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Healthcare in total disarray

Healthcare is one of the most important services a country can provide its citizens, yet Cayman’s healthcare system is failing to adequately meet the needs of Cayman’s population. As we highlighted in our Feb. 3 issue, according to a recently released report by the Office of the Auditor General, Cayman’s …

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Red Sky At Night returns

By Natash Were Lovers of the arts are in for a treat on when the much-loved Red Sky at Night returns for its 2017 edition. Organised by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation and described as a “multi-disciplinary arts fair”, Red Sky at Night is a magical evening where local art …

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New CARICOM Youth Ambassadors appointed

Cayman’s 2017/19 CARICOM Youth Ambassadors were announced at a government press conference last week. Camille Angel, 26 and Andrel Harris, 24, replace the outgoing Youth Ambassadors James Geary, 26, and Takiyah Smith, 24, who also attended the meeting. Alternates Jessica Moore, 25, and Shantelle Young, 20 were also present. Minister …

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New Dart hotel beside Kimpton

Dart Real Estate has submitted an application for partial removal of beachrock beside Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa and Tiki Beach to build a five-star resort and residences. The new hotel will have 225 rooms and there will be 80 residences and 10 villas. According to an economic impact study …

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Cayman focused on clean energy future

By Charles Duncan Through a combination of solar and wind energy and conservation, a new proposal from Cayman’s elected leaders aims to generate 70 percent of the islands’ energy through renewable resources and get away from fossil fuels in the next 20 years. Government released a draft policy this week …

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Family Reunion

The Gramma Ellen and Grandpa Jim Jim 5th Annual Reunion took place on Saturday 26 December at the Sir John A Cumber Primary School Hall in West Bay. The annual gathering brings together the descendents of Mr James Albert Ebanks and Mrs Ellen Marie Ebanks. The couple had 11 children, …

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Mysterious trio sought by police

Chief Inspector Claudia Brady is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying three individuals spotted dumping white powdery substances along various streets in George Town Thursday morning. Mrs Brady, speaking with the Cayman Reporter in a telephone interview, assured that while the public had no reason to panic about the trio, …

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Planning for a plan

And there you have it, folks. Official word that there is a plan on the table for a National Development Plan. According to Premier Hon Alden McLaughlin, “…this Government plans to introduce a modern National Development Plan that will help us sustain economic prosperity, prevent further degradation of our environment, …

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Four TB patients hospitalised

The Public Health Department has issued an advisory that the Cayman Islands Hospital is treating four patients for tuberculosis (TB). “Tuberculosis is an airborne disease caused by germs that are spread from person to person,” explained Acting Medical Officer of Health, Dr Williams-Rodriguez. “It usually affects the lungs, but can …

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Bankers blank US cash crunch meeting

Frustration and anguish were visibly etched on the faces of Jamaican workers on Tuesday night as they left George Town Town Hall without a definitive solution to the growing US cash flow challenge. For many the lack of a clear solution to their problem of sourcing US to send home …

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