Liquor store owners fear for their future

Granting liquor licenses to a local gas station/Burger King complex in Prospect will open a “Pandora’s Box” that could eventually “kill off” locally operating liquor stores, three store owners told the Liquor Licensing Board Monday.

Cayman Finance CEO promotes financial industry in Europe

Cayman Finance CEO Jude Scott has completed a two-week visit to Europe to promote the Cayman Islands financial services industry and its role in Europe, the United Kingdom and the global financial economy.

Three local boxers head to Caribbean championships

Cayman Islands National Amateur Boxing team members Dariel Ebanks, Hopkin Ebanks and Alexander Smith left Monday for Barbados to compete in the Caribbean Boxing Championships.

Exciting matches highlight Primary League playoffs

The first round of the CUC Primary Football League and Girls’ Primary Football League playoffs concluded on Saturday at the Annex field with a number of thrilling matches, organizers said in a press release.

Marathon winner finishes in under three hours

Steve Speirs of Virginia, USA, won Sunday’s Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon with a time of 2 hours, 58 minutes and 48 second. He was second in the 2015 marathon, when he finished about 30 seconds faster.

More than 1,200 registered for Sunday’s marathon

Organizers of this weekend’s marathon say more than 1,200 people are already registered for Sunday’s run. The 14th annual Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon will start at 5 a.m. on the waterfront in George Town, then around South Sound and return via Walkers Road.

Golf association awards President’s Trophy winners

Isabel Mendes won the ladies competition and Andrew Linford won the men’s championship in the 2016 Cayman Islands Golf Association’s annual President’s Trophy contest at the North Sound Golf Club on Saturday.

Paddleboarders go east this weekend

Some of the island’s best paddlers will take to the water this weekend for the East End Stand-Up Paddleboard Classic. The event features an elite race over six miles on Saturday followed by a barbecue and bonfire.


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