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At a time when much of Cayman's wildlife is still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Ivan, some good news comes from the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme.
Community Policing Beat Officer for Watlers Road Constable Ian Lavine, with assistance from the Licensing Department recently embarked on a project to dispose of the derelict vehicles.
John Gray Recyclers returned with fresh insights following their July visit to Fiji in the South Pacific where they, and representatives from the Seacology Foundation, officially opened the kindergarten classroom in Naikorokoro on the island of Ovalau.
The Ministry of Tourism, Environment, Development and Commerce has announced the appointment of Mr. Dax Basdeo to the post of Executive Director for the Cayman Islands Investment Bureau .
Senators from states most vulnerable to tsunami activity introduced legislation to upgrade and modernize the US tsunami warning system.
A possible Norwalk virus outbreak on board the Mariner of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean cruise ship, which was docked in Grand Cayman yesterday, should not pose too much of a threat to the people of Cayman.
The Department of Environmental Health has received a CMI Trashmaster 3-90E landfill compactor.
The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) wishes to inform the public that public cemeteries have been cleaned and cleared of hurricane debris.
Two Department of Environment representatives, Janice Blumenthal and Joni Solomon, have headed off to Savannah, Georgia to attend the 25th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Conservation and Biology this week.
Residents in Spotts-Newlands are demanding that a hurricane refuse dump be completely cleaned.
As part of the post-Ivan Cayman Islands Recovery Operation, the beach at Smiths Cove was replenished with more than 100 cubic yards of sand last week.
The year just past was filled with news, from renewed talk of dredging North Sound to the opening of the telecommunications industry to full competition.
Some residents are experiencing some very unwanted guests in their homes following Hurricane Ivan - rats!
The chance of a major tsunami hitting the Cayman Islands is slim, but that is no reason not to understand them and know how best to survive one.
CAYMAN BRAC - There is to be no alcohol in Pop-a-Top Park, a favourite watering hole in Watering Place.
Indonesia - U.S. gold mining company Newmont admitted that it released mercury into the environment at one of its Indonesian mines but denied that it had any health impact on its employees or nearby residents.
Time and again the Cayman Islands have seen members of the public and private sectors get together to iron out another wrinkle from Ivan.
The first shipment of items from the Ritz-Carlton Kids Care programme arrived in Grand Cayman last Thursday, 16 December.
Since Hurricane Ivan one of Caymans most popular tourist attractions has not even as much as blown a spray.
In Summary Court on 20 December, a Dutch national admitted possession of the 300 pounds of ganja fond aboard a vessel that sank last month off Little Cayman (Caymanian Compass, 10 December).
A species of monkey unknown to science has been photographed in India by an international team of researchers. Named the Arunachal macaque, the new monkey is a comparatively large brown primate with a relatively short tail.