Mental health facility faces more delays

Plans for a $1-million mental health facility in East End face further delays with government re-opening the bidding process for construction of the new development.

Brac public speaking contest winners announced

Siri Batta of Spot Bay Primary School and Prenav Anu of Layman E. Scott High School are winners of this year’s Claudette Upton Keeley Public Speaking contest.

Late 2020 new target for mental health facility

More details have emerged on the progress of the mental health facility planned on 15 acres of land in East End.
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Brac residents urged to dispose of metal waste

Cayman Brac residents are being urged by the Department of Environmental Health to transport derelict vehicles and other metal waste to the Cayman Brac Landfill by Feb. 26.

Brac man pleads guilty to causing road death

Paul Mannix Scott pleaded guilty in Grand Court on Friday to causing the death of Sharon Gayle-Clarke by driving dangerously on Feb. 27, 2018 near the intersection of Bight Road with Tibbetts Turn in Cayman Brac.
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Beach bar proposal turned down for East End

The Central Planning Authority has rejected plans for a beachside bar and restaurant in East End.

Spend an enlightening weekend in Little Cayman

Do you fancy a getaway without all the drama of international travel? Consider signing up for a trip to Little Cayman with Art Nest in March.

Cayman Brac divers make rare whale shark sighting

Scuba divers on Cayman Brac got the thrill of a lifetime this weekend when the biggest fish in the ocean showed up to play.

Young Brac author pens second book

Cayman Brac author Joshua Dilbert released his second book, “Sarma,” last week.

PAWS washes dogs for a good cause

The Protection of Animal Welfare Society, known as PAWS, held a free community dog wash in East End over the Heroes Day weekend. Susanna Gatta, one of the organization’s co-founders, said that more than 25 dogs were washed and registered with PAWS over the course of the event.

Brac hospital staff completes air medical training

Six members of the Faith Hospital’s medical team completed Cayman Brac’s first air medical training course. According to the Health Services Authority, the training will enhance the safety of critically ill or injured patients needing airlift services from the Brac.

Woman arrested for drug charges on Brac

Police and customs officers arrested a 31-year-old woman on Cayman Brac on Friday following a drug operation.

New Sister Islands commander seeks more police presence

The new police area commander appointed to the Sister Islands says he would like to see a larger police presence on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.

Date set for Fidelity Cross Island Relay

The organizers of the annual Fidelity Cross Island Relay have announced that the 45th edition of the event will take place on Sunday, Feb. 3.

10 new government buildings planned for Brac

Ten government-led construction projects are planned on Cayman Brac in early 2019, including new customs and immigration buildings, a new planning, lands and survey building, and a new vehicle inspection center.

Friendly Lane and other tales

It’s one of the shortest streets on Grand Cayman, but how Friendly Lane got its name is a big mystery.

Restored glass-bottom boat now Little Cayman tourist vessel

A tour operator has opened a window into Little Cayman’s underwater treasures for non-divers or snorkelers after he spotted an abandoned glass-bottom boat while walking home from work one day.
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Brac gears up for fundraiser

Cayman Brac’s National Trust branch will hold its annual winter fundraiser, the Octopus’s Garden Party, on Saturday, Jan. 26, during the Heroes Day holiday weekend.

Former Brac labor inspector sues government

Former Cayman Brac Senior Labor Inspector Sandra Solomon is suing the Ministry of Human Resources and Immigration, claiming that she has been subject to an unwarranted workplace investigation, and that she suffers ongoing depression and anxiety as a result.

LIFE donates books to East End students

Santa made a special surprise visit to East End Primary School this week to present each of the school’s 92 students with two books for Christmas.
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