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All Stars A won the Cayman Islands Netball Association League Saturday, 29 May, after defeating Rising Stars 53-52 in the finals at the John Gray High School gymnasium.
Cayman Islands netball pioneer Pauline Bodden passed away, Sunday, 23 May. She was 59.
Cayman is fielding 11 female candidates in the upcoming election, representing just over one-fifth of the total number of contenders, with fewer women running compared to 2017.
The Older Persons’ Council is seeking input from Cayman’s senior citizen population and their families through a series of meetings in each of the Cayman Islands’ six districts.
Saying local seniors “now have a voice to represent them,” Premier Alden McLaughlin named the 15 members of Cayman’s first Council for Older Persons as part of July’s Older Persons Law.
The Netball International Federation has honored netball maven Lucille Seymour with a Service Award for her contributions to the sport.
Petty crime, traffic and jobs for Caymanians were among the big talking points as the three Prospect candidates faced off in the latest pre-election debate.
A record 63 candidates will contest the Cayman Islands general election on May 24 after a frantic day of nominations across the country generated some surprises.
Lucille Seymour is a Progressives candidate for Prospect.
The Cayman Islands Cabinet has approved the purchase of property adjacent to Smith Cove public beach for US$5.4 million (CI$4.4 million), Planning Minister Kurt Tibbetts said Wednesday. The price is about US$1.2 million more than a private developer bought the same parcel of land for in 2015.
We must not forget, now and in the future, how this woman from our neighbor Jamaica shared her business and financial acumen.