January 18, 2022

Cayman Cricketers start with a bang

The Caymanian U-15 cricketers dismissed five Bahamian batsmen before they could make a single run on Day 2 of their four-match tour. The fourteen-man squad who participated in the Americas U-15 Central Division Championship, in Nassau Bahamas, are dominating the event. Their combined fierce batting and conservative bowling created a punishing antidote for the Bahamians. […]

Bob’s songs should be in hymn books

The songs of music icon Bob Marley may soon be heard within the walls of the House of God. The Bishop of Kingston, the Right Reverend Robert Thompson, says Marley’s music should be in hymn books so the church can appeal to a wider audience. During a visit to Cayman, Bishop Thompson said it’s high […]

Cayman’s U-15 cricketers are off to the Bahamas

The Cayman Islands National U-15 Cricket team is in Nassau Bahamas on an all-important four-match tour. The squad of 14 boys will be accompanied by a delegation of Caymanian cricket officials and coaches. The main goal of the trip is to provide the young players with valuable experience for future competitions. The team will be […]

Dance Lab takes off at CNCF

The Cayman National Cultural Foundation, CNCF, commemorates and showcases the diversity of the Cayman Island’s Heritage and on Friday 12th, the foundation held a free night of fun and dance dubbed Dance Lab. The public were encouraged to join in the with the easy dance steps that got everyone grooving to the same tune. Dance […]

MEAN STREETS: Terrified granny says it was just like the movies

A 70 year old woman has relived the moment a callous gunman robbed her family store – firing his weapon wildly in the air as he did so. Eunice Seymour has worked behind the counter at Uncle Clem’s Meat and Grocery store in George Town for more than 30 years. But on Saturday night her […]

KENTUCKY FRIED TURKEYS! KFC raiders steal empty cash register

Clueless thieves held up Kentucky Fried Chicken… but snatched the wrong till! The armed robbers struck at the drive-through window of the fast food joint just after 10:30pm on Thursday. Two men wielding a handgun and a machete threatened a member of staff as he served a customer in his car. But they weren’t exactly […]

Nothing “fishy” about Barkers, insists Eugene

Veteran boat captain and MLA Eugene Ebanks insists he has no hidden agenda, and his proposals to have a hurricane safe harbour in Barkers was made with the best intentions. Other boat colleagues in the marine world are unhappy with his ideas to construct the site in West Bay. A safe harbour, or safe hole, […]


Office staff were evacuated from buildings in George Town yesterday after a bomb scare. The threat was made to the Cayman Islands Government’s Legal Department in the DMS Building on Genesis Close. Specially trained dogs were examining bushes close to the area. A spokesman for the RCIPS said: “Uniform Police, and officers of the K9 […]

Father tired of false Kerran claims

The father of missing Kerran Baker says he’s becoming emotionally drained because of the amount of calls he’s receiving claiming she has been found. Wilmot Anthony revealed he almost threw his phone away because he was called that often. Yesterday, Mr Anthony, his wife Sandra and daughter Toney-Ann, made a fresh appeal to the public […]

NO BODY FOUND: Cops say BBM rumours are just malicious

Rumours that the body of missing doctor’s assistant, Kerran Baker, has been found, have been dismissed by the police. BBM’s, text messages, and telephones calls, claiming that the police have found the missing woman is complicating matters and hurting family and friends, according to the police. And they  said that such false allegations are hampering […]