October 22, 2018

Starfish Village Children’s Center at Camana Bay on Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

By Oliver From Destination Magazines At Camana Bay on Grand Cayman, Starfish Village makes family vacations a breeze. The unique children’s center offers programs for kids up to age 12 lasting anywhere from an hour to all day, allowing parents to enjoy a romantic lunch or explore the island while their children play, craft, and […]

McTaggart-Giuzio and Van den Bol hit the high point in the Cayman Islands

By Pamela Fowler From CIEF Last weekend saw the last of the CIEF’s dressage shows for the current season. There were two elements to the show which stretched over two days, the Caribbean Equestrian Association’s Dressage Challenge and the last chance to earn points in the National Dressage Championship. Record entries ensured plenty of healthy […]

Teen told to wear ‘appropriate dress’ starts ‘Crop Top Day’ instead

By Lindsey Robertson From Mashable Alexi Halket wore a turquoise crop top and gray skirt to Etobicoke School of the Arts in Toronto, Canada, on Monday. The fairly simple, summery ensemble soon started quite a stir among the teachers of the school. Halket was sent to principal Rob MacKinnon’s office, where she was told that […]

Cayman Islands law firm host student artwork at National Gallery

Walkers art clubs end-of-year student exhibition at NGCI – A Kaleidoscope of Art! The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) and Walkers are pleased to host a vibrant exhibition of student artwork from six Walkers Art Clubs. Benefiting approximately 120 students each week, the NGCI afterschool clubs, which are kindly sponsored by Walkers, include […]

Cops track down parents of boy buried in kitchen

By Nicholas Cheng GOMBAK: The parents who allegedly buried their son under the kitchen floor of their vacated house have been arrested. Investigations led police to track down the 33-year-old father in Keningau, Sabah, at about 6.30pm Saturday. After picking him up, police found the mother with her two daughters staying at a relative’s house […]

Cayman Islands law firm announces recipients of The Walkers’ 2015 Legal Scholarship

Grand Cayman – (27 May, 2015) – Walkers is pleased to announce two recipients of The Walkers’ 2015 Legal Scholarship Jada Andrade of St. Ignatius Catholic School and David Lee of Cayman International School have been awarded Walkers’ scholarships which will pay their university fees, provide them summer internships when on university holidays, and give […]

Cayman Islands Child Month’s Board Games and Trivia Evening Postponed

Child Month’s Board Games and Trivia Evening has been postponed due to inclement weather. The event was scheduled to take place at Book Nook from 6.00-8.00pm tonight (Tuesday 26 May). A new date will be announced shortly. Organisers apologise for any inconvenience.

UWC Cayman Islands launches summer camp for teens

The United World Colleges (UWC) Cayman Islands National Committee is pleased to announce it will launch a new ‘short programme’ 6th – 9th August in Grand Cayman. Through this four-day, three-night summer camp, the volunteer organisation will raise greater awareness of the UWC mission and bring young people together for an important cause. Toward a […]

After a successful first year Health City looks to broaden student programme

On a mission to enlighten school students about the fantastic opportunities available within the healthcare profession, Health City Cayman Islands is busy preparing for its summer intake of interns who will be learning all about the various aspects of life at the hospital. Through the hospital’s student programme, organisers have already managed to further the […]

Wedding of millennium

‘The wedding of the millennium’ involved a 17-year-old Chechen woman being forced to marry a married man 30 years older By Elena Holodny From Business Insider A 17-year-old girl was forced to marry a man who was already married and at least 30 years older than her in “the wedding of the millennium.” The incident […]