

When it comes to Thanksgiving desserts, pumpkin pie is the number one choice.  I love pumpkin, but not a fan of it in pie.  One of my favourite ways of using this harvest time ingredient is turning it into fudge.  Another very important dish of Thanksgiving is cranberry sauce.  Consider this a bonus recipe…you will […]

Bush signs Fiscal Agreement in London

Premier McKeeva Bush has said he wants to leave Her Majesty’s Government and the rest of the world in no doubt about the propriety of his country’s Financial Services Industry. Premier Bush has presented a letter to David Gauke MP, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury. The Premier’s move came as he signed the historical Fiscal […]

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Prince Harry rents Harley for first visit to Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Those lucky enough to have a brush with Prince Harry during his first visit to Las Vegas say he was as down-to-earth as any other 27-year-old who appreciates a Harley, a night out with friends, and a cheap beer. The weekend rendezvous in Sin City came as the prince is spending […]

23/11/11

Acting Governor’s tribute

Acting Governor Donny Ebanks has paid tribute to the late Pastor Al Ebanks., describing him as a “tireless servant of the people.” He said “Civil society in the Cayman Islands has lost a leading light. Over many years, in a variety of endeavours, Pastor Al Ebanks became the epitome of a tireless servant of the […]

“The lady doth protest too much” and hats off to ‘Killa’

Queen Gertrude added the word ‘methinks’ at the end of the above quotation from Hamlet Act 3, scene 2. It means that the lady objects so much as to lose credibility. It seems to me we are in danger of doing just that because everything being proposed here in the Cayman Islands is being objected […]