ARTICLES BY MARK MUCKENFUSS
Richard Wildman is big on Visible Learning.
John Bonwell McLean was remembered Tuesday as the man who helped bring East End into the modern age, and had a hand in developing much of the infrastructure that made the Cayman Islands what it is today.
This year is not shaping up as a good one for Cayman’s coral population.
Visitors murmured in small pockets, an honour guard snapped through its ceremonial routine and well-known Cayman faces mingled with others paying their respects as former politician John McLean lay in state on Monday in the foyer of Legislative Assembly building.
Nearly 70 athletes took to the water and the road for the sixth running of the Mercuryman triathlon/aquabike event on Sunday.
Despite a government surplus and the promise last year of a 1 Sept. wage increase for teachers, Education Ministry officials now say teachers won’t get the expected bump in salary for another year.
Homesharing is expanding in Cayman.
Cayman’s largely unregulated boating community may be getting some new rules.
A new report from the Office of Education Standards says Cayman Islands education has improved overall in the last five years, but that students are still under-performing when compared to international standards.
KAABOO Cayman organisers say ticket holders for the cancelled 2020 festival should expect to see their money refunded in the next two weeks.
Musician Derrick McKay was typical of those reacting to Sunday’s announcement that KAABOO Cayman 2020 had been cancelled.
Following weeks of rumour and speculation, officials have announced that the largest music festival in Cayman’s history is a one-off.
If something is not done, Fred Burton says, the Cayman parrot may cease to be.
The University College of the Cayman Islands is the latest to join in the effort to boost the number of coders in Cayman.
Preliminary test results show Year 11 Cayman students improving over last year while Year 6 scores declined.
With a boating accident that killed two men earlier this month still fresh in people’s minds, North Side Legislative Assembly Member Ezzard Miller is hoping the government will finally act on legislation passed in 2015 calling for greater regulation on maritime vessels.
Tuesday morning the buses were once again rolling. Alarm clocks rang earlier. Dormant backpacks were pulled on. And many parents breathed a sigh of relief.
This may not be the best space for someone with obsessive compulsive disorder. Straight lines are in short supply.
Without the Cayman Islands Government’s scholarship programme, Deondra Kelly said her college career would have been far different.
Convicted murderer Brian Borden and rapist Jeffrey Barnes appeared before the Court of Appeal on Thursday morning to appeal for lighter sentences.