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Archives for October 2014

Cayman Brac: Traffic Disruptions-Brac Pirates Parade Saturday 1st November 2014

From  RCIPS Oct 31, 2014 at 2:13 PM Motorists are asked to avoid West End Cross Roads and Gerrard Smith Avenue, Cayman Brac between 330pm and 630pm on Saturday 1st November to facilitate the Brac Pirates Week Parade or plan to leave early to arrive on time at their destination.

UPDATE: Robbery at Cayman Islands Tortuga Rum Company/6 burglaries reported

UPDATE: Robbery at Cayman Islands Tortuga Rum Company From RCIPS Fri, Oct 31, 2014 at 1:25 PM At 11:30pm Thursday 30th October 2014, two men were arrested following the robbery at the North Sound Road, Tortuga Rum Store earlier that night. The accused persons age 35 yr. and 34 yr. respectively are residents of Bodden Town […]

iNews Briefs

Virgin Galactic spacecraft crash kills one From BBC Dr David Whitehouse, space scientist: “I think this shows that there is no such thing as routine, regular safe access to space” Continue reading the main story Related Stories Will crash set back space tourism? ‘This is catastrophic’ – scientist Watch Virgin spacecraft crashes in test flight […]

Halloween Classics: A look at the scary hotel that inspired Stephen King’s ‘The Shining’

By Gabe Zaldivar From TravelPulse Remember that all work and no play can make Jack a dull boy, so plan your next visit to one of the nation’s most horrifying hotels accordingly. The Shining (1980) is the classic tale of a man slowly going crazy before trying to murder his family with an axe. Oops, […]

Remembrance Day in the Cayman Islands

A Brief History and what to expect this year Remembrance Day was first observed in 1919 throughout the British Commonwealth. It was originally called “Armistice Day” to commemorate armistice agreement that ended the First World War on Monday, November 11, 1918, at 11 a.m.—on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. […]

The Editor Speaks: Bush can be likened to an old stuck gramophone record

It’s like listening to a worn out old gramophone record with the needle stuck in the groove when it comes to the verbal diarrhea that emanates from our former premier and now leader of the opposition Hon. McKeeva Bush when it comes to the Auditor General Alastair Swarbrick. I know most of you won’t know what […]

Cayman Islands native Bethany Ebanks receives commendation

Intro: The Proud of Them initiative recognises the positive achievements of young persons aged between 10 – 25 years. Through a public nomination process, individuals are honoured in the categories of Academics, Careers, Business, Sports, Culture or Community Service. Each person selected will be featured for six months at a time on billboards established across […]

Cayman Islands: CQS Cayman’s 13F Portfolio

By Alexandr Oleinic from Insider Monkey Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (FOX), Citigroup Inc (C), and Foster Wheeler AG (FWLT) are three largest stakes in CQS Cayman’s 13F Portfolio Michael Hintze‘s CQS Cayman LP is a diversified fund with around $9 billion in assets under management and offices in London and Hong Kong with smaller outlets […]

Kids will love these non-candy Halloween treats!

By Katherine Martinko From Treehugger Who says you have to hand out chocolate bars? Think outside the conventional candy box with these alternative and much healthier ideas. On Friday night, an army of little trick-or-treaters will be roaming streets and ringing doorbells, loot bags in hand. If you’re an urban dweller and expect trick-or-treaters, have […]

17 treats & drinks for your Halloween party

Recipes From The Kitchn Peanut Butter and Chocolate Graveyard Dirt Cake Halloween is [almost here]! Are you ready? Light a spooky Jack-o-lantern, hang some decorations, make one of these five loony food-themed costumes, and then get into the kitchen. From bug-eyed candy spiders to a graveyard dirt cake, and from a Bloody Manhattan to a […]