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Glow Run will light up Camana Bay

Runners and walkers are encouraged to wear bright outfits and face paint, flashing lights and luminous accessories during the KPMG Glow Run 5K.

Glow Run return brightens calendar for fun seekers

The incredibly popular Glow Run 5K returns next month, organized by the National Trust with KPMG the main sponsors.

Top Employer award goes to Scotiabank

Scotiabank and Baraud took top honors at the annual Cayman Islands Society of Human Resources Professionals award gala on Saturday, May 23, 2015.

Freedom of Information: Ready for upgrade

A review of Freedom of Information processes may be incumbent upon local FOI managers, many of whom appear to be less-than-versed in what the law requires or the limits it may place on compliance.

Business in brief

A roundup of local business briefs.

DMS edges out AON for title

The Baker Tilly corporate squash league came to a dramatic end with the top two finishers going head to head to see who would claim the title.

Business in brief

Business in brief.

EY report six months later

A six-month progress update on the Ernst & Young government consulting report shows slow going.

Tornadoes storm blows away UBS

The Baker Tilly Corporate League squash action was as exciting as ever last Thursday. Baker Tilly faced off against the RBC Lions, who were hungry for points.

Galaxy have star touch

After three rounds of the National Mixed Touch Rugby Championships 2015 there are two teams still unbeaten and not surprisingly, both were the pre-tournament favorites, Maples Galaxy and SteppingStones.

Creasey feels like doing Irish jig

Ben Creasey has only been in Cayman a couple of months and he is already a sporting champ having won the Irish Jog 5k on Tuesday.

Red Bay pupils take to the court for a smashing time

When it comes to tennis, Red Bay Primary’s Year 6 pupils know their serve and volley better than most of their peers.

Bulgin keeps PwC's account up

PWC took on KPMG at the beginning of week 5 of the Kings Indoor Futbol and Killian Everard claimed four goals for PwC and Kurt Bulgin helped out playing an unfamiliar role in goal.

DMS and Undecided show smashing form at the top

In the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League round 5 DMS and Undecided gained maximum points and reasserted themselves on the leaderboard.

Tornadoes storm through

Following the results of round 3 where both DMS and AON Red Tornadoes were joint top of the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League, round 4 proved to be a varied evening of action.

Titans search for old chemistry

Zolfo Cooper may not be the highest scoring team in Kings Five-a-Side Futbol League, but they have certainly found consistency lately, averaging five goals a game.

Kobras jump higher after humbling Lions

The Baker Tilly corporate squash league saw some dramatic changes in round 3 on Thursday night.

Zolfo edges out KPMG

Indoor futbol at King's Sports Centre continued with some well-matched games throughout last Monday night, beginning with Zolfo Cooper taking on KPMG.

Stone-Wigg keeps DMS on top

The Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League completed its second week of matches last Thursday and so far competition is tighter and more unpredictable than last season.

New probe in FOI wage data release

The Information Commissioner’s office has launched its own investigation into the release of wage data for more than 20,000 work permit holders by the Department of Immigration.

Devils too hot for Ernst & Young

The Dominion Devils claimed top spot on goal difference in the Kings Indoor Futbol League in their 12-5 victory over Ernst & Young.

Alternative investment forum seeks new vision for industry

Megatrends are fundamentally shifting the alternative investment industry.

Firms file injunction over wage data release

The information manager for the Immigration Department faces court action over releasing wage data for more than 20,000 work permit holders to the media.

Bush race may have photo finish

Cayman’s most grueling and exciting race is approaching and weekend warriors are again relishing the challenge.

Gamba's girls help Sunset rise

Sunset Football Club’s women’s team dominates the female game locally and they need not worry about whether the next generation will maintain their grip on trophies because girls barely out of their nappies are being groomed for the future.

Prep reaches their goal

Cayman Prep and High School sent three six-a-side football teams to compete in the Bahamas over the weekend and although no team won outright, it was a great experience for the kids to hone their skills and test themselves against international opposition.

Olympians warmed to quick dip

Two Olympic swimming medalists escaped the wintry chills of their U.S. cities to visit Cayman last week and their support of a series of events to raise money for the swimming program was well received.

'Godfather' replaces 'Terminator' at investment summit

Al Pacino will replace Arnold Schwarzenegger in next month's Alternative Investments Summit.

Sponsors give gymnasts a lift

The Cayman Islands Gymnastics Association has attracted local sponsors to provide three talented and committed young gymnasts with scholarships for the upcoming season.

PAC must be held to account

The Public Accounts Committee, perhaps more than any other, must itself be accountable to the public.

Olympians dive in to help out

Two Olympic swimming gold medalists are in Cayman this week to support a series of events that will raise money for the swimming program.

Education chief moving to St. Helena

Chief Education Officer Shirley Wahler plans to leave the post after more than seven years at the helm of the islands' public school system.

Bo Miller's infrastructure fund set for 2015 launch

An infrastructure fund that will allow Cayman Islands residents to invest in major capital works will be registered with the Cayman Islands Monetary Association in January and will be in a position to bid for public and private sector projects in 2015, according to its founder.

St. Ignatius Christmas drawing winners

Local physician Obinna Eleweanya won the top cash prize of $25,000 from the St. Ignatius Catholic Church and School's annual Christmas drawing.

Cayman Alternative Investment summit returns

The event will bring together institutional investors and alternative investment experts at a two-day event at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.

Frazer found that extra edge

The Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League’s final evening last week got under way with the two top teams going head to head to determine who claimed this season’s top honors.

Kobras still deadliest

The Baker Tilly Corporate Squash league round 8 provided some strong competition with a late surge from Sea Elements.

No legal protections in case of data theft

Financial institutions in Cayman face the same threats as anywhere else, and the islands have no data protection laws.

Tennis Federation online now

The Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands now has its own website which sets out the numerous activities that the organization is involved.

Ecay Traders shoot for Eagles

Youth roller hockey action continues into December at Kings Sports Centre.

St. Ignatius Christmas raffle tickets on sale

The main annual fundraiser for the church and school concludes Dec. 17 with a Christmas concert and prize drawing.

Kobras suddenly look deadly

Both DMS and KPMG Cobras were on fire in the sixth round of the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League, each claiming the maximum 13 points against their respective opponents.

Schwarzenegger to keynote Cayman Alternative Investment Summit

Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will headline the Alternative Investment Summer in February.

Bud Light drink up strong finish

Bud Light have plenty to be merry about on the diamond.

Regulators pour out Coors Light

The Home Gas Regulators are the newest champions on the diamond.

‘Three Rs’ of 
schools inspection: 
Review, report, release

The announcement of a comprehensive inspection of Cayman Islands schools is cause for cautious optimism.

Academies examined in review of Cayman Islands schools

A review of the Cayman Islands education system will include an assessment of the suitability of U.K.-style academies in the territory.

Landfill project to span two governments

The completion of Cayman's comprehensive waste management project remains several years away.

Supernovas silence Bud Light batters

The Intertrust Supernovas claimed glory on the diamond in dramatic fashion.

Cayman’s schools under the microscope

Government is spending almost $300,000 on a pair of reviews that will look at the quality of teaching and leadership in all Cayman Islands schools and evaluate the overall standard of the education system.

Ecay Traders credit young talent for dominance on the rink

The Ecay Traders have proven thus far that they are the team to beat on the rink.

Chuggers march back to the finals

With two outs in the fifth inning, trailing by seven runs and their high-powered offense sputtering, things looked bleak for the defending B-League champions Coors Light Chuggers last week..

Hockey league

Kings Sports Centre is bracing for more youth roller hockey league action.

Sea Elements on a crest of a wave

The Baker Tilly Corporate squash league round 5 was an extremely lively evening at the South Sound Squash Club. S & M Mixed Breed showed DMS who’s boss by dominating them with an 11-4 game win, ultimately pushing them from pole position down to sixth and stabilizing their second placing last Thursday.

Ryan cruises ahead of locals

The Pirates Week 5K is Cayman’s oldest swimming tradition and although the numbers are relatively small, the enthusiasm is always immense.

Meanwhile … at the landfill

In May 2013, the Progessives took power, pledging to keep any landfill out of Bodden Town, and assuring us they had an alternative solution for the George Town dump. They didn't.

Sporty Pirates Week on the way

The Cayman Islands national festival will offer plenty of events for local sports people.

Consultants engaged for $500,000 to produce 50-year waste plan

Government asks consultants to map out a 50-year solid waste management plan.

Stafford overcomes stiff handicap

In Round 4 of the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash league, DMS, S&M Mixed Breed and UBS were all successful.

Whoppers stacking up on the rink

The Burger King Whoppers are strong contenders in the 10 and Under division of the youth roller hockey league at Kings Sports Centre.

George Town kids netted more fun

George Town Primary kids are having a blast with introductory tennis lessons this term, thanks to sponsorship from KPMG.

KPMG enjoys double success

The Baker Tilly Corporate Squash league’s third week was an entertaining evening, culminating in a reshuffle of the league table.

Magnum Cup league is netting plenty of corporate fun

Corporate league tennis at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is in full swing, and after four weeks, five teams are still undefeated.

Titans, Crabbies lead playoff push

A number of veteran teams are in prime position for softball glory.

Predators hunt down Canadiens

The PwC Predators are now atop the standings in local youth hockey.

New head for Chamber pensions

Cayman's largest private sector retirement plan has new leadership.

Jervis was too sharp

Round 2 of the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League at the South Sound Squash Club saw the early leaders having to dig deep for victory.

Traders and Canucks set the pace at Kings, Kehoe dazzles

The Ecay Traders and KPMG Canucks are leading the charge on the rink.

DMS confident of completing hat-trick

The club squash league returns this week with a new sponsor and defending champions DMS hope to impose their dominance on the opposition for a third season.

Traders sport best start

Youth hockey is going into its fourth week of action.

Business in brief

A roundup of local business news

Delta had best touch

The touch rugby season finished with its finals last week and the customary annual end of season dinner will be held at Grand Old House on Friday.

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