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.

Public Service Pensions Board opens on the Brac

The Public Service Pensions Board has officially opened its office on Cayman Brac. On Friday, Governor Martyn Roper, Deputy Governor Franz Manderson and other officials led the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the office on Dennis Foster Road.

Divers go to unexplored depths at Little Cayman

Divetech’s annual dive event ‘Innerspace’ is typically held on Grand Cayman, but organisers wanted to go somewhere unique for the event’s 15th year.

Hundreds turn out for Braccanal

It was a jump-up good time for those attending Cayman Braccanal last Saturday.

Cayman may be spot of hope in coral survival

Gretchen Goodbody-Gringley, a scientist with the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences who visited the Central Caribbean Marine Institute in Little Cayman for several days recently, said the islands’ reefs have fared better than some other places in the Caribbean and around the world when it comes to coral health.

Cayman’s island-hopping lizards offer evolutionary insight

Most visitors to Cayman Brac will likely not have noticed one of the island’s now established transplants: the Maynard’s anole.

Rum Point outing for North Side seniors

While most people were getting back to work after the four-day weekend, North Side seniors were having their beach outing in the more tranquil, post-holiday Rum Point ambience on Tuesday.

Jewish sailors arrive in Brac for Shabbat

Four Israeli army friends living out a childhood dream of travelling Christopher Columbus’s passage through the Caribbean ended up in Cayman Brac on Friday.

Little Cayman drugs arrest

A 48-year-old man was arrested in Little Cayman on Saturday on suspicion of possession of cocaine and ganja.

Brac seaman gets help with wheelchair ramp

A former seaman on Cayman Brac is having a much easier time getting out of his house after a ramp was installed at his home with the help of an assistance programme for seniors.

Youngsters shine in Lions Brac pageant

About 350 people packed into the Brac Aston Rutty Centre Saturday night to see their little ones perform in the Lions Club of Cayman Brac’s fourth annual Mini Miss, Mini Master and Little Miss contest.

Police commissioner hears from Brackers

Commissioner of Police Derek Byrne was on Cayman Brac last week to meet with residents and hear their concerns at a community meeting.
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Mini, Little Miss and Master contest set for Brac

The Lions Club of Cayman Brac is hosting its fourth annual Mini and Little Miss and Master contest this Saturday at the Aston Rutty Civic Centre.

Prince tours Sister Islands, meets with locals

Large crowds do not often assemble on Cayman Brac, but hundreds gathered Thursday on the island’s Bluff to see Prince Charles cut the ribbon on the new 25-metre swimming pool – his first task upon arrival in the Sister Islands.

Divi demolition under way on Brac

If you have not travelled to the Brac in a while and are going there for Prince Charles’s visit on Thursday, you may notice a marked change to the Divi Tiara Beach resort site.

Brac Agriculture Show returns

Cayman Brac residents and visitors gathered at the Brac Agriculture Grounds on the Bluff on Saturday for the 16th annual Brac Agriculture Show.

North Sider wins Agriculture Show $20,000 raffle draw

Mariza Dixon, a resident of North Side, is the winner of the Cayman Islands Agriculture Show $20,000 raffle draw.

Irish eyes shining on Little Cayman

Maxine Moore of McCoy’s Lodge, left, on Little Cayman hosted a St. Patrick’s Day gathering at the weekend to help raise funds for an upcoming school trip for Little Cayman Primary School.

Demolition of Divi Tiara planned

After being vacant for more than a decade, work will begin Monday to demolish the Divi Tiara Beach resort on Cayman Brac, according to Scott Development operations manager Mervyn Scott.
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