March 22, 2017

Cayman Islands police requests public assistance in locating man who escaped from Lawful Custody Tuesday, 21 March

From RCIPS RCIPS Requests Public Assistance in Locating Man Who Escaped from Lawful Custody Yesterday, Tuesday, 21 March Yesterday, 21 March, about midday, a 22-year-old man of West Bay, Travis Alexander Ebanks, escaped from lawful custody in West Bay.  Mr. Ebanks was in police custody on suspicion of burglary in the vicinity of the West […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Cayman Brac: CIIPO to Appear at Ag Show Representatives from CIIPO (the Cayman Islands Intellectual Property Office) will be on Cayman Brac on Saturday, 25 March, to speak with persons in creative fields about how they can benefit from copyrights, trade marks, design rights and other forms of intellectual property. Anyone on the Brac who […]

UPDATE: LONDON Terrorist attack – 4 Dead 20 injured

London attack: Pictures from Westminster ‘terrorist incident’ From BBC Four people, including a police officer and an attacker, are dead and 20 others are injured in a ‘terrorist incident’ in Westminster. Police officer stabbed in UK Parliament attack died at scene, says minister who gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation Police are at a “terrorist incident” at the […]

Cayman Islands: Theft of boat discovered Monday, 20 March

From RCIPS Monday, 20 March, around 1:30PM a boat was discovered missing from the dock at the rear of a residence on Canal Point Drive in George Town.   The boat is a Twin V boat, 14 feet in length, with a blue Bimini canvas top and a 60hp Suzuki engine.  A picture of the boat […]

22 Mar 2017 Weather in Cayman

Mar 22 Wednesday Synopsis Moderate northeasterly winds and seas will continue across the Cayman area for the next 24 hours as a high pressure system lingers over the Gulf of Mexico. Radar images show a few scattered showers south of Little Cayman moving towards the southwest. Sunshine just makes the day a little better, but […]

Tyre-shredding operations begin at Cayman Islands landfill

The shredding of more than half a million stockpiled tyres began officially at George Town landfill this morning (Tuesday, 21 March 2017). Island Recycling, and its partner company Guernsey Recycling Group (GRG), won the contract last year to shred the huge backlog of used tyres accumulated throughout more than a decade. Between eight and 10 […]

Cayman Islands utility company employees benefit from wellness programme

Employees of Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd. (CUC) are seeing significant benefits from the Company’s internal wellness programme. Health and Safety is one of the core values of the Company and the CUC Wellness Connection was implemented in 2013 to create a healthier environment and to encourage employees to take the necessary steps to improve their […]

Conservation, Customer Service and Tourism Awards; 2017 is off to a Good Start at Little Cayman’s Southern Cross Club

Little Cayman Resort receives high ranking in TripAdvisor awards and high praise for its support of annual Grouper Moon Project  Little Cayman, Cayman Islands, March 21 – So far, 2017 has been a remarkable year for the Southern Cross Club in Little Cayman. First, the online travel site named the resort to its top […]

The Editor Speaks: Social services and children

Last Sunday at St George’s Anglican Church, members of the Cayman Islands Social Services Children/Family Support group were in attendance, including Minister Osbourne Bodden. They wanted to highlight the work they do and which largely goes unrecognised. Never has there ever been such a need for our children to be protected. There is a sobering […]

Collas Crill Cayman ranks in Chambers directory

Collas Crill‘s Cayman office has been ranked in the Chambers & Partners Global Guide for 2017. The firm, that merged in 2015, submitted rankings to Chambers for the first time and has seen the inclusion of its corporate & finance and dispute resolution practice areas, as well as five of its lawyers ranked as notable […]