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Readers who have been wondering about the appearances of a single blank blue page in some editions of the Cayman Compass in recent weeks now have their questions answered.
Emergency Medical Services staff taught members of the public last week how to perform hands-only CPR and how to stop bleeding, as part of an education initiative.
Foster’s Food Fair IGA donated more than $24,000 to the Cayman Islands Breast Cancer Foundation after store customers took part in the company’s “Round Up Your Bill” initiative.
Supermarkets selling Ziyad Tahini have pulled the product from their shelves following a voluntary recall of because of possible salmonella contamination.
Foster’s Food Fair IGA and Dart Real Estate representatives broke ground at a new Foster’s store in Camana Bay Friday.
Several organizations are hosting events throughout the Cayman Islands to mark Earth Day on Saturday, April 21.
Armed police officers rushed into the Foster’s Food Fair IGA Airport store in George Town around lunchtime Wednesday, chasing a suspect who was wanted on an arrest warrant.
Thanks to the U.K., Cayman no longer has the death penalty, but that does not mean we cannot impose capital punishment on proposed legislation that would impose such harm and cost to our community.
Foster’s Food Fair – IGA sent out a press release Friday accepting responsibility for a reckless driving incident involving a tractor trailer driving at high speed around the Island Heritage Roundabout.
Foster’s Food Fair IGA has pulled all Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes, Frozen Waffles and Frozen French Toast Slices from shelves due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.
Cayman’s first legal cannabis oil import has piqued business interests and could indicate the start of a budding industry.
The Honda CR-V used as the getaway vehicle in a Saturday night robbery outside Foster’s Food Fair-IGA Airport grocery store was found Monday night in eastern George Town.
Supermarkets in the Cayman Islands have removed corned beef products produced in Brazil following reports of several major Brazilian meat processors selling rotten beef and poultry. The meat processors bribed auditors in exchange for fraudulent sanitary licenses.
Stores in Cayman have pulled Sabra hummus from their shelves following a Listeria scare. Manufacturer Sabra Dipping Co. voluntarily recalled some hummus products made before Nov. 8, 2016 due to concerns over Listeria monocytogenes.