February 21, 2024

The Editor speaks: “May” and “Could”

In a Press Release we received yesterday (14) from The Cayman Islands Ministry of District Administration, Tourism & Transport it addressed fears that the planned cruise berthing facility could exacerbate the flooding witnessed in George Town last month. There has been much discussion in the media, social and press, from overwhelmingly persons with no specialised […]

Cayman Islands National Choir & Orchestra presents ‘Epic Journeys’ concert

The Cayman National Choir and Orchestra will once again be taking to the stage in the Westin Ballroom to transport audiences to distant lands in their upcoming concert series entitled ‘Epic Journeys’. Join the Pirates of the Caribbean, E.T. on his quest to reach home, and the Hobbits on their adventure to the Lonely Mountain. […]

Remembrance Day

By Georgina Wilcox Last Sunday (12) was Remembrance Sunday when the Cayman Islanders remembered all those who gave up their lives to keep us safe from dictators for their love of their countries. The day started cloudy and rain was threatening but it held off until the laying of the wreaths was completed around the […]

East End is United at 170

The United Church in the Cayman Islands celebrates 170 years By Georgina Wilcox The Cayman Islands Regional Mission Council of the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands is now 170 years old. The establishment of the Presbyterian Church by Rev. James Elmslie on Sept. 11, 1846 started the movement here that later extended […]

The Editor Speaks: Companies ignore the elderly

Even here in the Cayman Islands, some of our biggest companies totally ignore the elderly and even penalise them. I am speaking of the increasing number of companies who are insisting all of us convert quickly to Internet and set up accounts with them to receive their bills and also pay them online. Those of […]