September 19, 2018

THIS MUST STOP! Restaurant boss says crime wave is like “a cancer”

Tony Crescente is enraged. Masked gunmen invaded his Casanova restaurant, smashed his computer systems and cash register, stole all the cash and disappeared into the night. “Thank God no one was hurt,” he said, describing himself as “very frustrated” by rising crime and “the growing threat” to tourism, to families and to local businesses. In […]

iCommunity events

DANCE UNLIMITED: The Cayman Islands National Dance Company and School invite new students to registration session 10am-12noon. Classes resume on 12th September. Visit WWW.DANCEUNLIMITEDCAYMAN.COM for further information or email RED BAY PRIMARY SCHOOL UNIFORM SHOP: Will be open 11am to 1pm. To place orders, email and include contact name and phone number. BODDEN […]

Priya fights for Dudus assets

Local lawyers for Christopher “Dudus” Coke will ask the Jamaican court to return to his family, tens of thousands of dollars in assets seized in the wake of his 2010 extradition. Mr Coke agreed to a plea bargain last week in New York, accepting a series of lesser charges in exchange for serving a substantial […]

Thieves try to steal GT Hospital ATM

Thieves tried to steal a ATM cash machine from George Town Hospital. The Butterfield ATM located in the lobby of the George Town hospital is currently out of service and will remain so until further notice. “At around 2am on Friday 2nd September it was discovered that somebody tried to vandalise or remove the ATM […]

Brac Teachers Onboard

Sister Islands educators recently gathered to launch the new school year, with last week’s orientation session attended by top officials. Even as their counterparts on Grand Cayman similarly prepare for classes, on Thursday, 25 August, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman teachers were welcomed back by Minister of Education the Hon. Rolston Anglin, JP, Chief Officer […]

Brac pirates week splash a success

If a Pirates Week celebration can be judged by its kickoff, one can plan on another successful, fun-filled time in the Brac for the Pirates Week Finale during the last weekend of November. The combined efforts of Captain’s Table, Moses Kirkconnell and the Brac Pirates Week Committee team have yielded a successful fundraiser and an […]

Public Entities Meet Financial Deadline

For the first time since the Public Management and Finance Law was introduced, public sector entities across the board have kept to the deadline to submit financial statements to the Auditor General’s Office. Wednesday 31st August, is the date by which all Ministries, Portfolios and Office that make-up central Government along with Statutory Authorities and […]

JUST AND FAIR DECISION: Devon’s mom says acquittal was correct

In an emotional post-verdict interview yesterday, the mother of Devon Anglin, acquitted of murder in the Grand Court, detailed her private anguish at the trial and public vilification of her son. “The last 18 months have been the most intense period of my life,” she told iNews. “And on Wednesday, I was able to breathe […]

A young life wasted – Jeremiah Barnes

Jeremiah Barnes should have been starting school this week. He would have been five years old and running around the yard playing happily with his friends, not a care in the world. Instead there will be a spare place in the classroom where Jeremiah should have been sitting if his young life had not been […]

Additional Hours for CHHS Uniform Shop

Parents may purchase uniforms from the Clifton Hunter High School uniform shop on the following three days between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, 31 August; Thursday, 1 September; and Saturday, 3 September. Call the school at 949-9488 for details.