Yearly Archives: 2010

Little sluggers had good year

Cayman little league baseball swung for the fences in 2010.

Barrels tapped 
for charities

Rum, barrels and revellery all added up to nearly $2,500 raised for local charities, as the first Art of the Barrel auction concluded after a superb three-course dinner at The Brasserie last week.

Cayman bridge results

Bridge results

Cinderella Scholarship Programme on again

The Cayman Cinderella Scholarship Programme has been in existence for over 20 years.

Drivers revved all over Cayman

Cayman motorsports had a decent 2010 campaign.

Celebrating New Year in style

Tamara Smith will be chauffeured around on New Years Eve after winning a Purple Ribbon Pledge contest.

Novelist brings her story here

First-time author Chandra Hoffman will discuss her debut novel Chosen at Books & Books at 7pm Friday, 7 January.

Belford residents enjoy fun day

Belford community fun day

Rum-filled adventures 
the best kind

Mojitos are the quintessential Caribbean cocktail - as the first event of Culinary Month attests.

Favourites take honours in dash

The pre-race favourites made it look easy in the 13th annual Dashing through the sand.

Miami bowl hype

Most of the major Florida football schools are in action.

Caylight takes gold

The Cayman Islands Brewery placed two beers in the top three at the recent Caribbean Alcoholic Beverage awards in Barbados.

Online poll Holiday traditions

Getting together with family is the holiday tradition like best by the most respondents of a online poll.

Hotel investment 
climate improving

If the pace of registration is anything to go by, 2011 will be a good year for hotel investment.

List-a-rama, not an easy task

How do you pick your top ten of the year? With great difficulty, says top UK music journalist Mischa Pearlman.

New York’s Giant hopes

The New York Giants are one of many teams in playoff mode.

Celebrations winner brightens the Pines

Pines get christmas tree from anynomous donor after winning at Celebrations

Holiday drink drive incidents a concern

Nearly 300 traffic tickets have been issued over Cayman's holiday season.

Residents complain of late-night fireworks

Late-night impromptu fireworks displays are annoying some local residents.

Editorial for December 31: Resolve to do better in 2011

Resolve for self improvement in 2011.
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