June 30, 2022

Cayman: Updated Jubilee Weekend Celebrations Offer Family Friendly Fun

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Grand Cayman, 31 May 2022 – The Cayman Islands Government will join the United Kingdom, other Overseas Territories and The Commonwealth in celebrating Her Majesty the Queen over the long weekend, 2 – 6 June 2022.  While festivities began earlier this year, local officials have scheduled several fun, family-friendly events over the long weekend, which includes […]

Cayman Minister updates the Public on EU / UK Visit

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Grand Cayman, 30 May 2022 –  The EU and UK visit by a Ministry of Financial Services and Commerce delegation, led by the Hon. Minister André Ebanks, continued the Cayman Islands’ productive discussions with stakeholders on anti-money laundering, Russia sanctions, international tax cooperation, sustainable finance, and transparency and good governance. “Building this mutual understanding, which moves both sides of […]

Cayman: Platinum Jubilee Family Tea Party celebrates 70-Year Reign

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Grand Cayman, 26 May 2022 –The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Family Afternoon Tea Party at the Gallery was a patriotic occasion on Saturday, 21 May 2022.  Held on the grounds of the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI), the festive community event was hosted by the Gallery in partnership with the Ministry of Youth, Sports, Culture […]

Cayman: Weekly COVID-19 Situational Report – 25 May

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Grand Cayman – Public Health has issued the COVID-19 Situational Report for Epidemiological, or Epi., Week 20, (15 – 21 May), today Thursday 26 May. This is the final situational report, as the Ministry of Health and Wellness will transition to a weekly newsletter on communicable and non-communicable diseases effective 1 June. Daily COVID-19 updates will continue, […]

Cayman: Museum Opens Animatronic of Historic Female Trailblazer

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Grand Cayman, 24 May 2022 – The Cayman Islands National Museum (CINM) unveiled its newest permanent exhibit featuring one of the Islands’ most iconic and admired figures. The opening of the life-like Miss Annie Huldah Bodden animatronic display was held on Thursday, 12 May, at the Old Courts Building.  The unveiling event was attended by MP and […]

Cayman: Another successful year for Island Heritage’s CharityDrive

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Grand Cayman, 24 May 2022- Island Heritage Insurance Company, Ltd. (“Island Heritage”) is pleased to report the success of its annual CharityDrive event, with all three of the 2022 charities involved receiving CI $10,000 each. The YMCA of the Cayman Islands, the Central Caribbean Marine Institute (CCMI) and the Cayman Islands Cancer Society took part […]

Cayman: Customer Appreciation Day at DVDL – Wednesday, May 25

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Grand Cayman – The Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing (DVDL) will host a Customer Appreciation Day at its three locations on Wednesday, May 25. The event will be held at Crewe Road from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Breakers and West Bay, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Customer Service Representatives and other staff members […]

Cayman: U11 Girls Cricket Rally Underway This Week

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Grand Cayman, 23 May 2022 – The Department of Sports (DoS) is helping to host the second-ever U11 Girls cricket rally Wednesday, 25 May 2022. The inter-primary one-day tournament is being coordinated by the Department of Education Services (DES) in partnership also with the Cayman Islands Cricket Association and Caribbean Utilities Company (CUC). Matches will be […]

Cayman: Firefighters receive accredited fire and rescue training

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Grand Cayman 20 May 2022 – The Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) firefighters recently underwent accredited driver skills training with Emergency Response Driver Training Ltd (ERDT) UK and fire and rescue industry training courses with Oshkosh for the operation of the new CIFS emergency truck equipment required for aviation and domestic support. “We worked with our partners […]

Monkeypox cases increase overseas, Cayman to be aware

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Grand Cayman, 20 May 2022 –  New cases of human monkeypox have been found in several European countries, the United States, Canada and Australia. No cases have been detected in the Caribbean to date. Monkeypox is a viral infection usually associated with travel to West and Central Africa, where the virus is endemic. It is usually a mild […]