October 22, 2018

Cayman Islands September 2018 funerals

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Rhonda Lue Ebanks        – 19 Sep 2018   Garden of Eden Rose Vernice Ebanks        – 26 Sep 2018    West Bay Hafford Duel Rivers           – 28 Sep 2018   Boatswain Bay Jacqueline O Jackson Newball – 28 Sep 2018 Oswald Barrington Charles Gregory   22 Sep 1953  – 2 Sep 2018   Prospect Hebe Georgiana McKenzie      16 Sep 1917 – 10 […]

Best walking and hiking tours

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8 Best walking and hiking tours across the world By Ashyln Molly From Travel Blissful Many millennials today are going back to the basics – closer to nature and being active. You can go for everything from massages to spa to yoga classes to MMA training sessions. However, old remains gold as walking and hiking […]

The Editor Speaks: Literacy

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On Saturday September 8th we celebrate International Literacy Day. In today’s iNews Cayman we have published a number of articles concerning literacy including the persons who are at the centre of literacy, our teachers. Our Minister for Education, Hon. Juliana O’Connor-Connolly has sent us her Message on Literacy Day where she states: “In order to […]

Miss Universe GB: First black winner Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers on ‘great achievement’

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By Gena-mour Barrett From BBC The first black woman to be crowned Miss Universe Great Britain in the pageant’s 66-year history has called it “a great achievement”. Dee-Ann Kentish Rogers, who’s also a competitive athlete and recently passed her exams to be a barrister, says the massive response to the fact she’s a black woman […]

Cayman Islands: CayFilm 2018 played to a Full House

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Last Friday (June 29) crowds gathered at the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman ballroom to attend a smaller scale 2018 CayFilm Cayman International Film Festival. Earlier in the year, Festival Director Tony Mark, had announced CayFilm was cancelled. Then this month he announced the show would go on in a very much watered down format. Mark said, […]

The Editor Speaks: Why we should be proud of our Coat of Arms

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Yesterday (Mon 4), saw the beginning of the “Celebrate Cayman” 60 years celebration of the Cayman Islands Coat of Arms. Captain Owen Farrington, a Vestryman who was serving in office when the Cayman Islands was granted its own coat of arms in 1958, unveiled the new replacement warrant, which recently arrived from the United Kingdom. […]

Destinations of the week 8

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100 under-the-radar beaches everyone should visit in their lifetime Part 8 By Alison Millington From Business Insider Whether you’ve only spent a handful of days on the sand in your life or you’re a full-blown sunseeker, there are plenty of breathtaking beaches on this planet waiting to be discovered. And, whether you look for a […]

Cricket: Players gave their all for Caribbean fans, says Windies coach

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From Jamaica Observer HARARE, Zimbabwe (CMC) — Head coach Stuart Law has dedicated West Indies’ successful World Cup qualification to Caribbean fans, and said they had been had the forefront of the players minds throughout the tournament. The Caribbean side ensured their place at the 2019 showpiece in England next year by edging Scotland by […]

Storm Emma: UK snow could reach 50cm as conditions worsen

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From BBC Parts of the UK are braced for up to 50cm of snow, as Storm Emma brings worsening conditions. A highly unusual red weather warning for snow is in force for south-west England and south Wales until the early hours of Friday. UK roads, railways and airports have been severely hit by snow for […]

TripAdvisor names Cayman Islands’ Seven Mile Beach 5 in the world

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By Kristina Tyler From Alive For Football And an idyllic beach in Scotland came in second place – just behind Bournemouth beach in Dorset. Clearwater Beach was the only USA entry on the world list this year. Grace Bay in Turks and Caicos topped the list with competing beaches in Brazil, Cuba and Aruba also […]