October 22, 2019

Cayman: Man Charged for Aggravated Burglary in North Side

From RCIPS A man, age 40 of North Side, has been formally charged with Aggravated Burglary in relation to an incident on the morning of Saturday, 19 October, at an address in North Side, where the man broke into the residence of someone known to him while carrying a weapon. He was arrested the same […]

UPDATE -UK: Brit dad [living in Cayman Islands] missing for a week after going to embassy to get daughter a passport-FOUND

UPDATE 22 October 2019 From RCIPS Missing Man Located in Jamaica The police can now confirm that local resident Mr. Graham Bentley, who was reported missing on Friday, 18 October, after having travelled to Jamaica, has been located safely in Jamaica. From The Daily Mirror The family of Graham Bentley, 45, originally from Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, […]

Respect court’s ruling on gays matter — Cayman jurist

By Anthony Lewis From Jamaica Observer MONTEGO BAY, St James — Chief justice of the Cayman Islands Anthony Smellie says Jamaicans must accept the outcome of the matter being contested in the court by the lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender (LGBT) group, Montego Bay Pride, and the city’s Mayor Homer Davis and the St James […]

Bermudan magistrate cleared [by Cayman magistrate] over failure to take breathalyser following car crash

From Jamaica Gleaner HAMILTON, Bermuda, CMC – Cayman Islands magistrate Valdis Foldats Monday dismissed a case against one of Bermuda’s leading magistrates following a car crash earlier this year. Foldats, drafted in to oversee the case, exonerated Khamisi Tokunbo, 65, who had denied refusing a breathalyser test after he was arrested following the crash in […]

Win the battle against infringers

By Trevor Little, WTR Whether producing consumer goods, pharmaceuticals or food and consumables, infringement is a fact of life, but one that trademark counsel must tackle more and more, with often limited resources and budgets. But infringement isn’t always as straight forward as the culprits trying to make easy money. In 2017, TGI Fridays issued […]

Community Safety Officers

Cayman: Community Safety Officers join RCIPS ranks From RCIPS Commencing at the beginning of November, members of the community will see new RCIPS Community Safety Officers (CSOs) take to the streets and communities of the Cayman Islands. These new CSOs are not police officers, but civilian members of the local community, who will be patrolling communities […]

St. Kitts-Nevis: PM Harris alerts the public about fake social media pages

he Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, wants to alert the public about fake Facebook and social media accounts that are circulating.  These sites may look genuine, but they are not.   These fake sites may use the Prime Minister’s photo and name, but their only intention is to spread […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Cayman: Men’s Breakfast Meeting The Grand Cayman chapter of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International is having its monthly breakfast on Saturday October 26th at 7:30am, at Aroma restaurant in Camana Bay. There will be open sharing. Come out to hear the how God is making a difference in the life of men like you, […]

Cayman: RCIPS warns motorists about poor driving habits

The RCIPS has received numerous complaints of motorists who have been driving in an inconsiderate manner on the roadway, and in doing so, violating a number of traffic laws and road code rules. As such, we would like to highlight these behaviors and request that the public follow these laws and rules to ensure smooth […]

Bretton Woods at 75: The future of multilateralism

*Monday at Georgetown Law + via Live Stream* As the World Bank and IMF turn 75, experts discuss the “crisis of multilateralism” and the  future of trade, inclusive globalization, human rights & governance and more WASHINGTON – Georgetown Law’s Center for the Advancement of the Rule of Law in the Americas (CAROLA) together with the Bank Information Center […]