New partnership: Alliance to End Domestic Violence launched

A new multi-agency partnership, the Alliance to End Domestic Violence, was formally launched Tuesday night. It comprises of seven government and non-profit agencies, including the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, the RCIPS and the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH).

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Revised cruise berthing facility plans released

Developers: revisions 'significantly reduced' impact of the project Government on Wednesday released detailed plans showing the updated design of the new cruise and cargo port...

Culinary delights

Ricotta and spinach are typically known as one of the most classic vegetarian pairings in Italian cooking; however, Cayman Cabana puts a Caymanian twist on this classic.

Pic of the day – West End Primary PTA hosts Bingo for Books

Bingo players young and older concentrate on their cards during West End Primary School PTA's ‘Bingo for Books’ night on Monday.

Flow service disrupted

Flow customers throughout Cayman experienced a disruption in service Monday evening. Some customers remained without service into Tuesday morning.

Cayman netballers make historic trip to St. Maarten

Junior and senior squads from the Cayman Islands are set to tip off in the Battle of the Saints Tournament.

Deadline nears for song competition

Musicians have until Friday, 18 Oct. to submit entries for the 2019 Pirates Week National Song Competition.

Looking back in time

Beach Club Colony on Seven Mile Beach circa 1960, which was demolished to make way for a high-end condominium development.

Six dengue cases reported

Six dengue cases have been confirmed in Grand Cayman, with three being locally acquired, according to Medical Officer of Health Dr. Samuel Williams-Rodriquez.

Retail therapy at Camana Bay

Now in its seventh year, the three-hour shopping event runs from 5-8pm at Camana Bay Town Centre, with around 15 shops and restaurants taking part.

Rare albino turtle hatchling found

A routine turtle nest excavation turned up a unique find for the Department of Environment’s turtle team on Friday, when they unearthed a rare albino sea turtle hatchling.

Deadline set for postal ballots

Nearly two dozen voters have signed up for postal ballots for the 19 Dec. referendum on government’s $200 million cruise berthing port and cargo project.

Cuts for a cause

Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa is once again raising awareness – and funds – for breast cancer by opening its doors on Sunday, 20 Oct. for its annual Cut-a-Thon.

Voices for Hospices set to hit the stage

Singrays a capella group is among the performers appearing at Voices Around the World, with shows on Thursday and Friday at the Harquail Theatre.

Ministry names two new deputy chief officers

Two new deputy chief officers are taking up roles at the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports, Agriculture and Lands.

Robotics team visits premier

Members of the Cayman Islands National Robotics Team took their hand-built robot, called ‘345’, on a visit to Premier Alden McLaughlin’s office last week, ahead of their participation in an international competition in the Middle East.

Attempted rape case begins in Grand Court

A woman who alleged she fought off her boss as he tried to rape her gave evidence Tuesday before a Grand Court jury.

Port opposition details expenditures

Officials with the Cruise Port Referendum Cayman organisation said they have spent less than $12,000 so far in their campaign to stop the cruise berthing facility proposed for George Town Harbour.

Defence makes case in ongoing corruption trial

Attorneys for three women accused of defrauding the government through a scheme to pay to pass Immigration Department English-language tests mounted their defence in the Grand Court this week.
Dr. Bella Beraha

Cayman Heart Fund names new directors

The Cayman Heart Fund has made changes to its board of directors. Dr. Bella Beraha is the new chairman, Maureen Cubbon takes up the role of vice chairman and Colleen Mellott joins as a director.

‘Unimaginable’ storm damage

When registered nurse Riley Ondoy touched down in the Bahamas, his 20 years of training prepared him to help those impacted by hurricane Dorian,...

Man mugged in Rock Hole

A man was left nursing minor injuries following a robbery in Rock Hole on Sunday morning.

Saturday Night Live in GT returns

The second edition of Saturday Night Live in George Town has been planned for the end of this month. On Monday George Town Manager and...

John A. Cumber shows some improvement

The Office of Education Standards said Sir John A. Cumber Primary School has made significant progress in improving its weak performance, but still has a long way to go.

Fundraising derby returns

On Wednesday evening, 16 Oct. Hedge Funds Care Cayman Island’s Committee of Hope is bringing back its third annual HFC Cayman Derby, otherwise known...

Cadet Corps leader eager to see new regiment

The head of the Cayman Cadet Corps said she thinks the proposed military regiment for Cayman, announced on Friday, will benefit the corps and the nation.

Local musicians to headline Bahamas aid concert

Cayman’s Barefoot Man George Nowak and band Sea n’ B will be headlining an upcoming ‘Hope for Abaco’ hurricane-relief concert.

Cruise ships return to eastern Caribbean

Cruise lines that once rerouted their ships to Cayman in the aftermath of hurricanes Irma and Maria are now returning to their original calls.

Police get 4 new armed response vehicles

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has added four custom-built Chevrolet Tahoe vehicles to its Firearms Response Unit fleet. The SUVs have been fitted...

Hydes’ career arc revealed in retrospective

In the 1960s, artist Bendel Hydes was painting images of Cayman homesteads, often with a touch of impressionistic foliage on the edges. By the...

Public health meeting on dengue planned

A public health meeting on dengue fever has been planned for this Wednesday in East End.
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