August 14, 2018

“ELECTION OBSERVERS” – The Cayman Islands Government Facebook’s Question Of The Day:

“What’s the status of the General Election Observers issue? OFFICIAL ANSWER: Discussions are underway for an Election Observer Mission (EOM) to visit the Cayman Islands to observe the 22 May General Elections. Following the Premier’s agreement to such a mission, the Governor’s Office has been in contact with the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, a body which […]

Nursing Degree Launched

The week of Monday, 15 April 2013, GIS Spotlight inducts you into a new education course, takes a strategic direction in sports and stops once more at a green initiative. It is widely acknowledged that nursing ranks among the noblest professions since it takes a rare kind of individual to provide such a high level […]

Reform of the Strata Titles Registration Law (2005 Revision)

The Law Reform Commission has agreed, pursuant to a request by the Caymanian Bar Association and the Cayman Islands Law Society, to further extend the period of consultation on the strata titles reform to 31st May, 2013. Comments on the Bill and discussion paper should be submitted in writing and delivered to the Director of […]

Spaying and neutering facts [and don’t forget the Pub Quiz]:

From the Cayman Islands Humane Society Neutering males is as important as spaying females. One male can father many more puppies or kittens than any female can give birth to over a lifetime. Neutering reduces the risks involved with “roaming”, It also reduces fighting and aggressive behavior and spraying. Spayed and neutered animals tend to […]

Irish church links with Grand Cayman

PRESBYTERIAN Moderator the Rev Dr Roy Patton begins a visit to Jamaica today as a guest of the United Church in Jamaica and Grand Cayman. During his week-long visit, Dr Patton will undertake various preaching and speaking engagements as well as meeting Church leaders from various denominations in the area. On Wednesday next, Dr Patton […]

Recent Cayman Island funerals

“In loving memory and deepest sympathy” Enid Betty Connolly 1 Aug 1934 – 28 Feb 2013 Enid Imogene (Beulah) Wood 10 Mar 1917 – 2 Mar 2013 burial at Prospect Cemetery Troy Harvey Peter Studenhofft (was Smith) 15 Feb 1961 – 7 Mar 2013 burial at Garden of Eden Cemetery Thomas Henry Parsons 20 Feb […]

Senate Democrats blocking resolution honoring Thatcher

Newsmax Senate Democrats are holding up a resolution to honor former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who died on Monday at age 87, a Heritage Foundation affiliate reports. The resolution was to pass late Wednesday in the Democratic-controlled upper chamber, said Katherine Rosario of Heritage Action for America. The group is a sister organization of […]

7th Burglary on Cayman Brac

A Royal Cayman Islands Police Service RCIPS) spokesperson has confirmed that Cayman Brac experienced its seventh burglary there since the beginning of the year. This time it was at the Brac Reef Resort in West End, close to Reef Divers Resort, West End Point Outlook, and Rebecca’s Cave. On Saturday 6th April thieves (or thief) […]

Another very active Atlantic hurricane season says all forecasters

Extended range forecast of Atlantic seasonal hurricane activity and landfall strike probability for 2013 from CSU By Philip J. Klotzbach and William M. Gray From Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University (CSU) (as of 10 April 2013) We anticipate that the 2013 Atlantic basin hurricane season will have enhanced activity compared with the 1981-2010 […]

Election ID cards are available at locations in every district

The Elections Office have announced they will be issuing electors ID cards at the following locations and dates: West Bay Monday – April 15, 2013 West Bay Library Parking Lot – Elections Trailer 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM George Town OPEN NOW Monday thru Friday 150 Smith Road, lobby 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM Bodden […]