Department of Environment conservation officers caught two suspected poachers with 195 conch and four lobsters on 19 July. The incident happened in the Frank Sound Marine Reserve and the two individua ...
Approximately 600 people are expected to take to the streets on Saturday 31 July as part of Cayman’s inaugural Pride Parade.
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Owners of a beachside property on Little Cayman are seeking planning permission to build a beach resort with overwater bungalows and on-land cottages on the southern side of the island.
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(CMR) World Mangrove Day celebrations continue this week, following the success of the inaugural ‘Cayman Mangrove Festival’ by the Cayman Islands Mangrove Rangers’ on 24 July. The day-long celebration, marking nearly one year of the Mangrove Rangers, attracted more than 200 attendees to George Town’s Parcel 110 at 40 Cardinall Avenue. Over 30 students from […]
(CMR) The Economics and Statistics Office (ESO) paid tribute to Census 2021 Influencer and the Cayman Islands’ oldest citizen, Wellesley Howell Sr, who passed away last week. Census Director Adolphus Laidlow, Census Coordinator Andrelene Royal, and Census Supervisor Nicole Emmanuel Jones summarised ESO’s respect and appreciation for the enthusiastic involvement of Mr. Howell, 106, in […]
(CMR) The Cayman Islands has been ranked one of the best islands in the world by global travel site Big 7 Travel in its recently released annual list. Big 7 said it uses aggregated scores from previous media results and contributions from the Big 7 Travel editorial team to decide the 50 most amazing islands […]
(CMR) Cayman Islands Olympic swimmer Jillian Crooks (15) did her country proud Wednesday with a personal best time of 57.32 in the 100m freestyle, setting new CIASA and National LC records. Although she did not advance to the semifinals, Crooks placed second in her heat at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. She beat six other competitors; […]
(CMR) The Cayman Islands Government Department of Environment has advertised two jobs online in what critics say is a deliberate desire to recruit overseas candidates instead of Caymanians. The positions were posted on their Facebook page and are being advertised in British pounds. It also that the job is “based in the Cayman Islands for […]
(CMR) J’Dante Mark Ramoon (21) was remanded to Northward Prison after he informed the court that he had been kidnapped in relation to the recent Vic's Bar murders. He claims that his kidnappers removed his electronic monitoring device before releasing him. The fanciful story was relayed to the Court via his attorney who shared that […]
(CMR) Jamaica’s teachers who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 will not receive the same treatment as those who have been vaccinated when schools reopen for face-to-face classes in September, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced. According to the Jamaica Gleaner, vaccinated teachers would not be subjected to the same level of COVID-19 testing and […]
Shortly after 9:15PM on Friday, 23 July, officers responded to a report of an armed robbery at an address on Palm Dale Avenue in George Town, involving two masked men. No shots were fired and no one was injured during the incident.
Just after 9AM today, 22 July, the Cayman Islands Coast Guard responded to the South Sound area where they recovered a capsized canoe. During a search of the vessel, several packages were recovered which are believed to contain ganja.
At around 11:20AM on Tuesday, 20 July, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched police and other emergency services to a report of a two-vehicle collision on Bodden Town Road. One person was subsequently pronounced dead.
(CNS): The local students behind one of Cayman’s most effective environmental advocacy groups, Protect Our Future, are launching a new campaign to get the country to focus on protecting the reefs around the Cayman Islands. Following a trip to Little Cayman, where they documented an area of coral reefs that are still some of the […]
Anonymous writes: When your human rights infringe mine, your argument is no longer valid. When did we become such an individualistic, selfish society? Cayman, the Caribbean region and the world as a whole? No longer do we think of the collective, everything is about the individual. The level of narcissism that has permeated throughout our […]
(CNS): Jillian Crooks placed second on her heat and set a personal best time of 57.32 in the 100m freestyle heats in Tokyo in a stunning performance for the young swimmer which also set a new CIASA and national record. Despite this great Olympic debut, the 15-year-old swimmer will not advance to the semi-finals. However, […]
(CNS): Al Thompson, the president and owner of Cayman’s largest retail hardware store, is pressing all of his staff to get vaccinated and has told them to “stop reading nonsense on social media” and “stop listening to stupid people” with no medical knowledge spreading propaganda. Falling short of mandating the vaccine in order for people […]
(CNS): The National Conservation Council voted on a motion at its latest meeting to clarify its ability to delegate certain functions of the council to the director of the Department of Environment, as provided for in the National Conservation Act. Almost four years ago, the NCC delegated its power to direct agencies, mainly the Central […]
(CNS) The Office of the Ombudsman has found that the level of force used by police officers on a man who was taken to hospital following his arrest, during which he was grabbed by the throat, was not unreasonable. The suspect filed a complaint about the force officers used during his arrest but Ombudsman Sandy […]
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The Cayman Islands Government announces a plan to ensure all children in public schools are fed. April Cummings of Cayman Life TV and Patrick Brendel of Cayman Current in this week’s EDBEAT chat with Feed Our Future founder Stacey VanDevelde about the potential impact, the importance of good nutrition and what the non-profit can do […]
The new PACT Government unveils its financial projections and outcomes for the next three years. Patrick Brendel from Cayman Current and April Cummings from Cayman Life TV take a high level view of the plans for education in this week’s Edbeat. #caymanlifetv #ebeat #caymancurrent. @caymanlife #educationky
This week, April Cummings @Cayman Life TV and Patrick Brendel at Caymancurrent.org discuss the headlines in education this week – from the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce Legislative Luncheon, Government announcing a big bump in scholarship funds and a free training program for young journalists in the Cayman Islands. #caymanlifetv #caymanlife #caymancurrent #localky