August 18, 2022

Belcher goals means Elite advantage

The Digicel Cup semifinals’ first leg brought to the crowd at The Annex two very competitive games which awarded wins to the best positioned teams in the Cayman Premier League. In the first match, Elite suffered a goal in the 21st minute but with a quick recover just eight minutes after, equalised in a penalty […]

Seven fingered ackee stuns Malcolm

Colbert Malcolm has seen plenty of ackee fruits in his life, but never one like the seven-seeder he found growing at Andy’s Rent-a-Car on West Bay Road, where he works. “Its most common to see one with three seeds, sometimes I’ve seen one with four seeds, but never like that- with seven,” he said. “I […]

Save Our Youth gets boost from Cayman National Bank

A special educational award programme being launched by the Save Our Youth Foundation was recently boosted with the generous support of Cayman National. The SOY Achievement Medallion Award Programme aims to recognize those students who work hard every day in school, show respect to their classmates and teachers, display community spirit and are positive role […]

[email protected] returns next month

The public is invited to attend the annual [email protected] event on Saturday 4th February.  [email protected] is the premier art festival held in the Cayman Islands, and is the gathering place for local emerging artists and traditional Caymanian artisans who wish to exhibit art work and demonstrate their skills in one exciting afternoon.  The event is […]

Family fun at Turtle Farm on Heroes Day

The Cayman Turtle Farm: Island Wildlife Encounter is once again hosting the highly anticipated annual Family Fun Day and Barbeque. In an effort to make the well known attraction accessible to as many residents as possible, the Farm is offering very special low pricing for the Fun Day – just CI$5 for adults and $2 […]

Gifted kids’ scholarship opportunity

A former John Gray High School Student, 26-year old Aubrey Bodden, came to speak to 16 and 17-year old students of the Gifted Cohort group at John Gray High School (JGHS) about the possibility of attending one of the United World Colleges on a full scholarship. The colleges select students from many different countries all over […]

Golden oldies night raises funds for Pines

A Golden Oldies dinner dance raised CI$500 for the Pines Retirement Home. Mauva Wilson, Chairperson of the St. Georges Anglican Church Outreach and Missions Committee, said, “We had a fundraising effort in October, a Golden Oldies dinner-dance and we decided to give the Pines part of the proceeds, to go towards buying medical equipment. Our […]

Heroes Day: Seven to receive cert. hon.

This year His Excellency the Governor, Mr Duncan Taylor, is delighted to be able to announce an additional group of Certificate and Badge of Honour recipients for Heroes Day. The theme for Heroes Day this year is education, and those being honoured are a group of teachers who have devoted many years to educating the […]

iNews “1/2” Year in Review: November 1 – 15

Protestors plan next move

West Bay’s Concerned Citizens Group will meet tonight to chart the next moves in their campaign to thwart closure of the road at Public Beach, rejecting charges by Premier McKeeva Bush of lying. This evening’s 7pm John Cumber School gathering will also look at a recently completed analysis of 4,185 signatures on a petition opposing […]