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Cayman continues to take cautious steps towards the next level of opening up the economy.

The government has announced that it’s now working towards a target date of June 22nd with a series of graduated relaxations leading up to that date.

29 May, 2020

Austin Harris’s Prospect Bond

Prospect MLA Austin Harris regularly makes the rounds of his constituency with calls and visits, however since the onset of the COVID19 Pandemic, he has been seen making regular deliveries of Food Vouchers to the elderly and families in need.

29 May, 2020

Local organisations collaborate on Covid-19 support concert

A great big concert, featuring head lining singers and musicians from all around the globe will take place on Saturday 30 May at 7pm – 9.30 pm, and is accessible online. It will support all those behind the scenes COVID 19 heroes, including first responders, and many different families....

29 May, 2020 1 Comments

Bus Shelters Post COVID-19 Messages

Boosted by a recent partnership among Rotary Central, local businesses and the Cayman Islands Government, simple but vital COVID-19 messages are now displayed in 22 prime bus shelter locations throughout Grand Cayman, where they can easily be viewed by the public.

29 May, 2020

Cayman Enterprise City’s Economic Impact is US$260 Million

Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) has recently released its annual estimated economic impact report. The report, which was independently compiled by Berman Fisher, estimates the 2019 impact of the CEC special economic zones project on the local economy to have exceed USD $50 million....

29 May, 2020


The full scale of the economic challenge facing the Cayman Islands has been laid out. Pledging that the government is committed to presenting "the unvarnished truth", Hon. Minister of Finance Roy McTaggart said it was “disheartening for me to relay such bad news”....

29 May, 2020

Community Notice: Registration of New-borns Must Be Done by Appointment Only

General Registry is adopting interim measures to assist members of the public register new-born babies during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

29 May, 2020

Post Office Advises Mail May be Inbound by Courier

The Cayman Islands Postal Service (CIPS) advises customers that throughout the month of April, some mail normally received by CIPS was instead sent to the Islands via courier.

29 May, 2020


The Chairman of the Liquor Licensing Board advises the public of the Liquor Licensing Board quarterly meeting to be held on Friday, June 26, 2020.

29 May, 2020

Local artists explore COVID difficulties and opportunities

Artists and musicians are free spirits, and they don’t like restrictions, such as those brought by the COVID-19 rules. Painters of landscapes and seascapes, or photographers who like to catch the hustle of town scenes, are naturally going to feel restricted.

29 May, 2020
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