Jolly Roger to miss Pirates Week

The Jolly Roger pirate ship will not be making an appearance at this year’s Pirates Week festivities. Instead, the ship’s usual duties of bringing a gang of marauding pirates into Hog Sty Bay for the Pirates’ Landing will fall to a vessel called Big Island Schooner.

Excel Sports Management welcomes new football coach

Former professional footballer Cláudio Garcia has made the move to the Cayman Islands to join the coaching staff at Excel Sports Management Ltd., where he will work with some of the territory’s most promising young players.

Primary Football League players set for mid-term break

With a well-deserved weekend break looming due to the mid-term holidays, schools took to the fields at venues across Grand Cayman Saturday to participate in the fourth round of games in the 2018 CUC Primary Football League and CUC Girls’ Primary Football League regular seasons.

Police football club fundraises for overseas tournament

Cayman’s law enforcement community is seeking some support from the public at large.

Construction of mental health facility in East End delayed

Groundbreaking on a new residential health facility in East End has been delayed by at least several months, according to an official close to the project.

10,000 dives and counting for Little Cayman instructor

It was a cold, overcast day in the Netherlands and the water was the color of lead when Mike Schouten took the first tentative steps in what would become a lifelong love affair with scuba diving.

No air-pollution controls at landfill incinerators

The George Town and Cayman Brac landfill incinerators have burned nearly 2 million pounds of trash since August 2016, all without the use of scrubbers – devices to remove toxins from the incinerators’ exhaust.

Construction of mental health facility in East End delayed

Groundbreaking on a new residential health facility in East End has been delayed by at least several months, according to an official close to the project.

10,000 dives and counting for Little Cayman instructor

It was a cold, overcast day in the Netherlands and the water was the color of lead when Mike Schouten took the first tentative steps in what would become a lifelong love affair with scuba diving.

No air-pollution controls at landfill incinerators

The George Town and Cayman Brac landfill incinerators have burned nearly 2 million pounds of trash since August 2016, all without the use of scrubbers – devices to remove toxins from the incinerators’ exhaust.

Community digs deep for NCVO

Some of Cayman’s top performers took to the stage Saturday to help raise money for the National Council of Voluntary Organisations.

How many oysters would a woodchuck shuck?

Cayman Cocktail Week officially kicks off this weekend, and what better way to start the proceedings than with an oyster and Champagne shucking party?

Discovering the wonders of Clearwater Beach

It was my parents’ 50th anniversary in August, and despite the family getting together for a lovely meal at Blue by Eric Ripert, I still felt we should mark the occasion with a trip of some sort.

NCVO Radio-Telethon holds its 39th fundraiser

The National Council of Voluntary Organisations is hosting its annual Radio-Telethon on Saturday.

Culture at the Cinema: ‘Frankenstein’

It seems only fitting that in October, the month of Halloween, Culture at the Cinema turns to the dark classic story of Frankenstein.
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