February 20, 2018

Archives for December 28, 2017

Cayman Islands author’s book now included in Casemate Short History series

Guerrilla Warfare: The Revolution Kings by Peter Polack – Casemate Short History series Casemate Publishing has acquired the rights to publish Guerrilla Warfare: The Revolution Kings by Peter Polack for its Casemate Short History series. Guerrilla Warfare: The Revolution Kings is a compendium of prominent guerilla leaders worldwide including George Washington, Simon Bolivar, Mao Zedong […]

The Editor speaks and police officers locate three missing persons in one day!

A very Happy New Year to all our readers and we look forward to a glorious 2018. Everyone at iNews Cayman look forward to serving our readers even better. Let us know what you like what you don’t like and what you would like to see. We promise to look very closely at what you […]

Extradition wave – More US requests for lottery scammers flood in

Jamaican authorities are now in possession of “a number” of extradition requests, made by their counterparts in the United States (US), for persons accused of being involved in the deadly lottery scam. Justice Minister Delroy Chuck acknowledged, during a recent interview, that he was aware of the extradition requests but revealed that they had not […]

Senior’s Boxing Day Bash

On Boxing Day (Dec 26) many of Grand Cayman’s senior citizens descended on the First Baptist Church Hall for a sumptuous meal, lots of gifts and entertainment both organised and spontaneous. All was courtesy of the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman. Various club members waited on the tables including Her Excellency Cayman Islands Governor Helen […]

The View from Europe: The crucial importance of a new regional private sector organisation

17 December 2017 BY DAVID JESSOP A little over a week ago, private sector associations from around the Caribbean agreed to establish by June of next year a new regional body able to represent their interests authoritatively to CARICOM. The new organisation – a decision still has to be taken as to whether opt the […]

Cayman Islands police reminds buyers and sellers of motor vehicles of obligations to timely transfer ownership

From RCIPS RCIPS Reminds Buyers and Sellers of Motor Vehicles of Obligations to Timely Transfer Ownership As of late, the RCIPS has seen instances where vehicles that have not been properly transferred after a change in ownership have been used in criminal activities. Prior owners should be aware that, in such cases, they can still […]

Cayman Islands: Drunk driving arrests continue apace ahead of New Year’s weekend

From RCIPS Officers have stopped or encountered several intoxicated motorists since last Friday, 22 December, with nine arrests for DUI and two arrests for driving or being in charge of a motor vehicle while impaired.  Ten of these arrests resulted from police patrols or stop checks, while one resulted from police response to report of […]

Living in harmony with nature

By VIRGINIA WINDER From Stuff Taranaki Daily News For a decade, writer Virginia Winder has gently nagged friends to write a story about their Oakura garden. When the OK came, she found a place of remembered people, organised colour and recycled bottles. Through a verdant avenue of plane trees and ponga sits a hideaway lovingly […]

CONCACAF 2017: Five of the Best Caribbean Stories

From CONCACAF As 2018 quickly approaches, CONCACAF.com is taking a look back at the most interesting items from throughout the Confederation over the previous 12 months. CONCACAF 2017: FIVE OF THE BEST CARIBBEAN STORIES #1: Jamaica reaches second consecutive CONCACAF Gold Cup final No team from the Caribbean had ever advanced to a CONCACAF Gold […]

Former Nassau resort owner sues Chinese contractor over ‘Massive Fraud’

From WN The original owner of the Baha Mar Resort, BML Properties Ltd, has filed a $2.25 billion lawsuit alleging a “massive fraud” by the Chinese contractor of the luxury hotel and casino project in Nassau, the Bahamas, that opened its doors in April after years of delays, Reuters reports. The 259-page complaint, filed in […]