Cayman has seen some wet weather over the past 48 hours, as Tropical Storm Zeta brought rain and windy conditions to the island.
A series of aerial images of Cayman through the decades shows how quickly the island has changed and how dramatically that has impacted the landscape.
With the help of historians Christopher Williams and Roy Bodden, the Cayman Compass charts the journey the island has taken, including its rapid growth in the past half-century.
Latest news and developments on storm closures in the Cayman Islands.
September is recovery month. As such, the Counselling Centre is joining us to increase awareness and talk about addiction and recovery in the Cayman Islands.
Trust in media. The advent of "fake news". Declining circulation numbers. Shifting to digital, citizen journalism and new revenue models. These are some of the...
You've taken money out of your pension. What's the best thing to do with it now? On this week's Ask the Experts roundtable, Liberty Wealth's...
Residents of Cayman woke to heavy rainfall and windy conditions as Tropical Storm Laura continued is path through the Caribbean.
Masks, staggered starts, sanitation -- we know you have plenty of questions as Cayman heads into the 2020/21 school year. So we've lined up...
Join us Monday at noon for an open Zoom chat, as the Compass takes your calls on the Domestic Partnership Bill.
Today, we discuss topics related to the work place, including remote working and its impact on various sectors, including real estate and immigration.
Following the Education Minister's comments last week, we talk about what the next school year may look like. Joining us to discuss education in...
The Saharan Air Layer dust, currently stretching across the Caribbean will result in hazy conditions across the Cayman Islands.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee, Medical Officer of Health Dr. Samuel Williams-Rodriguez and Health Services Authority CEO Lizzette Yearwood join host Kevin Morales...
As communities worldwide engage in difficult conversations about race and racism, Cayman Islands residents are reflecting on their own experiences.
The daughter of a jazz musician and a James Brown and opera fanatic, Laura Elliott, otherwise known as DJ Lora, was born in Durban, South Africa when rock and metal ruled the airwaves.
James Geary strives to unify many diverse groups by creating unique experiences through passionate music.
DJ LYNXX has been spinning hit after hit from Boston to Stockholm. Performing as a guitarist, pianist, and vocalist, he has perfected the art of music in many forms.
This pair of steel pan players really need no introduction. La Pierre is the son of famed steel pan player, Earl La Pierre, and has been playing the popular Caribbean instrument since he was a child. Lemay is the leader of the award-winning Pan ‘n’ Riddim group.
Groove to the chill sounds of DJ Max Kazakov. Kazakov teaches at the Cayman Music School when he isn’t spinning the tunes or hitting the percussion at local bars and events. He is looking forward to bringing a live performance to his audience, as like many other entertainers, he misses being able to play while curfew regulations are in place.
Join us on Facebook live at 12pm for an Ask the Experts roundtable discussion on pensions. Representatives from the Chamber Pension Plan, Island Heritage and Saxon Pensions will be answering your pension questions.
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DJ Billy Corduroy, famed for his legendary sets at Calico Jack's, takes to the turntables for our Heineken Happy Hour
Around 6,000 workers are expected to return to work in one capacity or another as the first phase of reopening Cayman's economy begins. Retailers,...
The topic of money is top of mind for many during these times where COVID-19 prevention measures have shut down down businesses and left many unemployed.
Heineken Happy Hour: featuring mother-and-daughter duo Kate and Melody Allenger playing the violin and guitar with vocals.
Shaun McCann and Louise Desrosiers, from Travers, Thorp, Alberga, recently joined the Cayman Compass for an Ask the Experts question-and-answer event focussed on family...
Have a question on how COVID-19 prevention measures have impacted family law in Cayman? Legal experts join us to answer your family law questions.
Have a question about COVID-19's impact on the business and tourism industry in Cayman?
Have questions about how COVID-19 impacts your immigration status? Are you an employer wondering what coronavirus restrictions mean for your businesses' ability to hire...
Cayman is under government-mandated curfew to help curb the spread of COVID-19. So we wanted to know, how are you spending your time?
Do you have any questions about COVID-19? We’ll be joined by HSA CEO Lizzette Yearwood Chief Medical Director Dr. John Lee, and Hazard Management Cayman Islands Director Danielle Coleman.
Latest breaking news and updates on the coronavirus pandemic. Follow the Cayman Compass for factual and trusted news and stay informed.
High winds have re-ignited the fire at the George Town landfill and the Cayman Compass editorial team is providing live updates to keep you informed with the latest news.
Do you have any questions or concerns about traffic, employment rights or the path to becoming Caymanian? If so, have those addressed today! The Cayman Compass is pleased to host our first Ask The Experts live question-and-answer session at Noon on Wednesday 5 Feb. We'll be joined by RCIPS Media Officer Jodi-Ann Powery, HSM Chambers Partner Nick Joseph and Department of Labour & Pensions Senior Labour Officer Janelle Muttoo to answer your questions.
Beneath the crystal-clear waters of the Cayman Islands lies the wreckage of almost 200 ships. Spanning the centuries from sail-powered British naval frigates to...
Ever wonder where you can catch a direct flight to and from the Cayman Islands? We’ve got you covered! Check out our interactive map and let us know where you’d like to fly this year
Following Bernie Bush’s departure from the Unity Government to the Opposition, the makeup of Cayman’s Legislative Assembly changed. Here’s an updated interactive representation of...
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.