Poor compliance on government travel, credit card transparency

Very few government ministries have complied with a transparency requirement to proactively publish credit card and travel expenses for senior officials.

Government launches cabana booking system

The Public Works Department has launched an online service that enables residents to book cabanas at all of Cayman’s 12 public parks and seven public beaches.

Hospitality students celebrate graduation

A group of 38 hospitality course students were celebrated at a recognition ceremony Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Tourism minister to discuss cruise pier at public meeting

Government is holding a public meeting about the proposed cruise berthing project on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Family Life Centre in George Town.

Moses Kirkconnell: ​Why we need cruise berthing piers

We are at a crossroads in our economy, forcing Government to make an important decision.

​Community groups battle for hearts and minds in port debate

Battle lines are being redrawn over the controversial cruise berthing project.

​Ezzard Miller: The argument against cruise piers

At the heart of the Opposition’s analysis is that despite so far avoiding the bandwagon mentality adopted by so many of our Caribbean brethren who have caved to cruise pressure to build piers, the Cayman Islands has maintained its No. 2 ranking among cruise ports in the Caribbean and Latin America.

Guy Harvey brings stingrays, turtles to Cayman Airways magazine

Well-known artist and conservationist Guy Harvey, Cayman Airways and HCP Media gathered at the Kimpton Seafire Resort to unveil a special issue of Cayman Airways Skies magazine Thursday.

KAABOO on the big stage in San Diego

Think Disneyland for adults. That is a little bit of what KAABOO Del Mar is like.

Motion on cruise berth referendum defeated

A private member's motion calling for a referendum on the controversial cruise berthing project was voted down by government members after a lengthy debate in the Legislative Assembly.
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