December 6, 2019

MEAN STREETS: Terrified granny says it was just like the movies

A 70 year old woman has relived the moment a callous gunman robbed her family store – firing his weapon wildly in the air as he did so. Eunice Seymour has worked behind the counter at Uncle Clem’s Meat and Grocery store in George Town for more than 30 years. But on Saturday night her […]

To the edge of the universe!

Miss Cayman Cristin Alexander is ready to take on the UNIVERSE! The Bodden Town Beauty is flying off to San Paulo in Brazil to represent the nation in the prestigious Miss Universe competition. Miss Alexander, 24, was crowned Miss Cayman in 2010. After flying the flag for the country at the Miss World finals in […]

KENTUCKY FRIED TURKEYS! KFC raiders steal empty cash register

Clueless thieves held up Kentucky Fried Chicken… but snatched the wrong till! The armed robbers struck at the drive-through window of the fast food joint just after 10:30pm on Thursday. Two men wielding a handgun and a machete threatened a member of staff as he served a customer in his car. But they weren’t exactly […]

Police fear the worst

Police have for the first time conceded they “fear the worst” in the search for nurse’s assistant Kerran Baker, 25, missing since 30 July. Acknowledging that little evidence had emerged in the three-week search, Chief Superintendent John Jones nevertheless said the passage of time was working against investigators. “We have a good idea who had […]

MAC STRIKES BACK: Bush in war of words with opposition

Premier McKeeva Bush hit back at opposition politicians yesterday, turning accusations of irresponsibility and destroying democracy back on Ezzard Miller and Alden McLaughlin, claiming they were damaging the Cayman Islands. Reacting to public statements by North Side independent Mr Miller and leader of the opposition People’s Progressive Movement (PPM) Mr McLaughlin, the premier told iNews […]


Office staff were evacuated from buildings in George Town yesterday after a bomb scare. The threat was made to the Cayman Islands Government’s Legal Department in the DMS Building on Genesis Close. Specially trained dogs were examining bushes close to the area. A spokesman for the RCIPS said: “Uniform Police, and officers of the K9 […]

Kids speak out for “God and St. George”

The Anglican Vacation Bible Camp at St George’s Anglican Church is where kids have fun learning how to “Speak up and speak out for God,” – the theme of the week-long camp. “We are focusing on the prophets of the Old Testament who did that in their time, and the children are learning how to […]

NO BODY FOUND: Cops say BBM rumours are just malicious

Rumours that the body of missing doctor’s assistant, Kerran Baker, has been found, have been dismissed by the police. BBM’s, text messages, and telephones calls, claiming that the police have found the missing woman is complicating matters and hurting family and friends, according to the police. And they  said that such false allegations are hampering […]

Treasure’s jewel in the crown

Caymanite artist Horacio Esteban’s work is now on show in the lobby of Treasure Island. The spectacular earthy colours of the semi-precious sculptures can be seen throughout his work and also in the hand made jewellery that is available to buy. As well as his unique pieces of art on display, the exhibit is also […]

CARNAGE ON THE ROADS: Pregnant woman And unborn child Killed in car smash

A pregnant woman and her unborn child have died following a car crash in East End. Karen Edwards was thrown from the mangled wreckage during the smash and rushed to Cayman Islands Hospital. She was pronounced dead on arrival and despite the best efforts of surgeons they were unable to save the child’s life. Two […]