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Local lecturer presents at international event

A lecturer at Cayman Islands Law School has taken her research on the road.

Cut-A-Thon date set

Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa has announced that it will host the 18th annual Cut-A-Thon for Breast Cancer Awareness on Sunday, Sept. 30.

Under 14 Boys international football tournament kicks off this weekend

The Cayman Islands Football Association will host Group D of the Caribbean Football Union Boys’ Under 14 Challenge Series this weekend with double-header games on Saturday, Aug. 18, Monday, Aug. 20, and Wednesday, Aug. 22 at the Ed Bush Field in West Bay.

Weather Service schools Cayman interns

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service is taking knowledge and paying it forward.
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Student snack drive under way

Rotoract and Feed our Future are in the midst of their annual “Ready, Set, Snack!” drive to collect snacks and money from the community in an effort to ensure that children aren’t hungry in school.

DUI suspect charged with assaulting police

A 32-year-old man arrested on suspicion of DUI following a single vehicle collision in West Bay early Saturday was charged with assaulting police after he allegedly kicked an officer.
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Cayman hosts regional pharmacy conference

The public will have a chance to ask pharmacists directly about medications they are currently taking or those they may be curious about at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Victory Tabernacle Church on Eastern Avenue.

Jury notice

Grand Court jurors in the July 4-Oct. 2 session are advised that the report date of Aug. 14 has been changed. Jurors should now report for duty on Aug. 15 at 9:45 a.m.

Cayman falls to Barbados in consolation game

Cayman’s soccer squad fell 1-0 to Barbados in the group stage of the 2018 CONCACAF Girls’ Under 15 Championships.

Jury notice

Jurors in the current Grand Court are advised that they should not report on Monday, Aug. 13, but should report on Tuesday, Aug. 14, at 9:45 a.m.
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Weekender Spotlight: Miss Cayman returns and more

Welcome to your weekend! Saturday night promises plenty of fun, with the return of the Miss Cayman Islands competition at the Westin and singer/songwriter Peter Bacon performing at Hemingways.
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MAIL CALL: North Sound pontoon

Compass readers panned the idea of a tourism pontoon in North Sound. Editorial Writer Jennifer Hemmingsen shares some reactions to the idea of a multi-deck platform near Stingray City Sandbar.

WaterMark condos approved for Seven Mile Beach

The Central Planning Authority has approved plans for a $177 million, 10-story luxury condo complex on Seven Mile Beach.

Police open recruiting to foreigners

Non-Caymanians who have legally resided in Cayman for at least the past four years will be allowed to apply for the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service’s latest recruiting class.

DEH advises on disposal of derelict vehicles

Now that the George Town landfill is again accepting derelict vehicles, the Department of Environmental Health, which operates the dump, is advising the public on the procedure for disposing of such vehicles.

3 new trustees appointed to pensions board

Orrett Connor, Sheree Ebanks and Robin Ellison have joined the Public Service Pensions Board as new trustees.

50 years ago: Replenishing Cayman’s turtle population

In the Aug. 8, 1968 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the following story, titled “Plans ready to replenish turtles in Cayman waters,” appeared:

Delta crowned corporate touch rugby champs again

Delta was crowned Premier Champions of the Tradeview Markets Corporate Summer Touch Rugby League for the second year in a row with a near perfect season.

Traditional music groups release album

A double album featuring popular traditional Cayman groups, the Cayman Islands Folk Singers and the North Side Kitchen Band, will be released next week.

Man arrested in stabbing case

Police arrested a 22-year-old man from East End Thursday on suspicion of attempted murder, following a July 31 stabbing of a man on Sea View Road in East End.
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