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  • Cayman: Police Investigate Armed Robbery in George Town 
    From RCIPS On Saturday, 25 May, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched officers to a report of an armed robbery in a parking lot on Rock Hole Road, George Town. Two persons were at the location […]
  • Statement: Deferral of UK/OT Strategy Pending UK General Election
    Cayman Islands Premier Hon. Juliana O’Connor-Connolly The United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office today (Friday, 22 May) informed all Overseas Territories Heads of Government […]
  • Cayman Police Investigate Sudden Death Incident in West Bay
    From RCIPS Just before 7:15AM yesterday, 23 May, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communications Centre to a residence located in the Governor’s Harbour area of West […]
  • Cayman Premier Attends High Level Meetings in UK
     Representatives of the Cayman Islands and UK Governments during high level meetings attended by Premier Hon. Juliana O’Connor-Connolly in the UK this week. Premier Hon. Juliana O’Connor-Connolly is […]
  • PlanCayman: Advancing the Vision Through Community Engagement
    George Town, Grand Cayman 20th May, 2024. As part of the ongoing commitment to transparent and inclusive planning, the Central Planning Authority (CPA), in collaboration with the Ministry of […]

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More colour! More pages! Web changes!

I am very proud to announce that from yesterday, our newspaper went from 28 pages to 32 pages and it’s permanent! From now on only eight pages will be in black and white. We are now publishing iNews Cayman with…

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“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…

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Slanting iNews editorials

Slanting a news story to your own personal bias is not a new trend. Michael Moore, the infamous USA filmmaker, author and liberal political commentator, in a presentation I was at some years ago in Vegas boasts about it. The…

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Taxing time for those with US links

Tax lawyers have warned that an end-of-month deadline could place thousands of people in the Cayman Islands in legal jeopardy with US authorities for failing to report local bank accounts. Under new US tax requirements, anyone with an income from…

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NO BODY FOUND: Cops say BBM rumours are just malicious

Rumours that the body of missing doctor’s assistant, Kerran Baker, has been found, have been dismissed by the police. BBM’s, text messages, and telephones calls, claiming that the police have found the missing woman is complicating matters and hurting family…

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Treasure’s jewel in the crown

Caymanite artist Horacio Esteban’s work is now on show in the lobby of Treasure Island. The spectacular earthy colours of the semi-precious sculptures can be seen throughout his work and also in the hand made jewellery that is available to…

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Koozies: Keep your drink at the right temperature

Do you know what koozies are? The name is interesting, the thing is interesting and the use is interesting. Koozies is not only an interesting name itself but has some more interesting synonyms like kuzzie, kuzzies, coozie and coozies or…

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Musicians’ Showcase helps wildlife at Camana Bay

Local musicians Natasha Kozaily, The E-Z Street Band, Sea ‘N’ B and photographer Aston Ebanks helped raise money for Cayman Wildlife Rescue (CWR) at the Musicians’ Showcase at Camana Bay. The Musicians’ Showcase is a once-a-month event organised by Oneworld…

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No gambling debts in Kerran Baker case.

Any suggestion that Miss Kerran Baker, who has now been missing for two weeks, had gambling debts, or that the police has reasons to conduct rapid arrests, was refuted during a police press briefing. In his response Detective Superintendent Marlon…

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Where Were You?

Alan Jackson, one of America’s top country music artists wrote a song entitled “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)?” in November 2001. It was written in the wake of the September 11th suicide attacks by al-Qaeda on the…