July 4, 2022

My son said Jeremiah is sleeping

In dramatic and tearful testimony yesterday, Andy Barnes, father of 4-year-old Jeremiah, told the Grand Court how Devon Anglin had shot his son through the eye, killing him as he left the Hell Road Esso station. The testimony came on the second day of a three-week trial in which Mr Anglin stands accused of five […]

CARNAGE ON THE ROADS: Pregnant woman And unborn child Killed in car smash

A pregnant woman and her unborn child have died following a car crash in East End. Karen Edwards was thrown from the mangled wreckage during the smash and rushed to Cayman Islands Hospital. She was pronounced dead on arrival and despite the best efforts of surgeons they were unable to save the child’s life. Two […]

Waste plan is rubbish say residents

Bodden Town residents have outlined fears of leakage, smell and uncontrolled growth at the proposed 110-acre Dart Realty- Cayman Islands government waste-management complex, scheduled for construction near Breakers. Details of the project were unveiled at a Thursday night, Bodden Town Civic Centre meeting, where Premier McKeeva Bush and most of the United Democratic Party leadership […]

GUNNED DOWN: Jeremiah shot dead trial hears

Devon Anglin shot dead four year old Jeremiah Barnes at point-blank range, narrowly missing intended target, father Andrew Barnes, as he drove away from a West Bay petrol station, prosecutors told the Grand Court on Friday. Opening a three-week murder trial before Justice Cooke, prosecutors spun a graphic and grisly tale of the February shooting […]

Police reveal BBM disappointment

Police are “very disappointed” at the public response to their appeals for information about BBM exchanges with Kerran Baker, missing more than two weeks, saying many people had contacted her prior to her disappearance. “She was a very heavy BBM user,” said Detective Superintendent Marlon Bodden on Friday. “We’ve been sitting here for 11 days […]

Robbers strike again in George Town

The owner of the auto store that was the latest victim of armed robbery says there are a number of factors as to why the current crime rate is so high. Keith Parker says although Thursday’s robbery at his store on Eastern Avenue wasn’t the first theft, it was the first time a gun was […]

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 […]

National Archive building renamed to honour “True Caymanian”

The Cayman Islands National Archive building was renamed the Dr. Philip E. Pedley National Archive Building recently at a special service held outside the building in George Town. Dr. Pedley, who passed away in May 2010 after a battle with cancer, came to the Cayman Islands from England in 1971. He played a lead role […]

Car crash plunges Cayman into darkness

A minor car crash brought chaos to Cayman and caused an almost island wide power black out. Two cars collided on Sparky Drive just after 9pm on Thursday night. Although the driver and passenger of one car had to be cut free from the mangled wreckage, their injuries were not serious. But his Ford Ranger […]

Talent pays big bucks in the Cayman Islands

It is happening again. A show, which is fast becoming an integral part of the entertainment calendar in the Cayman Islands, Cayman’s Got Talent. Just when it appeared as if the entertainment scene had nothing more to offer, Nolly Brown, CEO of Nolly Brown Entertainment, surprised the public with the search for talented individuals in […]