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Burglary arrest and Cayman Islands Operation Dasher

From RCIPS Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 11:06 AM Burglary Arrest Just after 5:00am Friday 19th December 2014, officers from George Town Police Station received a report via 911 of a burglary in progress at a bar on Seymour Road, George Town. On arrival officers saw two masked males, wearing dark clothing exiting the bar with […]

Treasure’s jewel in the crown

Caymanite artist Horacio Esteban’s work is now on show in the lobby of Treasure Island. The spectacular earthy colours of the semi-precious sculptures can be seen throughout his work and also in the hand made jewellery that is available to buy. As well as his unique pieces of art on display, the exhibit is also […]

Fraser brothers going for gold

Brothers Shaune and Brett Fraser prepare to head to London for the 2012 Olympics. The swimming pair are excited and looking forward to the challenge. This will be Shaune’s third Olympics and Brett’s (pictured above) second. The boys are ready and raring to go, they’ve already started training and both are confident that they’ll be […]

Today’s news, tomorrow’s kennel liners

Rotaract Blue Cayman Islands is at work in the community again. The month of July was all about their book drive, while this month they are focusing on a newspaper collection drive. Inspired by the fact that July is literacy month in the Rotaract calendar, the group took matters in their own hands and distributed […]

CABLE WARS: Hurley’s to join digital TV market

  A new internet, telephone and digital TV company is set to be launched in Cayman. The $20m project promises to cover 95% of the Island’s properties within two years time. Infinity Broadband Limited has signed a memorandum of understanding with a strategic partner to launch a triple play fiber optic network company. It will […]

St. George’s Jamaican Independence Service

St. George’s Anglican Church held their annual Jamaican Independence Day Service on Sunday at 9am. The morning started with the playing of Redemption Song as people arrived for the celebratory service and ended with the singing of the Jamaican National Anthem. The congregation welcomed the Jamaican Vice Consul to Cayman, Ms. Elaine Harris, the Honourary […]

COPS QUESTION EX: Former boyfriend questioned over missing Kerran

Poilce have questioned the ex-boyfriend of Kerran Natalee Baker in connection with her Saturday disappearance, as divers scour the area between Pedro Castle and East End. Toney-Ann Anthony, 18, Ms Baker’s sister, told iNews that her sister’s Cayman-based boyfriend was “obsessive, manipulative and apparently a liar,” repeatedly pestering the family, seeking to interfere in her […]

Snow white among the other turtles

Everything’s all white with this unique new arrival at the Turtle Farm. For the first time in three years an albino sea turtle has been born. And although the baby is too young to determine its sex, it still hasn’t been given a name. The turtle like all other Green Sea Turtle’s is fed a […]

Cayman U19 pipped at the post

Cayman Under 19 Girls’ rugby game against Jamaica was a tense affair.  Jamaica seemed to dominate the first half of the game collecting points continuously, leaving Cayman in the dirt. Kadjan Gayle gained the first three points for Jamaica on a penalty kick early in the game. Followed by Wendy Parchment getting a try and […]