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Cayman 27, which ceased operations on Friday, is not the only licensee threatened to have their licence suspended for failing to pay outstanding fees to the regulator OfReg.
Cayman 27, which ceases operations today, is not the only licensee threatened to have its license revoked for failing to pay license fees to the regulator OfReg.
After being on television screens for 27 years, Cayman’s only local TV news station will close down Friday, 30 Aug., with the loss of 13 jobs.
Journalist Tammi Sulliman is returning to Cayman 27 to manage the station and host a weekly political show.
Cayman 27 and the Department of Children and Family Services teamed up again this month for the 24th Christmas for Kids event, bringing together more than 100 children who are within the social service program.
Organizers of the 39th Radio-Telethon of the National Council of Voluntary Organisations are gearing up for next month’s fundraiser at the Prospect Playhouse.
The many talents of Cayman citizens took center stage on Saturday night, when the National Council of Voluntary Organisations held its annual radio/telethon fundraiser. The telethon raised more than $137,000 to beat last year’s total and fund a host of NCVO programs over the next year.
Police accountability and crime opened the first Cayman Islands national debate ahead of the May 24 election.
Fancy a really fun night out while raising money for a great cause? Then look no further than the annual Furball gala dinner in support of the Cayman Islands Humane Society.
Ghosts, monsters and princesses running around – oh my! Save Our Youth Monster Dash; NCVO Radio/Telethon; 16th Annual Cut-A-Thon; ‘Breeze Through Broadway’; and Artisan Market.