November 20, 2019

Archives for September 1, 2019

Cayman: MURDER!!

Last Friday August 30th 2019 at 7PM a death occurred. It was, without any doubt, murder. The murder was watched by over a thousand people. The culprit(s) should be brought to justice but won’t. Twenty seven years ago a baby was born. Twenty seven years later its life was snuffed out. At the television studios […]

Cayman: FOSTER’S Rebrands

The island’s supermarket that shoppers trust has rebranded after nearly 39 years. For the better part of the last year, the Foster’s team has been working to refresh the brand and are excited to announce that Foster’s Food Fair – IGA has rebranded to simply, Foster’s. The name change isn’t the only new element to […]

Cayman: Elections Office Update – 96% of required signatures verified

The latest results of the verification process on the cruise port referendum petition signatures are now live on the Elections Office’s new web ticker. Click here à  www.elections.ky  to view the updated figures. And see below: See below table outlines the number of persons declining to be verified or asking to be “unverified” as of 29th August.

‘Fall Only in Cayman’ and save

From Travel Press The Cayman Islands is inviting travellers to visit this fall and save with its newly launched “Fall Only in Cayman” campaign, featuring savings of up to 45% on accommodations, attractions, watersports, restaurants and services. Most bookings must be made by Nov. 15 (however, offer booking dates may vary). With Air Canada and […]

Cayman: Mental health facility back on track

The Ministry of Health, Environment, Culture and Housing announced today that the construction phase of the Long-term Residential Mental Health Facility (LTRMHF) is back on track and due to start mid-October 2019. The works which were split into smaller “packages” to ensure cost effective measures and fair competition amongst smaller firms has been met with […]

Cayman: Police helicopter assists in Brac Airport incident & medical evacuation

From RCIPS During the afternoon of Thursday, 29 August, the RCIPS Air Operations Unit was requested by the Cayman Islands Airports Authority to assist in conveying equipment and aircraft engineers to Cayman Brac in response to an incident involving a private aircraft at the Charles Kirkconnell International Airport.   With the runway closed, the helicopter was […]

Harneys Cayman office offered summer internships to students

Harneys continues to roll out a variety of internship opportunities to students who are currently enrolled in either secondary education or in a university or postgraduate-level law course. This year’s summer internship programme saw 18 participants placed within the firm’s legal, fiduciary and business support teams, where they observed day-to-day operations and earned practical experience. […]

Notting Hill Carnival

UK: This Is What Carnival Looks Like in London Captured by photographer Alice Zoo By Lee Musho Photographs By Alice Zoo Every year, during London’s annual August bank holiday (British for “long weekend”), over a million people gather in Notting Hill for Carnival, a celebration of Caribbean culture. And for two days, the neighborhood, known as […]

Cartoon of the week

By Tony Zuvela, Cartoonist “It’s my own little World which I can escape to everyday and create a fun, weird, berserk Cartoon to whatever subject I like. I enjoy doing all the work myself, and all the aspects of Cartooning, and seeing my work out there and the reactions it gets.” http://www.berserkalert.com.au/shop.htm Buy this Cartoon’s […]

Cayman meets Shaman: The healing powers of your island escape

By Suzanne Gerber From Travel Zoo Let’s be honest: Merely touching down in the Cayman Islands gives you a wellness boost. Over the last several years, study after study has found that being in, on, under or near the water—hi, daily Caymanian life!—can have profound mental and physiological benefits. But that baseline sense of well-being is just the beginning […]