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The Central Planning Authority has approved an application by Aster Cayman MedCity for a 40-acre planned area development at the site of the proposed hospital at the junction of the Esterley Tibbetts Highway and Batabano Road in West Bay.
Former Premier Alden McLaughlin, speaking at a press conference at which the Progressives announced the make-up of its shadow Cabinet today (13 May), said his party had "blindsided" by independents who joined the PACT government after apparently giving undertakings to form an alliance government with the Progressives.
The 7 May paper had a very informative article by James Whittaker about the Needs Assessment Unit . The previous government did a very poor...
Police are searching for a missing teenage girl, who has not been seen since Tuesday night, according to a press release issued today.
Fire crews extinguished a flare-up at the George Town landfill this morning.
Police are investigating a robbery in George Town that took place early on Monday morning.
During her 17 years at the Department of Public Safety Communications, Chelsea Blake has handled various roles, but her recent efforts to talk an injured man through driving himself to the hospital, earned her unprecedented judicial praise.
Collisions in Cayman have steadily increased over the years and so, too, have crashes involving police vehicles.
Despite Cayman's roads being practically deserted during lockdown last year, police issued 3,999 speeding tickets in 2020 – a 30% increase on the year before.
Cayman recorded a 12.8% drop in overall crime last year, partly due to the islands being under strict COVID-19 restrictions for three months and a corresponding increase in police presence, according to the 2020 crime statistics which were released today (12 May).
The Court of Appeal has upheld a drug conviction and prison sentence against Lynden Dwayne Walton.
The National Conservation Council is calling for measures to be put in place to protect turtle nests on a West Bay beach where internet investor Frank Schilling has applied to build an $18 million, 27-apartment development.
Firefighters tackled a large blaze overnight at Beacon Farms, off Frank Sound Road in North Side. The fire at the farm's composting heap destroyed a...
Cayman's Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee appeared on today's Crosstalk to discuss Cayman's vaccination drive and what it means for plans to re-open the Islands' borders.
Residents of the Cayman Island will have two good opportunities later this week to see the space station as it passes overhead.
The Central Planning Authority is scheduled to hear a planning permission application from Aster Caribbean Holdings tomorrow (12 May) regarding its proposed $350 million medical tourism hospital.
Premier Wayne Panton has said the PACT government will not be holding any referendum on a cruise berthing port as the issue, in his view, is now "dead."
David Ebanks' murder is one of over 20 cold cases being looked at by the RCIPS Serious Crime Review Unit, headed by Detective Sergeant Peter Dean.
The government's ramped-up COVID-19 vaccination drive, which included offering prizes to people to show up to get their shots, attracted 1,138 people on Saturday.
Since Friday, 12 travellers have tested positive for coronavirus, with about half of these results coming from people at the end of their quarantine, according to the daily COVID-19 update from Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee.
Premier Wayne Panton says the Cayman Islands plans to push the United Kingdom to add the islands to its green travel list, which comes into effect on 17 May.
New data and reports from Bermuda and the UK have confirmed the real-life effectiveness of vaccines in protecting against severe illness and death.
Aaron Ronaldo Montemayor, 19, who is charged with two counts of breaching quarantine, appeared in Summary Court Monday where his case was adjourned until 24 May.
Cayman Compass journalists Reshma Ragoonath and Alvaro Serey, in partnership with the RCIPS Serious Crimes Review Team, will be highlighting the cold cases under investigation in a new monthly crime investigative series.
The Public Health Department has published the latest schedule for the COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic 10 May – 31 May 2021.
Fred Burton, the man responsible for bringing Cayman’s blue iguanas back from the verge of extinction, was honoured Saturday at the first annual International Blue Iguana Day.
Hundreds turned out at the airport this morning to get inoculated against COVID-19 in a ramped-up vaccination drive.
Cayman has been excluded from Britain's new quarantine-free travel 'green list' despite having a vaccination rate of almost double the UK and no community transmission of COVID-19 since last year.
An investigation is being conducted into alleged misconduct by staff at Red Bay Primary School towards the school's students.
A police investigation has been launched into an incident at Clifton Hunter High School in which three students fell ill after consuming food with an unknown substance on Thursday.
The UK's Privy Council has rejected Cruise Port Referendum Cayman's application for leave to challenge the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal's decision on people-initiated referendums.