Obituary: Former Police Commissioner Andrew Greiff dies, age 90

Andrew Greiff, who served as the commissioner of police in the Cayman Islands from 1973 until 1980, and enjoyed a distinguished career around the former British colonies, died Friday, at the age of 90.

Ellison, Neveril and Booker win Junior Tennis trophies

After postponing the PwC Junior Tennis Tournament twice due to the rain, the juniors finally hit the red clay and the blue hard courts at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.

Junior golfers get pro coaching

Specialist Junior Golf Coaches Jose Maria ‘Txema’ Sanchez and Brett Meyer from the world renowned David Leadbetter Golf Academy spent the weekend in Cayman working with the islands’ junior golfers.

Mannisto shines in first horse show of the season

The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation held its first dressage show of the 2017/2018 season on Sunday.


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Vacation over