Pandemix group fundraises for trip to Canada

Hurley’s Supermarket shoppers were entertained with lively steel pan music Saturday as Cayman Pandemix took to the supermarket front to raise money for an upcoming trip to Canada.

50 years ago: Little Cayman skeleton update

​In the June 28, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, "Cayman Brac Calling" correspondent Lilian Ritch wrote:

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UK’s ambassador to Peru gets Cayman governor post

The United Kingdom has mined its international diplomatic pool for Cayman’s next governor.

Premier: No ‘mass grants’ of permanent residency

Just one out of the 10 permanent residence applications considered by the Caymanian Status and Permanent Residency Board Thursday received approval, according to government officials.

Senior immigration officer’s trial adjourned again

Senior immigration officer Garfield "Gary" Wong has had his Traffic Court trial adjourned again, this time until Aug. 29.

No charges yet in exotic pet investigation; animals likely put down

No one has been charged as yet in connection with a Customs investigation that followed the discovery of an exotic pet, a sugar glider possum, on a Cayman Airways jet.

No convictions in motorbike crackdown

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has seized 25 illegal motorbikes, including non-street legal dirt bikes, since last December when officers began a crackdown on speeding, disruptive groups of bikers on local roads.

Judge asks for public’s help with firearms ‘scourge’

After sending four men to prison for possession of unlicensed handguns on Friday, Justice Michael Wood asked the public for help in wiping out what he called a firearm "scourge."

Convicted killer Osbourne Douglas sent to United Kingdom

A Caymanian man convicted in a gang-related murder that occurred in mid-2015 has been sent to the U.K. prisons service "until further notice."

Succulent mangoes aplenty at festival

The weekend’s Mango Festival was a juicy affair for locals and tourists alike at the National Museum on Harbour Drive.

1% of election votes were disqualified

Roughly one percent of those participating in the Cayman Islands May 24 General Election had their votes disqualified, either due to an improperly marked ballot paper or a late postal ballot.
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After series of dog attacks, police warn owners of ‘obligations’

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service and Department of Agriculture released a statement Friday reminding pet owners of their obligations after a spate of pet attacks in Cayman this year.
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