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Archives for August 28, 2019

The Publisher speaks: CITN/CAYMAN 27

By Joan Wilson I make no comment on the news today. I am still crying. CITN IS FIVE What an amazing thing has come to pass For the Cayman Islands to have live TV at last A TV Station that’s first class in every way ‘Bringing the world to you’ all every day. * But […]

Cayman: Five men arrested and two charged in relation to drug boat interception

From RCIPS Just after 12:30AM on Monday morning, 26 August, police observed a vessel attempting to be placed on a trailer at the Red Bay Dock, when the officers approached to investigate what was happening, the boat reverse off the trailer and made off, discarding packages along the way. Three men were located at the […]

Cayman 27 to sign off

From Hurley’s TV Ltd Hurley’s TV Ltd., the parent company of Cayman 27, will cease operations on August 30, 2019. The Cayman Islands’ only Free-to-Air (FTA) independent television station that has aired news, sports, weather, various talk shows and community events since its inception in 1992 will broadcast its last show this coming Friday at […]

Cayman: Tourism continues to put ease of business first

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (Tuesday, 27 August 2019) The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism (DOT) has launched a new video on its corporate website and YouTube channel to guide licensed accommodations through the mandatory tax submissions process.  “The Ministry of Tourism is steadfastly committed to using innovation that empowers our tourism partners—whether newcomers or long-term—to feel confident […]

Tenacious Dorian heads for Puerto Rico; Bahamas and Florida could be next

By Bob Henson Aug 27 2019 7:07 PM EDT From Weather Channel Nudged on all sides by a grab bag of influences, Tropical Storm Dorian has held its own, working its way into the eastern Caribbean after passing near Barbados and over St. Lucia. Dorian is likely to move across Puerto Rico as a tropical […]

Cayman: CHF donating to CI Boxing

Cayman Heart Fund Donates AED to the Cayman Islands Boxing Association (Grand Cayman, August 28th, 2019) The Cayman Heart Fund (CHF) recently donated a HeartSine 360P AED to the Cayman Islands Boxing Association (CIBA), with which CHF is planning to hold a health focused day called Know Your Numbers near the end of October. Know Your […]

Cayman: National Emergency Notification System testing

Hazard Management Cayman Islands and the Department of Public Safety and Communication are to begin testing the National Emergency Notification System’s Radio Alert System this week. We would be grateful if you could assist with informing the public about these tests. All radio broadcasts will be briefly interrupted on the following dates whilst we conduct […]

Cayman’s own Master of Laws in International Finance open to local and world students

After two successful years of being offered part time, the LLM-Master of Laws and Postgraduate Diploma in International Finance open full-time. Truman Bodden Law School LLM Course Leader Laura Panadès is receiving applications to the programme for the September 2019 intake. Caymanian nationals, local residents and international students are welcome to apply.  The deadline for […]


From Caribbean Airlines Port of Spain, August 28, 2019. Caribbean Airlines advises that due to Tropical Storm Dorian, the following flight sectors for were cancelled. Please be advised that passengers affected by the cancellation of the aforementioned sectors, as a result of the Tropical Storm, will be re- accommodated on on the following services:

Jungle Cruise

‘Jungle Cruise’ is the Next ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ (In More Ways Than One) By Drew Taylor From Moviefone Disney’s theme-park-attraction-to-feature-film track record has been somewhat dicey, with the formula being tough-to-cracks and the results being mostly lackluster. (Let the record state that I am a huge fan of Brian De Palma’s unfairly maligned “Mission […]