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Archives for June 23, 2015

Benjamin’s cough elixir recalled in Cayman Islands

Foster’s Food Fair-IGA would like to announce that P.A Benjamin Manufacturing Co. Ltd is voluntarily recalling BATCH CODE: VIBX1309 of Benjamin Children Diphenhydramine Elixir Grape due to a consistency complaint. P.A Benjamin Manufacturing Co. Ltd’s Quality Policy dictates that to address the complaint, quality tests should be conducted on the product. As a precautionary measure, […]

Cayman Islands: drug arrest

From RCIPS Tue, Jun 23, 2015 at 3:53 PM Drug Arrest On Friday the 19 June 2015 at approximately 7:00pm Uniform officers from George Town Police Station conducted a proactive operation, visited a residence on Shedden Road, George Town where a search warrant was executed. A quantity of vegetable matter resembling ganja and utensils used in […]

craters of the moon national monument

Driving through craters of the moon national monument, Idaho By Gary Arndt From Everything Everywhere In March 2007 I sold my house and have been traveling around the world ever since. Since I started traveling, I have probably done and seen more than I have in the rest of my life combined. So far I […]

Uninvited Cayman Island ‘guest’ stops Seafarers

Georgina Wilcox It was a wonderful night of good food, dancing and comradeship at the Seafarer’s Hall, Prospect, Grand Cayman last Tuesday (16) for the Cayman Islands Seafarers Association second social of the year. The first one was back in March. Although there wasn’t quite as many as that first social to welcome new president […]

Recipes of the week

A week of make-ahead breakfasts & awesome weekend brunch Meal Plans From The Kitchn Do your breakfast cravings flip-flop between sweet dishes and savory ones? Or is your family equally divided along sweet and savory lines? Then this breakfast meal plan is for you. It offers both sweet and savory weekday (and brunch!) options so […]

Local Rotary Club helps Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels

From Larry Chomyn Thursday (18) at the Westin Hotel saw President Brian Hurley and Past President Larry Chomyn of the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman hand over a cheque [of CI$30,00] to Rob Imperato and Beula McField who represented Meals on Wheels. Brian referred to the foundation of the charity in the Cayman Islands. In […]

Delicious Lionfish: Responsible eating in the Cayman Islands

By Jessie Festa From Jessie On A journey If you enjoy this post, please subscribe to Jessie on a Journey by email, leave a comment on her website, and share on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest – see link below An in-depth exploration of a new local dish that is helping to save the planet. […]

The Editor Speaks: An olive branch? Of sorts

In one of our Front Page stories today we have published the whole of Premier McLaughlin’s Statement to the Legislative Assembly in response to the Chamber of Commerce’s advertising motion – see iNews Cayman story published June 11 2015 “Cayman Islands Chamber calls on the Government to repeal advertising ban/Press association condemns ban”. Whilst the […]

Cayman Turtle Farm nominates 4 outstanding employees for 2015 CITA Stingray Awards

GEORGE TOWN, GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS – Tuesday, 9th June 2015 – Cayman Turtle Farm: Island Wildlife Encounter has nominated four outstanding staff members for the 2015 Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA) Stingray Awards. The 2015 Stingray Tourism Awards will be held at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman on 23rd June. The Stingray Awards recognise CITA […]

Cayman Islands – Zoologger: The fish that can vanish in 2 seconds flat

From New Scientist Zoologger is our weekly column highlighting extraordinary animals – and occasionally other organisms – from around the world Species: The slender filefish (Monacanthus tuckeri) Habitat: Shallow waters in the Caribbean Sea Now you see it. Now you don’t. The slender filefish has a way to stay off the seafood menu – it […]