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For one day of the year, the entire sky above Kaibo Beach is filled with colour. Brilliant shades of the rainbow fly through the sky during the Kaibo Kitefest.
Property owners in the Cayman Kai area were advised on Thursday night that they should remove any encroachments on the gazetted road corridor before the National Roads Authority does it for them, bills them and possibly has them prosecuted in court.
Ramona Bogdan and her rescue dog Keno are celebrating six years together, and hoping to make more matches possible for visitors to the Cayman Islands Humane Society.
Hundreds of people participated in the Colour Me Purple 5K Walk/Run on Saturday and Sunday morning, proceeds of which go to support empowerment programs for women and youth.
Runners taking part in 5Ks in Kaibo and George Town over the weekend were bombed with purple powder as part of the Colour Me Purple events organized by the Family Resource Centre for Honouring Women Month.
Continued erosion along the northern and eastern end of Kaibo Beach in North Side district is a concern of government, and potential fixes are being reviewed, Planning Minister Kurt Tibbetts confirmed Wednesday.
Fireworks, bubbly and party tunes – Cayman knows how to party and New Year’s Eve is no exception, with a score of exciting events happening across the island. From Michelin-starred dining to barefoot on the beach, there’s something for everyone. So where are you going to be when the clock strikes midnight?
A new ferry service, taking passengers across the North Sound from Camana Bay to Rum Point and Kaibo, will start operating Friday.
An electric-vehicle charging station will open at the Kaibo Restaurant and Marina later this month, followed by similar facilities at the new Barcam Esso station near Lantern Point, at the Westin resort and at West Bay’s Hell.
The Department of Environment is proposing to plant mangroves in a bid to stop erosion of Kaibo Public Beach, attendees of last week’s North Side District Council meeting heard.
Families descended on Kaibo Beach in Cayman Kai on Easter Monday for some colorful kite flying.
Enjoy a family fun day with a difference at this Easter Monday’s Cayman Kitefest at Kaibo beach. The annual event, from 1-5 p.m., will benefit Cayman’s ARK (Acts of Random Kindness) charity.
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The Rum Point Club was opened in the 1950s by entrepreneur Ralph Coatsworth, and later run by Bruce and Doris Parker from 1965 until...