June 4, 2023

Cayman Islands hospital upgrades MRI service

As a result of a public private partnership, the George Town’s hospital’s MRI services have been temporarily upgraded with the installation of a 1.5 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). This is only the first step however, of a two-step process that will place a 3.0 Tesla MRI at the Hospital within one year. This will […]

New $10 Banknote in Circulation

(Grand Cayman – Thursday, 12 July 2012) The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) will introduce into circulation the redesigned, and security enhanced, $10 D Series banknote commencing the week of July 16th, 2012. The new $10 note is predominately red with violet and dark grey highlights and a yellow-green centre. It bears images of crabs […]

Major water pipeline for George Town

This Sunday (15) sees the commencement of a major upgrade to the water supply pipeline on Shedden Road in George Town, says the Water Authority (WA). Large sections of Shedden Road will be closed to traffic at night and WA said their crews will be starting the work between Dr Roys Drive and Harbour Drive […]

The worst financial scandal yet?

Further to our stories concerning Barclays Bank and its manipulation of Libor resulting in the resignation of its head man Bob Diamond and its huge fine of  290 million pounds sterling, we publish part of one new article and the whole of the other, both pertinent to Libor manipulation. The first is from The Market […]

Ryan Calling the Shots, Harry’s Slinging Meatball Sliders at 2nd Annual Soul Fest at The Stage

Our good friends and neighbours at The Stage have invited us to participate in Soul Fest for the second consecutive summer, and this time Ryan’s got some shots lined up, which he previewed for me here in Grand Cayman this morning, and Harry’s is serving the menu! Miami’s top live music venue is revisiting its homage […]

CONCACAF Executive Committee to meet this week In the Cayman Islands

Jeffrey Webb, FIFA Vice President and President of the Confederation of North Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), will be hosting a CONCACAF executive committee meeting and strategic retreat July 12-15 on Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.The purpose of the gathering is to focus on the objectives, vision, structure, and governance of CONCACAF, with emphasis […]

A Former UCCI Professor Returns to Cayman to Share His Latest Work

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (July 10, 2012): After teaching English and Fiction Writing at the University College of the Cayman Islands, heading the Caribbean Reading Club at Books & Books, and hosting a number of writers’ workshops at the Camana Bay bookstore, Keith Jardim left Grand Cayman in the summer of 2010 to pursue education […]

Immigration Opinions Sought

“How have the recent changes in Department of Immigration procedures affected you personally, and in the workplace – and how can they be improved?” That is the concept behind the Immigration Customer Service Satisfaction Survey 2012, which is now being circulated. The survey questionnaire was launched this week, and residents have until Monday, 23 July, […]


by Georgina Wilcox The very first meeting called by the premier to “educate the public” about the One Man, One Vote” (OMOV) referendum was held in West Bay last Monday (9) evening. The “education” was a one way lesson in saying how he is against the OMOV concept and the “torrents of community division” in […]

Meet Leroy Jordan, 2012 Cayman Stingray Tourism Accommodations Employee of the Year

If you have been a guest of The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, you no doubt have met Leroy Jordan, who was the 2012 Cayman Stingray Tourism Award Accommodations Employee of the Year. Leroy first came to the Island in 2000, he started working as a Banquet Server at the Hyatt before he moved up to beach server […]