May 21, 2018

Dr. Shetty Donating 100 Heart Surgeries, hospital delayed

  Dr. Devi Shetty is once again opening his heart to help those in need of life-saving surgery. In the spirit of the season of giving, the renowned Indian cardiac surgeon announced he is donating 100 heart surgeries to patients in the Cayman Islands, other Caribbean countries, and Latin America. They will travel to India […]

Watch Your Speed

The week of Monday, 3 December, GIS Spotlight repeats a new RCIPS drive to keep roads safe, a UCCI science extravaganza and a reconnection with your past. If you are prone to spurt a few miles over the speed limit when you drive, you have to pay attention to your driving speed and abiding by […]

Schhh! Don’t tell anyone but someone stole our police van

Police delay 4 months in reporting theft of own van After prompting from another media house the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) have admitted they were the victims of thieves themselves. A police spokesperson said on Friday (30), “We can confirm that an unmarked police utility van was stolen from a public car park […]

Caymanian Students celebrate Pirates Week at Keele University, UK

Caymanian student Kenroy Millwood brought a slice of Caymanian culture and Pirates Week to Keele University in the United Kingdom this month and did not disappoint. Kenroy coordinated an event packed with Cayman flavour in conjunction with the African Caribbean Society at Keele to showcase Caymanian culture to his peers. The Caymanian menu included curried […]

Cayman Islands featured destination in Energizer, Orbitz partnership

Further to our story in our Dec 1 iNews Cayman “The Blackstone Group L.P: Orbitz and Energizer” here is the release from the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism: The Cayman Islands are featured as the stunning backdrop of “Orbitz Originals: The Cayman Islands,” a series of ten short films from Energizer and Orbitz highlighting the […]

Cuban Numbers Down & Up

Deputy Chief of Immigration (Enforcement) Gary Wong states that his officers, in cooperation with other agencies, continue to meet the needs of the latest group of 25 Cuban migrants. Several of the latest migrants have requested asylum.  Security has been enhanced at the Immigration Detention Centre as they await processing. The migrant issue has received […]

Second Annual Slow Food Day Grand Cayman

Second Annual Slow Food Day Grand Cayman on Saturday, February 2, 2013 Celebrates Eating Local in the Cayman Islands James Beard Award-Winning Chefs Hugh Acheson and Michael Schwartz Join Local Chef Partners & Farmers to Raise Awareness of Ingredients Grown & Harvested On-Island Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, Slow Food South Sound, and Cayman Islands […]

What they say about George Town, Grand Cayman

From Travel-And-Attractions.com Grand Cayman remains to be known as a subdued; charming island and its main city of George Town is not any different. Where this picturesque, walk able city does not have glitz and glamour, the site answers with historic production, one of a kind sites and ideal shopping opportunities. Take a walk through […]

The Magic Of The Cayman Islands

Richard Bangs Author, ‘The Lost River’ Posted on The Blog, The Huffington Post An accident of geography and geology, the three coral islands that make up the Cayman archipelago are cursed with terrible soil, minimal terrestrial relief and a lack of rivers or lakes. This land was not settled by the Caribs, Arawaks, Tainos or […]

WSPA’s response to iNews Editorial

Rachel Alcock, Campaign Manager for World Society for the Protection of Animals (UK) (WSPA UK), has responded to Colin Wilson, iNews Cayman’s Editor-in-Chief’s Editorial re WSPA’s insistence to end Cayman’s sea turtle farming and his email to her on 26th November, 2012. Wilson’s email said, “I must say I was disappointed to say the least […]