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The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.
Student-led protest targets port project
“If the younger generation could vote, 90% of us would say no.”
HSA medical director receives humanitarian award
Health Services Authority Medical Director Dr. Delroy Jefferson, who has spent his annual leave for the past 15 years on volunteer medical missions, has been honoured for his hu...
Nearly $285,000 raised at Big Shave
It was another great turnout for Hannah’s Heroes Big Shave event in support of St. Baldrick’s Foundation childhood cancer research on Friday. The total raised this year at the h...
Minister talks regulation with offshore sector
Financial Services Minister Tara Rivers told hundreds of representatives from the offshore sector recently that government was doing all it could to deal with the new demands in...
Fintech adoption expected to increase quickly
Earlier this summer, consulting firm EY released a report highlighting that financial technology (fintech) adoption among consumers nearly doubled over the past 18 months, and t...
Elections Office urges voters to register
If the cruise port referendum is held this year, eligible voters who have not already registered with the Elections Office will not be able to cast a ballot in the historic vote.
Cayman attracts green tourism attention
Efforts by the tourism industry and NGOs across Cayman are helping the destination earn a reputation for marine conservation. This jurisdiction has come top in several industry ...
Activists join global demo with sunset climate strike
Led by the Protect Our Future movement, young Caymanian activists will be joining in the global climate demonstration this Friday with a ‘sunset strike’ in George Town. As the C...
Cabinet urged to release cruise project info
The campaigners who successfully petitioned to trigger a people-initiated referendum on the issue of government’s proposed cruise berthing facility have once again put pen to pa...
Activists: Bullying policy won’t protect LGBTI
Local advocacy group Colours Cayman, which fights for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people, has raised concerns that the education minis...
BVI Rotary to wire some $100K to hurricane ravaged Bahamas today
Thanks to the initiative of the Rotary clubs in the Virgin Islands and the generosity of residents and businesses, some $160,000 has been raised via a telethon held at Maria’s b...
Tech deal still not public a year after signing
More than a year after the Ministry of Commerce entered into a deal with TechCayman, a business platform with the goal of attracting information technology entrepreneurs to the ...
Cayman Airways sticking with Max 8’s
Cayman Airways Ltd intends to stick with the currently grounded Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, officials have said, despite ongoing concerns about the model in the wake of two fatal...
National Trust dismisses chair’s ‘conflict’
The National Trust for the Cayman Islands has said that the involvement of Andrew Gibb, the chair of its elected council, in the controversial plan for a massive resort developm...
UK charity buys 10 acres of bio-diverse local land
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is buying ten acres of land in East End bordering the Salina Reserve to protect the habitat for birds and other species. This is th...
Chopper providing vital assistance to Bahamas
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service helicopter, which was deployed to the Bahamas last week to help with relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, flew 21 flights in t...
School standards gap between rich and poor
The Office of Education Standards found that 35% of children attending one of the 25 education facilities inspected so far go to schools or early learning centres with an overal...
The Rise of Phantom FDI in Global Tax Havens
Empty corporate shells in tax havens undermine tax collection in advanced, emerging market, and developing economies
Cayman Islands police helicopter deployed to Bahamas
The Royal Cayman Islands Police helicopter took off for the Bahamas on Thursday to help in the relief effort following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Dorian. The Bahamian ...
All hail Cayman’s queen!
Describing Kadejah Bodden as the new Miss Cayman Islands Universe only hints at a fraction of what this 23-year-old Bodden Towner has accomplished. With a bachelor’s in biochemi...
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