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Archives for April 24, 2018

Shark sighting! Mark it down. Sharkloggers get to know Cayman Islands’ sharks to help protect them

Dive operators assist Shark Conservation Cayman, a local and international initiative to understand and protect local shark population Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (April 23, 2018) – As they roam the reefs in their natural habitat, the resident sharks of the Cayman Islands, are being observed year-round and their actions are being recorded by a established […]

Four years of medical innovation at Health City Cayman Islands

Caribbean tertiary care hospital continues transformation of health care with another year of pioneering procedures CAYMAN ISLANDS (April 24, 2018) – As Health City Cayman Islands celebrates its fourth anniversary this month, hospital doctors, management and staff at the Caribbean tertiary care hospital are looking back at a busy 12 months of life-saving emergency procedures, […]

Cayman Islands Stingray Swim Club takes part in Earth Day clean up

Stingray Swim Club had a phenomenal turn out when 45 of its members, friends and family rolled out of bed, not for early morning training, but for this year’s Earth Day Clean Up. For the second consecutive year, Stingray participated in the event and members of all ages, and from every group within the club […]

Leadership Cayman class tours Legislative Assembly & Pedro St. James for latest seminar

From Cayman Chamber of Commerce The Leadership Cayman class embarked on a tour of both the Legislative Assembly and Pedro St. James for its latest seminar, which focused on the ‘Cayman Islands Government.’ The objective of the programme’s sixth seminar was to provide an overview of the governance structure of the Cayman Islands, as well […]

Cayman Islands Monetary Authority release public advisory on virtual currencies

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) is issuing an advisory on the potential risks of investments in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and all forms of virtual currency. Customers should thoroughly research virtual currencies, digital coins, tokens, and the companies or entities behind them in order to separate fiction from facts. The recent publicity surrounding virtual […]

The Editor Speaks This GARBAGE I can agree with

It is very rare I have ever agreed with anything from my Newlands MLA, who never returns any call, but there is always an exception. No. Alvar Suckoo did not return my calls. The exception is I actually 100% agree with him. Please see our story today “New Garbage Collection petition from Cayman Islands Sav/New […]

Cayman Islands: Introducing eleven parc

From Baraud Development Discover Living on a Sophisticated Level Conveniently slated at the nexus of George Town Seven Mile Beach and Camana Bay.  Eleven Parc brings distinguished new town home residences to the Seven Mile Beach corridor coveted neighbourhood of Parkway. Our newest townhome project nestled within the quiet and convenient neighborhood of Parkway, Eleven […]

George H W Bush in intensive care after wife’s funeral

From BBC Former US President George H W Bush is in a hospital intensive care unit with an infection, a week after the death of his wife, Barbara. In a statement, a family spokesman said he had contracted an infection that spread to his blood, but was “responding to treatments”. The 93-year-old was admitted to […]

Cayman Islands University partners in social work programme launch and social sector expo

More than 200 people attended the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) Social Work Programme launch and Social Sector Expo in the campus’s Sir Vassel Johnson Hall. The launch on Wednesday, 28 March 2018, formally announced the commencement of the Bachelor of Science in Social Work degree programme in September 2018. The UCCI will […]

Cayman Islands Chamber announces record number of teams makes the 2018 Earth Day Clean-up a roaring success

The 2018 Earth Day Clean-up took place on Saturday, April 21 with a record number of clean-up teams lining local beaches, parks and roads to clear up litter. A record 150 teams registered for the Chamber of Commerce’s clean-up, with dozens of other teams participating in other community collaborative efforts, including mangrove clean-ups. “The response […]