Cayman Belizeans celebrate Garifuna Settlement Day

Belizeans who have adopted the Cayman Islands as their home came together in prayer as well as enjoyed lively festivities to celebrate their native holiday, Garifuna Settlement Day.

Cats and cars continue to threaten Sister Islands iguanas

For the Sister Islands Rock Iguana, survival requires a bit of luck. Between feral cats and speeding cars, this once-dominant lizard species is struggling to reach adulthood.

Brac cyclist builds double-decker bikes from parts

Miguel Porter is fast becoming famous in Cayman Brac for ‘raising the bar’ when it comes to taking spare parts and rebuilding bikes that...

Grace Christian Academy collects food to stock local pantries

Students at Grace Christian Academy in West Bay collected canned goods and non-perishable items for those within the community who are in need. The collection...

Port opponents kick off campaign with rally

A crowd of more than 200 people filled much of Celebration Park in downtown George Town Wednesday night as the Cayman Port Referendum group held its first rally in the runup to the 19 Dec. vote.

Transportation and business focus of Hew address

A new Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing office in West Bay, improved transportation and enhanced cybersecurity were among the items Minister of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure Joey Hew touched on during his address to the Legislative Assembly Wednesday.

CCMI programme inspires students

The seven-year-old Young Environmentalist Leadership Course is designed to expose more Caymanian students to the possibilities of a career related to the marine environment, whether that’s working in the local dive industry, becoming a research scientist or something in between. 

Inspectors say Savannah performance remains weak

Teaching quality an student behavior led concerns, although leadership has improved

Church service opens Older Persons Month

West Bay’s Wesleyan Holiness Church hosted this year’s Older Persons Month opening church service, which was broadcast live by Radio Cayman. Attending the ceremony to...

Years in the making, church shelter nears completion

After years of fundraising, prayers and hard work, Bodden Town’s new church hall and hurricane shelter is expected to be completed next year.
Jermaine Thomas, Pioneer Bakery delivery man.

Pioneer Bakery still rising after 65 years

Ask any Bracker what the best bread in the Cayman Islands is and immediately they will tell you Pioneer Bakery hard dough bread.

Nearly one ton of plastics cleared from Brac beaches

Try to visualise 1,857 pounds of trash – enough to fill 87 tall kitchen trash bags.

Bike shop to open on Brac

A West Bay resident sees Cayman Brac as the ideal place to relax and unwind – and get in shape. So much so, he has...
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‘Surf and Turf’ a hit on Cayman Brac

Adrenaline junkies took over Cayman Brac Saturday for the annual ‘surf and turf’ jet-ski and bike event.

Cayman artist embraces her creative expression on Brac

There’s something undeniably charming about places and things that remind us of simpler times. Cayman Brac is doing that, and more, for some Grand Cayman residents looking to relive that time of their lives.

Business leader with Brac ties to address UCCI

A first-generation American with roots in Cayman Brac will be the keynote speaker at the University College of the Cayman Islands’ commencement ceremony 7 Nov.

Green thumbs creating magic on the Brac

Some gardeners do everything by the book. Others wing it and watch, but Myrtle Green just has a green thumb for producing beautiful plants.

Brac Rotary Club installs new board

The Rotary Club of Cayman Brac installed a new president and board of directors at its annual Changeover Ceremony at the Cayman Brac Beach Resort on 25 June.

Brac Lions install new officers

Cayman Brac Lions recently installed their new officers and board of directors for the upcoming 2019-2020 year.

East End’s Sunrise Cottage seniors home shuts its doors

Elderly residents of East End’s Sunrise Centre have been moved to a residential home in West Bay after the facility closed down.
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