January 20, 2020

Did you celebrate your Right to Know?

Did you see a sea of blue last Friday September 27th?   It wasn’t the weather, but a gentle reminder for you to don blue duds in support of transparency, accountability and participation. It was a chance to dress down in support of the fifth annual Right to Know Day in the Cayman Islands and […]

Sir Ronald Sanders asks Don’t Syrian people count?

OPINION: What about the Syrian people? Do they count? By Sir Ronald Sanders From Caribbean360 Many governments around the world have concluded that military intervention in Syria by any country or group of countries would be illegal in the absence of authorisation by the UNSC says Sir Ronald Sanders. (Photo: UN) BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Thursday September […]

New York’s underground to Caribbean mainstream

by Philline from Tropical Fete London, UK – For several years now New York’s underground have become increasingly familiar with the popular mixtapes of a rising sensation named Yung Image. Remixing popular tracks such as Laza Morgan’s – “One By One”, Lady Gaga’s, “Bad Romance” and Drake’s “Light it Up”. Born in the Caribbean island […]

Why music makes our brain sing

By Robert J. Zatorre and Valorie N. Salimpoor, New York Times Music is not tangible. You can’t eat it, drink it or mate with it. It doesn’t protect against the rain, wind or cold. It doesn’t vanquish predators or mend broken bones. And yet humans have always prized music — or well beyond prized, loved […]

Reggae artist Mishka heading to Taunton

By Jeffrey D. Wagner Taunton Daily Gazette Taunton — On first appearance, the Caribbean-based Mishka appears to be the stereotypical laid-back reggae artist. But one conversation with this 1960s-influenced artist will prove that an introspective, socially conscious young man brews beneath the surface of his beard, acoustic guitar and trademark cap. His music packs a […]


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Flare gun, mask and bayonet seized during house search – Man in custody

A man has been arrested and is currently detained in police custody after an early morning raid on a house in East End. About 5.45 am today (Wednesday, 15 May) officers searched a house in John McLean Drive, East End. During the search a flare gun, mask and bayonet were seized. A 47-year-old man was […]

Consuelo Ebanks death

It is with much sadness we announce the death of the much loved Consuelo Ebanks, writer, actor, activist, artist, and more who died suddenly Tuesday afternoon after collapsing the day before (6) at Hurley’s and being admitted to the George Town Hospital. Consuelo was a member of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation Board and was […]

Elections Office: issuing of voter cards – UPDATE

The Elections Office is extending the hours during the weekday for Voter ID cards in order to ensure as many persons as possible have the opportunity to receive their ID.  The last day to collect a voter’s card from the Elections Office is Friday May 10, 2013. The hours as of today (Fri): Friday May […]

PWD conducts shuttering exercise

Members of the public are advised that the Public Works Department (PWD) and the National Roads Authority (NRA) will carry out their annual hurricane preparedness exercise on Thursday May 2, 2013. As part of the exercise PWD and the NRA will shutter and inspect over 100 Government complexes and buildings on Grand Cayman, including 16 […]