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Archives for September 2015

Hand, Foot and Mouth disease found in Cayman Islands school

Thorough Sanitization of West End Primary School on Cayman Brac to take place The Dept. of Education Services received a report on Tuesday, September 29th, that nineteen students at West End Primary School were diagnosed as having Hand, Foot and Mouth disease. This viral disease occurs most commonly in children less than 10 years of […]

iNews Briefs, More & Community Events

Community Events  Apostle 13 & the Disciple of Demons Play with music & dance FOUR performances only Opens Thu Oct 22- Sat Oct 24 7:30pm & Sun Oct 25 3:00pm St George’s Anglican Church Hall Tickets $15 (A) $5 (C) [Discounts for groups 10 or more] Tel: 949 5583 or 916 4594 or at the […]

Cayman [Islands] Finance student education and work experience programme a success

Cayman Finance has just concluded the first year of its Student Education & Work Experience Pilot Programme partnering with the Ministry of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs and the Ministry of Financial Services, Commerce and Environment to provide additional pathways into and experience in the financial services industry to young Caymanian students. This 12 week […]

The Editor Speaks: How could this happen? RCIPS cannot have watched “Dixon of Dock Green”.

When a person or persons rob someone or a business and there are witnesses to it, notably the person who is robbed, an eyewitness report is taken. Then normally. and we see this on television cop shows all the time, formal identification procedures take place. These include an ID parade and a photo spread. Normally. […]

The Cayman Islands Folk Singers kick off the season with a new sound

From CNCF New Talents Join CIFS GEORGE TOWN, 28th SEPTEMBER 2015 – The Cayman Islands Folk Singers (CIFS) recently held the first rehearsal of the season and welcomed seven new members to the group. “I’m happy to announce the addition of six talented new vocalists and a guitarist who is also very experienced in playing […]

Cayman Islands: Registration open for Intro to Filmmaking Workshops

From CNCF Youth 10 – 17 years of age encouraged to register for four free filmmaking workshops beginning October 10th GEORGE TOWN, SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 – Young people with a love for storytelling can now register for the Introduction to Filmmaking workshops scheduled for Saturdays in October. The educational sessions have been developed to provide […]

Maples and Calder announces recruitment of industry experts

Cayman Islands | 30 September 2015: Maples and Calder is pleased to announce the addition of two senior lawyers to its Cayman Islands office. Morven McMillan will join Maples and Calder as partner and co-head of the Trusts practice in the Cayman Islands office, alongside Nigel Porteous. Morven is a leading name in the trusts […]

Cayman Islands minister gives Caribbean Youth Day Message

Caribbean Youth Day Message by Minister for Youth, Hon Osbourne Bodden 29 September 2015 It gives me great pleasure to deliver a message to all young people living in the Cayman Islands to commemorate Caribbean Youth Day 2015. Since 1985, Caribbean Youth Day has been observed each year on September 30. Its goal is to […]

Cayman Islands maintains number 1 spot in Banker survey for 7th year

The Banker magazine’s recent survey has confirmed the Cayman Islands position as the world’s number 1 specialised financial centre. The jurisdiction’s dominance as a leading banking centre remains firm as this is the seventh consecutive year that the Cayman Islands has maintained the top spot in this highly-regarded, global survey. “This unprecedented dominance in banking […]

Grand Cayman’s coral reefs must not be destroyed

From CNN By Ellen Prager, Steven Miller and Carl Safina The government of Grand Cayman is considering a huge pier development plan. If it goes through, it may very well destroy the area’s acres of coral reefs. Ellen Prager, Steven Miller, Carl Safina: Plan to relocate coral reefs is bad and impossible Dr. Ellen Prager […]