October 22, 2019

Archives for July 18, 2019

Cayman: Seven Mile Public Beach enhancement project

Issued by: Public Lands Commission (PLC) Work on the final phase of a $3 million project undertaken by Dart in collaboration with the Cayman Islands Government, to enhance the recreational areas at Seven Mile Public Beach, is scheduled to begin 1 August. The enhancement project was included in the Third Amendment to the National Roads […]

The Editor speaks: Leaks

The leaks I am speaking about are not the wet ones. These leaks are confidential messages that you might send to your friends or internal memos you send to your co-workers. Who leaks them and to whom does the leaks go to? We rarely do find out who the persons or persons are who leak […]

Cayman: CDS: Murder at Pigsnorts (short youth performance)

From Cayman Drama Society MURDER AT PIGSNORTS! Our 13 to 16 year olds have been working hard since Monday to devise a short performance that they created just for you! Come join us at Pigsnorts, Caymans Magical School of Wizardry, where Professor Doorknob will get you orientated before sending you to potions class! But all is not as it […]

Colours Cayman: Our organisation’s response to local conservative views on marriage equality

GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS, 17 July 2019:“If You Don’t Like It, Leave” What a hurtful sentiment. Particularly when it’s directed towards those who only want to feel safe and secure wherever they live. Yet it’s the kind of rhetoric that our LGBT community is all too familiar with. The moment we speak up in hopes […]

Cayman: Minister Rivers discusses tax and regulation with US lawmakers

Financial Services Minister Tara Rivers visited the US Capitol in Washington, DC last week, where she described the Cayman Islands’ financial services industry and emphasised Cayman’s leadership role in combatting money laundering and ensuring tax transparency in meetings with Justin Muzinich, the Deputy Secretary of the United States Treasury, US Senators, Members of Congress, senior […]

Cayman Islands government tables 11 more anti-money laundering Bills to meet FATF demands

Thursday, 18 July, 2019 From STEP Next week, the Cayman Islands government will present a further 11 Bills to the Legislative Assembly to reinforce its anti-money laundering regime. The legislation is required to meet the recommendations set out in the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force’s (CFATF) fourth round mutual evaluation report, issued in March this […]

Cartoon of the week

By Tony Zuvela, Cartoonist “It’s my own little World which I can escape to everyday and create a fun, weird, berserk Cartoon to whatever subject I like. I enjoy doing all the work myself, and all the aspects of Cartooning, and seeing my work out there and the reactions it gets.” http://www.berserkalert.com.au/shop.htm Buy this Cartoon’s […]

The 32nd Taste of Cayman Food & Drink Festival returns in 2020

Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival will return in 2020, taking place Saturday 4 April at the Festival Green, Camana Bay. After being postponed earlier this year due to poor forecasted weather conditions, and rescheduled in April, Cayman’s largest food festival remained to be a huge success. “We were delighted with the feedback received […]

Cayman Islands: Down The Rabbit Hole And Through The Looking Glass:

Cayman Islands: Down The Rabbit Hole And Through The Looking Glass: The Cayman Islands Scheme Of Arrangement Under The Magnifying Glass By Neil Lupton, Fiona MacAdam, and Siobhan Sheridan – Walkers From Mondaq The Cayman Islands has long established itself as a leading offshore financial centre which offers a sophisticated and flexible restructuring toolkit by […]

Tony’s Toys

Cayman: Tony’s Toys Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Car Giveaway Tony’s Toys Automotive Centre is celebrating 20 years of business in the Cayman Islands and service to the community. As part of its yearlong celebrations, the company, owned by Tony Williams, is giving away a 2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover SUV. The promotion will run until 7 […]