The global debate over development and the environment is being played out in the Cayman Islands in the court of law and the court of public opinion.
Hundreds of people took pleasure in some fantastic musical performances over the past couple of weeks as the annual Cayman Arts Festival programme brought classical, jazz, and even big brass band music to the Cayman Islands in fine style.
This week the Cayman Islands Red Cross Hurricane Shelter and HQ building has finally reopened after a much-needed renovation process that has taken two years to complete.
Having declared the spread of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) a world health emergency, the World Health Organisation has issued some basic steps that everyone should be following to ensure they stay healthy.
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Tuesday’s 7.7 magnitude shook all of us, an earthquake of such strength that we hope we will never experience again.
The 7.7 magnitude earthquake that rocked the Cayman Islands on Tuesday afternoon tested Cayman’s Hazard Management and emergency teams unlike ever before.
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