Mental health facility details unveiled

Cayman’s first residential mental health facility will comprise nine cottages with six beds each and an administrative building on the former Northward prison farm site on 15 acres in East End, officials revealed Friday, adding that construction on the first seven cottages could start as early as the end of the year.

Adventist Youth forum installs 16 new leaders

More than 500 people attended the Youth Federation of the Adventist Conference of Seventh-day Adventists’ ceremony at Kings Church on Feb. 4, when new youth leaders were installed.

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Red Cross raffles trip to Miami

The Cayman Islands Red Cross is raffling a weekend at the Crown Plaza in Miami. The grand prize includes two Cayman Airways tickets and two nights at the hotel at the Miami International Airport.

Boat stolen from Governor’s Sound

Police are appealing to the public to help track down a boat stolen from its secured anchorage inside Governor’s Sound. The boat had been anchored near mangroves in the vicinity of the Cayman Islands Yacht Club, police said.

Adventist Youth forum installs 16 new leaders

More than 500 people attended the Youth Federation of the Adventist Conference of Seventh-day Adventists’ ceremony at Kings Church on Feb. 4, when new youth leaders were installed.

Douglas elected Seafarers president

John Stanley Douglas is the newly elected president of the Cayman Islands Seafarers Association, “Thank you for your ongoing support as we together make these great strides for the future well-being of our association and its members.”

GT Primary recognizes responsibility and readiness

George Town Primary School recently held a Positive Behavior Intervention and Support awards night recognizing the efforts of students. The aim of the framework is to promote strategies that encourage success, not only behaviorally, but socially, emotionally and academically.

50 years ago: Stella Polaris staff and officers visit George Town

In the March 1, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, George Town correspondent Frances Bodden wrote: “Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Bush enjoyed their visit to Florida with their children including their youngest son Allen who is in the U.S. Navy."

Crime stats: Burglaries down, gun crimes up

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service got burglaries under control during 2016, but an increase in gun crimes for the year has the department...
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Digicel to cut jobs worldwide

Irish-owned telecommunications company Digicel, which has a large presence in Cayman and throughout the Caribbean, announced plans this week to slash a quarter of its workforce in the next 18 months.

Syed says he had permission to falsify $152,000 invoice

Former college president Hassan Syed claimed Thursday that he had been authorized by a senior civil servant to alter an invoice from a U.S. company.

MLAs urge prosecution of partners of Cayman’s major law firms

Unnamed Cayman Islands law firms are accused of “intentionally ignoring and deliberately circumventing” both the Legal Practitioners Law and Immigration Law, in a private members’ motion filed with the Legislative Assembly.
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