June 29, 2022

Cayman’s Ebanks signs with Fort Lauderdale

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida – The Fort Lauderdale Strikers announced Friday the signing of Cayman Islands international Mark Ebanks for the remainder of the season. The forward joins the North American Soccer League (NASL) club from Cayman’s Elite SC.  He will be evaluated by the team for future considerations within the Strikers organization and other teams […]

Cayman Cookout is cooking just around the corner

The Caribbean’s premier epicurean event is just around the corner. January 16th -19th are the dates. Join Chef Eric Ripert for a weekend celebrating food, wine and the natural beauty of the Caribbean at The Ritz-Carlton, a premier Grand Cayman Island resort. An incomparable roster of world famous chefs, wine experts and spirits blenders will […]

UK affidavits to cease – police clearance certificates only acceptable

New UK Police-Clearance Rules As of 1 January, 2014, affidavits will no longer be accepted from United Kingdom (UK) citizens, in lieu of police clearance certificates. A new, comprehensive records system now allows for police certificates to be obtained quickly. The Association of Chief Police Officers, the UK’s Criminal Records Office, coordinates and manages all […]

Regional Strategy for the control of invasive lionfish in the wider Caribbean

From CIASNET The Regional Lionfish Committee, also known as Ad Hoc Committee for the Caribbean Regional Response to Lionfish Invasion, was established in November 2010 by the International Coral Reef Initiative1 (ICRI) in response to the growing threat caused by the invasion of the lionfish (Pterois volitans and P. miles) in the Wider Caribbean. The […]

Phillips: FIFA, CONCACAF happy with TTFA

From Trinidad Express Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) general secretary Sheldon Phillips returned from the Cayman Islands yesterday feeling assured that the hierarchy of CONCACAF is pleased with the direction in which the TTFA has been heading in since President Raymond Tim Kee took the top post late last year. Both Phillips and Tim […]

“Free Standing Injunctions”

Cyprus: Do Cyprus Courts Have Jurisdiction To Issue The So Called “Free Standing Injunctions” In Aid Of Foreign Court Proceedings Pending Outside EU? Article by Soteris Pittas Soteris, Pittas & Co LLC Pursuant to Section 31 of the EU Regulation 44/2001 (the “Regulation”), Cyprus Courts have jurisdiction to issue free standing injunctions (i.e. injunctions issued […]

Sponsor Federico and help NCVO

The NCVO annual radio/telephon is Saturday, November 2 at 7:00pm at the Prospect Playhouse, Grand Cayman. Message from Federico Vallarino: As many of you already know I am taking part in the Cayman Islands Olympic distance triathlon on November 3rd. If any of you would like to sponsor me for the race I will be […]

The Lemon Run – Cayman Islands Style

From Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation – The Childhood Cancer Blog Aah, The Lemon Run…temperatures in the mid 80’s, tropical views, the smell of the ocean…it doesn’t quite sound like a November day in Philadelphia does it? That’s because this is what virtual Lemon Run participant Danielle Cococcia will be experiencing on November 10 in her […]

A tale of two markets

Appleby Partner Julian Black and Appleby Senior Associate James Kinsley outline the differences between the European and U.S. CLO markets and what the future holds in the light of increasing regulation and economic recovery in the Western World. Confidence slipping in Europe The first half of 2013 saw optimism in the European CLO market, as […]

News from the National Gallery

About Us Established in 1996, the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) is a vibrant arts organisation that seeks to fulfil its mission through exhibitions, artist residencies, education/outreach programmes, and research projects. The NGCI operates in both a local and global arena. As part of our mission to “promote and encourage the appreciation and […]