Cayman Islands


CJ Pick: Deckers in Grand Cayman

Above: Deckers in Grand Cayman JUST ACROSS the road from the world-famous Seven Mile Beach, Deckers Caribbean Inspired Grille is one of Cayman’s go-to spots for fresh seafood. It’s hard to miss, thanks to the London double decker bus that […]


UK's David Cameron Talks Tax With Cayman Islands Officials

Above: UK Prime Minister David Cameron By the Caribbean Journal staff United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron met Saturday with Cayman Islands officials on the issue of “tax, trade and transparency” in London. In a statement, Cayman’s government called the […]


Holiday Inn Opens Grand Cayman Resort

Above: the Holiday Inn Resort Grand Cayman By the Caribbean Journal staff InterContinental Hotels Group has officially opened a Holiday Inn Resort in Grand Cayman. The 117-room, beachfront property is the 35th Holiday Inn Resort in the world, and InterContinental’s […]


Cayman Names New Cabinet

Above: Cayman (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Cayman Premier Alden McLaughlin named his new Cabinet on Tuesday at his government’s first press briefing. McLaughlin himself will hold the portfolio of Home and Community affairs, while Deputy Premier Moses […]

Alden McLaughlin Appointed New Premier of Cayman Islands

Above: Alden McLaughlin By Alexander Britell Alden McLaughlin has been appointed as the new Premier of the Cayman Islands, Governor Duncan Taylor announced Tuesday. The move comes after a decision by outgoing Cayman Islands Premier Juliana O’Connor-Connolly to join the […]

Cayman Islands Election: PPM Wins Most Seats, Coalition Government Likely

Above: the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell The opposition People’s Progressive Movement has won a plurality of seats in the Cayman Islands’ election, according to official results. The PPM, led by Alden McLaughlin, took 9 of […]

Op-Ed: Truth, Lies, Tax and Cayman

By Gonzalo Jalles Op-Ed Contributor IT IS NO SURPRISE that the United Kingdom’s Guardian newspaper has once again attacked the Cayman Islands and other Overseas Territories. What does come as a surprise is when the article is written by a […]

Cayman Readies to Choose Next Leader

Above: the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Cayman Islands will decide Wednesday on its next leader. The vote comes six months after former Cayman Premier McKeeva Bush resigned following his arrest on suspicion […]

A Secret Beach in Grand Cayman

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon JetSetSarah WHAT’S NOT to love about Grand Cayman’s Seven-Mile Beach? Sugar-white sand; glassy turquoise waters; a string of hotels, restaurants and bars right on the sand (shout out to Calico Jack’s!); and a lively, in-the-thick-of-it vibe. But […]


Rum Journal: The Caribbean's 10 Best Beach Drinks

After Caribbean Journal did a list of the top 10 beach bars in the Caribbean, Rum Journal thought it would be appropriate to do a companion list of the 10 best beach drinks in the Caribbean. Indeed, some of them happen […]

Op-Ed: Why Jeffrey Sachs is Wrong on the Cayman Islands

By Gonzalo Jalles Op-Ed Contributor COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY’S finest, Professor Jeffrey D Sachs, has exploded into print for the second time in a week with yet another withering condemnation of The Cayman Islands.  His preferred medium is, once again, the London-based […]

Cayman Joining G5 Multilateral Tax Information Exchange Pilot

Above: Georgetown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Cayman Islands has committed to joining a recently-announced pilot on multilateral automatic exchange of tax information. Cayman expressed its interest in the pilot, which was recently announced by the United […]


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