September 17, 2019

YMCA Teen Camp

Cayman: YMCA Offers Camp Just for Teens The YMCA is known in the Cayman community for its Day Camp programme which offers camps throughout the summer and during every school break for children, starting at five-years old. A unique component of YMCA programmes is the focus on character development. The Y’s core values of honesty, […]

US: Famous Jew warns: These Hollywood people want to destroy Christianity

From Newsmax Dear Readers If you’re not afraid, you’d better be . . . If you believe in Christianity, or Judaism, or are a person of deep faith — you’re a target. And, we are sorry to report, so is your family. Yes, even in the USA. Remember when Obama victoriously announced America would be […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Cayman: Needs Assessment Unit: Closures The Needs Assessment Unit (NAU) wishes to advise the public that its offices in Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac will close on Thursday, 25 July 2019 from 3pm, for a staff meeting. Normal office hours will resume on Friday, 26 July 2019. The NAU apologises for any inconvenience the closures may cause. […]

The Editor speaks: Shouldn’t we listen to our children?

We spend trillions of dollars on making weapons of destruction but none of that is permanent. It might kill a few evil people and at the same time killing the innocent. “Sorry about that. The innocent must die along with the guilty,” is the cry. Not true! No innocent must die. No innocent has to […]

Winds of change in the Caribbean

By Claus Grue From World Council of Churches Unrest in Venezuela, global warming and reduced funds are pertinent challenges facing the Caribbean Conference of Churches (CCC). Encompassing an area from Panama and Costa Rica in the west to The Lesser Antilles in the east, and from The Bahamas in the north to Guyana, Suriname and French […]

Colours Cayman: Our organisation’s response to local conservative views on marriage equality

GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS, 17 July 2019:“If You Don’t Like It, Leave” What a hurtful sentiment. Particularly when it’s directed towards those who only want to feel safe and secure wherever they live. Yet it’s the kind of rhetoric that our LGBT community is all too familiar with. The moment we speak up in hopes […]

7 ways dads influence their daughters

By Dr. James Dobson Fathers have an incalculable impact on their daughters. Most psychologists believe, and I am one of them, that all future romantic relationships are influenced positively or negatively by the way a girl interacts with her dad in the childhood years. If that is true, then fathers should give careful thought to […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Cayman: Liquor Licence Application Deadline Reminder Grand Cayman liquor licence holders – including those with music and dancing licences – are reminded of the upcoming Annual Liquor Licence Meeting in early September. The deadline for applications is August 16th, 2019. To renew a license, persons should submit a completed application form for each location and […]

Translators of Jewish texts

10 unforgettable translators of Jewish texts By Yehuda Shurpin From Chabad Moses Not only did we receive the Torah from G‑d through Moses, but our sages tells us that Moses was the first one to translate the Torah as well. Just weeks before his passing (on his 120th birthday), on the first day of the 11th month (Shevat), Moses reviewed […]

‘An oasis in the desert’

By Tenisha Sylvester From newsday TT Hinds praises Girls’ Brigade Laventille West MP Fitzgerald Hinds yesterday praised the Girls’ Brigade “as an oasis in the desert” and told members they were fortunate to be a part of a unit committed to have a positive impact on the lives of girls. “I feel very good about […]