Syed trial: Senior civil servant denies authorizing false invoice

A senior civil servant testified Monday that he would not have authorized the former president of the University College of the Cayman Islands, Hassan Syed, to alter an invoice.

Real estate market strengthening in Cayman

The outlook for the market in the Cayman Islands still looks positive for 2017 and onward, according to a report this week from the Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers Association. “The rental market is growing along with the population of the islands."

Junior swim team selected for Carifta 2017

The Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association has announced the junior swim team that will travel to the Bahamas to compete in the 2017 Carifta 50-meter pool and open water championships from April 15-19.

Cayman sailing club’s family day set for Wednesday

The tradition of family open day sailing continues on Ash Wednesday, March 1, at the Cayman Islands Sailing Club off Selkirk and Spinnaker Drive in Red Bay. The club welcomes everyone to the free family day from 1-5 p.m. at the clubhouse.

Team RSM wins Pirates Week Charity Golf Classic fundraiser

Dozens of golfers teed up on Friday, Feb. 17, for the Pirates Week Charity Golf Classic to help raise money for the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association of the Cayman Islands. Due to inclement weather, the event was postponed from Oct. 28, 2016.

Junior golfers fare well at Bahamas tournament

Two of Cayman’s junior golfers, Andrew Jarvis and James Bould, demonstrated their skill in the inaugural Albany, Bahamas Junior Classic Tournament, hosted by The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour on Feb. 11 and 12.
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Carifta swimming hopefuls chase their dreams

Local athletes competed in the fourth annual Cayman Islands National Championships, hosted by the Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association at the Camana Bay Aquatic Centre from Feb. 16-19.

Track and field event set for Saturday

The Cayman Islands Athletic Association hosts its annual Truman Bodden Track and Field event on Saturday, Feb. 25. Mr. Bodden has been a long standing supporter of the CIAA, the title sponsor of the event and will be present at the meet, organizers said.


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