September 25, 2017

Collas Crill supports Cayman Finance student education and work experience programme

Offshore law firm Collas Crill has once again demonstrated its commitment to supporting local Cayman Islands students with their career development goals through its summer internship programme. For the second year the firm has offered two students quality career development opportunities in both the legal and company management services sectors. This year Allena Rankine joined […]

The 5 secrets of productivity in logistics

By Harris Myers Team From ALBA Having state-of-the art systems, logistical infrastructure, and analytics would all be useless without an engaged and committed workforce for increased productivity in your logistics. In order to run an efficient logistics operation, it’s is crucial to establish seamless communication within your supply chain with the goal of improving it […]

Hammock Camping Infographic Part 3

Tired of the same old camping routine? Or maybe you’ve started to see some flaws in your regular camping set up that might be solved by changing things up a little bit? Sounds like you might need to give hammock camping a go. CHAPTER TWO TYPES OF HAMMOCKS Be sure to hang out in the […]

Jamaica: Horace Clarke High and Bull Bay All-Age win SRC science competition

From JIS Story Highlights Two rural schools took the top spots in the Scientific Research Council’s (SRC) Improving Innovation Capacities in the Caribbean (INVOCAB) Science and Technology Innovation competition. Horace Clarke High in St. Mary won in the secondary category, while Bull Bay All-Age in St. Thomas was victorious in the primary-school segment of the […]

Hammock Camping Infographic Part 2

Tired of the same old camping routine? Or maybe you’ve started to see some flaws in your regular camping set up that might be solved by changing things up a little bit? Sounds like you might need to give hammock camping a go. CHAPTER ONE HAMMOCK VS TENT There are benefits of both. But which […]

Two museums tackle the Chinese-Caribbean connection

By Nicholas Slayton From Los Angeles Downtown News Chinese American Museum and California African American Museum Join Forces for Unique Two-Part Exhibition DTLA – Last week saw the launch of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a massive artistic endeavor in which more than 70 museums and arts institutions are exploring Latino and Latin American art in Los […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

  HANNAH’S HEROES BIG SHAVE IS FRIDAY (22)! In just over 24 hours over 100 men, women and children will take to the stage at this year’s Hannah’s Heroes Big Shave at the Wicket, Cricket Square. Since the first Big Shave in 2013, Hannah’s Heroes have raised over US $1.5 million for the St Baldrick’s […]

Cayman Islands Prison inmates complete STP programme

HMCIPS Inmates Complete STP Programme Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service (HMCIPS) leaders, chaplaincy volunteers and family members recently joined together to celebrate 10 inmates who had completed the Sycamore Tree Project (STP). The rehabilitation programme is based on the principles of restorative justice and covers topics such as the effects of crime, responsibility, confession, […]

Cayman Islands: Handover of The Disabilities (Solomon Webster) Law, 2016

Websters Receive Presentation Copy of Law Bearing Son’s Name Members of the National Council for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) presented a bound copy of The Disabilities (Solomon Webster) Law, 2016 to the family of the late special Olympian on Tuesday, 19 September 2017. Solomon Webster, who would have been 28 years old last Friday, died […]

Butterfield’s Young Musicians visit Juilliard

(Grand Cayman – 20 September 2017) The 2017 and 2016 winners of Butterfield’s Young Musician of the Year competition were treated to a trip to New York City to visit The Juilliard School as part of their prizes. Marcos Bertran, the 2017 winner, plays the Alto Saxophone and Daniela Granados, 2016’s winner, plays the flute. […]