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Nikolai “Bruiser” Hill enjoys juggling his life around watching, playing and coaching sport.
A roundup of business happenings.
Junior golf is organized every Sunday morning at the North Sound Golf Club but there was a special event last week.
Andrew Jarvis celebrated his birthday in style at the North Sound Golf course - by getting a hole in one.
Sunset Football Club has another football superstar visiting here in the summer - former England captain and manager Kevin Keegan.
Cayman’s top golfers are vying for team selection again at the North Sound Golf Club this weekend and for Samantha Widmer even if she has the best round she will have to wait for selection.
Many experts have a list of questions you should ask to determine if your child is ready. Lisa Boushy explores the topic with trepidation.
The St. Patrick’s Day 5k Irish Jog will bring the usual mix of runners and walkers out in their masses for a worthy cause.
The St. Ignatius Golf Scramble is approaching and it looks like it will raise another hefty amount for the Catholic School.
The Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association has selected its team for the 2015 CARIFTA championships in Barbados.
The Chamber of Commerce is urging government to secure contractual agreements to protect local businesses and jobs when it negotiates large-scale public-private partnerships with overseas developers.
Local golfers are in full swing as they prepare for major tournaments this summer.
Cayman’s top golfers are vying for selection for the national team and round three of six qualifiers was completed at the North Sound Golf Club on Saturday.
Teenage runner Tahj Lewis is considerably richer this week since the weekend after winning one of the shortest races on the local calendar which also happens to be one of the most rewarding.
Cayman’s 54-member Special Olympic team will be the largest ever to attend the Special World Games this summer in Los Angeles, and will compete for the first time in both football and basketball.
The possible impact of the Ironwood development, over the long term, is far greater than the creation of temporary jobs or the one-time injection of funds into the Cayman Islands economy.
Developer Ironwood says local companies and workers will be hired on all aspects of the highway construction project, estimating that the public-private partnership will create around 200 jobs.
Premier Alden McLaughlin's support for, and facilitation of, Dart's plans are welcome developments worthy of applause.
The government has reached a resolution to the lingering negotiations over an agreement between Cayman’s National Road Authority and Dart Realty, with each side getting something it wanted.
The second round of Cayman golf’s national team qualifiers was held at Blue Tip at the Ritz-Carlton over the weekend and there were some impressive rounds scored.
Caymanian developer Lewis Ebanks broke ground Monday on a US$200 million luxury condo complex overlooking the North Sound.
Cayman’s top female golfer Samantha Widmer is playing in one of the region’s prestigious tournaments from Sunday.
During a recent TV interview, Premier Alden McLaughlin issued what is, perhaps, an extraordinary warning in regard to the economics of the Cayman Islands.
The Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament is offering a brand new 2015 Kia Optima or a luxurious 2015 Lincoln MKC as the star prize for anyone who manages a hole-in-one.
Island Paving boss Barry Bodden took over the helm of the Chamber of Commerce promising a quieter style, but equally forceful advocacy, to his predecessor, the outspoken Johann Moxam.
Michael and Peyton Wight played well in the first of six rounds of qualifying for the Cayman Islands national team at the North Sound Golf Club over the weekend.
Cayman’s Special Olympics athletes are preparing for the biggest international sports event of 2015, the Special Olympics World Summer Games.
Grand Cayman is so flat that when runners negotiated the undulating layout of the North South Golf Course on Saturday. in the island's first cross country race, their legs were screaming for mercy at the end.
Road runners get a rare chance to test themselves over different terrain this weekend with a new event, the inaugural Cayman Cross Country race.
Numerous sports events and activities are coming up in the Cayman Islands for those who want to stick to their New Year’s resolution to get healthier and exercise more.
New Year's message from Opposition Leader McKeeva Bush.
North Sound Golf Club feels it is ready to handle changes to Cayman’s greens.
Fiona Crellin secured herself a Christmas gift when she took home the top spot in the 2014 CIGA Year Long Stableford Competition.
One year after the dramatic landfill fire that sent large plumes of black smoke billowing across Grand Cayman, a half-million discarded tires remain at the site.
As local golf readies for new courses, a celebrity tournament aided the sole 18-hole venue.
A former site for golf tournaments figures to get more use in the new year.
The Cayman Islands continue to be a favorite spot for international golf stars.
The Cayman Islands Golf Association Pairs tournament had another excellent turnout at the North Sound Golf Club on Saturday.
The Hedge Funds Care benefit gala at The Ritz Carlton, Grand Cayman on Saturday night raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities that help prevent and treat child abuse and neglect.
Bud Light have plenty to be merry about on the diamond.
Each November involves the curious sight of many men in Cayman sporting large moustaches of all shapes and sizes.
A planned 10-mile extension to the East-West Arterial Highway to pave the way for a new golf resort will cost around $50 million to complete and construction could begin before Christmas, developer Ironwood said this week.
The construction of two new roads through Grand Cayman’s eastern districts, which would appear to be crucial for future economic development, is in doubt over questions of available funding.
A man is charged with wounding, carrying offensive weapons and causing intentional harassment, alarm and distress after an incident involving his cousin.
A US$200 million development to create an ocean-front community, featuring 123 luxury condos and town houses overlooking the North Sound has been given the green light.
During “MOvember,” men are encouraged to put away their razors and grow out their best moustache to support the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.
Two ministries in the Cayman Islands government paid $25,000 each for a sporting event that never happened.
The efforts of "Marathon Man" Derek Haines and supporters may be the singular act of charity this year, but they aren't the only people in Cayman in a persistent "giving mood."
A golfing tournament held earlier this month raised more than $44,000 for the Cayman Islands Red Cross.
The Cayman Crime Stoppers Million Dollar Shootout Golf Tournament attracted over eager golfers on Oct. 10 at the North Sound Golf Club.
The Cayman Islands Golf Association held the annual President’s Trophy competition over the weekend at the North Sound Golf Club.
A population survey on the Rock Iguana reptile species in Little Cayman will be carried out before the year is out.
Derek Haines is well on his way to the magic $1 million mark after the summer lull, with two marathons to go.
Crime Stoppers will give $1 million to anyone who makes a hole-in-one during its annual golf tournament.
Cayman’s fledgling golfers competed for the title of Junior Island Champion at the North Sound Club over the weekend.
At the recent Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships in Puerto Rico, Bob Slatter was honored by being inducted into the Caribbean Golf Hall of Fame.
Appleby staved off both threatening skies and challenges to their leader board position to claim the inaugural North Sound Golf Club Corporate League championship.
A lack of support this year has prompted the Cayman Islands Red Cross to ask for more help to raise money for its various programs.
The Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants held its 5K run/walk on Saturday at the North Sound Golf Club.
Logistical problems lead to the cancellation of an upcoming sports spectacle.
A roundup of business briefs from the community.
Higher retail water revenues offset lower bulk water sales for Consolidated Water in the second quarter of 2014, resulting in flat net income attributable to shareholders compared to the same period 2013.
Local financial services are supporting the Cayman Islands Red Cross through sports.
Two companies may be willing to take the George Town landfill tires off Cayman's hands.
Cayman’s top golfers recently wrapped up play in Puerto Rico.
Believe it or not, we empathize with the plight of Collector of Customs Samantha Bennett.
An application has been submitted to permit tourism development on more than 200 acres of land surrounding the Ritz Carlton.
North Sound Golf Club’s inaugural Social Corporate League has been running for several weeks and Appleby tops the leader board by a narrow margin.
Flashy Nation donated $760 to the Department of Children and Family Services following its successful second annual 5K run held earlier this month.
Anyone who watched any of Rory McIlroy’s thrilling victory at The Open Championship at Royal Liverpool Golf Club in England on Sunday will have some idea of what a links golf course is like.
Derek Haines takes on the fourth of his six marathons as part of a bid to raise $1 million for a new building in Camana Bay for Cayman HospiceCare this weekend.
Rory McIlroy said he wants to dominate golf following his Open Championship success on Sunday and emulate legends Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.