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Acknowledgement Application

We offer affordable immigration and business services on Island. Stop in to see us or contact us on 917-2133 or 928-4664. Services offered: Immigration – […]

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The Foster Factory
 

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The Foster Factory by David Learmont.

“A witty, acerbic, sad and hilarious tale of how an elderly couple became foster carers in their mid-sixties.  Stylish writing with a twist!”  (Sunday Telegraph) […]

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David Aitken 003
 

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A Dundee Detective by David Aitken.

“Sleeping with Jane Austen by David Aitken is an ambitious novel, brilliantly realised.”  (Scotland Online) “A funny-serious book.”  (The Times, London) “An astonishingly vivid portrait […]

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David Aitken 003
 

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Sleeping with Jane Austen by David Aitken

“Sleeping with Jane Austen by David Aitken is an ambitious novel, brilliantly realised.”  (Scotland Online) “A funny-serious book.”  (The Times, London) “An astonishingly vivid portrait […]

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  • Celebrate Cayman Launch Ceremony Postpon...

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    Due to the inclement weather forecast for next week, the Celebrate Cayman Official Launch Ceremony scheduled for Monday 28 May has been postponed and will now take place on Monday 4 June. The ceremony signals the official start of the year-long national celebrations to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Cayman Islands Coat of Arms. The Cayman Islands Government and […]

  • Applications Sought Prior to Board Meeti...

    by on 24/05/2018 - 0 Comments

    The Liquor Licensing Board will hold its quarterly meeting next month. The meeting is set for Tuesday 26 June at 1:30 p.m. in the Government Administration Building. All Liquor/Music & Dance application must be received by noon on Wednesday 30 May. Applications that do not meet the deadline will not be included in the published agenda.

  • Kirkland Nixon Memorial Fire Truck Pull ...

    by on 24/05/2018 - 0 Comments

    The Cayman Islands Law Enforcement Torch Run Committee (CI LETR) would like to inform the public the Kirkland Nixon Memorial Fire Truck Pull is postpone from this week Saturday 26th May, 2018 to next week Saturday 2 June. Additionally, the CI LETR has also postponed their boot drive that was scheduled to take place tomorrow throughout central George Town until Friday […]

  • Bodden Town’s Snuggle Up and Read Postpo...

    by on 23/05/2018 - 0 Comments

    The Department of Children & Family Services (DCFS) Snuggle Up and Read event, scheduled for Wednesday, 23 May 2018 at Bodden Town Primary School, has been postponed due to inclement weather. This Child Month event has been rescheduled for next Wednesday, 30 May 2018 –  Bodden Town Primary School –  6.30 p.m.- 8.30 p.m. DCFS apologises for the inconvenience this may […]

  • CNB Roundabout to be Paved

    by on 23/05/2018 - 0 Comments

    The National Roads Authority (NRA) would like to notify the public that work will be conducted on the CNB roundabout on Sunday 27 May. Island Paving will be carrying out the work on behalf of NRA, from 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., weather permitting. Intersections along Thomas Russel Avenue will be closed to facilitate the […]

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  • Sub-tropical Storm Alberto kicks off the season
    (CNS): The National Hurricane Center in Miami has confirmed the emergence of Sub-tropical Storm Alberto. At 10:00am the weather system was located about 55 miles south of Cozumel, Mexico, and around 195 miles southwest of the western tip of Cuba. The storm is moving toward the north-northeast near 6mph, and forecasters said a general slow motion toward the north […]
  • UK’s BOT minister to make first trip to Cayman
    (CNS): The UK’s minister with responsibility for the British Overseas Territories will be visiting the Cayman Islands for the first time next week as part of a regional tour to discuss hurricane preparedness and the controversial move to impose public registers of beneficial ownership on the territories. Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon will be here for […]
  • Police name visitors who died in local waters
    (CNS): Police have now confirmed the identities of the latest two visitors from the United States to lose their lives in Cayman waters. Peter Stuart Schilke (57) from Connecticut died following a snorkelling trip off the East End coast on Saturday, 19 May. And Walter Franklin Steele (83) from North Carolina died after being found unconscious […]
  • Visitor numbers remain strong on land and sea
    (CNS): As the tourism sector faces the start of the slow season, so far there has been no let-up in the continued growth in visitor numbers, both at the airport and the cruise terminals. The arrival of 39,057 visitors last month was just a 0.33% increase on April last year but despite the very small increase, […]
  • Rivers battles with definition of ‘economic substance’
    (CNS): Financial Services Minister Tara Rivers has said there are still questions regarding the expectations of the European Union on the definition of “sufficient economic substance”, which is the key to Cayman’s future cooperation. Rivers is currently in Europe attending meetings, summits and forums regarding tax issues and concerns in Europe that led to Cayman […]
  • Car thieves strike again stealing Honda Civic
    (CNS): Police are seeking help from the public to track down a stolen 2000 white Honda Civic, registration #131 066, which was taken from outside a home on Shedden Road yesterday. The car thieves struck sometime between 12:15am, when the owner parked the vehicle, and 7am Thursday, when he discovered it had gone. Anyone with information […]
  • Maths professor had tens of 1000s of child porn images
    (CNS): Dr Pierre Michel Pavlov Rameau, a former lecturer at the University College of the Cayman Islands, was in possession of tens (possibly hundreds) of thousands of pornographic images when he was arrested last year, the court was told when he appeared at a sentencing hearing Thursday. The crown has charged the maths professor with […]
  • Dash cam evidence: On Cayman’s roads (Part 1)
    (CNS Local Life): Are you tired of taking your life in your hands just getting to work? Does the standard of driving on the roads of the Cayman Islands drive you nuts? Well here’s your chance to vent some of your frustrations. With the increase of dash cams, a lot of those ‘yikes!’ moments are […]
  • Ex-police clerk dodges jail over grocery card abuse
    (CNS): A local woman who worked as an accounts clerk with the RCIPS and misused a Kirk Supermarket charge card avoided going to jail Thursday, when a visiting judge handed her a 12-month sentence, suspended for 18 months. Sarah Connor (39) was charged alongside her workplace supervisor, Siscely Solomon, who jumped bail after she was arrested […]
  • Fund director arrested in cocaine probe
    (CNS): A fund director with Intertrust, a Cayman Islands-based offshore firm, was arrested at his office on Elgin Avenue in George Town Thursday. Police said the 39-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of cocaine and has been bailed as the investigation continues. No other details have been revealed by police but a number […]