October 22, 2019

Boston bombs suspect ‘in custody’/FBI interviewed one in 2011

BBC The teenage suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings has been taken into custody in a suburb of the city, police have said. Gunfire was heard as Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, was found hiding in a boat in a backyard in Watertown. He had escaped on foot early on Friday after a police shootout that claimed […]

Pedal cyclist seriously injured in MVA

On Friday 5 April 2013 about 10:56 pm a pedal cyclist was injured along the West Bay Road* in the vicinity of Mandalay Condominiums. His condition is considered serious but stable. The cyclist was apparently riding home towards WB after work when he was struck by a truck. The driver of the truck was arrested […]

Cayman Finance emphasizes independence of financial services industry

In light of the no-confidence motion against the United Democratic Party, which was passed in the Legislative Assembly late this afternoon, Cayman Finance Chairman, Mr Richard Coles, has reiterated the independence of Cayman’s financial services industry. The no-confidence vote comes on the back of the Premier’s arrest last Tuesday by the Royal Cayman Islands Police […]

Can you feel it?

By Joan Wilson Can you feel it – it’s in the air Can you feel it – it’s everywhere It’s November and the skies are clear Cool Christmas breezes blowing everywhere   Our first Northwester for the season rolled in last week That’s the sign of our ‘winter’ with skies so bleak Powerful and dangerous […]

President Barack Obama defeats Romney to win re-election

President Barack Obama has been re-elected to a second term, defeating Republican challenger Mitt Romney. America’s first black president secured more than the 270 votes in the electoral college needed to win. In his victory speech before supporters in Chicago, Mr Obama said he would talk to Mr Romney about “where we can work together […]

One injured following motor vehicle collision

One female has been taken to the Cayman Island Hospital  in George Town by Emergency Medical Services following a motor vehicle collision along Shamrock Road in the vicinity  of Corella Drive earlier this evening. About 5: 40 pm on Tuesday 16th October 2012, a pedestrian was struck by a motor car whilst standing on the shoulder […]

Cayman 7 Day Tide Tables

Budding artists will vie to be “Chalk of the Town” at Artisphere’s headline event: the 9th annual chalkfest competition

Art enthusiasts are invited to a weekend of art and creativity at Camana Bay! This two-day affair on Friday 11 and Saturday 12 May will showcase a diverse and vibrant programme, including digital graffiti, live music and dance performances and a kids’ talent show, as well as cooking demos and a Mixology Masters competition. The […]

Premier presents to CI Invitational

The Premier the Hon. W. McKeeva Bush, OBE, JP, handed over a cheque for $75,000 to Cayman Islands Invitational organiser and star sprinter, Ms Cydonie Mothersill, at his office on Tuesday, 1 May. The presentation marks the Ministry of Finance, Tourism and Development’s position as one of the lead sponsors of the first-ever such track […]

Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference

Martyn Bould RLB Caribbean chairman addresses Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference 24th and 26th April 2012 in San Juan Puerto Rico on Chinese Investment in the Caribbean. Martyn Bould represented Rider Levett Bucknall at the 16th  annual Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference in San Juan Puerto Rico held from 24th  to 26th  April […]