October 23, 2017

Winding Up order issued for Cayman Islands Company United Cacao Limited SEZC

By Georgina Wilcox On the 25th September 2017 a Winding Up Order was issued by Cayman Islands Justice Segal for United Cacao Limited SEZC. Liquidators appointed are Christopher D. Johnson and Mr Russell Homer of Chris Johnson Associates Ltd., Elizabethan Square, P.O. Box 2499, 80 Shedden Road, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands KY1-1104. The […]

Music tribute to Kathy

Cayman Islands: John Gray Memorial Church celebrates 50 years of Katherine Jackson’s Music Ministry By Georgina Wilcox Last Sunday (17) at 5:30pm church members and friends packed West Bay’s John Gray Memorial Church to celebrate a music tribute to Katherine (Kathy) Jackson, their Organist and Choir Director whose Church Music Ministry has spanned 50 years. […]

Cayman Islands Permanent Residency decisions total 235

By Georgina Wilcox The various boards looking at Applications for Permanent Residency (PR) have now reviewed 322 with 235 decisions. 147 persons have now been granted PR with 88 persons being refused. Please see attached for the totals. The backlog of applications, however, doesn’t seem to be going down. Neither does the backlog seem to […]

Cayman Islands government approves three more PR applications

The Cayman Islands government have published the latest figures [Sep 1 2017] on Permanent Residency (PR) applications. The figures now show 120 Approvals since May 1st 2017 – with 73 approvals for August and three already this month. The refusals are lagging behind at a total of 81. The only number that hasn’t changed is […]

Former Cayman Islands Minister wins legal action against online forum

Cayman Islands Judge Robin McMillian last Wednesday (30) ordered the removal of a post from an online forum administrated by local activist, Sandra Hill (formerly Catron) after former Finance Minster, Marco Archer, took action against her. The forum post claimed a former Cayman Islands minister was being investigated for abuse of power while in office. […]

T.G. Lions

The Lions of Tropical Gardens Changeover/Installation ceremony 2017-2018 It was a very pleasant Sunday (25 June) evening at The Wharf Restaurant where the Annual Lions of T.G.’s Changeover/Installation took place. It was a very long evening – approaching five hours – but the food was excellent and it made for a very pleasant evening. The […]

Male voice choir celebrates Easter

The Cayman Islands Male Voice Choir sets the tone for Easter By Georgina Wilcox The Cayman Islands Male Voice Choir presented “An Easter Concert” on Good Friday at Elmslie Memorial Church on Harbour Drive in George Town. The Good Friday concert has been a staple diet for many years now and it sets the tone […]

Major “Roddy” Watler remembered

Today (Fridayy 3rd March) is the anniversary of Major Joseph Rodriquez ‘Roddy’ Watler who served as Inspector of Police (for 33 years), was light house keeper, foreman of public works, boarding officer of vessels, and warehouse keeper. He was appointed Officer in Charge of the Cayman Islands Company of The Jamaican Home Guard on 1st  October […]

Tennis Legends

Cayman Islands, Camana Bay, Tennis Legends By Georgina Wilcox Before the Legends tournament took place at Camana Bay last Friday (17) with an estimated audience of over 1,500 persons in attendance, John McEnroe and Jim Courier took to the court to do some practice and entertain some of the children. One of our readers, Karen […]

Cayman poets perform

Cayman Poets perform at local brewery Georgina Wilcox The Cayman Poetry Festival last Friday (9) highlighted the immense talents of local Cayman Islands poets. I was concerned whether the actual readings were going to match the quality of the works that were on show. I needn’t have worried. Even though the event was held at […]