When it (might) rain on the parade

Difficult decisions are made on a daily basis. But making “the call” is only the first step. The second step is ensuring the decision is properly communicated if you want it to be successfully executed. In order to make a reasonable and responsible choice all points of view must be looked at; experts should be

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5 things you need to know – 4 Jan

Athelstan Charles Ethelwulf Long, Cayman’s first governor, celebrated his 100th birthday this week and was greeted by Cayman’s current governor, Martyn Roper.  One Dog At a Time is holding its annual “One Dog Jog” this Sunday, a 5K charity fun run/ walk at Safehaven starting at 7am.  Want to enter the Cayman-Style Beef cooking competition at Taste of

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5 things you need to know – Dec 28

With the new year upon us, our friends at the Compass take a look back on what an eventful year 2018 was, including preparations for the biggest ever music festival, a new governor, record tourism numbers and direct flights to Denver.   Instagram accidently rolled out a new functionality this week that has angered the internet.   The green igunana cull has

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5 festive things you need to know – Dec 21

We’re excited for Anchor & Den’s Christmas Night Marketing tonight, serving up a variety of festive bites, belly warming mulled wine and cocktails.  It was a Christmas miracle for a George Town family this week as their ramshackle timber home was transformed after a massive community effort that has seen the family’s house transformed. Look out for the Red Bay carolers who

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5 things you need to know – Dec 14

The National Gallery opened two new exhibits this week, The Photographer is Present which looks into Cayman’s past and Traces which focus on young artists in the Cayman Islands. The annual Jingle Bell Run/ Walk will take place this Sunday. Participants will dress in their best festival attire and all proceeds will support the Cayman

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