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Archives for January 2014

2014 PwC Men’s Invitational Championships

The 2014 PwC Men’s Invitational Championships runs from Jan. 28 to Feb. 1. PwC  has been the main sponsor of the tournament for eight years now. Last year’s doubles champion Stefano Ianni has teamed up with a new partner, Denis Zivkovic. The both started well winning their match on Thursday 6-0, 6-0 against Richard Harrison and Mike […]

Cayman Flag Football Latest Sat (1) Sun (2)

Saturday Feb 1 2014 – First Day – Registration and introduction to the game Times are as follows: Senior Division Players (ages 14 – 17) – 11:00 am till 12:30 pm Junior Division (Ages 7 – 9) – 12:30 pm till 2 pm Middle division (Ages 10 – 13) – 2 pm till 3:30 Once […]

Saturday (1 Feb) !!!! SUP(er) KIDS! Free Stand Up Paddleboarding fun day

It’s Saturday afternoon. Don’t forget to register!! As we had so much fun at our last free Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) afternoon for children with any type of special need, learning challenge or disability – we’re doing it again!!! It will be held at Governor’s beach from 3-5 p.m. on Saturday 1st February 2014 and […]

The Editor Speaks: HARDtalk for Premier in London but no potshots here in Cayman

It struck me as very strange that Cayman’s Premier, Alden McLaughlin won’t participate in anymore press briefings in his own country but is willing to appear on the BBC television programme “HARDtalk” that takes no prisoners. I well remember an interview two years ago when BBC Presenter Jamie Robertson (the writer of iNews Cayman story […]

SteppingStones proudly sponsored the CFA Cayman Islands Society Conference

SteppingStones proudly sponsored the CFA Cayman Islands Society Conference last Thursday (23) at George Town Yacht Club and picked up some excellent tips for potential CFA candidates: Tips: 1. Prepare, you should ensure that you dedicate at least 300 hours for each level. 2. Study the LOS – the curriculum is key to how you […]

American tourist killed after being hit by jet ski [in Jamaica]

From Caribbean360 KINGSTON, Jamaica, Wednesday January 29, 2014, CMC – Police are searching for those responsible for the death of an American national, Tomas Torres Castillo, who died after being hit by a jet ski on Tuesday. Police in the tourist resort town of Negril, west of here, said Castillo, from Las Vegas, Nevada, was […]

iNews Briefs

Death of police officer  – RCIPS Commissioner instructs independent review (RCIPS) Following a directive from Police Commissioner David Baines that an independent review of the circumstances surrounding the arrest, and the subsequent death, of Police Constable Raphael Williams should take place, the review, by officers from the Bermuda Police Service, began on Tuesday (28 January). […]

Canada-CARICOM trade talks shrouded in doubt

In their present economic circumstances, CARICOM countries need a continuing and structured relationship with Canada that governs trade and investment says Sir Ronald Sanders. By Sir Ronald Sanders BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Thursday January 30, 2014 – Negotiations on a trade agreement between Canada and Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries have limped along for over five years.  Unless […]

Former St Lucia prime minister feels betrayed

From Caribbean360 CASTRIES, St.Lucia, CMC – Ousted opposition leader, Stephenson King, says he feels betrayed but nevertheless humbled and inspired by the level of support from the public. On Thursday (23), one day after he was voted out of office by his fellow parliamentarians, King said the support from many citizens has pushed him to […]

Cayman Enterprise City hits major milestone of 100 Companies in the Zone

CEC assesses the special economic zone’s impact on Cayman’s economy after a very successful year Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – Cayman Enterprise City (“CEC”), The Cayman Islands’ award-winning knowledge-based special economic zone, has hit a major milestone by signing up its 100th company to enter the zone − a goal CEC set for itself last […]