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Road Safety Operations Continue

Following its Easter Holiday Campaign this past March, the RCIPS is conducting another targeted road safety campaign commencing this coming Monday, as part of its efforts to reduce serious injuries and fatalities on our roads, and encourage safe driving beha...

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Enhanced Border Security with Non-Invasive Body Scanners Installed at...

In an effort to further bolster national security and ensure the safety of residents and visitors within the Cayman Islands community, Customs & Border Control Service (CBC) announces the installation of state-of-the-art non-intrusive body scanners at both the Owen Roberts Interna...

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Cayman Made initiative showcased to local producers

Over a dozen local businesses heard about Cayman Made – an exciting new initiativ...

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Annual Turtle Release Goes ‘Swimmingly’

The Cayman Turtle and Conservation and Education Center (CTCEC) staged its Annual...

19 Jun, 2024

Government

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Cayman Hosts Successful Caribbean Postal Conference

Over 50 representatives from 23-member countries attended the successful 26th annual Caribbean Postal Union Conference and Caribbean Council of Ministers for Postal Affairs Meeting, in Grand Cayman from 3-7 June.

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Plan Cayman- George Town Residents have their say

Constitution Hall was filled on Thursday 6 June, as residents came to voice their...

17 Jun, 2024

Cubans will need in-transit visas

In a bid to curb “irregular migration” of Cubans through the Cayman Islands, Cabi...

14 Jun, 2024

Environment

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20 May, 2024

Cayman’s First Climate Fair: Inspiring Awareness and Action Among Yout...

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands proudly announces the Cayman Climate Fair, a pioneering event designed to educate and empower the youth of our nation about the critical issue of climate change.

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National Trust hosts intimate screening of “Saving the Blues”

Members of the National Trust hosted an intimate screening this week of ‘Saving t...

15 May, 2024

Renowned biologist Ian Redmond to visit the Cayman Islands

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands is hosting renowned wildlife biologist...

08 May, 2024

Law Enforcement

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Police Investigate Robbery in George Town

Shortly after 4:00AM on Wednesday, 19 June, officers responded to a report of a robbery at a restaurant on Eastern Avenue, south of the intersection with Godfrey Nixon Way.

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Police Continue 2024 Road Safety Operations with Second Road...

Following its Easter Holiday Campaign this past March, the RCIPS is conducting an...

21 Jun, 2024

Anti-Corruption Commission Files Charges

Following a complex and protracted investigation, investigators from the Anti-Cor...

14 Jun, 2024

Arts & Culture

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13 Jun, 2024

Cayman’s creative arts are booming

More than 150 artists took part in Cayman Art Week this year, many exhibiting their work for the first time.

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Deal Sealed: Caymanian Teen Signs with Regional and Internati...

Local high school student, Alana Tooker, has recently achieved a significant mile...

30 May, 2024

George Town Revitalisation celebrates Cayman Art Week Central...

The George Town Revitalisation Initiative, managed under the Ministry of Planning...

20 May, 2024

Regional

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Cuba gets relief from US

Cuba’s 11.2 million citizens have endured many challenges over the decades and in recent years, life has become almost insufferable; but at least the stringent rules the United States have imposed have been eased, at least until the presidential elections in November.

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ELECTRIC CARS FOR CUBA: ALUM EARNS A+ IN TRADE DIPLOMACY

When the white Tesla Model Y rolled onto the dock at Mariel Port in Cuba, it mark...

19 Jun, 2024

Sports

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19 Jun, 2024

345FC shines at Rood-Wit International U10 Tournament

Cayman Islands-based 345FC recently competed at the Rood-Wit International Under-10 Soccer Tournament in the Netherlands, dropping only a single tournament match in a field that featured some of the best academy teams in the world.

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