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Junior tennis tournament schedule announced

The Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands has announced that PricewaterhouseCoopers will be sponsoring a series of junior tournaments in 2019.

Festive runners take part in Jingle Bell Run

Donning elf outfits, Santa hats and gingerbread man T-shirts, walkers and runners descended on the Holiday Inn at SafeHaven Sunday morning to take part in the ever-colorful annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk.

Second helicopter approved for RCIPS

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is doubling its air force. With the help of the U.K. government, the agency is purchasing a second helicopter. It is expected to be in use by mid- to late 2019.

In Focus: NKY’s 10/10 Fashion Show

Designer NKY held its 10/10 Fashion Show Thursday night in Camana Bay to celebrate its 10th anniversary and to raise funds for Big Brothers, Big Sisters.

Premier hosts London dinner

Past and present governors of the Cayman Islands attended a dinner hosted by Premier Alden McLaughlin in London last week.
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16 shih tzu dogs removed from home

The Department of Agriculture removed 16 shih tzu dogs, aged between one and three years old, from a home in George Town.

National Gallery opens two exhibits

Two new exhibits open Tuesday at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands. One looks into Cayman’s past, while the other looks at how young artists in the islands are being encouraged to develop their craft.
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NiCE program continues through Friday

Almost all of the 518 people who applied for seasonal work will benefit from the National Community Enhancement Winter Project, which is currently under way.

Police to get new $11 million helicopter

The helicopter, which will be used alongside the unit’s existing aircraft, is expected to be in operation by the middle of next year.

Tips for hosting a party with minimum stress

The days leading up to the holidays tend to be among the busiest of the year, with lots of celebrations taking place over a few short weeks.

Comedy Road Show takes performances mobile

The Cayman Islands International Storytelling Festival, Gimistory, is being revamped to return in 2019/20 but in its place this year, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation will present the traveling Cayman Christmas Comedy Show.

Scubaluminations brings Santa in by water

Films, books and poems always have Santa in his sleigh, flying through the air while being pulled by a team of magical reindeer. They also talk about him entering homes via chimneys in the night.

Ritz-Carlton unveils sweet Christmas display

The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman officially unveiled its Christmas gingerbread and chocolate display Wednesday to the delight of some of its young guests and other visitors.

North Side celebrates Cayman Thanksgiving

Schoolchildren joined local seniors and other residents of North Side Saturday to share a meal and discussions at a joint Celebrate Cayman and Cayman Thanksgiving dinner last weekend.

System kicks up waves but no rain expected

A high-pressure system over the southwest United States is bringing strong winds and rough seas to the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Compass is the Cayman Islands' most trusted news website. We provide you with the latest breaking news from the Cayman Islands, as well as other parts of the Caribbean.

DEH amends Brac bulk waste schedule

Bulk waste collections in areas of Cayman Brac will begin later than originally scheduled, according to the Department of Environmental Health.

Christmas beef inspection reminder

The Department of Environmental Health is reminding slaughtermen, butchers and livestock farmers of the arrangements regarding the inspection of locally slaughtered animals in the Cayman Islands during the upcoming Christmas Season.

Road closures this weekend

Harbour Drive and Cardinall Avenue will be closed between Shedden Road and Fort Street, between 7:30 p.m. Friday night and 3 a.m. Saturday morning, for the Prowess Music Concert in George Town, police advised.

CUC schedules West Bay power outage

Some Caribbean Utilities Company customers in West Bay will experience power outages between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Wednesday, according to the company.

Cayman ranks top for underwater photography

The Cayman Islands has been ranked as the Caribbean’s top destination for underwater photography by the readers of Scuba Diving magazine.
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