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Archives for May 2012

Serious road crash

A woman is being treated in hospital following a single vehicle road crash in the vicinity of Moon Bay Condos early this morning, Thursday 31 May 2012. About 3.50 am a Ford Explorer, which was being driven towards Bodden Town, crashed off the road into bushes close to Moon Bay Condos. Emergency services attended the […]

Primary government schools closures

Guyana powerlifters coming to Cayman Islands

Guyana’s powerlifters are in for a busy second half of 2012 as the Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation (GAPF) has earmarked four international events, including one on Grand Cayman, that it plans to attend from July to November.         These events include the North American Regional Tournament of the Americas from July 24-29 […]

Number Puzzle May 31

Sudoku Puzzle May 31

Word Search Puzzle May 31

2013 Cayman Islands General Elections programme published

Election Day is WEDNESDAY 22ND MAY 2013 Set out below is the timetable and programme for next year’s elections together with the 2013 (expected Public Holidays). With less than ten months to get this country “back on track” and “in the black” before the Legislative Assembly (LA) is dissolved and a referendum to get over […]

Chamber participants learn about service

With the ever-changing demands on the business community to ensure good customer service to clients, seven employees were recently exposed to some pertinent training at the Chamber of Commerce on May 16th 2012.  The course, Service Over the Phone, was facilitated by Ms. Lois Kellyman ,who boasts some 20 years experience in the field of […]

Ingleton places second in Open Water 800m in Cayman

Twenty-two-year-old Kadian Ingleton, a double gold and double silver medallist at the 2007 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Shanghai, China, placed second at the 10th Annual Butterfield 800m Open Water Swim on Saturday in the Cayman Islands. Competing in the aged 20-29 category with 100 swimmers, some regular and some with special needs, Ingleton […]

Olympus settles with ex-chief Woodford after admitting lossmaking in Cayman Islands

Michael Woodford, the former Olympus chief executive, has reached an out-of-court settlement with the Japanese company for unfair dismissal. Mr Woodford was sacked just two weeks into his tenure after he raised questions about $1bn in suspicious payments made by the optical equipment maker. Terms of the settlement were not immediately disclosed, but it was […]