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The Cayman Compass’s parent company is in talks to acquire parts of Hurley’s Media Ltd.
When it comes to telling the story of local history, nothing is more comprehensive than the local newspaper. It represents the most extensive documentation of a community’s life and times, its priorities and perspectives, in a way no other material can.
Most Cayman residents worried about health, money, jobs or the mental side effects of the shelter-in-place and curfew restrictions. Results from an online survey...
For the last two weeks, the Tailored Air Group aboard UK Naval ship RFA Argus has been providing air cover in the absence of the Royal Cayman Islands Police helicopters and last week they took Governor Martyn Roper, Governor's Office Policy Officer Simone Eade and Cayman Compass journalist Reshma Ragoonath on a flyover of Grand Cayman.
The Cayman Compass has today announced a new focus on its digital platforms, with the newspaper to print on Fridays only.
Due to public safety concerns and in order to comply with the government-mandated lockdown, the Cayman Compass will only publish an online version of its weekday paper for the next 10 days.
A WhatsApp message purporting to be a breaking news alert from the Cayman Compass has started circulating locally and the public is advised not to click on the link as this is not a legitimate news item nor is its contents true.
Brian Uzzell, who spent 40 years in the Cayman Islands news business and was former owner of the Caymanian Compass, died Friday following a long illness. He was 82.
The Cayman Islands Information Commissioner’s Office can now be added to the list of those taking legal action against government over various issues related to the granting of permanent resident status.
Although it is unlikely Premier McLaughlin intended for us to take it as a compliment, being labeled “relentless” is among the highest praise a newspaper could ever hope to receive. We’ve already got the T-shirts in production.
Allegations of voter disenfranchisement, potentially affecting hundreds of Caymanians who reside overseas, have been made to the local Human Rights Commission in a complaint filed on Sept. 23. The case involves a Cayman Islands voter who went to court on Sept. 12 to challenge a decision by the Elections Office in 2012.
We are pleased to announce that Patrick Brendel is the new Executive Editor of the Cayman Compass, with responsibility for the print newspaper and the CaymanCompass.com website.