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Final inspection finds good progress at Cayman Brac’s West End school

The last inspection of 10 Cayman Islands government primary schools has been completed. The Office of Education Standards published its report on Cayman Brac’s West End Primary School on Thursday.

Brac man in court over ammunition

A Cayman Brac resident appeared in Summary Court in Grand Cayman Tuesday, accused of being reckless or negligent while in possession of ammunition.

Trial set for Christmas Eve cocaine robbery

A September trial has been set for three men accused of involvement in the cocaine robbery at Morritt’s Tortuga Resort in East End on Dec. 24 last year.

Brac emergency response team set up

Cayman Brac now has its own Community Emergency Response Team.

Brac resident keeps watch on the seas

“Calling all ships approaching and passing the Cayman Islands. Anyone receiving my calls?” Cayman Brac resident Raymond Scott spoke into his marine VHF radio on a Tuesday afternoon last month.

Volunteers clean up Little Cayman beach

More than 30 volunteers took part in a cleanup at Jackson Point Beach on Little Cayman Monday.

Man pleads guilty to grievous bodily harm in stabbing case

Jaron Calvin Solomon, 29, pleaded guilty Monday to causing grievous bodily harm to his ex-girlfriend, who was stabbed multiple times. He was originally charged with attempted murder.
Cayman Compass is the Cayman Islands' most trusted news website. We provide you with the latest breaking news from the Cayman Islands, as well as other parts of the Caribbean.

Police investigate two Sunday house fires

Two homes in Grand Cayman’s eastern districts were set on fire Sunday afternoon, the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service reported Monday.

Vital sign monitors donated to Brac care center

The Veterans and Seamen’s Society of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman donated two portable digital electronic vital sign monitors to the Kirkconnell Community Care Centre.

Update: Police conclude underwater search for Brac man

Police scuba divers were continuing to search the waters around Cayman Brac Monday for 54-year-old Linvol Smith amid diminishing hope that he would be found alive.

East End travels south of the border

Hayman Island is located on the northern tip of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, approximately 10,000 miles from the Cayman Islands. That short geography lesson is the origin of a most interesting story.

15 years for carrying cocaine from Brac

A man who admitted to bringing 1.8 pounds of cocaine to Grand Cayman from Cayman Brac was sentenced this week to 15 years’ imprisonment.

Primary students take on marine challenge

Children at Cayman’s public primary schools are being challenged to show their creativity to win a class field trip to the Central Caribbean Marine Institute on Little Cayman.

A reading day for students on Cayman Brac

In celebration of Child Month, Brac primary school and day care centers celebrated a day of literacy on May 1.

George Town man dies in North Side accident

North Side resident Archie Whittaker said he had just arrived home Sunday evening and was getting out of his car when a Honda racing east down North Side Road blasted past him.

Little Cayman Agriculture Show makes big return after hiatus

It took the entire Little Cayman Primary School to supply drinks for the Little Cayman Agriculture Show, which returned on Saturday after a one-year hiatus.

Firearm found in water tank, jury hears

Two witnesses told a Grand Court jury on Monday about seeing a padlocked box in a water tank outside a Cayman Brac apartment occupied by Customs officer Claude Anthony Terry.

‘Foots’ obscenity trial begins on Cayman Brac

The trial of Cayman Brac artist Ronald “Foots” Kynes began Thursday on the Brac, with the prosecution giving an opening statement and presenting two of its witnesses.

East End man pleads guilty to burglary

A man arrested for burglary on Tuesday pleaded guilty Thursday when he appeared in Summary Court.

Race lands on Little Cayman for first time

The Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge made a splash in its Little Cayman debut on Sunday, as nearly half of the island’s population signed up for the event.
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