May 13, 2021

Cayman: Good Friday & Easter Notices

Botanic Park Easter Art Camp Postponed The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and Joseph Art regrets to inform the public that due to low take-up in numbers the previously planned Easter Art Camp will be postponed. The Park will be working on hosting an Art Camp during the summer months. To learn more or volunteer […]

Beware of fake news on the Internet: How to decrypt them

The Internet is a vast platform for conveying many ideas and information. There are those who use it for entertainment, there are those who make it their field of work and there are those who use it to learn and teach and disseminate information. The information presented on the Internet generally comes from individuals or professionals but […]

Cayman: Department of Community Rehabilitation to relocate

The Department of Community Rehabilitation (DCR) will be closed to the public for one week from Monday, 2 November to facilitate the move to a new location. During this time, for any urgent matters, the public can call either 926-9347 or 926-2197. DCR will reopen to the public on Monday, 9 November at their new […]

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Cayman: NAU Brac Office Reopens

The Needs Assessment Unit (NAU) office on Cayman Brac is now open following closure for maintenance. Clients are asked to wear masks when visiting the office. Opening hours are from 8.30 am to 4 pm Monday through Thursday and closed all day on Friday.

Stay in the Loop – 4 August 2020 edition

STAY IN THE LOOP In this episode, Communications Officers at the CARICOM Secretariat, Ms Tusankine English-Francis and Ms Michelle Nurse present a weekly news roundup of the latest from the Caribbean Community.                                                                                      Highlights:     00:01:24 GOVERNANCE: GUYANA’S NEW PRESIDENT PLEDGES TO BUILD A STRONG, UNITED COUNTRY 00:04:59 GOVERNANCE: CARICOM, INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS LAUD DECLARATION OF GUYANA’S MARCH […]

Cayman: Government full steam ahead with implementation of National Energy Policy

This month sees a step forward for sustainability in the Cayman Islands as theMinistry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure (CPI) launches a new public education campaign for its National Energy Policy, Energy Cayman. The vision of the campaign is to promote energy efficiency and conservation methods to residents and businesses in the Cayman Islands, encouraging a sustainable […]

Cayman: CBC imports at an all time record-breaking high

From Cayman Islands Customs & Border Control Customs & Border Control received a record-breaking amount of imported goods during the month of June, topping out at 18,000 individual imports. This was 5,000 more than the previous month placing a great strain on CBC resources as well as couriers and consolidated agents. As a result CBC […]

Cayman: Bourdain portrait released to celebrate Bourdain Day 2020

Limited edition charity print goes on sale TORONTO, ON (June 11, 2020) – To commemorate Bourdain Day on June 25th, Cayman Islands-based artist, Shane Aquârt, also known as ‘Dready’, will release a limited edition charity print of a portrait he was commissioned to create in 2018 of the world renowned chef and author, Anthony Bourdain. All sales […]

No agreement with UK without fisheries agreement

The EPP Group demands a new fishing agreement with the UK, or it will reject a post-Brexit trade accord. The EPP Group’s Francois-Xavier Bellamy, who wrote the report on the issue for the Fisheries Committee in the European Parliament, says a long-term fishing accord will preserve livelihoods in Europe and the UK. It would also […]