A person with what health officials described as "severe comorbidities" has become the fifth COVID-related death to be reported in the Cayman Islands this month, and the second in a week.
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Caymanians Nathan Myers and Leanni Tibbetts have been given their Cayman Airways wings as the newest first officers on the airline’s Twin Otter fleet.
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(CMR) After 31 years of service to the Cayman Islands education system, Mrs. Gloria Bell has retired, effective 30 September 2022. On 21 September, the Department of Education Services (DES) held a farewell luncheon in honor of the education stalwart who gave years of dedicated service. The afternoon was punctuated by heartfelt speeches and well […]
(CMR) Police arrested and charged three men in relation to an armed robbery that occurred at a service station on Dorcy Drive on Tuesday, 29 March. Armed men rob customer at Dorcy Drive service station The first man, age 31, of Cayman Brac, was arrested on 23 September. He was charged with possession of an […]
(CMR) A 16-year-old girl was stabbed to death by her 17-year-old schoolmate during a fight at a Jamaican high school on Thursday, 29 September. Dead is grade 11 student Michion Campbell, who was reportedly from the Kingston 2 area. The student who did the stabbing is in police custody. Reports are that sometime after 2 […]
(CMR) Leader of the Opposition, The Hon. Roy McTaggart filed a motion of ‘Lack of Confidence in the Speaker, the Hon. McKeeva Bush OBE, JP’ earlier on Friday afternoon. He confirms that the motion was seconded by MP for George Town South and supported by the entire opposition. The move will now certainly leave Bush sitting […]
The NRA and RCIPS will continue to monitor the operation of the lights and work together to ensure that the situation is managed and that traffic can continue to flow as safely and efficiently as possible. (CMR) The police announced late Friday evening that the traffic lights at the Bobby Thompson Way and Smith Road intersection […]
(CMR) Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd. (CUC) and technology group Wärtsilä have signed an agreement, which will result in Wärtsilä supplying two 10-megawatt (MW)/10 megawatt-hours (MWh) energy storage systems to CUC. This project, which will be CUC’s first energy storage facility, will enable the Company to approximately double its renewable energy capacity on Grand Cayman. CUC […]
(CMR) Due to the impact of Hurricane Ian on Florida, Cayman Airways Limited (CAL) has offered a one-time change fee and fare difference waiver for customers who were scheduled to travel to/from Miami between 28-30 September. This offer is open to persons who purchased tickets on or before 27 September 2022. There can be no […]
(CNS): Public Health officials have confirmed another COVID-related death in the Sister Islands on Friday, 30 September. The patient, who had severe commodities, was the fifth person to die last month where COVID-19 was a factor, making September the deadliest month for the coronavirus here since the pandemic began. The individual had received two doses […]
(CNS): Opposition Leader Roy McTaggart has filed a motion for a no-confidence vote in Speaker McKeeva Bush, which was seconded by Barbara Conolly MP (GTS) and supported by the entire opposition. Alleging that Premier Wayne Panton “does not appear to have any intention” to remove Bush, McTaggart said Panton was “dithering” and blaming the Progressives’ […]
(CNS): The total value of merchandise imports grew by 25.2% to $387.56 million during the first quarter of this year compared to the $309.47 million worth of goods imported in 2021, largely as a result of high fuel prices, as petroleum-related products increased in value by 113%, the Economics and Statistics Office has reported. Growth […]
(CNS): A woman who offered up a close friend to her lover as a birthday present has been jailed for four and a half years while her boyfriend, a former RCIPS officer, has been jailed for five years for sexually assaulting the woman while she was trapped in their vehicle. Antonio O’Neal Marshall (43) and […]
(CNS): The number of people in the Cayman Islands currently in a job has grown by almost 15% since the census was completed less than twelve months ago. The combined number of people looking for a job or in work also grew to 11.7%, increasing the actual workforce here to a record level of 54,398 […]
(CNS): After a decline in requests during 2020 when the Cayman Islands was locked down and the borders closed, freedom of information applications increased last year from 230 to 426, according to statistics released by the Office of the Ombudsman. The report released yesterday to mark International Right to Know Day on 28 September showed […]
With thousands of acres of the Cayman Islands Mangroves destroyed and many more at risk, what can a group of pre-schoolers do about the problem? Meet our latest Cayman First Classroom of the Month featuring the Mangrove Rangers. #caymanlifetv #mangroveducation #mangroverestoration @MontessoribytheSea @Cayman First Insurance @Cayman Life TV @The Cayman Islands Mangrove Rangers
Fast and furious competition as high school robotics enthusiasts from all over the island gathered at Cayman International School for the FIRST Tech Challenge – a Minds Inspired showdown. It’s about way more than robotics (although that part is pretty cool), this tech tournament teaches students to think like engineers. They design, build, and code […]
For the 13th year, the Cayman Islands Institute of Professional Accountants recognized the hard work and dedication of our next generation of accountants at a gala awards ceremony. Enjoy the live broadcast and be sure to follow CIIPA on its social media channels.