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3 burglaries Monday (22) and man charged with robbery tries to escape

From RCIPS Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 10:39 AM Monday 22nd December 2014, Detectives from George Town – CID are investigating three burglaries over a 2 hour period on Bel Air Drive, South Sound. The first call was received 1:38pm, where a home was broken into and watches stolen. At 1:57pm the second burglary occurred at […]

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Man killed and second hurt in Sheffield [UK] as gunman fires at car From BBC Emergency workers at the scene of the double shooting on Derek Dooley Way, Sheffield Derek Dooley Way in Sheffield was cordoned off to allow investigations to take place A man was shot dead and another was injured when gunman opened […]

The Cayman National Cultural Foundation takes this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas!

We’ve had a busy season with the theatre productions Rundown and Fat Chance, Come Back Home featuring the Cayman Islands Folk Singers, and the International Storytelling Festival, GIMISTORY. Let’s not forget our creative kids programmes including Butterfield/CNCF Young at Arts Summer Intensive, Summer Arts Camp – ‘Fun & Games!’ and Young Image Makers Short Film […]

Bahamas wins bid to host 2017 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup

First time in history the Caribbean region hosts a senior FIFA tournament MIAMI (Friday, December 19, 2014) — The Bahamas Football Association (BFA) was selected by the FIFA Executive Committee at its meeting today in Marrakech, Morocco, as host the 2017 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. This marks an important landmark in the history of […]

Spreading holiday cheer: Peace on Earth

From ecochiccayman            · Compassion is always in fashion, Tree Hugger, Ocean Lover. Cayman Islands This morning’s post was all about Spreading Christmas Cheer: Goodwill to all. In addition, I would like to raise awareness for some amazing environmental organizations both local and international. In the words of Margaret Mead, “Never doubt that a small group […]

Cayman Football steps up first aid and anti-abuse training

12 December, 2014 – Local football coaches, administrators and volunteers were recently certified in First Aid, with the objective of ensuring that adequately trained personnel from each club are present at Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) matches. The initiative began in September 2014 with two planned First Aid, CPR, and AED training sessions sponsored by […]

Start the New Year with HBO’S exclusive January movie lineup in the Caribbean

Miami, FL – December 19, 2014 – HBO announces its exclusive movie premieres for the month of January, each premiering on Saturdays at 21:00hrs. AST* in the Caribbean. Directed by Robert Luketic, Paranoia (Saturday, January 3rd) is an American thriller based on the 2004 novel by Joseph Finder. Adam Cassidy (Liam Hemsworth) gets a job […]

Tesla seeks sanctions after dousing car-fire suit

By Marisa Kendall, From The Recorder SAN FRANCISCO — Lawyers for Tesla Motors Inc. are seeking sanctions against two plaintiffs firms after a federal judge found a securities lawsuit they filed against the luxury car company “utterly failed” to plead an actionable claim. The plaintiffs lawyers with Pomerantz and Glancy Binkow & Goldberg accused Tesla […]

Should the Caribbean now insist for changes to Cuban civil society?

By Michael Edghill, Political Correspondent From AMG The depth of bilateral relations between the US and Cuba will only go so far if the Cuban government does not push for a more free, civil society Since January of 1961, the United States has not had diplomatic ties with Cuba. And as of December 17, 2014, […]

Different strokes in race for Commonwealth secretary general

By Rickey Singh From Jamaica Observer SCOTLAND… Dominica’s nominee for secretary general. SANDERS…exited the race. TEWARIE…has Trinidad and Tobago’s support. MASIRE-MWAMBE… new likely successor to the outgoing THE Caribbean Community’s failure to reach a consensus on a candidate for the post of secretary general of the 54-member Commonwealth could prove a blessing for Africa, in […]