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Archives for May 8, 2018

Intertrust Cayman sponsor the Sir John A. Cumber Breakfast Programme

Intertrust Cayman is pleased to announce the sponsorship of the Sir John A. Cumber Parent Teacher Association (PTA) Breakfast Programme. The initiative, run by the school’s PTA, has been put in place to ensure that as many students as possible have the best start to the day. It’s a proven fact, that skipping breakfast can […]

Cayman Islands Dressage Show Season wraps up

By Eve van den Bol From CIEF The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation (CIEF) held its fourth and final dressage show of the season this past Sunday at the Equestrian Center located on the Linford Pierson Highway. The judge, Nicola Vogel (USEF – R) who flew in for the show, is originally from England. Ms. Vogel […]

Cayman Islands: CIVF NORCECA recap

The Cayman Islands National Beach Volleyball team returned to Cayman on Monday, April 30th after competing in three back-to-back tournaments in the 2018 NORCECA Continental Beach Volleyball Tour. The Cayman National team ended last year’s NORCECA tournament season with overall rank rankings of 13th for the women and t 16th for the men. This year […]

Cayman Islands Building Safety Month

The Department of Planning observes Building Safety Month for the first time. “Building Codes Save Lives” is the 2018 theme. Public education will be a primary focus of the campaign. GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – May marks the start of the first ever Building Safety Month in the Cayman Islands. The public awareness campaign was developed […]

The Editor Speaks: Stiff penalties but we will be the poorer

Yesterday (7) we published the Press Release sent to us via General Registry, the registrar for Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs). The Registry’s Head of Compliance is Paul Inniss. There are at least 300 NPOs, such as sports associations, churches, community organisations, and service clubs, currently in local operation. To date, only 63 of these charities have […]

Cayman Islands: Caymanian scholars selected for UWC

The United World Colleges (UWC) global educational movement will enrol three more Caymanian students this August, as the local national committee has selected Fenna Madison, Mark Plowright and Juliana Gaspar as its 2018 scholars. Studying for the rigorous International Baccalaureate Diploma, during the two-year pre-university programme the three scholars will live and study alongside young […]

Cayman Islands: RCIPS and FedEx assist local taxi operator in reuniting a visitor with her lost handbag, 1 May

From RCIPS Last week, the RCIPS and FedEx assisted a local taxi operator in reuniting a visitor with her lost handbag. Taxi operator Romellia Welcome first approached the RCIPS after she realized that the handbag which had been left in her taxi did not belong to one of her relatives. It was property of a […]

“I can only imagine” – don’t just imagine, go and see it!

By Georgina Wilcox Last night, along with many others I went to the Cinema at Camana Bay, to watch the movie “I Can Only Imagine”. The movie is based on the background story of the hit Christian pop song of the same name recorded by MercyMe. Please don’t be put off if you are a […]

Honoring Mothers

Why A Mother’s Influence Can’t Be Overstated By Dr. James Dobson “Don’t be deceived, my dear brothers”. James 1:16 Many women feel that the job of “mom” is boring and monotonous—and they are right! But so is practically every other occupation. I once stayed in a hotel next to the room of a famous cellist. […]

Jupiter will be closer to Earth tonight than it has been in years — and you can see it with bare eyes

By Jeremy Berk From Business Insider Jupiter will be at its most visible on May 8. The planet will be in opposition to the sun, which means it’ll be on the exact opposite side of Earth to the sun. Your best chance of getting a glimpse will be around 1:00 a.m. on May 8th when […]