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Archives for July 11, 2017

Update on American national arrested on firearms charges on Cayman Brac

Further to the release about the arrest of an American national on multiple firearms charges, Customs Department officials have released the individual’s name as David Dean Meadors who is from Florida and is in the Cayman Islands as a visitor. He is in the process of building a house in Cayman Brac and was temporarily […]

Cayman Islands Butterfield Scholarship Student to study medicine

(Grand Cayman – 11 July 2017) The 2017 Butterfield Bank (Cayman) Limited Undergraduate Scholarship recipient, Arin Broderick, will begin her studies as an undergraduate at Boston University in January 2018, starting with a special two year interdisciplinary programme which will see her attending classes in both Boston and London, as a foundation to complete her […]

The Editor speaks: Elections expenses revealed but is it the truth?

The Elections Office has released the summary of Elections Expense returns as reported, by political parties’ and individual candidates for the May General Elections. See iNews Cayman story at: http://www.ieyenews.com/wordpress/cayman-islands-elections-office-posts-candidates-expense-returns/ During the final eight weeks of the May General Elections Dr. Steve Tomlinson coughed up over $194,000 to ten political candidates running as Independents. Note […]

Cayman Islands’ Own ‘7 Miles Long’ to provide entertainment at 2017 Breast Cancer Gala Dinner

From Breast Cancer Foundation Formerly “The Suite Elite Band” This dynamic, talented 5 piece band will make your party or event one to be talked about forever, their eclectic repertoire ranges from the 50’s through to today’s biggest hits. “7 Miles Long” have the reputation of Caymans’ No1 Party band, with the bands diversified and […]

It’s not your fault – violence prevention in Cayman Islands Government schools

The ability to define and identify an issue is often the key to its prevention. That is why the Ministry of Education with the support of the Cayman Islands Red Cross has been piloting a programme that aims to empower youth with information on topics like violence, gender and sexuality.  It’s Not Your Fault , […]

Nominations sought for International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame Local Honourees

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (7 July 2017) Members of the public are being asked to participate in the annual nomination process to select Cayman Islands scuba diving pioneers for consideration as the local honouree at this year’s International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame (ISDHF). There are over 30 local honourees that have been recognized since […]

The state of online gambling in Caribbean nations

From Caribbean News Now There are plenty of remarkable casinos in the Caribbean, from the massive Atlantis Casino of The Bahamas to the 18 brick-and-mortar options in Puerto Rico alone. Less visible, but arguably more influential, is the online gaming industry. With gamblers from all over the world playing on sites hosted by companies licensed […]

UK’s Privy Council confirms Cayman Islands GC decision ‘redeemed’ Madoff investors are creditors

By Helen Burggraf From International Investment In what has been called a decision “of significant interest to the fund industry”, the UK’s Privy Council has upheld a ruling by the Cayman Islands Grand Court which held that redeemed but unpaid investors in failed investment funds managed by Bernard Madoff’s company should be treated as creditors in […]

Dishin’ with Dody: Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins

  The Unwelcome, Redundant Moments of Life Yesterday while lounging in the pool, reading a magazine, I came across an article by Dr. Andrew Ordon of the television show, The Doctors. He was discussing the loose skin above the eyelids that lose elasticity causing drooping and excess skin over eyes. This is called “skin redundancy.” […]

Deep Blue Cable, TE SubCom announce fibre optic cable from Caribbean to Americas

From Your Industry News Deep Blue Cable, the developer, owner and operator of a state-of-the-art subsea fibre-optic system providing connectivity across the Caribbean islands and to the Americas, has announced that they have contracted with TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity Ltd. Company (NYSE: TEL) an industry pioneer in undersea communications technology, to build and deploy […]