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Friday, January 24, 2020

Alvaro Serey

Alvaro Serey


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Cats and cars continue to threaten Sister Islands iguanas

For the Sister Islands Rock Iguana, survival requires a bit of luck. Between feral cats and speeding cars, this once-dominant lizard species is struggling to reach adulthood.

Same-sex marriage ruling overturned

Chief Justice Anthony Smellie's previous ruling legalising same-sex marriage has been overturned by the Court of Appeal.

Foster’s opens Camana Bay location

Foster’s opened its new 60,000 square foot supermarket in Camana Bay on 31 Oct. at 10:30am. The supermarket operator broke ground on what will...

First birds released from new parrot sanctuary

In a lush green setting in East End, a dozen Cayman parrots are being rehabilitated, ready to be returned to the wild.

A passion for Flamenco

Zavala was born in Phoenix, Arizona but moved around to many locations with her family, including western Australia for two years. It was when...

All hail Cayman’s queen!

Describing Kadejah Bodden as the new Miss Cayman Islands Universe only hints at a fraction of what this 23-year-old Bodden Towner has accomplished. With...

Take a journey… ‘Into the Woods’

The Cayman Drama Society will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2020. From humble acorns, great trees have grown over the years, sprouting productions...


We are setting up for our interview with Sara Collins in her stunning Grand Cayman home, as she packs for her night flight to...

Get tatted at Xclusive Ink!

Aaron Bernardo is one of those people who has managed to take his passion and channel it into a successful business. One simply has...

Workers install 75-foot, glass-bottom pool

A 75-foot-long glass-bottom swimming pool was swinging in the air high above South Church Street in George Town Saturday morning.

Campers head to beach for Easter

Hundreds of holiday campers will flock to Cayman’s beaches this weekend, carrying on a beloved Easter tradition for the islands’ residents.

Large blue iguana nest brings promise of healthy hatchlings

Grand Cayman has its first captive-bred, blue iguana nest of the year, and researchers are hopeful that the sheer number of eggs will mean a healthy batch of hatchlings this summer. 

Peter the iguana basks in royal limelight

After a highly publicised visit last week from the Prince of Wales, who greeted the rare, Caymanian reptile with a beaming smile and a ginger pat on the head, Peter is basking in his 15 minutes of fame.

Cayman men’s team wins as rain cuts short softball tournament

The finals of the Nicaragua International Softball Tournament were rained out on Sunday, and the teams with the most runs scored through three games were crowned champions.

Pan in de City opens Grand Cayman’s Pirates Week

The sounds of steel pan music filled the streets once again in Grand Cayman Thursday night for the opening of Pirates Week with the Pan in de City showcase.

Weekender Spotlight

Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton highlights upcoming concerts in south Florida, the Eclipze Cut-a-Thon, Oktoberfest and more.

Weekender Spotlight

Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton gives the latest on upcoming fundraisers and other events on Cayman's social calendar.

Weekender Spotlight

Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton talks Emmys, events, local DJs, Shakesepeare and more.

Video update: Hurricane Irma shakes Miami en route to Gulf Coast

The fierce eye of Hurricane Irma roared ashore in Florida, first hitting the Keys and then heading to the western coastline.

Video update: Hurricane Irma’s impact on the Caribbean

Hurricane Irma continued its inexorable path through the Caribbean, leaving a trail of destruction in its path.

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