A radio greeting to Cayman from sea

At age 17, Andrew Eden of Savannah joined his first crude oil tanker, the Dea Maris, with National Bulk Carriers in 1966. Eden started as a messman, earning US$132 a month, but he quickly worked his way up the ladder. Taking advantage of correspondence courses, he ascended to the status of chief engineer by the age of 25.

Deaf tourist inspires students

Architect Thomas Posedly and his wife Penny visited Lighthouse School to sign his life story to the students and staff on Friday.

Round three wraps for Alex Alexander Memorial Cup

The first game of round three in the Alex Alexander Memorial Cup featured Fidelity Cayman...

Corporate volleyball league opens serve

MUFG took to the court for the first time in Corporate Volleyball history to take...

Barnes takes second at FasTrak Collegiate

Lacee Barnes, Cayman’s five-time CARIFTA Games medallist, competed at the FasTrak Collegiate meet in Houston,...

Academy SC bests George Town SC

Academy SC beat George Town SC 2-1 Saturday night at the Annex, in a contentious...

UFC 246 predictions

The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, will host Ultimate Fighting Championship 246 on Saturday...

Cayman’s pre-season cricket tournament bowls into action

The Bodden Town Eagle Rays, West Bay Loggerheads and George Town Hammerheads kicked off a...

Interactive map: How the port will impact life in the harbour

Much of the debate around the cruise berthing facility has centered on the potential impact on the wrecks and reefs in the harbour. Amid conflicting reports about the health of the marine life in the impacted area, we enlisted the help of underwater photographer Courtney Platt and produced an interactive graphic to demonstrate exactly what lies beneath the glassy surface.

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