For three years, some employees at the University College of the Cayman Islands have been complaining about health problems they believe are workplace related. But the source of what may be causing such symptoms as skin and respiratory irritations remains a mystery.
Recent inspections of Edna M. Moyle and Creek and Spot Bay primary schools found that both had made satisfactory progress in addressing recommendations they were given as part of inspections during the 2014/15 school year.
Skip loaders and other heavy equipment rolled off a navy ship and onto the sand of Governors Beach Friday morning as part of an annual hurricane exercise conducted by the British Royal Fleet Auxiliary.
This was not your typical graduation ceremony. Instead of a staid, formal atmosphere with speakers feeding them grandiose visions of the future, students who completed the anti-drug Behavioral Modification and Intervention Program got Donald Hooker.
School inspectors have found the Sir John A. Cumber Primary School has made insufficient progress since it was last evaluated during the 2014-2015 academic year. Their report was issued Wednesday, May 9.
Scores of feathered and sequined women – and a few men – some wearing the barest of bikinis, strolled and danced their way from Public Beach to George Town along a route strung with enthusiastic supporters.