December 6, 2021

Spirits down as hours extensions rejected

The owners of three liquor stores in Cayman say their business is in a perilous state after an application to extend their opening hours was rejected.   Reflections Liquor 4 Less has three outlets in George Town that currently stay open until 7pm.   Brothers Prentice and Stanley Panton applied to the Licensing Committee to […]

Elite awards the footballing elite

Elite Sports Club of West Bay scored a major win with its 2011 Awards Banquet at the Sir John A Cumber Primary School. The club’s leading players and coaches were honored in the presence of numerous supporters. Coaches Tiger Wilson, Martha Godet, William Medina, Gregory Ebanks, and Marcus Cumber received acknowledgement for their contribution to […]

Duke of Edinburgh awards signal good work for West Bay

A ray of hope shines from the community of West Bay, as a positive youth group continues to cultivate values and attitude. Despite adversities in and around the district, a group of about 40 young people have committed themselves to being exemplary citizens of the West Bay community. The adolescents are part of the Duke […]

Losing one of your breasts is not the end of the world, says cancer survivors

Three brave women are out on a mission to help mastectomy patients deal with the fear of removing their breasts due to cancer. Naomi Fazio, Amica Scott and Myrna Gregson (pictured above) are all wearing their breast prosthesis, a silicone imitation of a woman’s breast inside their bras. The group unanimously agreed to tell their […]

Shanice plays with a Samba beat

Football freestyler Shanice Monteith really turns heads when she gets a ball at her feet. For the teenager dazzles crowds with her amazing ball-skills that would put many professionals to shame. The art of freestyling may be more akin to the streets of Brazil where the skills of the beautiful game have been honed. But […]

Calabash clobber Hammerheads

The Calabash Soldiers spared no ammunition while thrashing the Hammerhead Pirates at the Ed Bush Field. From the start of the game the “Soldiers” established their presence with deft passes and tactical plays, which would later prove to be their winning formula. The elusive techniques of star player, Glen Duran, were devastating to the Pirates’ […]

Local workers start Dart project

The long awaited redevelopment of the old Courtyard Marriott Hotel is finally underway. The reopening of the Marriott forms part of a massive multi-million dollar development agreement between real estate mogul, Mr. Kenneth Dart and the Cayman Islands Government. The pre-redevelopment phase, comprising the stripping of the interior dry walls of the hotel’s interior partitions, […]

Victim’s sister faints after murder

Two murders in two days was just too much for many to handle. As the shocking news of yet another gangland execution reached the people of West Bay, it was clear emotions were running high. As crowds gathered at the scene of this latest crime, some people began to faint. One woman who hit the […]

Manchester sides draw in openers

Manchester United and City failed to win in their opening matches of the Champions League – with the pair coming from behind to both draw 1-1. A goal from the evergreen Ryan Giggs earned a point for the Reds in Benfica while an Aleksandar Kolarov’s free kick saw the Blues also secure a point. But […]

National Healthcare Conference announced

Officials from the government and the Health Services Authority met at the Ritz Carlton Hotel for the pre-launching of the National Healthcare Conference 20/20. The official launching of this year’s conference will also be held at the Ritz Carlton and will run from the 17-19 November 2011. The Conference will be free to the general […]