May 28, 2023

Cayman Islands Yellow Pages helps hungry children

Having recently celebrated the beginning of a new year with parties and families and friends we should not forget the hundreds of children in the Cayman Islands who faced hunger last year and will continue to do so in 2012. In an effort to support the continuing work of the foundation and enable Feed our […]

Alamo Rent A Car, National Car Rental brands begin Cayman Islands operations

Enterprise Holdings is licensing the use of its Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental brands to Eurocar Rentals Limited for a new dual-branded car rental location at the Owen Roberts International Airport in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. The Grand Cayman Alamo and National rental location recently opened in February 2012 to serve customers […]

Love was in the air during Valentine’s mile

It may have been a bit premature,but love was definitely in the air around Grand Harbour on Sunday afternoon, 12 February. Cupid was not scheduled to shoot his arrows for another two days, but participants in the Valentine’s Mile were more interested in the spirit of celebration that surrounded the event than to the actual […]

Memorial walk raises scholarship funds for International College

Students, alumni, faculty and community members turned out for the 11th annual Hugh Cummings Memorial Run/Walk last weekend to raise money for the scholarship fund at the International College of the Cayman Islands. Raising more than $3,000, some 50 runners and walkers showed up before sunrise at the campus in Newlands-Savannah and headed toward the […]

MPs launch bid to “close” Cayman

A group of 27 British MPs have launched a motion to “close“ the Cayman Islands, calling it ‘a tax haven” and “a disgrace” that is “fuelling the world economic crisis”, and reducing living standards. Primary mover of the “Early Day Motion” (EDM) John Cryer has been joined by five fellow sponsors, asking London “to introduce […]

New head of Family Resource Centre

The Ministry of Community Affairs, Gender and Housing appointed Miriam Foster as the Family Resource Centre’s (FRC) Programme Coordinator earlier this month (1 February). Six years ago, Ms Foster joined the then Women’s Resource Centre (WRC) as an Administration Intake Officer. In 2009, WRC joined the National Parenting Programme (NPP) and the Young Parents Programme […]

Call for radical election shake-up

The electoral map of Grand Cayman will be entirely redrawn, with its six residential districts subdivided into 16 distinct voting areas, each sending its own representative to the
 Legislative Assembly. Under the “one man-one vote” regime advocated yesterday by North Side independent Ezzard Miller and East End MLA Arden McLean, Cayman’s electoral boundaries would be […]

Up, up and away for 100 days of school!

Colourful balloons, costumes, happy children – all celebrating the number of days spent in school. Can that be right? Yes! If the number is 100 and the school is North Side Primary, where on last week the whole school participated in the 100 day celebration. The morning started with a 100 day assembly. During the […]

Kids tidy up at Miss Lassie’s

Around 20 students, teachers and parents from George Town Primary School’s Year Two got together to help clean up Miss Lassie’s House at South Sound. The kids learned all about visionary painter the late Gladwyn Bush, better known as Miss Lassie, and why it is important to preserve Cayman culture for future generations. The students […]

Visitors held to score draw

Swindon Town were held to a 1-1 draw when they faced a West Bay select team as part of their tour of Cayman. Local favourite Sebastian Martinez (in red left)  – who has signed an 18-month contract with the English side – came on at half-time for the visitors. At a packed Ed Bush Field […]