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Brac fire station to get upgrade

Government has issued a request for proposals seeking applications from local contractors to upgrade the existing facility near the Charles Kirkconnell International Airport

Police investigate Brac quarantine breach

Police are investigating an alleged quarantine breach by travellers isolating at a residence in Cayman Brac after they were found with visitors at their home.

Cuban migrants land on Cayman Brac

Six Cuban migrants who landed on Cayman Brac Friday afternoon will be placed in mandatory quarantine, Customs and Border Control has said.

Hotel and yacht marina among proposals mooted for Brac

A new boutique hotel and luxury yachting marina are among a number of possible projects in the pipeline for Cayman Brac, according to Sister Islands MP Moses Kirkconnell.

A Conversation With… Myles Newlove

Watch as Cayman Compass Editor-in-Chief Kevin Morales sits down for A Conversation With Myles Newlove, CEO of Daggaro AG.

Brac aviation firm fills disputed turtle kraal

The stand-off between protesters and a new aviation firm on Cayman Brac escalated Tuesday after the company filled in an old turtle kraal at the site where it plans to station an airfield and helicopter hangar.

Founder of Brac helicopter business outlines plans

A new aviation business based on Cayman Brac will be involved in search and rescue, disaster response and medical evacuation services across the region, according to its founder.

Aviation firm gets green light for Brac base

An aviation and intelligence firm which plans to station Black Hawk helicopters on Cayman Brac has been granted planning permission for an airfield on the island.

Aviation firm submits plans for Brac ‘base’

An ‘aviation and intelligence’ firm is seeking planning permission for an airfield in Cayman Brac.

Home quarantine allowed on Sister Islands

The Cayman Islands Government has approved residents of the Sister Islands to self-quarantine at their homes on Cayman Brac or Little Cayman, from 7 Nov.

Crash knocks out power in Brac

One man was hospitalised with serious but non-life-threatening injuries after a single-car crash early Thursday morning in Cayman Brac.

Landfill pre-construction work set, but negotiations continue

Pre-construction work is set to begin on government’s long-awaited waste management plan, but a final agreement with the selected project bidder, Dart-led consortium DECCO, is still in progress, government announced Tuesday.

Brac pedestrian critical, driver bailed

The female pedestrian involved in Monday's collision on Cayman Brac is in stable but critical condition in hospital, the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service said on Tuesday afternoon.

Medical waste, sewage mix in open trench at Brac landfill

An open pit of untreated medical waste and septic tank sewage at the Cayman Brac landfill is creating potentially “inhumane” conditions for staff. The problem...

UPDATE: Customs, police attend Cuban vessel in Brac

A small vessel from Cuba is being monitored by Customs & Border Control in Cayman Brac.

Tropical Storm warning discontinued for Sister Islands

Tropical Storm Laura is forecast to strengthen to a hurricane by Tuesday, according to the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Centre in Miami.

Brac garbage collection to resume Thursday

The Department of Environmental Health says garbage collection services on Cayman Brac will resume tomorrow (Thursday) following a short suspension.

COVID-test requirement removed for Sister Islands visits

People visiting the Sister Islands are no longer required to undergo a COVID-19 test prior to their trip.

COVID testing, travel arrangements to Sister Islands outlined

The Health Services Authority has outlined how people who wish to visit Cayman Brac or Little Cayman can arrange COVID-19 tests before travelling.

#LetsTalk | Man on the street in Cayman Brac

Several islanders commented that they are happy to see life moving again, but many remain cautious.

Debris from rocket launch found floating off Brac

Debris from a rocket that launched from French Guiana in December was spotted off Cayman Brac last week.

Cayman Brackers hit the water to celebrate lifting of hard curfew

Once given the green light, islanders were quick to take to the water and return to some sense of life as it was.
The Bluff on Cayman Brac

Brac restrictions eased after more negative COVID-19 results

Restrictions are being lifted on Cayman Brac after a large percentage of the island's population tested negative for the coronavirus.
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Cayman Brac man charged with rape

A 24-year-old Cayman Brac resident has been remanded in custody after appearing on rape and other sexual assault related offences on Monday.
A plate of 'bananas and a pumpkin' - recycled art - by Lean Christian

Brac artist transforming old things into new

From fancy sisal slippers to bottlecap ‘bling bling’, Lean Christian is literally turning trash into treasure with her unique skill for “refreshing up” used things.
Officials host a meeting at the Aston Rutty Centre in Cayman Brac last week.

Sister Islands residents meet officials on coronavirus

Residents on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman have been meeting with health and government officials to discuss coronavirus preparedness.

Roaring ‘20s party benefits Brac Trust

Several dozen Brackers and visitors embraced the 1920s at a party held Saturday night to raise funds to support Cayman Brac’s natural habitats.

Brac artist sues government over ‘obscenity’ arrest

Cayman Brac artist Ronald ‘Foots’ Kynes has filed suit against members of the Cayman Islands government, alleging malicious prosecution for his 2017 arrest and subsequent trial in relation to his art.
Cayman’s courts have ramped up their emergency contingency plan to counter COVID-19 issues.

Cayman Brac man sentenced for fatal traffic accident

Paul Mannix Scott, of Cayman Brac, was sentenced to more than three years in jail for a 2018 accident that claimed the life of a 51-year-old nurse. Shortly after 11pm on 27 Feb., 2018, on the Brac, Scott’s car veered into the opposite lane while travelling around Tibbetts Turn along Bight Road and collided head-on with Sharon Clarke’s SUV.

Walkers continues support of Brac tennis players

International law firm Walkers is once again supporting young tennis players on Cayman Brac by funding the 2020 Sister Islands’ children’s tennis programme, run by the Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands.

Mossy taxi: from teacher to driver

A taxi driver and tour guide is gaining popularity for his exceptionally funny tours on Cayman Brac. He is a charming fellow, knowledgeable and articulate,...

Tales of the quake: Sister Islands shaken

Sister Islands residents share their stories of Tuesday's earthquake.

Eco-friendly ‘Roaring ’20s’ party planned for Brac

The Cayman Brac District Committee of the National Trust will hold an eco-friendly fundraiser next month with a ‘Roaring 20s’ theme.

Alexander Hotel set to reopen next month

The Alexander Hotel on Cayman Brac will be reopening its doors to the public next month as self-catering accommodation. Nelson Dilbert, son of the property’s...

Cayman Brac seeing more cruise ships

Luxury cruise ship the Seabourn Sojourn called into Cayman Brac on New Year’s Day, bringing an influx of passengers to celebrate the holiday.

Christmas awards for best decorated Brac homes

Homeowners who have thrilled their neighbours and passersby with innovative and festive Christmas displays won awards for their efforts in what has become an annual tradition of Spot Bay’s Christmas Homecoming celebrations.

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