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Archives for December 8, 2019

Scottish whisky company sells a rare bottle to a collector in the Cayman Islands for a record price

Glen Flagler, a premium Scottish whisky brand, recently sold at auction a very rare collectible bottle to a whisky collector. The collector, we have been informed, resides in the Cayman Islands. The price paid for this bottle of Scotch was $134,000. This is a Caribbean record. This was in the same month that Scottish whisky auctions hit […]

Cayman: 3 new cases of dengue – total 26

Dengue Update as of 06 December 2019 ·         Since the last update on November 22, 2019, 20 additional results have been received from the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) confirming three new cases of dengue in the Cayman Islands. ·         These three new cases had no travel history, which suggests that these persons acquired dengue within the Cayman Islands. ·         This brings the total number […]

News Briefs & Community Events

DCI – Office Closures and Board Meeting Dates to 2020 The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) wishes to advise the public of its upcoming office opening hours and board meeting dates in Grand Cayman: Office Closures: Friday, 13 December – Offices closed at noon for staff function Monday, 16 December – Office closed at […]

Cayman: Public’s input sought on Constitutional reforms

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – The people of the Cayman Islands have an opportunity to examine the contents of the package of Constitutional reforms and offer Government their feedback. While the content of the package of reforms have been agreed by the United Kingdom, the Cayman Islands Government and the Opposition, both the Government and […]

The Publisher speaks: My Tribute

MY TRIBUTE – TO MY SON, NIGEL By Joan (Phillips) Evangeline Wilson STEPHEN NIGEL PHILLIPS, my second child, born in England, 25th August, 1958. Top Artist, Musician, Electrician (the tidiest one on Earth), Swimmer, Tennis Player, Pianist. Nigel was a friend to all, especially the less fortunate. He was a Father to a beautiful daughter, […]

Cayman: Receiving packages this holiday season? Avoid delays when using a Courier or Customs Broker Service

Customs and Border Control Service (CBC), would like to inform the public of ways to ensure packages are received and released in time for the holiday season. Do you know that 40% of couriered imports do not have the required invoices, and this leads to delays in receiving them? To help avoid delays, CBC requires […]

Cayman: November Funerals 2019

Anya-Tamara (Tibbetts) Orlandini                          – 4 Nov 2019   Prospect Faith Hazel (Nickelson) Christian         4 Apr 1923 – 8 Nov 2019   Creek Zelma Lee Carlene (Merren) Watler      26 Jul 1936 – 10 Nov 2019 Leathan Lindberg Martin     20 Oct […]

Cayman: National Gallery News and Events!

From National Gallery of the Cayman Islands

Cayman: Local students represent the National Trust at Climate Change Conference

05, December 2019 -Three young students from the Cayman Islands will be attending the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference COP25, taking place on December 2-13 in Madrid, Spain. The students will be part of an International National Trust Organization (INTO) delegation that will draw attention to the importance of heritage conservation when meeting the […]

Cayman: CBC Cocaine and Ganja seizure

The Customs & Border Control Service (CBC) would like to announce that on the 1st December 2019 a 27 year old Caymanian female was arrested at the Owen Roberts International Airport on suspicion of importing cocaine on a flight from our Sister Islands. A 44 year old Caymanian male was subsequently arrested in connection with this […]