Thursday, July 28, 2016

LOCAL NEWS

An adventurous career brings FCO officer to Cayman

In 1989, Matthew Forbes was about three months into his first posting with the U.K.’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Beijing, China, when the Tiananmen Square massacre happened.

BUSINESS

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.

SPORTS

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.

Young roller hockey teams return from US tournament as winners

Cayman’s 8-Under team won the Gold Division Championship and the 10-U team were Silver Division Champions and bronze winners in the Gold Division at the North American Roller Hockey Championships.

Kensington Hellcats take down Burger King Panthers

In Week 4 of the Flow Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League, the Kensington Hellcats defeated the Burger King Panthers 14-6 at Ed Bush field on July 16.

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