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Six turtles released into wild

The Cayman Islands Turtle Centre released six two-year-old ‘head-started’ turtles into the sea at Governors Beach on Saturday, watched by hundreds of residents and tourists.

Turtle centre drafts species protection plan

The Cayman Turtle Centre is pushing for the adoption of a species conservation plan it has produced for green sea turtles.

EDITORIAL – Turtle release: A ‘shell game’ worth playing

Purists would do well to remember that in this context, “protection” refers to the species, as a whole. The Turtle Centre is doing a stellar job in its contributions to the rejuvenation and replenishment of this species.

Turtle Centre proud of release program results

A new study showing the impact of the Cayman Turtle Centre in bringing back green turtles from the brink of extinction should help transform the international image of the institution, according to managing director Tim Adam.

Turtle Centre audit uncovers ‘missing’ cash, employee fired

Another Cayman Islands public agency has been rocked by fraud allegations as a Cayman Turtle Centre employee is fired over “a significant amount” of missing cash.

Eroded beach, weather stalls tourism pitch

Concerns about offering a substandard product to cruise ship tourists stalled Cayman Turtle Centre efforts to invite visitors on an excursion to West Bay Public Beach during this year’s high season.

Subsea cables: Another means of improving internet service

To improve internet services in the Cayman Islands, government is largely focusing on improving local fixed-line networks, with Premier Alden McLaughlin announcing earlier this month that his administration intends to install its own fiber-optic cables in the under-served eastern districts.

Compass investigation – Cayman communications: From telegrams to broadband

When former Cable & Wireless CEO Tim Adam started his telecommunications career in the 1970s, much of the Cayman Islands’ tourism and financial sectors communicated with the rest of the world via “telex,” a network of machines that could send and receive text-based messages to each other.

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