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ARTICLES BY STAFF

Musicians prepare to ‘Step Into Christmas’

With the Christmas Season in full swing, students from Musicians Ltd. School of Music and Performing Arts are getting excited about displaying their many...

A Night with Legends

The Lions Centre will see the legendary Jamaican Fab 5 band on stage on Friday night for the A Night with Legends concert, presented...

YMCA brings Bingo Bells back

Last December, the YMCA hosted its first bingo night, aptly called Bingo Bells in honour of the holiday season. A fundraiser for the organisation,...

Gear Up raises over US$4,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters

KPMG held its second annual Gear Up event on 21 Nov., raising more than US$4,000 for this year’s beneficiary, Big Brothers Big Sisters of...

Butterfield wins Cayman Bank of the Year

An International banking industry publication has named Butterfield “Bank of the Year 2019” in the Cayman Islands. This is the fifth time in seven years...

Black Friday at Cayman

Cayman Islands shoppers rushed through the doors at Cost-U-Less as soon as the store opened for business at 3am on Black Friday. 

Police investigate “sudden death” outside GT bar

Police are investigating what they called a “sudden death” outside a George Town bar.

Pet of the week

Mary is a young cat who unfortunately was surrendered to the shelter due to her previous owners’ allergies. At the shelter she quickly became...

Pink Ladies Christmas Bazaar

If you are dreaming of a pink Christmas this year, that is probably because the Pink Ladies will be holding their annual Christmas Bazaar...

DCI continues AML checks of non-financial businesses

The Department of Commerce and Investment is continuing inspections of Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions across the Cayman Islands. The inspections, which started in September,...

Chamber of Commerce launches Mentoring Cayman 2020

The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Ministry of Education, celebrated the launch of the 2019/2020 Mentoring Cayman programme on 7...

Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Run

Join the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC) as it kicks off the festive season with the annual Jingle Bell 5K/10K Walk/Run on Sunday at...

National Gallery gala offers ‘A Night at the Museum’

Walk a night in Van Gogh’s shoes or embody your true Frida when art comes to life after dark at the National Gallery’s annual...

Kensington Management celebrates milestone

Management and staff of Kensington Management Group recently celebrated the firm’s 20th anniversary, commemorating this milestone with a US$20,000 donation to the Insurance Managers...

Ogier Latin American team presents at CAIS Brazil

Ogier's Latin American experts will be speaking at the Cayman Alternative Investment Summit Brazil in São Paulo on 3 Dec. and Rio de Janeiro...

Small-business edition of Saturday Night Live comes to GT

A special small-business edition of Saturday Night Live in George Town will take place on Cardinall Avenue Saturday, 30 Nov., from 5pm to 12am. The...

Cayman Compass journalist Carol Winker passes

The Cayman Compass journalist known for riding her bicycle between the newsroom and Cayman’s courthouse where she was a respected fixture, Carol Winker, died...

How much money is Verdant Isle going to make?

One of the concerns highlighted by those opposed to the cruise port is that a private company, Verdant Isle Port Partners, stands to make significant profits from the project. While the company can expect to make a healthy return on their investment if it is successful, the likely profits are not spectacular in the context of a 25-year investment.
Port Debate

Interactive map: How the port will impact life in the harbour

Much of the debate around the cruise berthing facility has centered on the potential impact on the wrecks and reefs in the harbour. Amid conflicting reports about the health of the marine life in the impacted area, we enlisted the help of underwater photographer Courtney Platt and produced an interactive graphic to demonstrate exactly what lies beneath the glassy surface.

Embracing green living

Allan Holdsworth and Javier Bustos were first in line to tap into a new source of renewable energy on-island. In their quest to live as...
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