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Earthquake anniversary reminds residents to stay on their toes

While we may all have breathed a sigh of relief as Cayman bid farewell to another hurricane season unscathed, Hazard Management Cayman Islands is urging residents to be prepared for a rare, yet year-round threat – earthquakes.   The reminder was triggered by the 12th anniversary on 14 December of …

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Heart Fund gifts ambulance to HSA

A new ambulance bought with money raised by Cayman Heart Fund has been gifted to the Health Services Authority for the people of the Cayman Islands. The emergency-fleet vehicle was purchased after a huge fund-raising effort, including $60,000 donated from the 2016 Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge. It was handed over …

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NiCE workers help improve landfill

A team of workers from the National Community Enhancement Project (NiCE) is working at the George Town landfill on a variety of projects to help improve the site and services offered at the Islands’ main waste disposal facility before Christmas. Known as the NiCE project, the three-week seasonal programme has …

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Bodden Town Youth Cook Off pits boys against girls

Two teams of young chefs battled it out for the title of Bodden Town District Cook Off Champions on Saturday, 10 December 2016. Organised by the Youth Services Unit of the Ministry of Community Affairs, Youth and Sports, the event was held at the Stacy Watler Pavilion in Lower Valley. …

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Restaurant review: The Cayman Culinary Connoisseur

In every Friday’s edition of The Cayman Reporter, we will be bringing you our weekly restaurant review – The Cayman Culinary Connoisseur. All of our restaurant reviews will be published anonymously, so we can continue to give you a completely honest opinion and assessment. Tuck in at Tukka Another recent …

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PIN students enjoy Christmas family celebration

By Lindsey Turnbull George Town Primary students who attend the Positive Intervention Now (PIN) after school programme and their families were treated to a celebratory lunch at Liberty’s restaurant in West Bay on Sunday to mark the festive season. The students, who are all in year six at George Town …

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They wore yellow

Government officials joined with teachers and students of the Lighthouse School for children with special education needs to celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which is observed annually on December 3rd in countries around the world. The official colour for the observance is yellow, and Deputy Governor Hon Franz …

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Club Save making big moves, now offers worldwide travel benefits

Club Save, the Cayman Islands’ largest discount programme, is expanding to offer even more savings to its members. Founder and Managing Director Andre Espeut said, “Club Save has taken its place in just six months since launching in the Cayman Islands as the largest savings programme available locally. Already, our …

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Argentine sports marketing company admits fraud in FIFA corruption conspiracy

Torneos y Competencias S.A. agreed to US$112 million in forfeiture and criminal penalties On Tuesday 13 December, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York charged Torneos y Competencias S.A. (Torneos), a South American sports marketing company, with wire fraud conspiracy in Brooklyn federal court. The charges …

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Our Code of Ethics

We are publishing the Code of Ethics that The Cayman Reporter follows in order that our readers will understand what guides us. Our news organisation has adopted the Society of Professional Journalists code of ethics to hold us accountable to the Cayman public. Seeking the truth and the public’s right …

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