NEW: Man charged with death by dangerous driving

A 33-year-old George Town man was charged on Thursday with Death by Dangerous Driving in connection with an accident on Sept. 14, 2015 on West Bay Road near Public Beach.

Panama Papers law firm partners arrested

Ten months after international media reported the leak of 11 million documents related to 200,000 offshore companies set up by Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, two partners of the firm have been arrested and charged with money laundering.

Cayman girls win top trophy at Gasparilla gymnastics meet

The team of Sarah Bush, Gabriella Royston, Emmi Daykin, Maddalena Polloni and Meaghan Fowler posted the highest team score in their level 4 division, earning them the first-place team trophy at the Gasparilla Classic Invitational gymnastics tournament last week.

Angling club hosts spearfishing record holder

Cameron Kirkconnell, a Master Mariner, free diver and spearfishing world record holder, will be the guest speaker at a seminar 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, hosted by the Cayman Islands Angling Club at the George Town Yacht Club.

Beach volleyball action under way on Sundays

Local beach volleyball action kicked off last Sunday at the Seven Mile Public Beach courts and will run for the next six weeks as a precursor to the Norceca Beach Volleyball Tour event in Cayman in April, the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation states on its website.

34 juniors turn out for PwC tournament

A total of 34 juniors entered last weekend’s PwC Junior Circuit Tennis Tournament, the second tournament of the 2017 season, hosted by the Cayman Islands Tennis Club. In the 10-and-under division, Jake Fagan and Phin Ellison faced off in the final. The match went back and forth, with Jake winning in a tough three setter, a press release states.

Cayman national swimming championships this week

The national swimming championships, hosted by the Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association in partnership with Dart, start on Thursday and run through Sunday at the Camana Bay Aquatics Centre. The meets will be in the preliminaries and finals format that is commonly used in international competition.

Cayman Open draws local, international talent

The biggest draw in this year’s Cayman Open, held last weekend at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, was the men’s open division, a press release states. The players included some of Cayman’s best and some well-known players from overseas. Most of the tennis professionals on the island participated as well.


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