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The 'Butterfield Young Musicians of the Year' competition is once again upon us, with 13 young hopefuls vying to take home the crown for 2014.
A solar array has been installed at Triple C school as part of a project to teach students about renewable energy.
Sophie Benbow and Brigitte Tomascik, two Caymanian lawyers from Appleby’s articled clerk program, have been called to the bar.
The YMCA of the Cayman Islands has been busy gathering input from the community at various town hall meetings, and the concerns raised were one in the same: youth.
The YMCA invites community members and leaders to participate in town hall meetings.
Sailing, thatch weaving, kitchen band music and Caymanian cooking are set to hit the books at Triple C School as part of a new after-school club.
Student Leanni Tibbetts, 17, who climbed the ranks of Cadet Corps to the position of sergeant has been recognized by the “Proud of Them” initiative for her active role in the community.
The Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament has quickly become a popular event for Cayman’s golfing community and Home Gas is again the 2014 title sponsor of the tournament this Friday.
Hannah Parchment may be down but she is not out of chances to further her basketball dreams.
The Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament has quickly become a popular event in the calendar for Cayman’s golfing community and Home Gas is very pleased to be this year’s title sponsor.
Government changes to a controversial scholarship program put some local students in limbo.
The Pirates Week Mike Lockwood Memorial Swim Meet was another well attended and fun event, spread over four days.
Alphasoft donated new computers to Triple C school.
Some 40 run/walk events are now in Grand Cayman's year-round calendar.
A small-group of young volunteers are helping things run smoothly and learning some of the tricks of the trade at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
The Save Our Youth Foundation has given awards to primary and secondary students at end-of-year ceremonies for community service and outstanding effort.
The 2013 Caledonian Classic swim meet, hosted by the Stingray Swim Club of Grand Cayman at the Lions Aquatic Centre, produced outstanding results.
A two-day retreat about leadership is planned for October, but the registration deadline is 2 August.
The footballers in Cayman’s Indian community came together to stage their own Sunday afternoon league at the Triple C school in George Town.
Jodi Hydes has joined Travers Thorp Alberga as an associate after serving her articles with the firm and being called to the bar on 14 June.
A weekend of celebration culminated in the commencement exercise for 15 seniors graduating from Triple C School.
The finalists of the 2013 Butterfield Young Musician of the Year in profile.
Camps are a great way to keep little ones active over the long summer vacation
Conflict Coaching and Mediation training is being offered between 15 and 17 August.
Winners of ReMax art competition announced.
Budding artists at Triple C school met Sir Turtle recently.
SOY Foundation has a successful year.
Youth basketball presses on into March.
Church of God hosting 78th annual convention.
Caymanaina Attorney Tracy Hylton has joined Mourant Ozannes.
Triple C School holds its second annual Captain Theo Bodden Memorial golf tournament later this month.
Over 100 children from Windsor Park enjoyed a Christmas celebration on 15 December.
Two schools team up for a Christmas toy drive.
The Triple C School has teamed with the ICCI for a toy drive.
Academy Sports Club again show they are one of the most progressive teams for youth football this weekend with another round of international matches.
Academy Sports Club have shown themselves to be one of the most progressive teams for youth football and that is confirmed this weekend with another round of international matches.
The Church of God will hold a praise gathering beginning Friday.
The proposed community enhancement fee is not going over well with businesses in the Cayman Islands.
School kids turned authors. Students in Triple C's Enrichment Programme presented their own original books that they had not only written themselves but, for many, had produced the illustrations to go alongside their stories. The school received a presentation from author, Diane Ward who spoke to the children about what it takes to be a writer.
The Save Our Youth Foundation doles at well deserved awards.
A weekend celebration culminated in the commencement exercises for 22 high school seniors graduating from Triple C School in Grand Cayman.
Education Services award performers of National Children's Festival of the Arts.
It's time for the Butterfield Young Musician of the Year 2012 here in the Cayman Islands.
Young musicians vie for the Butterfield award on Saturday at Triple C School Hall from 6.30pm.
Artist Ed Oliver's work continues to make a mark in the Cayman Island on display at the Cayman Islands Museum.
Triple C students studied various countries and delighted several hundred visitors with the results of their research.
West Indies suffered a crushing 10-wicket defeat to England Lions ahead of their clash with England in the opening Test at Lord’s on Thursday. England are officially the world’s No.1 Test team.
Triple C school is about to stage its first annual golf tournament.
Sunday, 22 April is Earth Day - a date that reminds the global population of how precious our home is
Cayman schools recently got a chance to show off their skills on the basketball court.
Two of the world’s best women cricketers were in Grand Cayman for the past week to help prepare the newly formed national side for their first international tournament which will be held here next month.
The Clifton Hunter High School Diamonds have proven themselves as a team that refuses to quit.
Local school children continue to shine in Cayman Islands basketball.
The Church of God begins its 77th annual convention in the Cayman Islands today.
It is no secret that the Cayman Islands has a problem with obesity and sports are being sought as an answer.
The KPMG Under 14 Basketball League is giving a number of schools a chance to shine.
Seven educators receive special honours in the Cayman Islands.
Youth basketball is shifting its focus to schools in the Cayman Islands.
Young basketball players in the Cayman Islands can be challenged in a new way this month.
Runners – and walkers – take your marks.
An apolitical, non-government group of Caymanians has launched an initiative to celebrate a national holiday called Cayman Thanksgiving every year on the weekend of the first Sunday in December, starting this year.
Miss Teen Cayman Brooke Parchment speaks with Triple C Students against bullying
Alphasoft continues to support Triple C.
The Cayman Islands Darts Association holds its annual general meeting.
The save our youth foundation is holding a gospel concert at the George Town Annex on August 27th.
Triple C hosted its graduation recently.
The best gospel singers in Cayman were honoured for their impressive voices this month at an awards ceremony.
Five Caymanians received honours during the Queen's birthday celebration.
Triple C preschool celebrates Mother's Day.
Parents and teachers at Triple C School recently had the opportunity to see the Queen, a famous president and even one of the world’s most talked about inventors.