October 14, 2019

Manchester City 1 – 0 Manchester Utd

Manchester City took control of the Premier League title race with two games remaining after a derby victory saw them leapfrog rivals Manchester United at the top of the table. Vincent Kompany’s header in first-half stoppage time gave City the win that means they have wiped out the eight-point advantage held by United three weeks […]

Savannah United Church Evening of Music

by Colleen McGaw The evening (Saturday, 28 April) was held in honour of Noel Wallace as he celebrated, with his family and church, over 25 years in Christian Ministry.  Ten of the 25 years he has served as Music & Youth Director at Savannah. The evening opened with a musical prelude, on piano, from Mr. Denver […]

Premier Bush – Vice Chair of Caribbean OCT Council

Premier McKeeva Bush was elected Vice Chair of the Caribbean Overseas Countries and Territories Council on Thursday.  High level  political representatives of ten Caribbean Overseas Countries and Territories convened for the first time in Curacao where they agreed to establish a regional Overseas Countries and Territories Council. Chief of Staff Leonard Dilbert said the Premier […]

Judge rules on “No Case to Answer Submissions” in The Queen v Devon Wright plus Kristie McField

Both Defendants, Devon Wright and Kristie McField, after the Crown closed its case, had no case to answer submissions made by counsels on their behalf. Mr. John Furniss was acting for Devon Wright and Nick Hoffman of Priestleys for Kristie McField. The case against the two persons was in connection with laptop computers stolen from […]

Premier protests innocence

It has been an interesting, albeit staggering, few days with news that the Cayman Islands Premier Hon. McKeeva Bush is being investigated on three matters by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS). On Thursday (19) Mr. Bush announced on Radio Cayman he knew of no investigation against him. This was his answer to the […]


The Lions Club of Tropical Gardens (LCTG) recently became a bronze sponsor for the George Town Primary School’s “Wall of Honour” initiative.  The school is using this fundraiser to raise funds for its sports programme and a new playground.  The Lions Club of Tropical Gardens donated Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($250.00) towards this initiative […]

“A dream that came true,” says Minister Henry Bellingham

Henry Bellingham (pictured left), Minister for the Overseas Territories arrived on Grand Cayman Wednesday evening (18 April) on his first visit to the Cayman Islands. At a reception in his honour at Pedro St. James the following day he gave this speech: “Your Excellency, Honourable Premier, you know that I am an absolute passionate advocate […]

Police issue warning re ATM tampering

In recent weeks two separate cash machines (ATMs) were tampered with in the George Town area. No customer accounts have been compromised, however officers from the RCIPS Financial Crime Unit are urging members of the public to be vigilant when using cash machines and immediately report anything suspicious. “The tampering consisted of a skimming device being placed over the card slot […]

Research Conference Opens in Grand Cayman

Over 150 delegates have arrived in Grand Cayman for the 57th Annual Caribbean Health and Research Council/Caribbean Public Health Agency (CHRC/CARPHA) Scientific Conference – the largest health research conference in the English-speaking Caribbean. The conference is focused on researchers, policy makers and healthcare professionals and this year close to sixty researchers will share their findings. […]

Garden Club plant trees at The Pines

At a tree planting ceremony held outside the new building facility at The Pines Retirement Home off Smith Road, George Town, on Wednesday (18), members of the Garden Club of Grand Cayman were on hand with representatives from The Pines and media to view an historic event. The Garden Club undertook the ambitious job of […]