He hath founded it upon the seas
Thursday, Oct 22, 2020
A world within. A state apart.
Add Your News
What's your Health Move? Episode 1
Your dose of health & lifestyle news covering the "must do's", "how to's" and answers to issues of the day, and of course lots of inspiration to help you live a long and healthy life.
Quote of the Day
Hanging onto resentment is letting someone you despise live rent-free in your head.
5 asteroids buzz by Earth TODAY, as NASA gears up for historic touchdown on asteroid Bennu
With just 73 days left in 2020, NASA has published an alert that not one, but five asteroids are passing by Earth today, as the agency’s Osiris-Rex spacecraft prepares to touch ...
Ethnic minority Covid risk 'not explained by racism'
A scientist advising the government on ethnicity and Covid says "structural racism is not a reasonable explanation" for black and south Asian people's greater risk of illness an...
Spain becomes first EU nation with 1 million coronavirus cases
Country is sixth in the world to cross grim milestone after US, India, Brazil, Russia and Argentina.
VIDEO: News Brief, 21 October
20 th Silent Witness March taking place this Friday, Health Services Authority Job seekers fair this Friday, Swim meet on the Brac draws hundreds of spectators
One new COVID-19 case reported in Cayman Islands
The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 293 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Tuesday, 20 October 2020. One was positive and is ...
LA Gives Defence Bill Unanimous Passage
Members in the House gave their unanimous assent to the second reading of the Defence Bill, 2000, ensuring its ultimate passage and thereby setting the administrative framework ...
DG Speaks During Defence Bill Debate
Deputy Governor, Hon. Franz Manderson in his contribution to the Defence Bill, 2020 debate Monday, 19 October 2020, emphasised that the formation of a regiment in the Cayman Isl...
Legislative Assembly sessions, October 21
Airline coalition working with WHO to 'get rid of quarantines,' replace it with testing
The airline industry is hoping that testing will help revive its businesses.
VIDEO: News Brief, 20 October
Office of Education Standards hold Inspections, Annual Poppy Campaign has started, Anti-Bullying dress for a cause day, this Friday
No new COVID-19 cases reported in Cayman Islands, 20 October
The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 238 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Monday, 19 October 2020. All were negative.
Robbery in George Town
Shortly after 10:00AM today, 20 October, officers responded to a report of an incident on Eastern Avenue, in the vicinity of Shedden Road, where a man was approached by another ...
How dangerous is the air around us? | COVID-19 Special
Scientists are still assessing how dangerous these doses of airborne virus can be - and what we can do to avoid them. Opening a window is one way to keep the air fresh.
Global coronavirus cases pass 40 million mark
The pace of the pandemic is picking up: it took 32 days to go from 30 million global cases to 40 million, compared with 38 days to get from 20 million to 30 million.
2 new COVID-19 cases reported in Cayman Islands, 19 October
The Chief Medical Officer, Dr John Lee, reports that 980 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Friday, 17 October 2020. Two were positive who are ...
VIDEO: News Brief, 19 October
Invasion Green Iguana is an issue on Cayman Brac, Stony Coral Tissue loss disease, 11TH Annual Healthcare Conference takes place
Premier's Remarks on Defence Bill
The Defence Bill, 2020 is now before the House and the Premier, Hon. Alden McLaughlin moved the bill today, Monday, 19 October 2020. Below are his remarks.
Legislative Assembly Oct 19, 2020
Canada and the US extend their border closures until November
Canada and the United States extended the ban on non-essential travel between the two countries until November 21 in order to contain COVID-19, Canadian Minister of Public Secur...
'Slavery and the City' tour sheds light on London's dark past
Sellout tour highlights links to slave trade in heart of Britain's financial centre
Subscribe also to our WhatsApp channel:
Add Your News