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Archives for October 7, 2012

The Publisher Speaks: The Month of the Older Person

Because this is the Month of the Older Person we are replacing our normal Editorial with our Publisher’s, Joan (Watler) Wilson’s poem, “Ageing” that says it all. She mentions Caymanians still thankfully with us, and some that have passed away …..   Read and digest her words as she starts her Editorial Prose ….. “Ageing […]

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving Day Today (8)

To all Canadians here in the Cayman Islands, and to all others reading this on the web, iNews Cayman wants to wish everyone of you a VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY Thanksgiving Day in Canada Thanksgiving Day in Canada has been a holiday on the second Monday of October since 1957. It is a chance for […]

World Cup of Mixed Martial Arts Appoints Caribbean Director

Written by: Eddie Goldman From World Cup of Mixed Martial Arts: ROME, Italy – The World Cup of Mixed Martial Arts (WCMMA™), is proud to announce the appointment of Bob Daigle as the WCMMA Director to the Caribbean. Mr. Daigle will manage WCMMA Caribbean operations out of offices in the Cayman Islands. His duties include […]

Immigration Excellence Rewarded

An official certificate and a $250 cheque – well-earned rewards – were presented to Mrs. (Marjorie) Dale Hill of the Immigration Department this week by officials from the Portfolio of Internal and External Affairs (PIE). Mrs. Hill is one of three recipients of a Chief Officer’s Choice Award, part of the Deputy Governor’s Award programme […]

Labour and Pensions in the Sister Islands

To keep a productive workforce, employers and employees need to be aware of the Labour and Pensions Laws. The Department of Labour and Pensions (DLP) believes that each individual in these islands should be aware of the Labour (including occupational safety Regulations) and Pensions laws of the islands. In early summer, the DLP took a […]

CIFA Annual Awards Ceremony

What is FACTA and is Cayman preparing for it?

The following is a government release: Cayman’s Government, Private Sector prepare for FACTA As the Cayman Islands Government’s Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) Task Force evaluates the suitability of a government-to-government reporting arrangement with the US, it also acknowledges that the local financial services industry is making its necessary preparations for managing FATCA. “Government […]

Cayman Sailors at Bahamas Optimist National Championships

Harbour Island hosted the Bahamas’ largest sailing regatta last weekend (5-7) when the top junior sailors competed for top honours in the 2012 Optimist National Championships. The 2012 contest is the largest sailing regatta ever held in the Bahamas with more than 90 boats registered to compete. Sailors ranged in age from 8 to 15 […]

New stamps celebrate Marine Life

Twelve colourful postage stamps showcasing the beauty of these islands marine life will be the Cayman Islands Postal Service’s (CIPS) newest release.  Cayman Islands Marine Life – Definitive Series, to be issued on Tuesday, 9 October, will also commemorate World Postal Day. With stunning images from underwater photographers Elly Wray, Guy Harvey, Darvin Ebanks, Phil […]

1st Model Elite Grad ceremony was a HUGE success

Fab-Fetale Island Exclusive Model Management & Modelles Magnifique Training School hosted their first ever graduation ceremony for their certified models. The evening began with cocktails and local drinks on the patio of the Begonia Conference Room at about 6:30 p.m. After cocktails, the specially invited guests were treated to a 20 minute fashion show which […]