June 25, 2019

Archives for November 29, 2011

Surfers rescued

On Tuesday night, 911 received a call of two surfers off South Sound cemetery in distress due to rough seas. Marine Unit was informed and the police helicopter which was airborne at the time, responded to the location and rapidly identified one male and one female in distress. Despite the rough seas both individuals eventually […]

Man arrested – Murder of Jason Christian

Police can confirm that a 25-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of Jason Christian. The arrest took place at the George Town Court House on Tuesday afternoon. The man was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder. Jason Christian, aged 18 years,  was shot and killed in Crewe Road on […]


Lightning strikes – twice!

Lightning really did strike twice in the same place – the ring inside the D Dalmain Boxing Gym. Peter “Lightning” Lewison came up against experienced and more mature US fighter Brant Skylar on Saturday night. But Peter proved if you’re good enough – then you are certainly old enough with a classy and professional display […]

Tributes pour in for classy Speed

The Football Association of Wales has opened a book of condolence after being inundated with messages of support following the death of manager Gary Speed. Speed died at his home on the outskirts of Chester on Sunday, with sources confirming he was found hanged. Cheshire Police said the inquest into Speed’s death will be opened […]

Roberto blames Liverpool for red card

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini accused Liverpool’s players of getting Mario Balotelli sent off as the Premier League leaders were held to a 1-1 draw at Anfield. Substitute Balotelli was given his marching orders in the 83rd minute following a second yellow card for elbowing Liverpool’s Slovakian defender Martin Skrtel – 18 minutes after the […]

Alyssa Chin back after injury

After eight months of rehabilitation recovering from a torn acl knee injury, seventeen year old Alyssa Chin returned to the Cayman Islands Women’s National Program this week. Chin who attends the Raburn Gap Nacoochee School in Georgia, USA returns after a long layoff from football, at times the long road back from injury had Alyssa questioning […]

Policy Coordination Unit Director appointed

Career civil servant Mr. Robert Lewis has been appointed as the first director of the Cabinet Office’s Policy Coordination Unit. The main purpose of this post is to coordinate the development and implementation of policies across all Government ministries and portfolios. Mr. Lewis is working with a small team of colleagues to develop independent advice […]

Next Generation Workforce

Pursuing internationally recognised qualifications will give young people the edge they need when entering today’s job market. This was the message from the Minister of Youth the Hon. Mark Scotland as he recently paid a courtesy call to Superior Auto’s Training Centre. Addressing a group of trainees, the minister emphasized personal responsibility as a pre-requisite […]

Singer Charlotte Church: Press destroyed my career

LONDON (AP) — She was just 13 when Rupert Murdoch asked her to sing at his wedding. Charlotte Church was given a choice: a 100,000 pound fee, or a chance to generate good will with the media magnate by performing for free. She wanted the cash, but her record company and manager said no, it […]