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Tina Trumbach


Tina Trumbach is a Caymanian communication professional with over 20 years of experience across a range of communication-based disciplines, including public relations, public information, press liaison, marketing, advertising, sales, broadcasting, publishing and journalism. She has a degree in Communication from Loyola University Chicago and began her career as a government press liaison with Government Information Services. Ms Trumbach has also taught undergraduate Communication courses at the International College of the Cayman Islands (ICCI.) Born and raised in the Cayman Islands, she is the mother of three children.


Articles by Tina Trumbach

Local & Caribbean news in brief

Gun found after truck crash A gun was retrieved after police chased a pickup truck which crashed and arrested two men. The incident happened on Saturday, Jan. 21 sometime after 2 a.m. The two men failed to stop for police on Shamrock Road and the police followed the vehicle. The …

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Murray aims to break his Aussie jinx

It may not be an Olympic or World Cup year but 2017 promises to be another thrilling 12 months of compelling sports action. Ron Shillingford looks at some of the major sporting events coming up that will get worldwide attention. Australian Open (Tennis): The opening year’s Grand Slam Australian Open …

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times

The Cayman Islands marked the 12th anniversary of the passage of Hurricane Ivan on Sunday 11 September and Monday 12 September. In 2004, the Category 5 storm spent 36 hours battering our tiny islands. And while most of us who lived through it can certainly relate to the aftermath being …

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The ongoing vocational gap

Just as the Islands’ public school students returned to school after their Summer break, the Ministry of Education published its “Education Plan of Action for 2016-2017.” The plan is described as “an operational plan for all government schools in the Cayman Islands.” It was developed by representatives from the Ministry …

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When in Rome….

When in Rome, do as the Romans. So the saying goes. However, this does not seem to apply when it comes to small nations and territories such as the Cayman Islands. We are careful to use the word “territories” in addition to “nations” as we are constantly reminded in the …

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Party politics

The more things change, the more they stay the same. In the past year, we have seen some changes to the political parties in the Cayman Islands. We have had three defections from the People’s Progressive Movement (PPM) with Anthony Eden, Alva Suckoo and then Winston Connolly leaving the government …

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Three arrested in prison smuggling attempt

Prison officers at HMP Northward interrupted a smuggling attempt shortly after midnight on Tuesday 16 August. Police subsequently made three arrests. At around 12:15AM on the morning of Tuesday 16 August, police responded to a call from prison officers at HMP Northward regarding their capture of a man suspected to have been …

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