Whether you are a pro or new to the planning game, planning an event usually involves busy days, long hours, and extreme multi-tasking, but following these 6 tips will help you avoid some common event-day mishaps. 1. Have plenty of staff at registration Assign specific duties to your staff and volunteers in different areas suchClick for more >
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For the first time in Cayman’s history, a people-initiated referendum has called for a national vote in regards to the cruise port project. With a total of 5,302 signatures from registered voters, the future of the $200 million project is now in the hands of the public. With the recent devastation upon the BahamasClick for more >
The Cayman Islands’ RCIPS helicopter has been sent to the Bahamas to support relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Dorian. Social media has been exploding with #SharpieGate memes this week after President Trump doubled down on his inaccurate tweet relating to Dorian’s path towards Alabama. Keep your eye out for turtle poachers,Click for more >
After nearly three decades of providing breaking news and up-to-date information to Cayman, Cayman 27 will officially sign off today at 6pm. A new public health initiative in Canada has taken a provocative approach to educating the public about the dangers of cocaine in a “Take the Coke Challenge“. We are saddened toClick for more >
The Cayman Islands National U-17 girls team played their first game in the CONCACAF Women’s U-17 Championship against Dominica with a 8-1 win. To see the girls take on Martinique tonight, head down to Truman Bodden Sports Complex. Congratulations to Reshma Sharma who was this week appointed as Cayman’s new Solicitor General following an open recruitment process.Click for more >