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Archives for October 30, 2012

The Editor Speaks: Bridger still makes news here

iNews Cayman has published a number of stories on Martin Bridger, the lead investigator of the notorious Tempura investigation into alleged corruption within the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS). Bridger was sent out here although he was already one of the self titled “The Untouchables” and we questioned why he was chosen in the […]

Romney up in Cayman Islands

BlackState.com Although the Cayman Islands have no electoral votes and no polls to our knowledge have actually been conducted we believe that Mitt Romney probably leads among those who have Cayman Island and or secret Swiss or offshore bank accounts to avoid paying U.S. taxes. It’s days before the election many states have early voting […]

Ethanol: Yesterday’s renewable energy?

The writing appears to be on the wall for the US corn-based ethanol industry. After recording a compound annual growth rate of more than 21% in the past decade, production of the so-called first-generation biofuel has peaked and is expected to fall in the coming years. In a report titled 1st Generation Ethanol Under Pressure*, […]

IMC acquire Premier League rights in Caribbean

The Premier League is pleased to announce that International Media Content Ltd. (IMC), parent company of SportsMax Limited, has been awarded the live audio visual broadcast rights for all 380 Barclays Premier League matches per season for seasons 2013/14 – 2015/16 in the Caribbean. Premier League Chief Executive, Richard Scudamore, said: “We are extremely pleased […]

2012-13 FOSTER’S FIRST DIVISION FIXTURES – 30 October 2012


Police issue warning of wheel thefts and immediately car parts thief arrested

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) are warning people who own, or drive, Honda motor cars to be extra vigilant following a spate of wheel thefts in the George Town area. Since the beginning of September, 13 (thirteen) theft reports have been received by police. Senior PC Fran General, of George Town police station, […]

Grand Cayman selects Zenky in Caribbean Blue

Zoeftig’s bold, refined Zenky seating, finished in a spectacular shade of blue, has really helped to enhance the Departure Hall at Owen Roberts International Airport in Grand Cayman. Located in George Town, the capital of the Cayman Islands, Owen Roberts International Airport is run by the Cayman Islands Airports Authority, whose vision is “To bring […]

Monster storm Sandy marches west, leaving death, chaos in its wake

By Michael Muskal and Tina Susman, Los Angeles Times Floods and fires, seawater surges and electrical outages, fierce rains and lashing winds continued to pummel parts of the Northeast as Sandy continued its destructive march on Tuesday. From Chicago to the Atlantic Ocean, through major cities including New York, Philadelphia and Washington, the impact of […]

Public servants cannot look forward to bonuses

This story appeared on the psnews.com.au site: CAYMAN ISLANDS Public Servants in the Cayman Islands can look forward to bonuses of up to 10 per cent of their salary under a new performance-based structure. The performance bonus will be awarded on a five-point rating scale. The structure is based on goals and responsibilities being set […]

Cuban musicians venture into enemy territory to celebrate art, not politics

By Oakland Ross the star KANSAS CITY, MO.—Nearly 1,600 mostly well-heeled denizens of the U.S. heartland stood at attention one night this month as Cuba’s national anthem was played for their benefit. Then they burst into eager applause. The next evening, a substantial gathering in Urbana, Ill., did exactly the same thing, followed just 24 […]