July 20, 2018

Football propels Webb to Cayman’s Person of the Year

From Jamaica Observer – Sean Williams FOOTBALL aficionado Jeffrey Webb has been named the Person of the Year by a major news entity in his native Cayman Islands. Webb, 48, a banker by trade and president of the continental body CONCACAF, was voted unanimously the outstanding personality for 2012 by the 14-year-old online newspaper, Cayman […]

Taxpayer funds in offshore accounts is common

Caleb Warnock – Daily Herald Offshore Cayman Islands accounts are commonplace, used statewide by many cities and the State of Utah, according to banking and state officials. Concerned taxpayers, who first brought the issue to public attention, should rest easy, State Treasurer Richard Ellis told the Daily Herald. The accounts are safe and legal. The […]

Para De Sol protect you from the Cayman sun with style

Para De Sol are a truly Caribbean Company. They love their tropical paradise – not only for the sun and sand but also for the amazing people and partners they’ve met along the way. If you go to their website you will find a couple links to some wonderful companies in the Cayman Islands! PARA […]

Chairman of the CIAA’s Board issues Statement regarding forensic audit

February 26, 2013 A pre-condition of Mr. Richard Arch’s appointment as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Cayman Islands Airports Authority in 2011, was that the Ministry undertake a forensic audit of the Authority. Notwithstanding various communications to the Ministry between Mr. Arch’s appointment in 2011 and June 2012 requesting such an […]

Buccaneers on the rise

From Cayman Rugby After 4 weeks of top notch rugby action in South Sound the Advance Fire and Plumbing Buccaneers have slowly but surely climbed their way from last place in the opening week of games to 2nd place with only 2 weeks of Alex Alexander Memorial Trophy action left in the domestic Rugby season! […]

Another judge makes a difficult decision in Canada

A judge in Cayman made a difficult and unpopular decision recently and the story below shows how judges have to wrestle with their emotions in making difficult decisions. Judge constrained to hand down three year sentence for sad senseless crime By Josh Wingrove Grande Prairie, Alta. — The Globe and Mail In the end, the judge was […]

Rum Point PUBLIC Beach is ready for Prime Time

By Testudo The public section of Rum Point Beach has been cosmetically enhanced. The stretch of beach adjacent to the private Rum Point Club has seen the shrubs removed to dramatically increase the beach area. The downed trees at the water’s edge have also been removed. So for those who prefer to picnic and/or self-medicate […]

New stores boost Island Companies’ Swarovski and Pandora sales

By Peter Dowling, Source: ©The Moodie Report Island Companies Ltd (ICL) has recorded strong sales at its Grand Cayman branded jewellery and crystal stores in 2012, boosted by new boutiques. In November 2012 ICL reopened a 58sq m Swarovski Crystal Forest concept store in Grand Cayman, replacing the previous 44sq m store. The company rates […]

Bush says C4C is the “coalition for cash”

At the United Democratic Party (UDP) rally in Bodden Town last Tuesday (26), ex-premier McKeeva Bush described the Coalition for Cayman (C4C) political group as the “coalition for cash”. Then he tried to link the People’s Progressive Movement, now called The Progressives, to the C4C without any evidence that could substantiate this incredible statement. “You […]

The Caymans: Caribbean Herpetofauna Island(s) of the Day

Posted on February 28, 2013 by Yoel Stuart Anole Annals Today’s Island of the Day is actually a set of three islands that make up The Cayman Islands: Little Cayman, Grand Cayman, and Cayman Brac. Little Cayman is a quiet little diving community with less than 100 residents, made up mostly of expats and people […]