Gross domestic product in the Caribbean grew by 0.6 percent last year despite being impacted by some of the strongest hurricanes in the region’s history, and is projected to grow by 2 percent this year, according to recently released statistics from the Caribbean Development Bank.
“Education and enforcement” is how officials plan to tackle the problem of people mistreating their dogs and letting them roam the streets unsupervised, according to Royal Cayman Islands Police Service Inspector Courtney Myles.
Cayman artist Luelan Bodden has aimed to spark controversy in the past with sculptures that challenge religious and cultural norms, but his latest piece is a testament to what can be made just from local material.
Cayman Islands Airports Authority Operations Manager Rob Harris pulls out a large sheet of paper resembling a map of a major city, showing dozens of different colored lines running in multiple directions.
“We’re in the Cayman Islands. We’ve been catching some big mutton snappers – I mean some pretty good-sized ones, too,” fisherman Jimmy Houston says in front of a camera on Wednesday morning on board the 32-foot boat Killin’ Time.
One of the world’s most prominent blockchain conferences, “d10e,” is taking place in Cayman this week, with dozens of people in the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry coming to the island to network and share ideas about how the technology can influence all aspects of society.
A government committee that has the job of reviewing capital projects and making sure government can afford them has been dormant for some 15 years, according to statements made during Thursday’s hearing of the Public Accounts Committee.
In the coming months, government will introduce a raft of policy changes aimed at facilitating the development of the small-business sector, Commerce Minister Joey Hew promised at the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce’s annual general meeting on Wednesday.
The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands opened its latest photography exhibition on Tuesday, “Solaris: Digital Solar Imaging in the Cayman Islands,” which features some of the world’s most detailed images of the sun.
A judicial review application filed at the Grand Court earlier this month seeks to overturn a long-standing law that prohibits records from the Legislative Assembly from being used as evidence in court without the permission of the Speaker of the House.