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Two Northward prison inmates are charged in the 2008 murder of a Swiss banker in West Bay.
One of the two men arrested this week in connection with the killing of Earl Hart in Prospect has been released by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
Police report crime rates are back on the rise in Cayman after a quiet 2012.
Two Northward prison inmates were charged Thursday in connection with killing a Swiss banker in West Bay nearly six years ago.
Local police say there appears to be no connection, or any particular gang affiliation, in three recent homicides.
Two men were arrested in the early hours of Wednesday in connection with the killing of Earl Hart.
Anthony James Connor was shot dead outside the Mango Tree in George Town Friday night.
Grand Cayman has its third killing in the past month as a man is shot in the vicinity of a popular George Town bar.
A man who was killed late Thursday at his home in Prospect had served as a witness in a Grand Cayman murder trial last year.
Cayman has little to show for its significant investments in police.
Add another armed robbery to the tally, as a central George Town pizza delivery shop was hit by two suspects Wednesday night.
A second arrest in connection with the deadly shooting of a West Bay man.
A 22-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of Irvin Bush in West Bay this weekend.
Update, 11.45am: Police have arrested a 22-year-old man in connection with Sunday's shooting death of Irvin Garlon Bush.
Shootings have become more commonplace again in the Cayman Islands, particularly in West Bay, over the past few months.
The wife of escaped prisoner Steve Manderson insists her husband, who is in the 20th year of a life sentence for murder, is innocent and deserves his freedom.
Cayman Islands prisons director Neil Lavis has only been in the job six weeks and he is facing the biggest crisis of his career.
Hollywood screenwriter and producer James V. Hart has been putting his talents to work raising awareness of the impact the invasive lionfish population has on reefs throughout the Caribbean.
Convicted killer Steve Manderson is a serial escape artist who has broken out of prison on at least five previous occasions.
White Tip Lage celebrates one more year of shark conservation with a fundraiser at Royal Palms.
Tareek Ricketts told the court on Tuesday that he was a few minutes away from the scene of a fatal shooting because his car broke down.
Thousands of SCUBA divers annually gasp in awe at Cayman’s reefs, still the envy of the Caribbean. But a series of photographs shows they are a pale shadow of their former selves.
Violence in Honduras is ramping up and it's having an effect in Cayman.
The fight against the lionfish invasion needs to be coordinated.
They are in a minority, but those advocating restoration of the death penalty are the most vocal, taking a hard line on convicted criminals and lifelong punishment.
As World Hepatitis Day approaches, the Pan American Health Organisation and the World Health Organisation are urging the public to learn about the disease and get screened and treated, if necessary.
Aircraft have begun evening patrols spraying insecticide in the West Bay area in a bid to reduce the chances of another outbreak of dengue fever.
Whole life jail sentences without the possibility of parole for convicted murderers are called “inhumane” in a landmark European court ruling that could have implications in the Cayman Islands.
We want the police to chase the bad guys, but how fast is too fast?
A Grand Court judge rules that police are partly to blame in a 2008 fatal car crash at the end of a pursuit.
A human rights test case asks whether a murder suspect can be granted bail prior to his trial.
Writer says sentencing in killings should take into account reason behind death.
One convicted killer is out of Northward prison. How many others will follow?
Super-ants are infesting the United States.
The Cayman Islands’ top female distance runner Beth Florek is taking a rare ‘break’ from running as she winds down from the ‘surreal’ experience of the Boston marathon.
The landfill project in Bodden Town appears to be officially dead.
As the People’s Progressive Movement leads Cayman’s government, the future of West Bay remains in doubt.
SCUBA dive training organisation PADI has done an about-face on qualifying instructors to teach students how to spear and cull lionfish.
Bodden Town election hopefuls share their thoughts on how to improve the district.
Three Caymanian runners escaped injury on Monday when a terrorist bomb blast rocked the Boston marathon killing at least two people and wounding up to 100 others.
I was sorry to hear the Jerk Stand was taken out by a couple of kids who saw fit to speed during a rain storm, but hopefully some good will come of it.
The first Cayman Brac rock iguana population study has presented alarming results – only 97 Brac rock iguanas have been found.
A heartbroken mom is staging a one-woman protest in an effort to get information about the murder of her son in Honduras.
We think it might be a full moon in Science Land this week.
At any given moment, 4,000 U.S. troops are deployed in Latin America and as many as four U.S. Navy ships are plying the Caribbean and Pacific coastlines of Central America.
Three years on from the devastating earthquake in Haiti, reconstruction is slow and the security situation is deteriorating
Writer says to be wary of killers in our midst.
More than 60 people attended a candlelight vigil at Smith Barcadere Saturday to commemorate dogs poisoned with the herbicide paraquat.
Infection control experts have found that spraying bleaching agent hydrogen peroxide in hospital rooms is highly effective in combatting superbugs.
More than two-thirds of the respondents to last week’s caycompass.com online poll think ganja possession should be decriminalised at least to some degree.
A man opened fire inside the Connecticut elementary school where his mother worked Friday, killing 26 people, including 18 children.
How jellyfish may hold the key to immortality.
Countryside Church Pastor, Marquis McLaughlin house burns on John McLean Drive
More than 54 per cent of the 682 respondents to last week’s caycompass.com online poll want to see an end to the farming of turtles for meat in Cayman.
Writer implores government to find out who killed her brother in Honduras.
Eigthy years ago this week, the Hurricane of 1932 ravaged the Cayman Islands and particularly Cayman Brac.
Me Books is an amazing tool where parents can record their voice reading books to their children, or the children themselves can read and record.
How many cuddles does it take to get to third base? Read on, friends.
A state of emergency has been declared for New York State after storm Sandy slammed into the east coast of the United States yesterday, killing at least 16 people.
Bald men are perceived as having more authority, say scientists.
The minister with oversight for the environment Mark Scotland says he hopes to bring the long-delayed National Conservation Bill before the Legislative Assembly by the end of this year.
The National Conservation Bill in the Cayman Islands does not need to be watered down.
Reports of crime have dropped in the first half of 2012.
Chris Devereux hadn’t been on Grand Cayman very long, but according to Royal Cayman Islands Police supervisors he had already made quite an impression.
An employee at the Jamaican Contractor General's office escapes execution, according to his boss.
More respondents to last week’s caycompass.com online poll said they were inclined to vote for independent candidates if elections were held tomorrow than the two existing political parties put together.
Only three weeks remain in the regular season of the Dart Women’s League under the Grand Cayman Flag Football Association and the underdogs are scrambling to secure their spot in the playoffs.
Ever wondered why curry is so awesome?
Lionfish culling has been successful.
Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush blames the press for devisiveness in the country.
US prosecutors urge a federal judge to protect witnesses in a Florida-Cayman gun smuggling investigation.