March 20, 2018

Letter to the Editor

From Anonymous I just took a look at the documents released by CNS. Mr. Brian White (Ed: actually Wight) a disgruntled realtor seemingly, says he was paid $10,000 only as a mediator. I’m sure wanting a bigger piece of the pie, (can’t blame him) and he presented his sworn statement or affidavit to RCIP. But […]

Warning for Cayman?

This was sent us by one of our readers who also placed the title. Obituary In 1887 Alexander Tyler, a Scottish history professor at the University of Edinborough, had this to say about the fall of the Athenian Republic some 2,000 years prior: “A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot exist as […]

Letter to Editor

Anonymous The independent member for Northside must apologise to Lord Blencathra and all handicapped people of Cayman. Mr. Ezzard Miller has come under fire for his rantings of unwanted descriptions or categorization including terms related to deviance disability or diagnosis of a Physical disorder of a handicapped man. Not just any man but Lord Blencathra […]

Letter to Editor

From anonymous Independent member  for North Side Mr. Ezzard Miller recently came under fire for what some people call  verbal abuse on the disabled. The victim being the executive conservative minister Lord Blencathra, the Cayman Islands Representative in the London office. He is a former MP  and Tory chief whip. Lord Blencathra is being paid […]

Turtles King in Caymans

By Jack & Jill Mcguire This delightful story of our Islands appeared in on Thu (3) The first sighting of land after the fourth and final voyage to the New World by Christopher Columbus had the captain and his crew in a tizzy. But it wasn’t making landfall after the long voyage that caused […]

Letter to the Editor: from Florence Goring-Nozza

May 2 2012 In light of the political furnace ablaze between the two parties hurling each other into the center of the heat; Let us pray that the Department organizing visits to these 2,000 homes using the census report will be used strictly for health purposes and not some underlying political ploy. I’m curious to […]

25 Crafty Ways to Reuse Junk Mail

By Becky Striepe Despite your best efforts, do you feel like you just can’t stop the steady stream of junk mail in your mailbox? Whether it’s catalogs you never asked for, credit card offers you didn’t apply for, or any other mass mailing that hits your mailbox, all of that junk mail adds up fast. […]


As the Petition for referendum for  One Man One Vote continues,  Caymanians now know that they will go to the polls in July to decide if the three Islands will adopt single member constituencies. In contrast, Premier Bush and his  UDP government will launch a campaign against the referendum. Caymanians  can expect the premier to […]

What’s the value when it’s free

By Paul Gowan ( Free advice is worth exactly what you paid for it: nothing.  But is that true? If I recommend a technique to help your high-end system sound better and it works for you, what was that worth?  What you paid for that advice – which was nothing? I struggle with the idea […]

Letter to the Editor 7 April 2012

INEQUALITY again. The Peoples-initiated Referendum needs a majority of all registered voters to pass but the political party government’s referendum on the constitution needed only a majority of the voters who actually vote! So, in a politicians’ referendum in which say 40% of registered voters actually vote, a referendum would pass by 21% of registered […]