October 23, 2017

U-20 Women’s Team have their eye on the World Cup

The Cayman Islands Women’s U-20 Football Team are gearing up for World Cup qualifiers this week.   The team left on Thursday for Miami for warm up games with Bahamas and Coral Springs.   Then they will fly to Trinidad and Tobago this weekend for two World Cup Qualifiers against Suriname on Tuesday and against […]

Girls set off for World Cup adventure

The Cayman Islands Women’s U-20 Football Team are gearing up for World Cup qualifiers this week. The team left on Thursday for Miami for warm up games with Bahamas and Coral Springs. Then they will fly to Trinidad and Tobago this weekend for two World Cup Qualifiers against Suriname on Tuesday and against Trinidad and […]

Empowered Woman Cathy Alberga

  Today iNews speaks to Ms. Cathy Alberga who, since 2000, has had her private practice as a psychotherapist in Grand Cayman, after being licensed in 1996. Ms. Alberga says she made her career choice after she started university, where she took a class called Psychology of Women and fell in love with it. “After […]

We got 99 problems and now BlackBerry is one

BlackBerry users in the Cayman Islands and around the world have faced huge problems over the past few days getting and receiving emails and messages, as well as launching Internet services. However the BlackBerry services began to buzz back to life Thursday across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India, after the three-day outage that […]

Lighthouse School gets new wheels

Early yesterday morning the Lighthouse School received a brand new bus for their physically challenged students. The receipt of their new bus couldn’t come at a better time as their current bus is in the garage. The Principal of the Lighthouse School, Ms. Carla MacVicar, happily took the keys for the bus. She said, “ […]

Cayman Enterprise City gets the ball rolling

Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) Special Economic Zone have given a glimpse of their proposed plans to reinvigorate Cayman’s business market. In an interview with iNews, CEC’s Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, Hilary McKenzie-Cahill, said that CEC are intending to boost Cayman’s future by giving opportunities never before seen in the Cayman Islands. The […]

Lindsay Japal speaks on being Miss Cayman

Lindsay Japal has begun her year representing Cayman on a global scale. And next week she heads to the UK to take part in the prestigious Miss World competition. Before she flies out to England for the Miss World Pageant she gave iNews an inside view to her experience so far. Ms. Japal says she […]

Jeffrey Wilson – Cayman’s new hot songbird

  Jeffrey Wilson is a young talented Caymanian artist who fell in love with music at the tender age of nine.     Wilson’s career began when he met his first music teacher, who introduced him to the diverse world of music.     Wilson has performed at several private functions, with many foreign and […]

Tropical storm Philippe may turn into hurricane.

Tropical Storm Philippe remains no threat to land and is located about 530 miles south southeast of Bermuda. There are currently no coastal watches or warnings in effect. Philippe’s centre was located near latitude 25.3 north and longitude 61.3 west. He is moving toward the northwest at about six mph and is expected to make […]

BRAvo artists shape up nicely

We all go through life wanting things we think are important. But when you’re diagnosed with cancer, priorities change. The only thing you want is to survive. 24k-Mon Jewellers showed their support for the cause this weekend by hosting the 2nd annual BRAvo Art Breast Cancer Awareness Exhibit & Contest workshop. Ms. Gale Tibbetts, Manager […]