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Genesis too strong for Ogier

The touch rugby league saw Genesis and win impressively against Ogier in Division 1.

Maples1 send LIME ringing

Touch rugby round up

National team reveals surprises

National basketball team roster announced

HRC: CCTV ‘should not’ operate without law

Cayman's Human Rights Commission says CCTV is on some shaky legal ground.

Leadership Cayman renewed

The weekend of 14 to 15 January saw the Opening Retreat for the Chamber of Commerce initiative Leadership Cayman held at The Reef Resort in East End.

Hoopsters soared

Cayman basketball was very busy in 2010.

‘Abuse of process’ claimed in key employee case

Several local companies seek to challenge recent key employee decisions in the courts.

LIME are champs

 

Badminton round up

Campbells first to use CIMAConnect

Campbells is the first company to use the live version of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority’s new e-business portal CIMAConnect to register a mutual fund..

Should Cayman engage the US?

The Cayman Fund Focus conference will debate among other things the potential influence Cayman can have on US legislation and regulations.

 

Maples1 are still a touch ahead

Maples1 head touch rugby league

Campbells host Cayman Fund Focus

Under the title ‘Same Game but New Rules?’ law firm Campbells will host the 8th annual Cayman Fund Focus on Friday 8 October at the Ritz Carlton.

Maples1 still top but CML within touching distance

Touch rugby round up

O’Garro legacy always growing

Shaad O'Garro is the first Caymanian to win a US national hoops championship.

Shaad nets Kentucky scholarship

Shaad O'Garro etched his name in local hoops history this summer.

Active shuttle

Badminton round up

Genesis supremacy

Touch football review.

Henshaw cooks up four

Touch rugby review.

Woman wins civil case against police

Latoya Barrett wins lawsuit against police.

Cayman Marathon running ahead

Cayman Marathon registration starts now.

RE/MAX had a hole lot of fun

The Re/Max Chamber golf tournament was another smash hit.

Campbells invests in education

Campbells Attorneys-at-Law is again turning its efforts into assisting students looking to undertake further education.

Cayman Arts Festival 2010 comes to a close

Extraordinary musicians, actors, and other performers wowed the crowds at this year’s Cayman Arts Festival.

Cayman Arts Festival 2010 starts tonight

Cayman Arts Festival 2010 starts on Friday 5 February with a varied, exciting and humorous set of inclusive events for all the family.

Cayman Arts Festival 2010 next week

Preview of Cayman Arts Festival 2010 including interview with Rainer Hersch and rising stars Michael Testori and Aziza La Pierre.

Business Outlook will appeal to a wide audience

The Cayman Business Outlook, an annual event presented by Fidelity, is making a name for itself as a must-attend event in Cayman's conference calendar.

South Sound is ready for invasion

The Cayman Islands Marathon, Half-Marathon and 4-Person Relay takes place this Sunday and all indications are that it will be the biggest and best ever.

Charities grateful

All the proceeds from the Cayman Islands Marathon, which takes place on Sunday, 6 December, will benefit the Cayman Islands Cadet Corps and the Cancer Society.

Fun and awareness hand in hand

At Saturday night's breast cancer gala dinner, the Ritz-Carlton ballroom was packed with elegantly-dressed guests and hints of pink were evident everywhere, from the men's bow ties down to the pink (white) chocolate ribbons on the desserts.

Bush promises fund industry to fix immigration

The Leader of Government Business McKeeva Bush has assured representatives of the investment fund industry in Cayman of his commitment to easing recruitment difficulties in terms of immigration regulations.

Cayman Fund Focus takes on tough times

This year's Cayman Fund Focus Conference will feature Leader of Government Business McKeeva Bush as keynote speaker.

Touch favourites toppled

As with any sporting final there are favourites to win but as any enthusiast knows, betting on the underdog reaps bigger benefits if there's an upset.

Nations 5 and Campbells still have perfect touch

With the regular season drawing to a close and each team having completed 11 games it is now down to the mid-table squads in both divisions to playoff and see who will retain final shot at silver wear on the AndroGroup finals day tomorrow.

5 Nations still tops

Week 10 of the AndroGroup Summer touch series brought a reprieve from the sudden downpours which had hampered the midweek games of week 9 and as a result 12 more games

Summer touch rolls on

Summer may be just about over but local rugby continues to enjoy its summer touch.

Badir’s hat-trick was an awesome display

Week 3 of the AndroGroup Summer Touch League was yet again full of razor sharp games which were brimming with down to the last second action.

Maples go a touch ahead

After only two rounds of play the AndroGroup Summer Touch league has witnessed an astonishing 200 tries scored throughout both divisions.

Chief Justice denied by top cops

Chief Justice Anthony Smellie insisted on a criminal investigation into newspaper letters criticising him and other judges, but was rebuked by top police commanders.

Chief magistrate: ‘She trashed me’

Chief Magistrate Margaret Ramsey-Hale testified Tuesday in the Justice Priya Levers Tribunal that the judge had bad-mouthed and maliciously gossiped about her to court staff.

Sanderson appearance off

Former Grand Court Judge Dale Sanderson won't be called to give in-person evidence at the Justice Priya Levers tribunal after all, despite explosive new claims about the Canadian QC.

Levers tribunal starts today

The judicial tribunal set to hear allegations of misbehavior against Grand Court Justice Pryia Levers will start public hearings at the Marriot Beach Resort Thursday.

Levers tribunal details denied

The Governor's Office and court officials have denied Caymanian Compass Freedom of Information requests relating to the Justice Pryia Levers tribunal, including the amount of public money being spent on the tribunal.

Conference focuses on global recession

Wall Street, White House policies, financial meltdown and the global recession are the primary topics at this year's upcoming Cayman Business Outlook conference, a reminder that the US troubled economy continues to expand well beyond its borders.

Macs find the right touch

Originally developed as a form of non-contact training for rugby, Touch has developed into a sport in its own right, with mixed Touch having become a staple of rugby in Cayman over the last couple of years.

Judicial review set for tomorrow

The judicial review for Justice Alexander Henderson will be held Thursday.

Judge: I’m not quitting

Despite his arrest last week by the UK Metropolitan Police, Justice Alexander Henderson said he will return to Grand Court.

Shipping Registry travels to Monaco

Representatives of the Cayman Islands Shipping Registry, a division of the Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands, will travel to Monaco 24 - 27 September) to attend the prestigious annual Monaco Yacht Show.

Campbells gives kids vacation

Most of us in Cayman take vacation off-island as a given, but not so the foster children under the care of the National Council of Voluntary Organisations.

Another successful year for Key Clubbers

A group of 54 students and seven adults boarded a plane to Miami recently to attend the Key Club Florida District Convention.

Campbells gives back

A crusader for the visually impaired and a parenting program will be benefiting in the coming year from Campbells Attorneys-at-Law.

5 speakers for Business Outlook

The 2008 Cayman Business Outlook presented by Fidelity Group will present five overseas speakers, more than in previous years.

Cayman volleyball reaches new heights

The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation (CIVF) achieved a highpoint last month by winning gold in the men's doubles beach volleyball event at Island Games in Rhodes, Greece.

Cayman Islands volleyball teams ready for Games

The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation (CIVF) is finalizing preparations for the NatWest Island Games XII being held in Rhodes, Greece 30 June - 6 July 2007.

RE/MAX Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic benefits many

This year's RE/MAX Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic raised $7,000 to benefit the NCVO Pines Retirement Home, Cayman Hospice Care and the David Wade Foster Foundation.

Shipping partners trained

The Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands continued the delivery of its training sessions this year as part of a Vessel Registration Training Series which began in November 2006.

Business Outlook aims at future

Retaining a competitive edge means Cayman businesses need to be informed about future trends and the global forces that will be influencing them.

Business Outlook date set

Fidelity, the organizer of the popular annual business conference Cayman Business Outlook, has confirmed the date and venue for the upcoming, one-day 2007 conference.

Mentoring Cayman off to a good start

More than 160 people attended the opening reception for Mentoring Cayman last Wednesday at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort. Alden McLaughlin, Minister for Education, as the guest speaker for the event, gave an impassioned and compelling testimonial of the profound impact mentoring has had on his own life.

Cayman delegation attends boat show

A team of public and private sector representatives recently attended the 47th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to showcase the benefits of vessel registration within the Cayman Islands.

AIMA launches Cayman chapter

The Alternative Investment Management Association - the global hedge fund and alternative investment industry association - recently announced the launch of its Cayman Islands Chapter.

Cayman gets in the GAIM

GAIM Cayman 2006, a three-day conference and one of the industry's most prestigious events of the year, begins on Monday, and with up to 400 delegates registered to attend

‘A beautiful start’

It was a long time coming but Robert Campbell wasn't complaining. He was too happy to finally see his dream come true.

Lawsuit claims refuted

The attorneys for three of the seven defendants named in a lawsuit filed by Cayman General Insurance Company and the Proprietors of the Windsor Village Strata Plan

Mutual Funds legislation spotlighted

Cayman's Mutual Funds legislation is set for an overhaul to ensure that the Cayman Islands retains its edge as the leading domicile for funds.

Business conference outlook good

Interest is high for the third Cayman Business Outlook, to be held 18 January at The Ritz-Carlton.

Taura seeking insights

Caymanian Taura Ebanks has travelled to the UK to take part in the third Atlantic Youth Forum.

Lisa Parsons joins Campbells

At a recent application in the Grand Court before Mrs. Justice Priya Levers, Ms Lisa Parsons was admitted to practise as an Attorney-at-Law in the Cayman Islands.

Chisholm joins Campbells

Campbells and Campbell Corporate Services Ltd, has announced that William Chisholm has joined as its managing director.

Freeman joins Broadhurst

Lee A. Freeman has joined the law firm of Broadhurst Barristers in Grand Cayman.

Wareham and Potts join Campbells

The Bar of the Cayman Islands has two new attorneys, but they come with a wealth of experience elsewhere.

Segoes defying court order

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority issued a statement Tuesday stating John Kaweske and James Fontanetta, directors of Segoes Services Ltd, have not complied with two court orders for information concerning the company's business practices.

Segoes accusations fly

As a petition to wind up Segoes Services Ltd. is scheduled to be heard in Grand Court on Friday, accusations are flying from ownership and former employees concerning who is to blame for the company's failure.

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