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A small group of inmates, ranging in age from 22 to 59 and from all walks of life, gathered in the chapel at Northward Prison on a quiet Tuesday afternoon. There was no religious service scheduled. Instead they were there to describe what life is like inside the prison walls and how they think crime can be reduced in the Cayman Islands.
Members of the Legislative Assembly have voted in favor of a private members’ motion to consider giving incentives to reinsurance and hedge fund management businesses and their senior executives.
Cayman Rugby will be moving to a new home after the Dart group offered land near Camana Bay on peppercorn lease for a new center which will be capable of hosting international matches.
The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation has selected its teams for the Caribbean Equestrian Association’s Caribbean Dressage Challenge.
Leicester City winning the Premier League 2015-16 is a greater miracle than Nottingham Forest winning the First Division League title in 1977-78. Here are five reasons why.
Cayman took on Canada for some impressive rugby games at South Sound over the weekend.
A dozen youth football teams, including a Manchester City development squad and the Cuba under-15 team, are putting their final touches on preparations for the Cayman Airways Invitational Youth Football Cup, which runs on island May 10-15.
Cayman Islands beach volleyball player Jessica Wolfenden arrived home Friday after spending about a week in the U.S. for a bone marrow transplant operation in which she donated blood stem cells to a child cancer patient.