October 24, 2021

The Easter Song

Savannah United Church has again presented an outstanding Easter Cantata with cast and crew totalling over 70 people.  The wonderful event was filled with music, dance, singing and drama.  You could see that all the participants were enjoying themselves as much as the congregation. On Sunday, 13th of April, the Church was packed to overflowing. […]

The Editor Speaks: I am a number

We are all numbers. Our name is superfluous. Our passports, our credit cards, insurance, social security, etc. etc. all have our number. In a series in the United Kingdom called “the Prisoner” the central character was called Number 6. His name was not used. It had been erased. Number 6 was held prisoner in The […]

A King is Coming to Town

After the spectacular Cantata “ The Christmas Song” was presented by the Savannah United Church choir on Sunday 8th, I did not think that there could be anything else as enjoyable.  Well, I was wrong. On Sunday 15th, the Church was again filled to capacity as the Savannah Youth presented their Christmas Musical “A King […]

The Christmas Song

The Christmas Story may be ancient but its message is timeless and always relevant, as it brings a fresh wind of hope, peace and joy to our aching world.  From the angel’s appearance to Mary, and then Joseph, to the decree of the Census, the journey to Bethlehem, the wise men’s search and finding the […]

First armed raid in two weeks

A masked gang armed with a handgun terrified a member of staff at an electronics store – before fleeing with cash and expensive goods. The robbery – at Funky Tangs in Savannah – is the first armed raid in Cayman for almost a fortnight. The raid comes after RCIPS Commissioner David Baines linked the rise […]

Severe death threats to police in Jamaica

An ominous cloud is now looming over the sanctity of Jamaica’s security forces, following persistent death threats against its members. After warning members of the security forces to be on the lookout for attacks against them by criminal elements, the Police Commissioner, Owen Ellington, announced that there was a “high threat level” against the Island’s […]

Jamaica’s major electricity company now buying electricity

The Jamaica Public Service, JPS, Jamaica’s major light and power company, has been subject to unrelenting attacks from their consumers over the high costs of their electricity bills. But to combat this they have come up with a controversial twist. The company responsible for the generation and distribution of electricity for the tropical island is […]

No more garrisons says PM elect

Suspense is rapidly escalating as to whether Jamaica’s new Prime Minister to be, Andrew Holness will be assigned Member of Parliament, MP, for the Western Kingston constituency, hometown of the former area leader, Christopher “Dudus” Coke. If the incoming Prime Minister inherits the constituency, he could be charged with the responsibility of improving the rapport […]

GIVE THE TEAM CASH

Cayman Islands football team crashed to their third successive World Cup defeat, which dumped them out of the competition. And after the game Technical Director Carl Brown said unless the players start getting paid for their efforts, the team will not improve. A single second half goal gave Suriname victory in front of a 2,000 […]

Heartless thieves put lives at risk

Heartless thieves stole life-saving supplements during a raid at a charity. The nutrients were taken in a break-in at the Meals on Wheels centre in George Town. It put an elderly woman’s life in danger and staff at the centre faced a race against time to replace the vital items. In the end staff paid […]