National Gallery opens ‘Language of Art’ exhibition

The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands is exploring the language of art in its latest exhibition, which opens on Saturday, Sept. 24.

Digicel to move headquarters to Cayman Technology Centre

Digicel will join The Security Centre as an anchor tenant in the Cayman Technology Centre in January 2017.

Stingray Swim Club celebrates 20 years

Stingray Swim Club turns 20 this year and is marking the event with a celebratory gala recognizing its swimmers, families, friends and supporters – past and present.

Record scores for Cayman gymnasts at championships in Bolivia

Gymnasts Samantha Peene and Raegan Rutty competed last week at the Junior Pan American Gymnastics Championships in Sucre, Bolivia. Peene placed 24th and Rutty placed 27th in a field that boasted the top junior talent from North, South and Central America.

Girls Primary Football League kicks off this weekend

The primary school girls will start their football season on Saturday with the CUC Girls Primary Football League Opening Rally at 9 a.m. at the T.E. McField annex in George Town.

Cayman equestrians in combined training shows

A new series of combined training shows was initiated at the Cayman Riding School in Savannah on Sept. 18.

Three amateur golfers head to Mexico

Three of Cayman’s top amateur golfers will take part in the World Amateur Team Championships in Cancun, Mexico, from Wednesday through Saturday.

October ‘fight night’ to feature Cayman female boxer

October’s Lion Centre “fight night” will feature female boxer 16-year-old Chambria Dalhouse in her first international bout against her London counterpart on the main bill.


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