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Janette Fitzgerald, Chief Administrator of the Cayman Breast Cancer Foundation and cancer survivor Julie Pritchard discuss the rising number of breast cancer cases in the Cayman Islands and the impact Covid has had on medical treatment and screenings.
The requirement to present a QR code in order to demonstrate an arriving passenger has been verifiably vaccinated could soon be off the table for those travelling to Cayman, according to Tourism Minister Kenneth Bryan.
Director of the Department of Education Services Mark Ray joins Compass journalist Reshma Ragoonath to discuss the recent outbreaks in schools, new COVID guidelines and mask mandates.
Deputy Premier Chris Saunders joins Compass journalist Reshma Ragoonath to discuss Cayman's COVID-19 response.
On the 28 July episode of The Resh Hour we sit down with Deputy Premier and Finance Minister Chris Saunders to discuss government finances,...
CITA president Marc Langevin joins Compass journalist Reshma Ragoonath to discuss the post-pandemic future of tourism in Cayman.
Health Minister Sabrina Turner joins Compass journalist Reshma Ragoonath to discuss Cayman's COVID-19 response.
Miss Cayman Islands Universe, Mariah Tibbetts joins Compass journalist Reshma Ragoonath to talk about her experience in the Miss Universe Pageant and what she has planned next.
The Health Services Authority has commenced genome sequencing of local COVID-19 cases making Cayman the first in the region, outside of the Caribbean Public Health Agency, to conduct such testing, Governor Martyn Roper has said.
Governor Martyn Roper has said while the recent uptick in vaccinations will take Cayman closer to the goal of reopening borders, it will still take more public support to make it happen.
Governor Martyn Roper discuss Cayman's vaccine uptake, the border reopening plans and more on The Resh Hour.
Bodden Town teenager Trevor Carmola Jr. has said recent negative reports of alleged drug use at his high school have been impacting student morale.
Join us this as we sit down with teen hero Trevor Carmola and his mom Deirdre as we discuss his brave act of rescuing an elderly man from a burning home and how his life has changed since then.
Dr. Tasha Ebanks-Garcia, Cayman Islands representative in the UK, is our guest for the hour.
Historian and political analyst Roy Bodden joins us to discuss the run-up to the 14 April elections, the future of party politics, and the female influence in politics.
Hours after Premier Alden McLaughlin called for early elections, Opposition Leader and East End MP Arden McLean came out fighting during the Cayman Compass’ The Resh Hour.
In this sponsored episode we sit down with Amplify Cayman's Shirley Roulstone and Laura Egglishaw to discuss environmental issues, voter registration and the group's online survey.
The Resh Hour with Cayman UK representative Andre Ebanks on the role of the Cayman Islands Government in the UK, and recent changes to travel entry.
Finance Minister Roy McTaggart joins us to discuss Cayman's economic outlook for 2021.
Newly appointed Cayman Islands Tourism Association president and Ritz Carlton General Manager Marc Langevin joins The Resh Hour to discuss tourism
Cayman’s adherence to COVID-19 protocols has led to a more than 50% drop in flu cases, Medical Officer of Health Dr. Samuel Williams-Rodriguez has said.
On tonight's show we are joined by Micheal Ebanks Acting Chief Officer Ministry of Employment Border Control and Kyle McLeans WORC, Deputy Director for Business Operations.
On this week's episode of The Resh Hour, we sit down with Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell to talk about the upcoming election season, immigration and more.
On this episode of The Resh Hour with Reshma Ragoonath the discussion focused on the economy and business with Chamber of Commerce CEO Wil Pineau and Chamber President Woody Foster.