Sunday, July 31, 2016


Taste trials take iguana from tree to plate

Tukka bar and restaurant on the oceanside in East End has garnered a reputation as a place where people go to try new things – kangaroo filet mignon, an ostrich steak, a lionfish taco.


EU authority delays decision on passporting

The European Securities and Markets Authority decided this month to delay a recommendation to the European Commission on whether to grant a third country passport to Cayman Islands Alternative Investment Fund managers.


Cayman takes third place in Caribbean junior squash league

For the first time in years, Cayman is in the top ranks of the Caribbean’s junior squash league.

Cayman juniors successful in Jamaica tournaments

Six out of the nine junior tennis players from Cayman who competed in Kingston, Jamaica, earlier this month returned home with trophies.

NBA star at summer youth camp

Portland Trail Blazers starter Al-Farouq Aminu, front row, center, was the special guest coach at the Camana Bay Basketball Camp, which ended July 22.

World-class action at karate training camp

Karate junior world champion Dante Rodrigues made a welcome return to the Cayman Karate Academy recently, spending a couple of weeks passing on tips to eager students.

Cayman’s Under-17 World Cup journey ends in disappointment

The Cayman Islands Under-17s dream of advancing to the final round of the Caribbean Football Union Under-17 World Cup qualifiers in Trinidad and Tobago as Group 2 winners ended on Sunday evening with a 2-4 loss to defending champions Haiti.

Running for Red 5K and 10K next month

The Running for Red 5K and 10K run/walk at the North Sound Golf Club will be held on Saturday, Aug. 27.


  • Pope to young: Try politics, activism; don't be couch potato
    BRZEGI, Poland (AP) — Pope Francis challenged hundreds of thousands of young people who gathered in a sprawling Polish meadow to reject being a "couch potato" who retreats into video games and computer screens and instead engage in social activism and politics to create a more just world.
  • FAA warned of potential for many hot air balloon deaths
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Warning about a potential for high-fatality accidents, safety investigators recommended two years ago that the Federal Aviation Administration impose greater oversight on hot air balloon operators, government documents show. The FAA rejected those recommendations.
  • Donald Trump attacks Muslim father's convention speech
    JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (AP) — With 100 days left before the fall election, Hillary Clinton's campaign bus wound its way through Donald Trump's America as the Republican nominee picked a new fight with the bereaved father of a Muslim Army captain.
  • 'Number of fatalities' in Texas balloon crash; toll unclear
    LOCKHART, Texas (AP) — A hot air balloon carrying at least 16 people caught on fire and crashed in Central Texas on Saturday, causing what authorities described as a "significant loss of life."
  • Syrian civilians begin leaving rebel-held parts of Aleppo
    BEIRUT (AP) — Dozens of families and some opposition fighters started leaving besieged rebel-held neighborhoods in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on Saturday after the government opened safe corridors for civilians and fighters who want to leave, state media reported.