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Archives for January 3, 2018

Traffic Enforcement over the Cayman Islands Holiday Season leads to 55 DUI Arrests

From RCIPS Police made a total of 55 DUI arrests for the month of December, during intensified enforcement operations. “This is twice the number of DUIs recorded during the same period last year, and reflects the increased resources and attention that the RCIPS is paying to road safety,” said Acting Chief Inspector Everton Spence, who […]

The Publisher’s Old Pitiful Tree

By Joan Wilson   I should have called this poem “Merry Mulch”. What do you think?     RECYCLED PITIFUL ME Well, Christmas is over and I’m still in the lounge If anyone visits they would really think it strange, I’m as dry as a tree can possibly get In the corner of the room […]

Altidore to support Hurricane Irma relief with Cayman Islands events

From CONCACAF GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – United States international Jozy Altidore will host a series of activities in Grand Cayman from January 6-7 to raise funds for the Jozy Altidore Foundation in support of Hurricane Irma relief efforts in the Caribbean. On the field in 2017, the 28-year-old forward captured the CONCACAF Gold Cup […]

The Sanctuary on Cayman Brac by Christoph Fischer

By LINDA PIRTLE From Caleb and Linda Pirtle Another fast-paced psychological thriller about faith and deceit. Arpan has set up a training school and spiritual retreat on the small island in the Caribbean. Yet, the peaceful and quiet existence he has sought soon comes to an end. The arrival of Erica teaches him that loose ends […]

Poetry, singing, dancing

iNews Cayman’s Publisher and Editor ‘wowed’ Cayman’s Senior Citizens on Boxing Day. Joan and Colin Wilson were the ‘headline’ act at the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman’s Annual Senior Citizens’ Boxing Day Christmas Party 2017. And the publicity of that did not stop the Party being one of their most attended. Not only did the […]

Carne Group donates funds for new breast pump at Cayman Islands HSA

A generous donation of $800 from the Carne Group, made during the holiday season, will help to purchase a medical grade breast pump for the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at the Cayman Islands Hospital this year. “The NICU currently has two medical grade breast pumps but there are times when we have as many […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: 2018 will test CARICOM’s collective resolve

By Sir Ronald Sanders From Kaieteur News In 2018, unless Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries eschew their tendency to pursue narrow ‘national interests’ in the conduct of their international relations, each of them individually, and all of them collectively, will be buffeted by larger and more powerful countries and regions. The CARICOM states that accede or […]

Lavish lodgings in Grenada

Escape The Cold And Enjoy The Caribbean At Five Lavish Lodgings In Grenada BY Lea Lane From Forbes The tri-island destination of Grenada, smaller Carriacou and Petite Martinique, was spared the destruction that wiped out much of the Caribbean this past hurricane season. And right now they offer a deluxe respite from the bone-chilling cold […]

Weapon flies under radar

China reportedly tests new ballistic weapon that flies under radar By Mallory Locklear From engadget The hypersonic glide vehicle may pose a challenge to existing defense systems A US government source told The Diplomat this week that China has conducted flight tests of a missile equipped with a hypersonic glide vehicle (HGV). Two tests of […]

Liberty Latin America completes split-off from Liberty Global

PRESS RELEASE GlobeNewswire Jan. 2, 2018, 09:00 AM Newly listed companywell-positioned to leverage world-class technology, innovation and scale Value creation strategy to stem from both organic and inorganic opportunities DENVER, Jan. 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Liberty Latin America Ltd. (NASDAQ:LILA) (NASDAQ:LILAK) (OTC Link:LILAB) (“Liberty Latin America”), a leading telecommunications company with operations in Chile, […]