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Three new cases of dengue in the Cayman Islands

Since the last update on November 22, 2019, 20 additional results have been received from the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) confirming three new cases of dengue in the Cayman Islands.

09 Dec, 2019

1200 runners compete in the Intertrust Marathon

More than 1200 runners got up long before dawn for the 2019 Cayman Islands Marathon on Sunday 8 December. It started right outside Sharkeez on the waterfront.

09 Dec, 2019

Moratorium Coming for Operators

On Thursday Dec 5th a joint statement proposing new regulations for the usage of Stingray City and Cayman’s broader Wild Life Interaction Zone was proffered in the Legislative Assembly....

09 Dec, 2019


The QEII Botanic Park is dressed and ready for Christmas thanks to the hard-working ladies of the Garden Club of Grand Cayman (GCGC).

06 Dec, 2019

New RCIPS Helicopter arrives on Island

The new RCIPS Helicopter arrives on Island today (Friday 6 December). This second helicopter, another Airbus H145 model, will sit alongside the RCIPS Air Operations Unit’s existing H145, which arrived on island last March and was purchased as part of a joint deal between the UK and Cayman.

06 Dec, 2019

CIG Announces Leadership Graduates

Over a hundred supervisors and managers have completed a leadership programme delivered by City & Guilds of London through the Civil Service College (CSC).

06 Dec, 2019

New Cartier Boutique Comes to GT

What is being referred to as the premier Cartier store in the Caribbean had its official opening on Saturday, 30th November at the Bayshore Mall in George Town.

04 Dec, 2019

Official Opposition urges NO on Referendum Day

Members of the Opposition, including Leader Arden McLean, Deputy Leader Alva Suckoo, along with MLA’s Chris Saunders, Anthony Eden, Kenneth Bryan and Bernie Bush, all got together at Savannah Primary School on Monday evening...

04 Dec, 2019


The word ‘sustainability’, like the phrase ‘climate change’ tends to get so overused that one could be justified in wondering if, like the concerns over the environment, it too faces a threat of extinction.

04 Dec, 2019

Cruise sector supports stayover tourism, says Tourism Minister

Deputy Premier and Tourism Minister stressed that the cruise and stayover markets are complementary and can coexist together to benefit the country’s economy.

02 Dec, 2019
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