October 23, 2017

Archives for June 2013

Frank Sound home robbed

Two masked men were seen running away from a residence on Frank Sound Road at around 2pm on Friday and the RCIPS were called The owners were contacted and returned to their home to discover a rear door had been pried open and that their bedrooms had been ransacked. An inventory was taken and a […]

Fight in the vicinity of Cotton Club

From RCIPS 6:45pm 29/6/13 On the 6/29/13 around 00:01 hrs, 911 received a report that a male was laying on the road in the vicinity of the Cotton Club.  On the arrival of the Police the victim   was found to be bleeding from the head. The individual was transported to the hospital where he was […]

2013 Constitution Day Message (revised)

Cayman Islands Constitutional Commission On 4 July, 1959 the concept of constitutional development began in the Cayman Islands after Caymanian Assemblymen petitioned the United Kingdom resulting in the issuance of a Royal Order-in-Council. After several revisions, the major one in 1972, the Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009 came into force on 6 November, 2009 following […]

Total Subers Return from Grand Cayman

By Aja Clarke, PADI PADI Diving Society members returned to Grand Cayman’s Sunset House for another week of diving, parties and friends. During the weeklong event (1-8 June 2013), Total Subers got a chance to dive with Dan Orr, President of Divers Alert Network (DAN); Marty McCafferty, DAN Medical Information Specialist; David Espinosa, Editor of […]

Olympians highlight gorgeous open water Flower Sea Swim in Cayman Islands

By Steven Munatones at Open Water Swimming, Swimming World With 882 people lined up at the start of the 21st annual Flowers Sea Swim, it was undoubtedly going to a fast 1-mile swim down Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman Island. The elite athletes had to get a jump on the hundreds of swimmers around […]

Faith Hospital celebrates 40th Anniversary this Sunday June 30

Faith Hospital is celebrating 40 years since its official opening. To celebrate this milestone, we are giving thanks with a community service on Sunday, June 30th, at The Veterans & Seaman’s Centre on Cayman Brac at 3pm, under the theme: “Faith Hospital Celebrating Forty years: By the People, For The People”. Please come out and […]

Banana conflict continues in Costa Rica

Banana workers in Costa Rica reached their eighth day of strikes against the US multinational Del Monte, which, along with four other companies, controls the worldwide market for the product, reported Telesur. The National Union of workers (UNT) called the different unions in the country to join the strike and to protest on Thursday in […]

Kim Collins to be inducted in University Hall of Fame

By Times Caribbean Staff Writer, From ZIZ Caribbean Sprint Legend Kim Collins will have yet another accolade added to his already illustrious career. The 37 year old Former World Champion and current top World Sprinter will be inducted into the TCU Texas Christian University Letterman’s Hall of Fame along with six other former TCU athletes. […]

“Switching” St. Kitts Parliamentarians Need To Act Honorably

Basseterre, St. Kitts From The Labour Spokesman There is something happening in St. Kitts-Nevis to which all Caribbean Governments and opposition parties need to pay attention. They need to do so because it has a direct bearing on Caribbean Governments’ ability to function in an atmosphere of Party integrity and stability. A member of the […]

Antigua’s opposition alert

By Rickey Singh, Trinidad Express The parliamentary opposition Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) has alerted the secretariats of both the Caribbean Community (Caricom) and the Organisation of American States (OAS) to what it views as a serious threat to constitutional, democratic governance in that twin-island  Eastern Caribbean country. This dramatic initiative yesterday came against […]