December 12, 2018

Archives for November 1, 2018

Cayman Islands DoE PR – Sister Islands Green Iguana release

20DoE battles Sister Islands iguana invasion The Cayman Islands Department of Environment (DoE) is urging Cayman Brac and Little Cayman residents to act fast to help head off a Green Iguana (Iguana iguana) influx on the Sister Islands before it becomes too big a problem. “As it stands now, the Green Iguana invasion is in […]

Cayman Islands NRA announces improvements to the Grand Harbour Roundabout

The National Roads Authority (NRA) along with its subcontractors will be carrying out repairs/upgrades to the pavement on Grand Harbour Roundabout over the next few weekends, commencing on November 4th, 2018. Phase 1 of this project will begin with the milling out and repaving of the inner lane of the roundabout.  Works on Phase 1 […]

Cayman Airways Skies November | December 2018 issue now out

CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS Enjoy a truly Caribbean Christmas in Cayman. The holidays are an extra special time in the Cayman Islands. Not only can you find beautifully decorated Christmas trees, festive light displays and tons of fun events, but visitors can also enjoy balmy weather, world-famous beaches and year-round watersports. In this issue, we explore […]

Ramesh Ferris Guest Speaker End Polio Now Rotary Central Charter Night & Foundation Gala

The 32nd Rotary Central Charter Night & Foundation Gala was celebrated last Saturday evening, at the Ristorante Pappagallo, with center stage focus on Polio eradication. Guest Speaker Ramesh Ferris flew in from Canada to share, his personal experience as a Polio Survivor with Rotary Central as we celebrated 32 years as a club in service […]

The Editor Speaks: Another ‘FIND’

My wife, Joan, wrote a poem some years ago called “What a Find”. She had found an envelope full of a large amount of cash outside a local bank. She placed an ad on the local radio station, Radio Cayman, inviting people who had lost some money. They had to identify the envelope and the […]

Ride safe to the Cayman Islands Waterfront Sound Invasion

Bringing road safety to the forefront of the up and coming Waterfront Sound Invasion Street Dance during Pirates Week, Monster Media and the Public Transportation Unit have partnered to provide a complimentary bus service to and from the George Town depot on Friday November 9, 2018. The event will feature international artists; The King of […]

Cayman Islands: Flu vaccine now available

The Director of Primary Health Care, Dr Samuel Williams Rodriguez is advising of the arrival of this year’s flu vaccine. Vaccines for the seasonal flu will be available at the Cayman Islands Hospital, District Health Centres in Grand Cayman, Faith Hospital Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman Clinic. The locations and times are listed below: – […]

US Coast Guard detains dozens of Caribbean migrants in unseaworthy vessels

By Carl Prine From Navy Times The Coast Guard cutter Thetis detained 84 undocumented Haitian migrants approximately 30 miles southwest of Turks and Caicos Islands and repatriated them to the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. (Coast Guard) While debate rages over an ongoing deployment of U.S. troops to the international border with Mexico on the eve […]

CUC president empowers Cayman Islands international college

Richard Hew, President and Chief Executive Officer of Caribbean Utilities Company (CUC) was the guest speaker at ICCI on October 25. 2018.  The Utilities boss spoke before a diverse audience of new and returning students pursuing Associates, Bachelors, and Master’s degrees, as well as faculty and staff. The on-campus presentation was a part of the […]

Paul Parchment fired from Cayman Islands NRA

Statement – NRA Board of Directors The Board of Directors of the National Roads Authority (NRA) has completed its investigation into possible misuse of NRA resources by a senior employee. As a result of the findings, the Board has terminated its employment of the Managing Director, Mr. Paul Parchment, with effect from 31st October 2018. […]