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GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- The Economics and Statistics Office (ESO) will commence the Labour Force Survey (LFS) for Spring 2017 on Sunday (March 5th).

The LFS seeks to collect data on the employed and unemployed persons in the...

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- The Truman Bodden Law School is set to introduce a new taught postgraduate programme in September 2017: a Master of Laws Degree in International Finance Law and Regulation.

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- On Wednesday, 1 February 2017, a Panamanian national Mr. Narciso Barrios, who was a passenger on board the cruise ship Monarch, was detained at the ship’s Security Checkpoint when he attempted to board the vessel...

194 Persons Currently Unable To Vote

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- A total of 194 electors listed with incorrect addresses will not be able to vote in the 24 May 2017 General Elections if their information is not correct before 20 February.

  Royal Canadian Legion Members Visit

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- Members of the Cayman Islands Veterans Association (CIVA) hosted 56 Canadian veterans and spouses for a day’s visit to Grand Cayman.

RFA Wave Knight To Visit Grand Cayman

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- The Naval Support Ship RFA WAVE KNIGHT will arrive in Grand Cayman on 2 February for a 4 day visit during her deployment to the region on Atlantic Patrol Tasking North (APT(N)).

Truman Bodden Law School Lecturer’s Research Presented In Brussels

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- Truman Bodden Law School Lecturer and Course Leader of the LLM Programme to be introduced in September 2017, Laura Panades-Estruch, an expert in Public-Private Partnerships, has been selected to inform the...

CIFS Candidates Complete The Physical Ability Test

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- Firefighting is a physical job, and 44 Caymanians recently put their fitness to the test to see if they have what it takes to enlist in the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS).

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- Once again, we are approaching another wonderful Christmas season in the Cayman Islands. 

The “Beast” in action, mulching last year’s Christmas trees.

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- Christmas trees can be recycled and turned into mulch after the festive season to save them from going into the landfill.

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