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Radio emergency alert system launching soon

Cayman’s emergency response agencies have received training in the new National Emergency Notification System, part of which is designed to interrupt local radio transmissions to broadcast critical public safety information in the event of a disaster.

​Getting ready for next month’s NCVO Radio-Telethon

Organizers of the 39th Radio-Telethon of the National Council of Voluntary Organisations are gearing up for next month’s fundraiser at the Prospect Playhouse.

Public safety radio equipment on the way

The Cayman Islands is scheduled to take delivery this week of a new communication system for future disaster-related emergencies.

Record-setting Breeze Fusion 5K Walk/Run

After a highly successful 2016, the Breeze Fusion 5K Walk/Run has shown little sign of slowing down, with a record-setting number of participants taking part in the 11th annual event.

NCVO raises $137,000 in telethon, beating previous year

The many talents of Cayman citizens took center stage on Saturday night, when the National Council of Voluntary Organisations held its annual radio/telethon fundraiser. The telethon raised more than $137,000 to beat last year’s total and fund a host of NCVO programs over the next year.

Talent on display at Exposition of the Arts

The new Self-Help Community Foundation presented its 16th Annual Talent Exposition of the Arts last month at the Harquail Theatre. The event offered an eclectic and impressive mix of rising young gifted performers, making the night a very successful one in the eyes of those who attended.

Journalist, youth worker become CARICOM ambassadors

Radio Cayman journalist Andrel Harris and youth worker Camille Angel have been chosen to represent their country as part of the CARICOM Youth Ambassadors Program. The program aims to put youth issues on the agenda of regional policymakers and help young people become more involved in regional politics.

Chamber Pension Plan elects new trustee

The Chamber Pension Plan Board has appointed Sabrina Turner as a trustee. The plan’s board is made up of nine trustees who serve on a voluntary basis for three years and are active members of the business community, covering a variety of industry sectors.

Students learn about war, health at special presentations

Youngsters at Sir John A. Cumber Primary School recently had the chance to meet two veterans at a special assembly held in recognition of Remembrance Day and Veterans’ Day. At the event held on Tuesday, students heard from Captain Dale Banks, a retired member of the United States Air Force (USAF).

Arlin Tatum Tribute Concert and Country Jamboree

There is a very close legacy link between country music and the Cayman Islands, particularly Cayman Brac. Before 1976, when Radio Cayman first began to broadcast, recorded music made its way to the Brac inside of suitcases after a Bracker’s long stretch at sea.

Ghosts, monsters and princesses: This week’s ‘don’t miss’ events

Ghosts, monsters and princesses running around – oh my! Save Our Youth Monster Dash; NCVO Radio/Telethon; 16th Annual Cut-A-Thon; ‘Breeze Through Broadway’; and Artisan Market.

Registration begins for charity run; proceeds support schools and NCVO

Runners and walkers are being invited to sign up for the 10th annual Breeze Fusion 5K Walk/Run, set for Nov. 5. The event, organized by Radio Cayman and Breeze FM, will extend to Cayman Brac this year, with a run being held there on Nov. 26.

Radio Cayman celebrates 40th anniversary

In celebration of its 40th anniversary, more than 2,000 people attended Radio Cayman’s listener appreciation party on Saturday.

EDITORIAL – Orrett Connor’s intemperate on-air remarks

Venomous remarks that are calculated to divide people on the basis of skin color are always reprehensible but even more so when uttered by someone of the former Cabinet Secretary's stature.

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