October 19, 2019

The Editor Speaks: The oldest profession in the world

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Writer Rudyard Kipling started his 1888 book “ In Black and White“ with this sentence – “Lalun is a member of the most ancient profession in the world.” Lalun is a prostitute. One of our prospective contenders in last year’s May Election was accused by his wife of dating prostitutes! He did not get elected. […]

Poetry, singing, dancing

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iNews Cayman’s Publisher and Editor ‘wowed’ Cayman’s Senior Citizens on Boxing Day. Joan and Colin Wilson were the ‘headline’ act at the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman’s Annual Senior Citizens’ Boxing Day Christmas Party 2017. And the publicity of that did not stop the Party being one of their most attended. Not only did the […]

“Sistahs’ – laugh & cry

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SISTAHS TICKETS NOW ON SALE You’ll laugh until you cry! Performances are at the Prospect Playhouse on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 7th September to 23rd September, doors open at 6.30pm with Curtain at 7.30pm. Tickets for all performances are CI$25 for Adults and CI$15 for Students/Children. *This show has a PG-13 rating* Go to […]

Letter to the Editor

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What about the forgotten ex-pats? I am sure many of the ex pat voters are truly p***ed off. Without the financial guys who gambled their lives in coming here with nothing the island would have been nothing. The same people that started and ran the sports clubs. Many came and returned home and thus forgotten. […]

Major “Roddy” Watler remembered

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Today (Fridayy 3rd March) is the anniversary of Major Joseph Rodriquez ‘Roddy’ Watler who served as Inspector of Police (for 33 years), was light house keeper, foreman of public works, boarding officer of vessels, and warehouse keeper. He was appointed Officer in Charge of the Cayman Islands Company of The Jamaican Home Guard on 1st  October […]

EDITOR’S NOTICE

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Due to relocation over the next 10 days there may be some interruptions to the updating and number of new stories that will be uploaded. We apologise to our loyal readers but we assure you normal service will be resumed as soon as possible.   Colin Wilson and Colleen McGaw.