November 16, 2018

Harbour Drive GT Blocked Due to Excessive Waves

Harbour Drive,George Town is closed due to excessive sea water on the road. The road may well be closed into tomorrow morning. The public are asked to take alternative routes on their travel

The Editor speaks: It’s all ‘hope”, “anticipation”, “expected”, “most”, and “should”

Whilst Mount Trashmore gets bigger and our garbage gets collected less we finally get an update from government on the proposed new waste cycling centre. Or more correct, the ISWMS facilities (Materials Recovery Facility (MRF), Composting facility, Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC), End of Life (ELV)/Scrap Metals facility, Maintenance building, new Weigh Bridge facility, Construction […]

Minister promotes Cayman Islands’ IP regime to sports and entertainment lawyers

Minister of Financial Services the Hon. Tara Rivers addressed lawyers within the sports and entertainment industry on the intellectual property (IP) regime of the Cayman Islands at the 30th annual North American Law Summit, held the week of 5 November at The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort and Spa.  The summit was held […]

Cayman Islands National Gallery’s Annual Fundraising Gala is fashioned focused

One of the most anticipated parties of the year is set to take place at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) 30 November 2018. The Art of Fashion Costume Gala promises to inspire guests while raising essential funds for the Gallery’s free community programmes for all ages and backgrounds. NGCI Director, Natalie Urquhart […]

Registration opens for Cayman Islands Crisis Centre annual Jingle Bell Run

Crisis Centre announces annual fun run and welcomes community members to register or participate as a sponsor. (George Town, Grand Cayman) – Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC), a charity organization that provides support and shelter to victims of domestic abuse, is hosting its annual Jingle Bell 5K 10K Walk/Run. The race, now in its 16th […]

Ogier supports Cayman Islands dementia charity pilot initiative

Ogier has donated $3,200 to the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association of the Cayman Islands (ADACI). The donation, made possible thanks to the many Ogier employees who give to the firm’s charitable fund on a monthly basis directly from their salaries, will support the ADACI’s pilot SAT tracker programme. The scheme will provide tracker devices to […]

Concacaf officially opens new headquarters in downtown Miami

Mayor of the City of Miami honors Confederation President with Key to the City Miami (Thursday, November 15  2018) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) officially opened its new headquarters in downtown Miami on Wednesday, November 14. The new office, located at the 3 MiamiCentral building, 161 NW 6th […]

State admits that Guyana President Granger is indeed suffering from cancer

By Dennis Adonis From Guyana Guardian Days after this publication had published a report which indicated that President David Granger was suffering from Cancer, an official press statement sent from the Guyana Embassy in Cuba several minutes ago has now confirmed that the President was indeed diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, a form of cancer. When […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

  Cayman Islands motorists advised to exercise caution during Pete Ribbins Memorial Ride, Sunday, 18 November On Sunday, 18 November, Cayman Water will be hosting their annual Pete Ribbins Memorial Bike Ride and Run, which begins at 6:30AM. The event begins and ends at the Cayman Water Plant off the Esterley Tibbets Highway and participants […]

Cayman Islands – ROUTE CHANGE: Motorists Urged to Exercise Caution During Triple C 5K, Saturday, 17 November

From RCIPS The RCIPS is advising the public that the route for the Triple C 5K on Saturday, 17 November, at 4:30PM, has been changed. Participants will leave from the Triple C school, travel north along Fairbanks Road, loop around Fern Circle, and then travel south along Fairbanks Road, and west past Aspiration Drive and […]