Yearly Archives: 2005
On Christmas Eve, a pelican dubbed Kingfisher was returned by National Trust wildlife rescue volunteers to the George Town fisherman's beach traditionally known as Red Spot.
In an ongoing campaign to eliminate drunk driving on the roads of Cayman, organizers of the 14-year-old Purple Ribbon Pledge have teamed up in an island-wide effort to educate and remind people of the dangers of driving while intoxicated.
The New Year's Eve celebration which falls on Saturday, 31 December, requiring Liquor Licensed premises to close at midnight is expected to cause an increase in after hours parties referred to locally as 'Sessions' where alcohol, drug and public order offences are often committed.
Sunrise Adult Training Centre is once again fully outfitted for transporting its students, thanks to two 2005 Toyota Coaster buses that have been officially handed over by the Department of Vehicular and Equipment Services.
Twin sisters Samara and Shara Ebanks-Sambula talked as little girls about all the things they would do together, and earlier this month one of their dreams came true when they got married in a joint ceremony.
A love for people has earned one East End resident correspondence with 315 pen friends from around the globe.
Four persons on work permit found out last week that the consequences of possessing and consuming ganja extend far beyond a fine.
The winners of the 2005 Grand Old House art competition were awarded their prizes recently.
A stepfather is supposed to take the place of a father and protect the child, Mr. Justice Lloyd Hibbert said after a recent Grand Court trial.
On Thursday December 8 the children and staff of the Lighthouse School celebrated the spirit and joy of Christmas at the South Sound Community Park. This festive occasion is an annual event organised and sponsored by the Cayman Island Tourism Association.
The first round draw for the Digicel Cayman Cup, scheduled to kick off on January 7th, 2006 was held at the Castaways Restaurant.
Local retailers reported good Christmas sales this year, with some even saying it was better than good.
Three robberies in the early hours of Tuesday morning marred what police described as an otherwise relatively peaceful and quiet Christmas.
What a year 2005 has been. It was one filled with hope, dreams, frustrations, disappointments and joys; not much unlike any typical year. But the year we are putting behind us to usher 2006 in was anything but typical.
As visitors arrive for the winter season, complimentary copies of the latest issue of Key to Cayman are now available throughout the islands.
The Health Services Authority and the Ministry of Health and Human Services joined forces earlier this month at Pedro St James to honour former HSA CEO Eloise Reid.
The Governor, Mr. Stuart Jack, learned first-hand how cramped are the environs in which the hard-working and dedicated personnel of the Cayman Islands Courts function on a daily basis.
Since his arrival in late November, two things have already impressed the Governor, Mr. Stuart Jack, regarding the warm people of the Cayman Islands.
Another 12 Cubans (ten men and two women) arrived on Cayman Brac Monday and were being transferred to Grand Cayman for processing in accordance with international conventions.
Head of Jamaica's Police Traffic Division, Senior Superintendent Elan Powell, said there has been a significant reduction in fatal road accidents this Yuletide season, unlike last December when 23 persons were killed within a week.