October 24, 2021

Lisa and choir hit the right notes

International soprano Lisa Carlisle was in good voice when she helped the choir from Grace Academy. The Welsh-born opera star gave some valuable tips to youngsters during a specialist workshop held at John Gray Memorial United Church. Ms Carlisle is in town to perform at Camana Bay Arts and Recreation Centre tomorrow night. The concert, […]

Time for revenge

There is nothing to stop the Caymanian’s from seeking revenge against Suriname. At their pre-match press briefing, representatives and players of the Cayman Island’s National Senior Men’s Football team made it abundantly clear that they are ready for tonight’s match. Technical Director and Head Coach, Carl Brown, says that despite less than ideal situations in […]

Golding makes constitutional amendments

Jamaica’s Prime Minister has confessed that the handling of the Christopher “Dudus” Coke extradition has maimed the image of his party. Hon. Mr. Golding recently stepped down as the leader of the Jamaica Labour Party in light of his links to the West Kingston strongman. Dudus’ transferal to the US authorities, on gun and drug […]

Ghett Out stirs Lion Centre into frenzy

Nothing could prepare first time viewers for Ghett Out. The Lion Centre audience screamed wildly, gyrated, laughed and waved at the very first sight of Keith Ramsey also known as “Shebada”. Dressed up in old, raggedy, boxer-like, short trousers, a tight fitting, green T-shirt and a woman’s headband. The bare footed Shebada stepped out, igniting […]

Sixth trophy win for Hellcats

The West Bay “Hellcats” left nothing to chance as they breathed fire on the “Cox Colts,” in a thrilling championship playoff. Spectators crammed the Ed Bush Playing Field’s mini stadium to witness both teams battle for supremacy in the finals of the Island Air Flag Football Tournament. After a 6-6 tie at halftime, Hellcats returned […]

GUILTY OF MURDER: Ebanks jailed for life for Tyrone Burrell shooting

Leonard Antonio Ebanks was yesterday jailed for life after he was convicted of the murder of Tyrone Burrell. After the verdict, Ebanks jumped to feet and demanded to be heard in court. He said: “Today I am going to quote the words of the Police Commissioner because today is a grave day for justice in […]

Ghett Out – Shebada’s in town!

He’s loud, proud and very, very controversial. And now Jamaican comedian and actor Shebada is coming to Cayman. Famed for his eccentric behaviour and larger than life characters, Shebada, real name Keith Ramsey, will be playing to a packed audience at the Lion’s Centre on Sunday. Speaking to iNews Shebada said of his show Ghett […]

Sybil really is a true hero

Cayman’s own National Hero Mrs. Sybil McLaughlin is the only woman in the world who can claim to be the first female speaker of the house in the Caribbean. The veteran public servant is revered as being one of the Island’s most astute, seasoned, dynamic and accomplished parliamentarians. The dynamism and precedence of her contribution […]

Hellcats defeat Soldiers in semi-final

The West Bay Hellcats defeated the Calabash Soldiers 12-6, in a gruelling semi-final battle at Ed Bush Field. It took a nail biting, last minute overtime play to separate the two teams in the Island Air Flag Football League. The Soldiers failed to capitalise on a play awarded to them in extra time and saw […]

‘I don’t have the answers’, says Premier

At a recent prayer meeting organised by the Cayman Believer’s Women Ministries, Premier McKeeva Bush, conceded that he does not have the answers for the recent spate in murders on the Island. Mr. Bush advised against finger pointing and calls on the nation to seek God. During his address to the residents of his community, […]