News story: Darwin Plus: 'Bird-borne' radar for albatrosses among 17 new projects to be funded
Funding for 17 conservation projects worth more than £3.5 million in the UK Overseas Territories has been announced from the Darwin Plus initiative to deliver commitments in the 25 Year Environment Plan.
Silent Witness March shines spotlight on domestic violence
Marchers gather outside the Legislative Assembly Friday following the Silent Witness March. – Photo: Andrel Harris Last year, 2,200 cases of domestic violence were reported in the Cayman Islands. So ...
It’s a brand new season and a brand new Roma United. Roma, which underwent massive turnover in the offseason, came through with a timely goal in its Cayman Islands Premier League season opener against ...
New agreement will help SRTC students become veterinarians
She added, “it is also a good option for our own current and alumni Vet Tech students who have been surprised by how much they love the field and want to further their education and their career… and ...
WSU basketball: Non-con slate could add up to double-digit wins
WSU’s non-conference schedule -- largely put together a year ago -- features some good tests in the form of New Mexico State, Santa Clara and the teams in the Cayman Islands Classic. But most of the ...
(CNS): A man who was charged with indecent and common assault on his wife has been cleared after the crown offered no evidence. However, according to the details of the case, the man appears to have suffered ample punishment as his wife reportedly bit his penis when he had attempted to force her to have […]
(CNS): The government has issued a rare official statement relating to the negotiations between it and the Dart-led consortium that was selected to tackle the dump and the Cayman Islands’ wider garbage management issues. The short statement said that Decco (Dart’s general contractor) will begin capping and covering the “main mound” at the George Town […]
Primary school makes some progress, say inspectors
(CNS): After the third follow-through inspection at Sir John A. Cumber Primary School in West Bay, inspectors found that the school had finally made satisfactory progress on most of the 16 recommendations made some five years ago. Inspectors said progress was ‘satisfactory’ in most areas but that students’ achievement across all year groups in English […]
(CNS): Dart has confirmed that pictures posted on social media recently of brightly coloured but very small huts are indeed their new vendor units for the Seven Mile Beach revamp project. Responding to CNS enquiries about the new kiosks, Dart officials said that they were designed to meet government specifications and to help with the […]
(CNS): The representative for George Town Central, Kenneth Bryan, is organising a national voter survey on Referendum Day to gauge public opinion on three major controversial but topical subject areas. Bryan said the issues of legalising gambling, ganja use and gay marriage are all constantly discussed but Cayman has no reliable data on what registered […]