Premier: Progressives will bring more PR changes if elected

If re-elected, Premier Alden McLaughlin said, his Progressives government in its first year will make more “significant” changes again to the system that awards permanent residence to non-Caymanians.

‘Variety’ recognizes young producer

A young Caymanian has been recognized by a weekly entertainment trade magazine for her achievements as a female in the entertainment industry.

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Man pleads guilty for ganja

Wayne Bellafonte Jr., 25, was released from custody this week after pleading guilty to possession of ganja for his own use.

‘Variety’ recognizes young producer

A young Caymanian has been recognized by a weekly entertainment trade magazine for her achievements as a female in the entertainment industry.

Botanic Park plant sale this weekend

This Saturday North Side’s Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park will be having a nursery sale just in time for the rainy season, which is rapidly approaching. The sale is being held to mark the end of Earth Month.

50 years ago: Birthday party for one-year-old

In the April 26, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, East End correspondent Charles Dixon wrote:

UPDATED: Two people shot outside bar on Eastern Avenue

An early morning shooting on Eastern Avenue left two people injured Thursday.

Ministry investigates prisons overtime payments

The Cayman Islands Ministry of Home Affairs is investigating overtime payments to prisons officers working at the Immigration Detention Centre after allegations of favoritism were made regarding some of those payments.

Travel agency owner not guilty of dishonesty

The owner of a travel agency was found not guilty on Tuesday of obtaining property by deception from 12 customers between December 2014 and March 2015.
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‘We have to be ready’: Storm trackers prepare for hurricane season

Storm trackers flew into Grand Cayman on Tuesday on their public awareness tour ahead of the Caribbean’s hurricane season.

Bail granted in 10-year bullet sentencing case

The woman sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment for unlawful possession of four bullets was granted bail on Tuesday pending her appeal of her conviction and her sentence.
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Junior players feel CIFA scandal fallout

Funding cuts to Cayman’s national football program have not spared the game’s youngest players. The junior Under-15 national team has taken on fundraising efforts to allow them to continue competing internationally.
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