August 14, 2018

Caribbean Kitchen returns to ANUGA 2015

Bridgetown, BARBADOS, September 16 2015: Once again a selection of Caribbean Speciality Food and Beverage companies will be gaining growth from the international markets when they showcase their products at the ANUGA 2015 trade fair, under the umbrella platform Caribbean Kitchen.   ANUGA is the world’s leading food fair for retail trade, food service, and the […]

Raizal people of Colombian Caribbean archipelago defend cultural traditions

By Carlos Meneses Sanchez. EFE From Fox News Latino The Raizals, a Creole-speaking, Afro-Caribbean people who inhabit the Colombian archipelago of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina, are fighting to achieve greater respect for their centuries-old culture and achieve a place for their language in all local institutions. This Protestant ethnic group makes up more […]

Justice Breyer takes on the world

By Tony Mauro, The National Law Journal The 77-year-old justice talks retirement, death penalty and his new book about foreign law. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer does not sound like he is retiring any time soon. “I guess at some point I will retire. You want to know when. I don’t know. I will […]

Cayman Islands Yen has a yen for excellence

General Records Assistant Tyrone Yen of the Cayman Islands National Archive (CINA) is the first civil servant to be named top employee for the 1 July 2015 – 30 June 2016 financial year, for the sterling values and standards that he brings to his job. Lauded for continually thinking outside the box, Mr. Yen is […]

Health City Cayman Islands celebrates 100 successful orthopaedic surgeries

The Orthopaedic department at Health City Cayman Islands has proudly reached the landmark of over 100 surgeries since it opened its doors just over a year ago. Dr Alwin Almeida, Senior Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon said the first surgery was undertaken on 5th June 2014 and involved a shoulder arthroscopic surgery. “Since then we have had […]

iNews Briefs, More & Community Events

Community Events RENT: The Musical Opened Thursday September 10th, 2015 Runs to October 3rd, 2015 Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Doors open at 6:30 PM for Happy Hour try our special Tom Collins cocktail! at The Prospect Playhouse Do not miss out on the musical event of the year! No Day but Today! Click here for […]

CKIA ATC trainees head to Trinidad

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (15 September 2015) Charles Kirkconnell International Airport’s (CKIA) Air Traffic Control trainees Eric Bodden and Carley Lazzari are off to Trinidad and Tobago for four months of intensive training at the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Training Centre. Prior to their departure on Friday, 11 September, Cayman Islands Airports Authority’s CEO […]

Cayman Islands trust company named Trust Company of the Year

Butterfield Trust Named Trust Company of the Year Hamilton, Bermuda and George Town, Grand Cayman—15 September 2015: Butterfield Group today announced that Butterfield Trust, comprising six independently incorporated trust companies located in key financial centres, has been named Trust Company of the Year at the tenth annual STEP Private Client Awards. STEP—the Society of Trust […]

Fox Rothschild, Virgin Islands reach temporary deal in tax beef

By Gina Passarella, From The Legal Intelligencer Fox Rothschild has withdrawn a request for a temporary restraining order against the U.S. Virgin Islands after the U.S. territory agreed to halt its tax collection efforts against the firm until a dispute over the validity of the taxes is resolved. The move canceled a hearing on the […]

Brazil downs U.S. in friendly Foxborough, Massachusetts –

From CONCACAF Foxborough, Massachusetts – In its last friendly prior to meeting Mexico in the CONCACAF Cup next month, the United States fell 4-1 to Brazil on Tuesday at Gillette Stadium. Barcelona star Neymar came off the bench to score two goals, while Hulk and Rafinha added one apiece for the South Americans. Substitute Danny […]