June 12, 2021

Leo Club of Grand Cayman lends a hand

Miss Teen Cayman Islands 2011 contestants and the Leo Club of Grand Cayman, joined forces to give their support to the National Council of Voluntary Organisation (NCVO) by helping paint Miss Nadine’s Pre-School. Through the years, NCVO and the Leo Club of Grand Cayman have worked together to uplift the classrooms of Miss Nadine’s Pre-School. […]


Ivy Lichtenstein     What does it take for a woman to succeed in a male dominated industry?  For the first part of our new iWoman section iNews speaks to Angelique Howell about her achievements in the RCIPS, balancing her family life with her career and the struggles she has faced along the way.   […]

Chamber motivates staff

Nine participants completed training on August 18, 2011 by participating in a one-day course entitled ‘Motivating Your Staff’. The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce’s Professional Development & Training Centre (PD&TC) aims at providing skills that will help employees perform at their best. Against the background of recent shifts in the global economy with regards to […]

iCommunity events

PASSPORT2SUCCESS: Caymanians ages 17-20 are invited to apply for the next training session, which starts early September. Apply by visiting passport2success.ky/apply and either fill in or download an application form. Paper form are available from the Wellness Center, Unit D5 at Cayman Business Park. Completed form may be submitted to [email protected] or mailed to Passport2Success, […]

All Set for School

In preparation for the 2011-12 school year, public schools in the Cayman Islands are welcoming new students to their campuses with orientation days.  The dates and times are shown in the table below. School Date Time PRIMARY SCHOOLS Bodden Town Primary School Monday 29 August, 2011 6:00 p.m. East End Primary School Thursday 25 August, […]

Red Carpet for New Teachers

A slate of new teachers were welcomed into the public education service during a special reception and orientation session yesterday (Tuesday, 23 August). Top officials welcomed the 29 educators, one of the largest tranches, who are assigned to primary and high schools throughout the Cayman Islands. They were treated to informative presentations and offered gifts […]

Cayman Outreach Association

“The Dream Lives,” was Dr. Medina Pullings’ message at the Cayman Outreach Association’s Monthly dinner at the Triple C School Hall. The international Christian conference speaker and pastor told dinner guests to cherish and protect their God-given dreams, using the bible story of Joseph as an example. A God-given dream or vision could have great […]

Community light a candle for Karen

Tomorrow a Candlelight Vigil will be held in memory of the late Karen Edwards and her unborn child. Ms. Edwards was tragically taken in a car crash on Sea View Road in East End just after 7pm on Sunday August 14th. Karen, 24, was the mother of a 1-year-old girl, a 3-year-old boy and just […]

Toastmasters tackle Glossophobia

The Grand Cayman Toastmasters Club meets on Thursday nights at the Chamber of Commerce offices in Governor’s Square. It aims to train members in all the skills associated with public speaking. Advanced Toastmaster Annick Jackman introduced the evening’s activities – a series of speeches from members, followed by a process of assessment and critiquing by […]

“Labour of Love” astronomical telescope finds a home at the UCCI

It was ten years ago that retired surgeon and Rotarian William (‘Bill’) Hrudey began work in his garage on a lifetime dream, building a 12” diameter reflecting astronomical telescope. “It’s been a labour of love,” he said. After, around three years of painstaking work, the completed telescope stood in his garage in West Bay. That […]