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Archives for September 9, 2019

It was panic:’ Passenger describes Cayman Airways’ emergency landing at OIA

By Sarah Wilson, Q McCray, Kelly Healey From WFTV9 ABC ORLANDO, Fla. – A Cayman Airways flight from the Cayman Islands to New York City made an emergency landing at Orlando International Airport Sunday afternoon after the airline said a warning light signaled there was smoke in the plane’s cargo hold. “I thought I was going […]

Cayman: 2019 CUC GPFL Opening Rally this weekend

Primary School football returns this weekend The always entertaining primary school football returns this weekend as the CUC Girls’ Primary Football League (GPFL) Opening Rally kicks-off the 2019 primary school football season on Saturday, September 14 at the T.E. McField Field (Annex Field) in George Town starting at 9:00 a.m. The boys kick-off their season […]

Recipe of the week

Mexican Chicken Skillet Dinner By PICK FRESH FOODS From Yummly 15 Ingredients 35 Minutes 210 Calories Ingredients  2 boneless skinless chicken breast (trimmed and sliced in half lengthwise) 1 teaspoon chili powder 1/2 teaspoon paprika 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 2 teaspoons vegetable oil (divided) 2 garlic cloves (pressed)1 red bell pepper (large, diced) 2 cups frozen corn (or fresh) 1/2 cup water1 lime (juiced) 1/2 cup Mexican cheese blend (grated) 1 jalapeño (sliced thin) 1/4 cup chopped cilantro Nutrition […]

The Publisher speaks: Where to park? [And celebrates 85 years]

By Joan Wilson [Who is 85 years YOUNG today Sep 10] Where do we park? Trying to find somewhere to park gets more and more difficult. Was it easier ten years ago? No. How about fifteen? I wrote this poem then. You can judge. PARKING By Joan (Watler) Wilson We’ve got a real problem with […]

Cayman: Breast Cancer Awareness……The 19th ANNUAL CUT-A-THON 2019!

Eclipze 19th Annual Cut-A-Thon for Breast Cancer Awareness ECLIPZE HAIR DESIGN AND DAY SPA is pleased to announce their 19th Annual Cut-A-Thonon SUNDAY, 20st OCTOBER 2019. The Annual Cut-a-thon primary aims are to continue to raise awareness of Breast Cancer in the Cayman Islands. Darla the owner of EHD&DS and her sister Darna (a business […]

Cayman: RCIPS helicopter continues Bahamas deployment

From Office of the Governor and the Office of the Premier The RCIPS helicopter will continue its deployment in The Bahamas in support of the relief effort following Hurricane Dorian. The extension request has come from the Bahamian Government who have been very appreciative of Cayman’s support. The extension has been approved by His Excellency […]

Maples Group supports first US CLO employing a Cayman Islands LLC

The Maples Group was pleased to support the Issuer and the Co-Issuer on the Cayman Islands and Delaware, legal, listing and fiduciary aspects of its middle market collaterised loan obligation (“CLO”).  The deal, which priced on 13 August 2019 at $US 501 million, was arranged by Natixis and was hugely novel as it was the […]

Be prepared this Hurricane Season at the National Museum!

The Pybus philosophy in Windies cricket

From The University of the West Indies The CLR James Cricket Research Centre, Cave Hill, Barbados. Friday, September 6, 2019—Two photographs in as many days tell the story of the future of West Indies cricket. The first captures Floyd Reifer, West Indies interim cricket coach, in conversation with Jamaican Dr Glen Mills, the world’s best […]

Double amputee model

Double amputee model walks at New York Fashion Week From BBC A nine-year-old model who had both legs amputated as a baby has walked the runway at New York Fashion Week. Daisy-May Demetre, from Birmingham, is believed to be the first double amputee child to walk in an official New York Fashion Week show. Her […]