Friday, July 29, 2016

Yearly Archives: 2011

Queen Honours Police Officer, Three Receive Cert. Hon.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has recognized Detective Inspector Adeniyi Collins Oremule in her 2012 New Year’s Honours List.

DUI suspect arrested and hospitalised

A driver suspected of driving under the influence has been arrested and is recovering in hospital after making off from the Police in West Bay last night.

Another death off Pedro

Royal Cayman Islands Police confirmed Sunday that the body of another young man who jumped from the Pedro Castle cliffs was recovered in the sea.
 

Hospital ‘escapee’ caught

Charlton Ebanks, the 21-year-old man who escaped from police custody at the Cayman Islands hospital in November, has been arrested and is back in lock up.

Woman left store with goods in purse

Betty Sharon Pollard was found guilty of theft after leaving a supermarket with $98 worth of items in her handbag.

Stacy-Ann Kelly admitted to Bar

Stacy-Ann Kelly, a former Miss Cayman Islands, is now an attorney at law.

New set of wheels for Sunrise Adult Training Centre

Just in time for the holiday season, the Sunrise Adult Training Centre in Grand Cayman has received a new bus that enables it to transport clients with ease and convenience.

The ultimate beach party

Calico Jack's is the place to go on New Year's Eve for a laid back, casual beach party

Resolve to party on NYE

Resolution 2012 is the all inclusive party at Margaritaville that will include a host of CJs, prizes and cash giveaways.

End of the World? Maybe

Party like it's the last night of your life at the Marriott's 2012 End of the World Mayan-themed beach party on New Year's Eve.

Memories of a Scottish living room

In Scotland, Hogmanay is a great chance for a brilliant celebration.

Fireworks rule the day at CB

A family-friendly fireworks display at Camana Bay will mean children can enjoy the festivities and be in bed well before midnight

Scotland reflects on busy year

It has been a busy year for sports in the Cayman Islands. One person who acknowledges the numerous achievements is Mark Scotland.

Kirk backs battling Sammy

New Barbados captain Kirk Edwards has thrown his support behind the beleaguered West Indies skipper Darren Sammy.

Year in review: Outspoken residents hold gatherings

Several protests took place in 2011.

Portfolio holds first planning retreat

With “excellence in the public service” being the new mantra for government, officials from the Deputy Governor’s Office and the Portfolio of Internal and External Affairs laid the groundwork for a new strategic plan during a recent two-day retreat.

Year in Review: Beloved Pastor Al passes away

Pastor Al was ordained a Christian minister in 1987 and became the full-time pastor at Agape. In 2003, he was one of 500 people recognised as a nation-builder on Cayman’s Quincentennial Wall of Honour.

Bring it on in 2012

Writer urges people to look forward to new year.

BT dump traffic eased with loop road works

The Dart Group has agreed to improve Antone Bodden Drive looping around the heart of Bodden Town, Minister Mark Scotland said.

Business mogul, entrepreneur Linton Tibbetts dies

Linton N. Tibbetts, a legendary entrepreneur who earned a fortune in the development of both Florida and his native Cayman Islands, died 6 October, only seven days after the grand reopening of his prized lumber company’s original store in St. Petersburg, Florida. He was 88.
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