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  • Cayman Bulletin – Brace for Heavy Rains, Potential Flooding
    Brace for Heavy Rains, Potential Flooding Grand Cayman, 20 June 2024 – A tropical wave is expected to enter the western Caribbean region supporting rainy weather conditions and bringing […]
  • Cayman Hosts Successful Caribbean Postal Conference
    Attendees at the Opening Ceremony of the Universal Postal Union Summit on Monday 3rd June. Over 50 representatives from 23-member countries attended the successful 26th annual Caribbean Postal Union […]
  • Cayman: Police Investigate Robbery in George Town
    From RCIPS Shortly after 4:00AM today, 19 June, officers responded to a report of a robbery at a restaurant on Eastern Avenue, south of the intersection with Godfrey Nixon Way. It was reported that a […]
  • Cayman: Government’s Asia Office Opens Next Week
    Grand Cayman, 18 June 2024 – On Wednesday 26 June the Cayman Islands Government will officiallyopen its Asia office, to establish and deepen strong public- and private-sector relations throughout […]
  • Infrastructure Minister wowed by students’ technology focus on addressing community issues
    Pictured are Minds Inspired Inter-School SDG Challenge winners from Grace Christian Academy with their teachers, Cabinet Ministers Hon. Johany “Jay” Ebanks and Hon. Katherine Ebanks-Wilks, Dart […]

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Police have good information over missing Kerran

Police have narrowed their inquiries in the search for missing Kerran Baker, having interviewed everyone that had Blackberry Messenger contacts with her on the night she disappeared. “The good news is that we have visited and spoken to everybody with…

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Sponsorship Claws

Another media house has sponsorship deals with some of the quasi-Government bodies i.e. Pirates Week Festival (The C.I. National Festival) and Cayman Arts Festival. In this deal it precludes Pirates Week and Cayman Arts Festival advertising with any other media…

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Toastmasters tackle Glossophobia

The Grand Cayman Toastmasters Club meets on Thursday nights at the Chamber of Commerce offices in Governor’s Square. It aims to train members in all the skills associated with public speaking. Advanced Toastmaster Annick Jackman introduced the evening’s activities –…

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Dance Lab takes off at CNCF

The Cayman National Cultural Foundation, CNCF, commemorates and showcases the diversity of the Cayman Island’s Heritage and on Friday 12th, the foundation held a free night of fun and dance dubbed Dance Lab. The public were encouraged to join in…

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A mug of coffee, anyone?

Many of us have drunk a mug of coffee during the quiet moments of our day. We drink it to jolt our systems when our system is falling asleep and we still need to work. Once upon a time, an…

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MEAN STREETS: Terrified granny says it was just like the movies

A 70 year old woman has relived the moment a callous gunman robbed her family store – firing his weapon wildly in the air as he did so. Eunice Seymour has worked behind the counter at Uncle Clem’s Meat and…

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To the edge of the universe!

Miss Cayman Cristin Alexander is ready to take on the UNIVERSE! The Bodden Town Beauty is flying off to San Paulo in Brazil to represent the nation in the prestigious Miss Universe competition. Miss Alexander, 24, was crowned Miss Cayman…

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Working together: RCIPS and you

This newspaper has been preaching over the past three months that the only way we, as a country, can combat crime is to work with the RCIPS as a united team. This unification has to be  on equal terms but…

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KENTUCKY FRIED TURKEYS! KFC raiders steal empty cash register

Clueless thieves held up Kentucky Fried Chicken… but snatched the wrong till! The armed robbers struck at the drive-through window of the fast food joint just after 10:30pm on Thursday. Two men wielding a handgun and a machete threatened a…

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Fiber Optics

Fibre optics has been fabricated from materials that transmit light and are made from a bundle of very thin glass or plastic fibres enclosed in a tube. One end is at a source of light and the other end is…