December 8, 2019

Cayman: Court decision to delay referendum

Verdant Isle Port Partners look forward to the outcome of the judicial review hearing for the proposed cruise berthing and cargo port project, which is expected take place in January 2020. Verdant Isle Port Partners believes the information being distributed to date via a variety of channels including public and stakeholder meetings, social media, online […]

Cayman: Garden Club decor brings festive feel to Botanic Park

The QEII Botanic Park is dressed and ready for Christmas thanks to the hard-working ladies of the Garden Club of Grand Cayman (GCGC). The Club has been dressing the Park for several years as a part of their community works and GCGC member Jill Wood, who’s role is to look after the Botanic Park promotions […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

DCI – Office Closures and Board Meeting Dates to 2020 The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) wishes to advise the public of its upcoming office opening hours and board meeting dates in Grand Cayman: Office Closures: Friday, 13 December – Offices closed at noon for staff function Monday, 16 December – Office closed at […]

Cayman Marathon This Weekend!

Event Preview There will be lots of excitement this weekend when the annual Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, Half-Marathon and 4-Person Relay happens this Sunday, 8 December starting at 5am on the waterfront. The public is encouraged to come out and support this great charity event which raises funds for the Cayman Islands Cadet Corps and […]

Cayman: Postal Service warns of fraud

The Cayman Islands Postal Service (CIPS) advises the public to be wary of a fraudulent notice that appears to be popping up on social media sites. The message uses the real CIPS logo, purports to be from Postmaster General Sheena Glasgow, and solicits personal information with the promise of an iPhone. It was reported to the […]

Cayman: Appointment of Director of Public Prosecutions

His Excellency the Governor, Martyn Roper, OBE is pleased to announce the appointment of Patrick Moran as the Director of Public Prosecutions.  The Judicial and Legal Services Commission (the “JLSC”) recently carried out an open recruitment process advertising the post both locally and overseas. Following a short-listing process, an interview panel interviewed a number of […]

Cayman: Charlene Howell-Litchmore is enterprising & resilient

Portfolio of the Civil Service (PoCS) Human Resource Executive Charlene Howell-Litchmore is the Cayman Islands Government Employee of the Month for October 2019. Deputy Governor Franz Manderson presented Ms Howell-Litchmore with the Employee of the Month (EOM) certificate at a Thanksgiving function where Chief Officer Gloria McField-Nixon and colleagues also celebrated the win. Mr Manderson […]

Cayman: Man found dead on Eastern Avenue

From RCIPS Just before 3:40AM police and other emergency services were dispatched to Bananas Bar, Dolphins Plaza on Eastern Avenue where it was reported that there was a person in distress. An unresponsive man was found at the location was found and transported by the ambulance to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead. Circumstances […]

Reception of thanks to Friends of Cayman in the UK

From Cayman Islands Government Office in the UK and Europe London, United Kingdom – The Cayman Islands Government London Office hosted a Friends of Cayman dinner on Thursday evening.  The event was held at the Royal Institute of British Architects in central London and was attended by a wide range of guests who are supportive of […]

CWCO Cayman powers-up government operations in Dorian-ravaged Abaco, Bahamas

NASSAU, N.P… (November 28th, 2019) The Bahamas’s National Emergency and Management Agency (NEMA) received a 400KW generator that will allow them to power-up the Bahamian government’s essential ongoing relief and restoration work across Abaco – one of two of the country’s islands devasted by category 5 storm Hurricane Dorian in early September this year. The […]