Turning trash into electricity in a waste-to-energy plant is a central part of government’s new national waste management plan, which includes no new landfill site. Jim Schubert, the senior project manager, said the plant would be key to achieving the ambitious target of diverting 95 percent of waste from landfill.
CIIPA invites all to annual gala; IP Office stages enforcement training for copyright law; and Caymanian law trainee admitted as attorney-at-law
The DHL Sunday Football League returns to action this weekend with all the teams – Bounty Hunters, Fidel’s Old Boys FC, OtisAir Wanderers, Luca FC, Boca Juniors, Harry’s FC, Maples Revolution and Kings Head FC (formerly Whiskey Mist) – returning for another season.
The Pirates Week Charity Golf Classic is scheduled for Oct. 28 at the North Sound Golf Club, and golfers of all levels are invited to take part. “Pirates Week [Nov. 10-20] is about bringing people together in different ways,” said Pirates Week Executive Director Melanie McField.
The FLOW 2016 Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League ended the season on Saturday at Ed Bush playfield, with HSM Vipers taking the women’s crown and Island Heritage Predators winning the men’s league. The first game of the day was between HSM Vipers and Maples Lynx.
The 2016/2017 CUC Primary Football League Opening Rally is set for this Saturday, Oct. 1. The matches kick off at 9 a.m. at the traditional home of local football, the T.E. McField Sports Field (known as the Annex Field) in George Town.
The annual CUC 800 meters open water swim will be held on Saturday, Oct. 8. Staged by the Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association and sponsored by CUC, the event also includes a 400m swim for youngsters ages 12 and under.
The developers of the Ironwood golf course in Grand Cayman hope to make the resort a final tribute to Arnold Palmer, the course’s designer and a legend of the sport, who died this week at the age of 87.