August 22, 2019

Archives for April 2, 2019

Cayman Islands achieves positive indicators across the board in International Shipping standards

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman The Flag State Performance Table for 2018/19 was release by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and Cayman Registry, for the 8th year running, has been rated as being top-of-class. Cayman Registry received positive indicators across the board on the Performance Table, 1 of 16 flags out of 117, to achieve […]

Travel Pulse: Island hopping in the Cayman Islands

From Travel Pulse Are you the sort of traveler who can’t sit still? Do you always want to see what is around the next bend and what the next town over offers? If you think that a Caribbean vacation is for the more sedentary type of traveler, then the Cayman Islands, and this itinerary designed by […]

The Editor speaks: Trouble in paradise

The resignation of Newlands MLA Alva Suckoo as Deputy Leader of the Opposition that I spoke about in an earlier Editorial, has now started to make some early volcano like rumblings on our Islands of Paradise. I knew it wouldn’t be long for Mr. Suckoo to keep mum. It’s not his nature and he is […]

Cayman Airways eyes westward expansion with Denver route

By Robert Silk From Travel Weekly The recent launch of Cayman Airways service from Grand Cayman to Denver represents a new push by the small Caribbean country to increase visitation from the Western U.S. Cayman Airways made its first arrival in Denver on March 2 and will operate the route twice weekly through August before […]

Business Surveys on Cayman Islands’ Economic Performance starts on 8 April 2019

The Economics and Statistics Office will commence its annual business surveys for measuring the economic performance of industries in the Cayman Islands for 2018. The survey will begin on April 8, 2019. Survey forms will be hand-delivered, mailed or emailed to all entities that produce goods and services in the Cayman Islands. The surveys seek […]

Artists provoke Cayman Islands discussion about our relationship with trash

Trash Talks Art Exhibition Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (2 April 2019) – Utilising a range of techniques and a wide variety discarded materials, a group of local visual artists in collaboration with Plastic Free Cayman are transforming trash to create works of art and raise awareness about waste and its environmental impact. “Several of us […]

Caymanian Rasheem Brown’s phenomenal freshman year

By Ike Ndulue From Milligan Stampede If you have been following the Track and Field Buffs for the past year, then you know the name Rasheem Brown. Brown’s first year with Milligan’s track team is full of accomplishments uncommon for a freshman. Recently, he came in first in the 200 meter run in 21:74 and […]

Publication of Discussion Paper on Fuel Dispensing Requirements in Cayman Islands

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE UTILITY REGULATION AND COMPETITION OFFICE OF THE CAYMAN ISLANDS OFREG INVITES INPUT FROM PUBLIC AND INDUSTRY ON FUEL DISPENSING REQUIREMENTS DESIGNED TO IMPROVE SAFETY, CONSUMER PROTECTION AND COMPETITION IN FUEL SECTOR GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS, 2 APRIL 2019 OfReg has today issued a discussion paper outlining suggested fuel dispensing requirements, designed […]

Cayman Islands: Orchid Show at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

The Management and staff of the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and the Cayman Islands Orchid Society invites the public to the annual Orchid Show and fundraising sale set for Saturday and Sunday, April 6th and 7th from 9:00am to 4:30pm at the Botanic Park on Frank Sound Road, North Side.  The event is sponsored by Cayman Airways, Sticks […]

Launch of the Cayman Islands Chess Federation

From FIDE World Chess Federation The Cayman Islands has formed a national Chess Federation (the “Cayman Islands Chess Federation”) and has applied to join FIDE with a view to competing in the Chess Olympiad in 2020. The launch of the Cayman Islands Chess Federation was marked by the Cayman Islands’ first international match, against St […]