November 16, 2018

Cayman Islands Jubilee celebrations launched at weekend

The grand launch of the local observance of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee took place last Saturday (26) at Pedro St. James. The public was invited and participated in the many exciting events that took place. The Diamond Jubilee Torch Run kicked off at 3:00p.m. and, at the same time, Premier the Hon. McKeeva […]

Special Olympics Open Swimming results

From Open Water Source After three days of constant classroom sessions, POW workouts and open water workouts, the first Special Olympics open water swimming clinic came to a culmination at the 10th annual Butterfield 800m Sea Swim on Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands. “The athletes have such passion and interest in open water […]

Area of disturbed weather near Cayman Islands

Posted by Rob Lightbown on Mon (28). I wasn’t planning on writing up a discussion this morning as I have previous commitments today that I must tend to; therefore, this discussion will be very short. A longer and more regularly scheduled discussion will be posted tomorrow morning by 7 am EDT/6 am CDT. Some of […]

Emap taken over by offshore company in Cayman Islands

Emap: Apax helped Guardian Media Group buy Emap’s trade magazine and events businesses in 2008. The deal saw GMG incorporating a new company in the tax haven of the Cayman Islands and integrating it with an existing network of Cayman companies set up at the same time by Apax, which has a number of offshore […]

Cayman Island Key Club students attend Annual Convention

Once again, for the 74th Annual Key Club Florida District Convention, 11 student representatives from the five key clubs in the Cayman Islands and three adults journeyed to Orlando, Florida for this exciting experience which took place May 10-13 Once there, the Key Clubbers participated in many exciting and informative workshops, received club officer training, […]

Cayman Islands Minister, Rev. “Dave”, assists in Jewish wedding

Ebonie Hazle and David Barry Rochelson were married Saturday evening at the Round Hill Hotel in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Cantor Stephen Henriques officiated with the assistance of the Rev. Dr. Dave Hazle, a minister of the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands and an uncle of the bride, in a ceremony that included […]

Caymanian Shane Westin graduates with B.A., J.D.

Caymanian Shane Finlay Westin, eldest son of Loretta and Peter Westin, of George Town, Grand Cayman graduated on Thursday, May 17th from the University of New Brunswick during their One Hundred and Eighty-third Encaenia, earning a Bachelor of Law/Juris Doctor with Distinction. Shane received awards and scholarships as the top Law student during his first […]

Chung-Fah ready for more service

EVEN at the ripe old age of 72 and impaled in a wheelchair, Winston Chung-Fah remains upbeat and passionate about the sport of football. As he received the highest honour that FIFA bestows on football stalwarts, the veteran football coach did not collect FIFA’s Order of Merit as a retiree, but as an individual who […]

Death of David Albert Dedrick Announcement

The family of the late David Albert Dedrick, age 54 regrets to announce his passing – Sunrise May 10, 1958, Sunset May 23, 2012 – after a prolonged illness. He was preceded in death by his father, the Rev. Royal F. Dedrick. David is survived by and was the beloved son of Rosemary A. Dedrick […]

Snorkelling death at East End – Update Man named

A 56-year-old American tourist died who died on Sunday (May 27) morning while snorkelling off the East End of the Island has been named as Kenneth Perroz, of Tampa, Florida. About 10.05 pm yesterday, Sunday 27 May 2012, police received a report that a snorkeler had been found unconscious in the sea close to the Morritts […]