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Archives for July 21, 2019

The Editor speaks: Why are WE silent HERE on polluters?

Sir Ronald Sanders has written a commentary EVERYONE should read. EVERYONE in the Caribbean and especially EVERYONE here in the Cayman Islands. We have published it here today under the title “Name and blame the polluters”. The polluters are the countries who are polluting our atmosphere and keep on doing so with no regard for […]

Cayman: FINA Swimming World Championships 2019

Newcomers to the major international swimming stage, Raya Embury-Brown and Jordan Crooks will be joining veterans Lauren Hew and Brett Fraser at the 18thAnnual FINA Swimming World Championships. The championships which started on the 12th of July will run through to the 28th July.  Cayman’s elite swimmers will be hosted along with over 2,500 competitors from 194 […]

Cayman: Elections Office offers additional verification locations

The Cayman Islands Elections Office would like notify the public on its new verification locations for persons who wish to verify their signature on the cruise port referendum petition. Staff members are now available at verification booths on weekdays, and will continue to operate on Saturdays at the following supermarkets: Foster’s Food Fair – Republix […]

Cayman: Seven Mile Beach Business Watch continues into 18th month

Last Wednesday, 10 July, RCIPS officers, members of the Cayman Islands Tourism Association, and owners and managers of businesses in the Seven Mile Beach area, came together for another meeting of the Seven Mile Beach Business Watch. The group, which was initially formed as a partnership between CITA and the RCIPS, has since grown to […]

Cayman: Water Authority welcomes Summer interns

Water Authority – Cayman welcomes a new round of interns participating in the Summer Internship Programme. The competitive programme continues to grow in popularity with dozens of students applying. A total of twenty-one students will participate in the 2019 programme. The Authority’s Summer Internship Programme enables students to gain hands-on experience working in a professional environment, […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Name and blame the polluters

By Sir Ronald Sanders From menafn (MENAFN – Caribbean News Now) Climate Change is no longer a future event. It is here, now and real. Planet Earth, mankind’s common homeland, appears to be already locked into 1.5 Celsius of warming, once hoped to be the top limit of human-caused climate change. The world is now […]

The Cayman Islands’ CARIFESTA Showcase – TWO WEEKENDS ONLY!

From Cayman National Cultural Foundation COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR CAYMAN ISLANDS CULTURAL AMBASSADORS!

Hew tours NiCE

Cayman: Minister Hew Tours NiCE work sites, Talks to Crews GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Minister for Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure, Hon. Joey Hew visited National Community Enhancement (NiCE) workers at locations across Grand Cayman on Wednesday, 17 July. The two-hour bus tour took in ongoing and recently completed beautification work that had been earmarked ahead of […]

Get your tickets now for Miss Cayman Universe pageant!

Less than a month away, the Miss Cayman Universe pageant is fast approaching, and the committee encourages you to purchase your tickets at Funky Tang’s or Sand Angels before they sell out. The 2019 pageant theme is ‘A Magical Affair’. This year’s event will be held in the main ballroom at the Ritz Carlton Resort […]

Cayman: Release of prisoner under the Prerogative of Mercy

From The Office of the Governor of the Cayman Islands The Governor’s Office has confirmed that His Excellency the Governor, Mr Martyn Roper has authorised the early, immediate release of Mr Sheldon Brown from Her Majesty’s Prison Northward under Section 39 (1)(d) of the Constitution.  The decision to remit the remainder of Mr Brown’s sentence […]