November 24, 2017

Cayman Islands: Missing Persons: Ukelia Dixon and Motesha Mothen, 23 November

From RCIPS Fri 24 Nov 2017 Police are investigating a report of two missing girls, who were last seen yesterday morning, 23 November, when they were dropped off at John Gray High School. The girls did not turn up to their pick up locations and efforts to locate them proved futile. The girls Ukelia Dixon, […]

Basketball: Clark Powers No. 12 Cincinnati To Cayman Islands Classic Title

Box Score  GEORGE TOWN, GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS — Senior forward Gary Clark scored his team’s first 13 points and Cincinnati relied on stingy defense for the third straight night en route to a resounding 78-53 triumph over Wyoming on Wednesday night to capture the inaugural Cayman Islands Classic championship. It marked the third straight […]

Health City Cayman Islands offering free bone density scans through November

CAYMAN ISLANDS (November 23, 2017) – Health City Cayman Islands is offering free bone density scans through November 30. World Radiology Day was celebrated worldwide on November 8, and in recognition of the international observance, the tertiary care hospital is providing the free scans for the entire month. Bone density scans, also known as bone […]

The Editor Speaks: A good man leaves

I have to confess, when Neil Lavis arrived here from the UK to take up his job as Director of Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service, I didn’t think he would last twelve months. He not only had to battle with the challenging job of dealing with criminals, but the government who would not spend […]

Media members of CONCACAF to vote on their AWARDS

CONCACAF are pleased to announce that the Confederation will once again recognize the outstanding achievements of players, coaches and referees from across our region with a number of awards based on performances in all CONCACAF competitions, for the year 2017. Media members [we are a member] will once again play a vital role in the […]

Cayman Islands: HMCIPS Director resigns

4 Years of Progress The Ministry of Home Affairs regretfully announces the resignation of Neil Lavis as Director of Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service (HMCIPS). Mr. Lavis joined HMCIPS, which includes HMP Northward and HMP Fairbanks, in June 2013. During his tenure, he introduced several new policies and procedures to improve the standard of […]

Thames Water to shut Cayman Islands subsidiaries under new chairman

By Julia Kollewe From The Guardian UK UK’s largest water company, which has not paid corporation tax in the UK for the last 10 years, to review business Thames Water has appointed the former SSE boss Ian Marchant as chairman to spearhead a review of the business, including closing the company’s controversial Cayman Islands subsidiaries. […]

Riverview woman helps stray animals

From the Caribbean to Canada, Riverview woman helps stray animals By Kate Letterick From CBC ca Many dogs find new homes not only in Canada, but the U.S. as well Charlene Penney had a life decision to make in 2014. The former Riverivew resident and her boyfriend from St. Lucia were trying to decide where […]

Creating a loyal customer base

From Brain Boxol Building customer loyalty is a monumental task for any company of any size. As the competition gets stiffer and market preference continues to change, it only takes one blunder to turn the whole game around. Whether you are running a well-established brand or a startup venture, you have no option but to […]

Canada can’t deport illegal foreigners as countries are refusing to take them [Jamaica is on list]

Agence France-Presse From Global News Ca Canada’s attempts to send up to 1,000 foreigners who are here illegally back to their home countries are being stymied by nations refusing to take them back, officials said Monday. International and domestic laws in most countries require governments to allow their own citizens entry. “But some countries are […]