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Friday, January 24, 2020

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ARTICLES BY STAFF

CEC sponsors Digital Cayman

Cayman Enterprise City has made a five-year $250,000 founding sponsorship commitment to the Digital Cayman not-for-profit initiative.

GirlForce 100 mentoring initiative enters fourth year

GirlForce 100, 100 Women in Finance’s female youth-mentoring initiative, recently launched its fourth year of operation with an introductory session to 45 mentees at...

Crestbridge enters US joint venture

Crestbridge and Willow Street have announced a fiduciary services joint venture in the US. The joint venture between international family-office-services provider Crestbridge and Wyoming-based Willow Street will enable families with US-based interests to access a global platform for protecting and structuring their wealth and assets.

Eco-friendly ‘Roaring ’20s’ party planned for Brac

The Cayman Brac District Committee of the National Trust will hold an eco-friendly fundraiser next month with a ‘Roaring 20s’ theme.

Fire Service asks public not to tackle big fires

The Cayman Islands Fire Service is urging members of the public to leave the task of putting out fires to the professionals.

Dozen Proud of Them Caymanians named

Twelve young Caymanians, ranging in age from 14 to 24, have been named the 2020 Proud of Them honourees for their achievements in academics, sports, career and community service.

Airport hickatees, tarpon, mosquito fish relocated

Cayman Islands Airports Authority staff and volunteers have relocated dozens of wildlife species to neighbouring ponds at Owen Roberts International Airport to facilitate upgrades, according to the CIAA.

Revised voters list to be released

The Elections Office will publish its latest revised voters list on Tuesday, 21 Jan.

Power cut causes water outage

Homes and businesses in George Town and Savannah experienced low water pressure or complete water outages Monday morning following a power cut, the Water Authority - Cayman reported.
Dr. Bella Beraha

International speakers to feature at heart symposium

The Cayman Heart Fund’s 13th annual International Symposium in March will feature cardiovascular disease specialists who will talk about the latest research, technology and advancements in heart medicine and healthcare.

School bus involved in collision in Savannah

A school bus carrying Theoline McCoy Primary School students was involved in a collision on Shamrock Road in Savannah on Monday morning.

Air conditioning entrepreneur opens filter manufacturing plant

Local entrepreneur Alex Dilbert hast started a new company, Caribbean Filtration, complementing his Eco House business, an eco-friendly air conditioning and spray foam insulation...

Ministry provides financial services outlook

The Ministry of Financial Services updated more than 400 industry practitioners on the latest developments in financial services on Friday, 10 Jan. at The...

Campbells celebrates 50th anniversary

The law firm that was founded by Bruce Campbell in 1970 has come a long way. From humble beginnings as a one-man band operating...

Cullers remove 464 lionfish from reefs

Four teams took part in the latest lionfish culling tournament and caught more than 460 of the invasive species.

Week-long traffic diversion scheduled for Shamrock Road

A section of Shamrock Road, near the Chrissie Tomlinson roundabout, will be closed for a week, starting on Thursday, 16 Jan., while the Caribbean Utilities Company carries out roadworks.

Port deputy director steps down

The Port Authority’s deputy director James Parsons has retired from the role.

Police name deceased snorkeller

Police on Tuesday named the snorkeller who died off George Town on Saturday as 72-year-old Jack Joseph Pardo from North Carolina, USA.

Bins sit ready for old Christmas trees

The Department of Environmental Health is inviting the public to deposit discarded natural Christmas trees at bins at three locations throughout Grand Cayman.

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