Yearly Archives: 2011

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.

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.

Arteccentrix keeps moving

Arteccentrix has had a rather kinetic year in the Cayman Islands.

A positive year for the arts

It's been a positive year for the arts in Cayman. Weekender reviews some of the high points of the Cayman arts scene in 2011

New Years traditions

Happy New Year from DMS.

Happy holidays from DMS

Let DMS soundtrack your Christmas.

2011 a dramatic year for stage performers on Grand Cayman

The Cayman Drama Society has had a very busy year.

Armiger will make a big splash

The Cayman Islands swimming programme is getting a massive boost because it has appointed a technical director - but that won’t be until September of next year.

Bodden Town landfill not new choice

A group of citizens organised in opposition to the proposed Bodden Town district landfill want to know why their area was picked for the new solid waste facility. Specifically, the Dart Group-owned site is between Bodden Town and Breakers, near two quarries and the Midland Acres subdivision.

Year in Review: Premier Bush under investigation

The revelation that Premier McKeeva Bush had been under police investigation for more than a year was one of 2011's top stories.

Christmas at Belford draws large crowd

Belford Community team host family fun day for community residents

Designated driver bus service announced

A long-standing designated driver bus service will be expanding its reach on New Year’s Eve as it once again will shuttle holiday revellers from bars and restaurants free of charge throughout Grand Cayman.

Drink driving worse this holiday

Drink driving reaching 'staggering' proportions in the Cayman Islands over the 2011 holidays.

Factoids on fireworks

Fun facts about fireworks

Frank Sound power outage

A fault with a transmission line in Frank Sound left customers without power.

Frasers set sights on London

While most people are enjoying the New Year holiday, Cayman’s elite swimmers will be busy training.

Groceries worth $61 cost $250

Magistrate Nova Hall fined a woman $250 after finding her guilty of stealing $61.48 worth of groceries from Foster's Food Fair.

Florida looks for happy nude year

Florida is upping the stakes by targeting nudists in 2012.

Editorial for 30 December: Have a safe, happy New Year

Cayman Free Press wishes all a safe, happy New Year.

Hogan likes swingers’ direction

A renowned instructor recently praised Cayman’s junior golf scene.
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