September 24, 2017

Cayman Islands couple inquest delay

From Farnham Herald AN inquest into the deaths of three members of the same Farnham family killed in a car crash while on holiday in the Cayman Islands on May 2 this year, has been delayed until at least the end of October. Proceedings were opened and adjourned at Basingstoke Law Courts on July 4, […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Cayman Business Excellence Awards The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce, working in partnership with Digicel, are proud to introduce the Business Excellence Awards – where we will be honouring some of our brilliant local businesses. Date: October 14 Website: https://www.businessexcellenceawards.ky/ Venue Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Grand Cayman, KY1-1209 Cayman Islands Phone: +1 […]

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 Editor Speaks: Ship wanted. One up for sale

In today’s iNews Cayman we have published two articles about ships: “Jamaica, T&T to acquire relief ship” “RMS St Helena goes up for sale” In the first story, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced that discussions have been held with his counterpart in Trinidad and Tobago about co-sponsoring a ship that will provide relief to […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Caribbean bowed but far from beaten

By Sir Ronald Sanders From Anguilla News This week I was asked to provide an answer to a question posed by an influential Washington-based publication regarding the future of tourism in the Caribbean in the wake of the damage wreaked, in quick succession, by two Category 5 hurricanes. The question was disturbing. Its inference was […]

St. Lucia’s Prime Minister backs Cayman Islands Health City medical model

CAYMAN ISLANDS (September 21, 2017) – St. Lucia’s Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, is showering accolades on leading Caribbean tertiary care hospital Health City Cayman Islands for raising the bar for the future of health care in the Caribbean. Chastanet, who visited the Cayman Islands last week to meet with medical professionals at the three-and-a-half-year-old facility, […]

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 […]

Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation offers help for horses impacted by Hurricanes Irma and Maria

The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation has written to the website Storm Caribe with a Special Request re Equine Relief. The letter reads: From: Sharon Hinds – CIEF Seretary General Date: Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 8:52 PM Subject: Storm Caribe – Special request – Equine Relief To: gert at gobeach.com Dear Mr. van Dijken, Thank […]

Jamaica, T&T to acquire relief ship

From Jamaica Gleaner Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced that discussions have been held with his counterpart in Trinidad and Tobago about co-sponsoring a ship that will provide relief to Caribbean nations during times of emergencies. Responding to Member of Parliament for Central Kingston Ronald Thwaites, who pointed to the need for such a vessel […]

Why Russia hasn’t successfully screwed with Germany’s election — yet

BY COLIN DAILEDA From Mashable Germany heads to the polls on Sunday and, as the country’s election quickly approaches, signs of a giant Russian effort to sway voters are vanishingly small. Russia-linked hackers actually launched their most obvious cyber assault on Germany more than two years ago, which was thought to be just the start […]