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Cayman rugby 7s boys excel in Orlando

The Tradeview Markets Under-18 boys rugby 7s team recently returned from Orlando where they competed in the April 19-20 Tropical 7s tournament.

Governor signs up as Red Cross patron

Governor Martyn Roper has agreed to become patron of the Cayman Islands Red Cross.

Junior golfers top April tournaments

Two Cayman junior golfers recently competed in tournaments in the United States, with winning results.

Ebanks takes third place at international karate tournament

Grady Ebanks, a student at Cayman Karate Academy, competed in Rhode Island’s 39th Annual Ocean State Karate Championships on April 14. This tournament is one of biggest and most competitive tournaments in North America.

Kaibo Kitefest gives students chance to fly high

Cayman’s Kitefest returned for its 10th year Monday, with hundreds heading to Kaibo Beach to celebrate what has quickly become an Easter weekend tradition.

Golden Apple nominations opened

Nominations have opened for the Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching.

Nominations open for Stingray awards

The Cayman Islands Tourism Association is calling for nominations for this year’s Stingray Tourism Awards, which recognises the work of individuals and companies in Cayman’s tourism industry.

Seniors gather for Easter celebration

More than 200 senior citizens and their caregivers, including eight from Cayman Brac and one from Little Cayman, gathered for the annual Seniors’ Easter Celebration at the Family Life Centre last week.

MaplesFS A take Corporate Volleyball League title

With the end of the Camana Bay Corporate Volleyball league in sight, supporters gathered in the ARC on Wednesday, April 17, to cheer their respective teams in the final matches of the season.

Preparing ethical leaders at International College of the Cayman Islands

The Chartered Financial Analysts Society of Cayman launched its inaugural ethics challenge at the International College of the Cayman Islands in April.

DCI director wins annual head of department award

Department of Commerce & Investment Director Ryan Rajkumarsingh has won 2018’s Head of Department of the Year Award for the Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure.

Tax information exchange updates

The Cayman Islands Department for International Tax Cooperation has updated the relevant dates for reporting under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act and the Common Reporting Standard.
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Carey Olsen advises Marsh & McLennan on acquisition

A cross-jurisdictional Carey Olsen team has advised Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. (MMC) on its acquisition of Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group plc for US$5.6 billion in fully diluted equity value.

Premier Alden McLaughlin travels to UK and Europe

Premier Alden McLaughlin is visiting London this week with Roy Tatum, head of the Premier’s Office, to continue talks with the United Kingdom government on issues affecting the Cayman Islands.

Gold rush in Barbados for Cayman swimmers

Away from the main CARIFTA spotlight Cayman’s swimmers are quietly accumulating medals.

‘Violin Queen’ to perform at Le Masque

Organisers of Cayman Carnival Batabano are bringing back the festival’s signature dinner show, Le Masque, to Pedro St. James on May 2.

CARIFTA returns to Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands has won the award three times: in 1989 and 1990 by Kareem Streete-Thompson and in 1996 by Cydonie Mothersill.

Abstract art fills Full of Beans

A collection of abstract paintings by Solenn Carriou is currently on display at Full of Beans coffee house. The exhibition runs through the end of April.

Go fly a kite at Kaibo

For one day of the year, the entire sky above Kaibo Beach is filled with colour. Brilliant shades of the rainbow fly through the sky during the Kaibo Kitefest.

Dirt road to CARIFTA opens

Drivers looking to attend the CARIFTA Games this weekend will have another option for getting to the event after the National Roads Authority temporarily opened a quarter-mile-long dirt road for motorists to use.
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