December 16, 2019

Archives for March 3, 2019

Cayman Islands National Orchestra hosting two concerts this month

The Cayman National Choir and Orchestra are kicking off their 2019 season with two captivating concerts – ‘Fiesta,’ presented by the orchestra on March 17th and ‘A Choral Cabaret’ performance by the choir on March 23rd. ‘Fiesta’ – conducted by musical director Jonathan Taylor, promises to be a thrilling concert which bridges Spanish music to Latin American. Featuring […]

The Editor speaks: The iconic tower

In 2016, MLA Mr. McKeeva Bush called for building heights of 20 to 40 storeys, citing Cayman’s finite land mass of around 76 square miles. More recently, and now Speaker of the House, Bush renewed calls for Cayman to ‘reach for the skies’ with its future development. His vision is of 50 storey skyscrapers. I […]

New band hitting the streets for Cayman Islands Batabano

George Town, Grand Cayman: There’s a new band hitting the streets for Batabano this year – Fenomenal. Fenomenal is the brain child of Sharon Ebanks. Sharon is originally from the Brac, but she has called Grand Cayman home for many years, although you can still find her kicking back, at every opportunity, by the sea […]

Cayman Islands National Gallery acquires 4 new works

Wednesday, 20 February the National Gallery was pleased to host a reception in the Upper Gallery in honour of four new works joining the National Collection. The Ministry of Culture has supported the expansion of the National Art Collection at the National Gallery for a second year through the acquisition of four new artworks. The […]

Cayman Islands Opposition calls for deliberative approach to UK proposals

Responding to recent remarks by Premier Alden McLaughlin that implementation of certain proposals by a UK House of Commons committee would trigger his “lead[ing] the charge for independence”, the Leader of the Opposition the Hon. Ezzard Miller has called for a more deliberative response reflecting an “appropriate level of seriousness.” The Leader of the Opposition’s […]

Registration now open for the Cayman Enterprise City ‘Summer in the City’ Internship Programme

Registration Now Open for the Cayman Enterprise City ‘Summer in the City’ Internship Programme  Connecting Caymanians with innovative careers being created within Cayman’s Special Economic Zones.  Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (1 March 2019) – Applications are now being accepted for the 2019 Enterprise Cayman “Summer in the City” internship programme. Now in its seventh year, […]

Cayman Islands National Trust’s Mission House open for Saturday tours

The National Trust’s signature property, the Mission House, is introducing Saturday hours beginning this weekend. The new opening hours will be 9:30am to 4:30pm Tuesday through Friday and 10:30am to 4:00pm on Saturdays; the Mission House will be closed on Sundays, Mondays and public holidays. Nadia Hardie, Executive Director of the National Trust, says the […]

Cayman Islands DG’s 5K 2019 postponed to later this year

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The DG’s 5K 2019 Challenge is being rescheduled. Instead of taking place as usual in April, the Islands’ biggest charity walk/run will now be held this Fall. The decision to postpone the sixth annual charity event was made by the walk/run’s steering committee. “We’ve decided to host the DG’s 5K Challenge in […]

Cayman Islands premier announces Dart’s proposal for iconic tower at Camana Bay

From DART At the Cayman Economic Outlook conference today [Feb 28 2019], Premier Alden McLaughlin announced government’s intention to consider Dart’s innovative proposal to develop an iconic tower that would create a new skyline and become recognisable the world over. In line with the conference theme ‘Dynamic New World: Braving the turmoil’ which predicts uncertain […]

Cayman Islands: The RCIPS partners with PoCs to strengthen customer service and management skills across the service

From RCIPS The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Portfolio of the Civil Service to provide learning and development opportunities to its officers and civilian staff in the areas of customer service, leadership and management. This initiative reflects the  RCIPS’ commitment to the wider civil service […]