Yearly Archives: 2009
Royal Cayman Islands Police have confirmed that Fabian Powell, whose body was found on Tuesday morning in Sound Way, George Town, died of gunshot wounds.
Investigations begin into the death of a 52-year-old diver.
Importers are advised that the Customs Tariff (Amendment) Law, 2009 comes into effect on Monday, 4 January.
Bodden Town detectives are appealing for witnesses following an armed robbery in broad daylight at a North Side liquor store today, Wednesday 30 December.
MOGADISHU, Somalia - A man tried to board a commercial airliner in Mogadishu last month carrying powdered chemicals, liquid and a syringe that could have caused an explosion in a case bearing chilling similarities to the terrorist plot to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner, officials told The Associated Press.
Despite the struggling economy, most retailers seem satisfied with the sales during the Christmas season, even if the figures were slightly lower than last year.
Five Caymanians have been awarded Certificate and Badge of Honour for New Year 2010.
A protest against the new Stingray City 'floating bar' boat is to take place in Heroes' Square, George Town on Monday.
The West Indies Cricket Board has paid tribute to former West Indies fast bowler Grayson Shillingford, who died on Christmas Eve from cancer, aged 65.
It's been another great year for Cayman sport despite the recession. Focusing on health and fitness issues obviously helped dispel economic woes.
Olympic swimmer Shaune Fraser's future is assured as he trains for the 2012 London Games.
Most times it's easy to overlook the fact that Cayman boasts over 30 active sports.
The Cayman football scene was another moment us one in 2009 with the highlight, of course, being the girls Under-17s national side qualifying for the next stage of the World Cup qualifiers.
As these pages will tell many popular faces came to Cayman with a link to the local sports scene.
Local sports had a great year in 2009. In the face of a global and island-wide recession many disciplines made great strides for 2010 and beyond.
For most people the next 24 hours marks a time when goals are set for the coming year.
This year represents a number of things in international sports.
Local youth basketball saw many star talents. Recently all were rewarded for their stellar play.
Anyone who thinks Stuart Jack was a controversial governor should look at what has been written about Cayman in 1962.
Since Monday, 21 December, 44 people have been breath tested - and 10 of those now face court on charges of DUI.