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Man found dead in Brac in suspected hit-and-run

In a suspected hit-and-run, a man was found dead in the street early Friday morning on Watering Place Road in Cayman Brac, police reported.

Public invited to attend royal events

Government has released a schedule of public events that Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will attend on Wednesday and Thursday.

New police helicopter touches down

Cayman’s new Royal Cayman Islands Police helicopter arrived at Owen Roberts International Airport on Thursday, greeted with a water cannon salute by the Fire Service.

Extension of exhibition opens

An extension of the National Gallery’s Cayman Islands Biennial exhibition – ‘Cross Currents’ – was formally opened at the Little Cayman Museum by Governor Martyn Roper and his wife Elisabeth Roper on March 15.

Greenhouse, Deloitte dominate week 3 of CIFFA CoEd League

CoEd Teams were on fire for week 3 of the Burger King Flag Football CoEd League.

Rubis accepting scholarship applications

Applications are open for the Rubis Top Student 2019 awards, which provide $15,000 worth of financial grants to students aged 7-12 in the Cayman Islands.

Underwater robotics challenge this weekend

Twenty-four teams from eight high schools will compete in a series of underwater technical events Saturday at the fourth annual Cayman Islands SeaPerch Challenge.

CARIFTA medal expectations: BVI, USVI and Dominica

The U.S. Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands and Dominica may be fielding relatively small teams for the 48th annual CARIFTA games, but they will be coming with big medal expectations for the event, which will take place during Easter weekend (April 20-22) at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.

Catboats to take to the water Saturday

The Cayman Catboat Club will hold its annual David Foster Memorial Race Saturday.

National Trust Glow Run

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands’ Glow Run 5K is back! On March 30, runners, walkers and those pushing strollers are all welcome to join the Trust for a bright and breezy journey through the streets of George Town.

Cayman equestrians rise to meet dressage challenge

Last weekend saw the Cayman leg of the annual international equestrian competition between the Caribbean Islands of Antigua, Bermuda, Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and the Cayman Islands take place at The Equestrian Center, located on the Linford Pierson Highway.

Teams hoping for medal-worthy performances at CARIFTA Cayman

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada and St. Lucia teams are all hoping for medal-worthy performances when they take to the track at the 48th annual CARIFTA Games, being held in Cayman over the Easter weekend at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.

CIFA Youth Football Leagues return

The Cayman Islands Football Association youth leagues returned on Saturday, following a two-week midterm break, highlighted by action in the Girls Under 11, Boys Under 11, Under 13 and Under 15 divisions.
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Spectacular cricket expected this weekend at Derek Wight Elite Finals

The first of two Cayman Cricket Derek Wight Elite Finals are set for the weekend.

US State Department picks UCCI professor for programme

University College of the Cayman Islands assistant professor of arts and humanities Ivan Eubanks has been chosen as one of about 80 U.S. citizens to spend a month working as an English-language specialist for the U.S. State Department in Pakistan this summer.

National Trust to hold birding tour

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands is inviting families to take part in an ‘intimate birding tour’ through the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park this weekend.

Cayman asked to ‘Rock Your Socks’ Thursday

Down Syndrome Cayman Islands and the Special Needs Foundation Cayman are inviting the public to ‘Rock Your Socks’ on Thursday, March 21, which is World Down Syndrome Day.

50 years ago: Big ganja haul; airport fire

In the March 20, 1969 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, a front page story, headlined ‘Big ganja haul’, detailed a seizure of £1,000 worth of drugs. It read:

Fishing tournament postponed due to rough seas

Organisers of the Burger King Big Fish tournament, scheduled for this weekend, announced Wednesday that the event has been postponed because of unfavourable weather.

100+ Women Who Care donate $12.5K to Jasmine

The Cayman Islands chapter of 100+ Women Who Care selected Jasmine (formerly Cayman HospiceCare) to receive the group’s collective donation of more than $12,500 at its March meeting.
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