November 22, 2017

World-wide celebrations as the Overseas Territories honour the Queen

This weekend, the UK’s Overseas Territories, like many other countries around the world, will be marking the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee by lighting Beacons. They will join the Beacon lighting across the UK, continuing a tradition, first started to communicate but now carried out as a symbol of unity. The Queen will light the last Beacon […]

Dinghy Racers prepare for Stormchaser

The Cayman Islands Sailing Club will host the 4th annual Stormchaser dinghy regatta on the weekend of June 9th and 10th 2012. The Stormchaser regatta was introduced to mark the arrival of the Hurricane season and takes place in June every year. It is one of only two regattas held during the year where different […]

Cayman Islands woman brutually attacked by group of dogs in Bahamas

A woman who was brutally attacked by a group of dogs while visiting a family on island is concerned that if authorities do not send out a public warning, a life could be taken. Shevaun Davies, who lives in Grand Cayman, said she was bitten several times on Tuesday, May 22, about the body as […]

Brazil says no exchange of information agreement exists with Cayman Islands: calls to put an end to tax havens

Brazilian society and parliament press for concrete measures to put an end to tax havens. One of the reasons for checking on tax havens is the reality of tax evasion, which generates losses to the society. “Brazil and other developing countries are missing the collection of taxes that could be used to fund policies to […]

Paul Colley wins two awards for Cayman Islands Kittiwake picture

Paul Colley, whose photo of the USS Kittiwake wreck in the Cayman Islands won the latest round of UK’s The Telegraph’s Big Picture Competition also took an award in’s competition. Under the title “Stunning images of the ocean floor revealed by underwater photography” here is the main story. Sharp images from the depths of […]

Amp’s plan to sell electric Mercedes-Benz in Cayman Islands runs into roadblocks

In March, Amp Electric Vehicles announced it had signed a memorandum of understanding with U-Go Stations Cayman to bring its converted all-electric Mercedes-Benz ML to the Caribbean islands. Turns out, the gas-less powertrain is causing some bureaucratic headaches. In order to allow EVs into the islands, the government needed to pass a law saying so. […]

Robbery Eastern Ave Texaco 10:02pm Thu (31)

Police were on the scene last night just after 10pm at the Eastern Ave Texaco following a report of a robbery in progress being received. The call which came in at around 1002pm advising that the gas station was being robbed by a person who was armed with what was believed to be a firearm. […]

Guy Harvey to make three South Florida appearances in advance of Father’s Day!

South Florida fans will get to meet Guy Harvey in time for Father’s Day! He will be making three appearances in the Sunshine State this coming weekend: June 1st – Dick’s Sporting Goods in Ft. Lauderdale – 6:00-8:00PM: Regions Bank Plaza, 2420 North Federal Highway June 2nd – Bass Pro Shops in Orlando – Noon-2PM: […]

Stingray Swim Club travels to Sarasota Sharks

“With five club records falling, a multitude of PBs and top 10 positions, the Meet was a great experience for Stingray’s swimmers pitting them against some of Florida’s finest Junior Swimmers.” Stingray Swim Club, Grand Cayman, 27 May 2012: Fourteen Stingray Swim Club members travelled to Sarasota to compete in the Sarasota YMCA Sharks Kent […]

Annual Cayman Brac CNB 800m Sea Swim

Cayman Brac, 28 May 2012: The Cayman Brac CNB 800m Sea Swim was held last month and drew local and visiting swimmers who travelled from Grand Cayman and overseas to take part. Hosted by the Sister Islands Swim Club with sponsors Cayman National Bank, MLA Moses Kirkconnell, Jackson Enterprises, Progressive Distributors, Complex Services, Frank Flowers […]