September 18, 2021

All you need to know about retiring in the Cayman Islands

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The Cayman Islands, three jewels of the Caribbean, are a top destination not only for tourists. Famous for its role in the world of finance, the Caymans have risen to be much more than some lush peaks of the ridges south of Miami. Don’t get taken away by their looks, however. It is easy to […]

CAYMAN ISLANDS PROGRESSIVES: Immigration & Good Living

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From The Progressives Manifesto 2017 IMPROVING IMMIGRATION AND THE WORK PERMIT SYSTEM The Cayman success story has been built on the ability of businesses to not only hire and train Caymanians, but also to bring in guest workers to ensure that we have the resources and expertise to grow the economy. As we allow individuals […]

The Editor Speaks: The Achilles heel

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Everyone of us has an achilles heel. A weakness or vulnerable point. No one is the perfect being. World heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis – a giant of a man with fists of steel had one – a glass jaw. I have one – I am terrified of heights. Therefore I cannot do an editorial blasting […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events (From BIG FISH 95.5)

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Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels Annual Coin Collection Drive Please note that the Meals on wheels Coin Collection drive will be held this year a little later on May 27th and 28th. volunteers will be outside all supermarkets on the island as well as Kirks Home Centre and AL Thompsons hardware. for those companies that see […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events (From BIG FISH 95.5)

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CNCF Red Sky at Night Registration Continues The Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF) is inviting applications from visual and performing artists, filmmakers, food vendors and volunteers interested in taking part in the annual Cayfest Red Sky at Night event. Registration deadline is the end of day Friday 15 January, 2016. The Red Sky at Night […]