The Cayman Islands Department of Agriculture is scheduled to host a series of district meetings updating the public on the control and identification of this serious plant pest 25th August 2006, 11:33am
These sea creatures are commonly found in Cayman during this time of year, and the Department of Environment is advising the public that there is no potential threat to swimmers. 23rd August 2006, 4:48pm
A taskforce has been formed to investigate and provide recommendations on ways to change existing laws on sexual harassment and stalking; its first step will be to conduct a survey. 21st August 2006, 11:21am
Nicosia Lawson and Mason Chisholm, two Cayman Youth Ambassadors. recently attended a CARICOM youth planning and skills training workshop on sexually transmitted infections in St. Lucia. 11th August 2006, 4:49pm
Cayman's aviation security is directed by the UK Department for Transport; however, with the threat directed at US airlines, the CIAA will help implement US directives to carriers flying to the US. 10th August 2006, 12:45pm
The Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions has fully accredited the programme, lauding it for its 'outstanding students, enthusiastic and committed teachers including residents'. 9th August 2006, 2:49pm
Dr Hassan Syed, recently the head of the college’s IT department, is a strong advocate of the Islands’ young people and has worked closely with local industry and the Department of Employment Relations to promote student placements and career services. 7th August 2006, 3:26pm
"I'm very proud to see so many young people seizing the opportunity to further their education, for the future success of these Islands rests on your shoulders. Your country needs you!" 7th August 2006, 10:27am
Government will consider the report, "Pre-disposing Factors to Criminality in the Cayman Islands", completed by Ms Yolande Forde who specialises in policy initiatives involving judicial and correctional reform, trans-national organised crime, and crime reduction strategies.
4th August 2006, 3:35pm
Progress on this extension has not been as fast as planned, the Minister of Communications, Works and Infrastructure, the Hon Arden McLean, said in the House, citing pressure from the construction boom as a prime cause.
1st August 2006, 4:41pm