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Mario GreyMario Grey's passion for journalism has been long intertwined with his love of people and culture from his days as a youth growing up in the Cayman Islands. He captained his debate team whilst at John Gray High School and graduated as Head Prefect. He also worked at KVHU FM in Searcy, Arkansas, United States and worked and interned for Radio Cayman News before graduating from the University Of Arkansas at Little Rock in May 2015.


Pension concerns continue

The Jamaican Honorary Consul on island Dr. Joseph Marzouca will call for Cayman’s government to delay changes to the pension law for six months. Dr. Marzouca said...


Suckoo: Gov’t will pay for shutting down motion

Opposition Member Alva Suckoo said the Government will pay the price for shutting down his motion to have job vacancies advertised to Caymanians following the pensions...


George Town Primary starts Prayer week

George Town Primary students jumped started their day today with a special assembly filled with special guests who helped to commemorate prayer week. The students...


Customs begins 5-phase plan to boost vetting

The Customs Department plans around $300,000 worth of upgrades to change the way travelers declare what they’re bringing into the country. The Department said...


Unhitched trailer collides with car

A motor vehicle accident this morning (26 September) caused traffic to pile up just before the Cayman National Bank roundabout. Police said around 7:45 Tuesday morning...


Caymanian attorney Erin Panton called to bar

Erin Panton has joined the growing list of young Caymanians being called to the bar. Ms. Panton received her LLB locally before going to the UK for a post graduate...


Walk in centre pays homage to Estella Scott-Roberts

There’s a facility in Grand Cayman geared towards helping anyone suffering from domestic abuse. Estella’s Place located at Crown Plaza on Eastern Avenue was...


Inmates learn forgiveness through Sycamore Tree programme

Restorative justice is the theme for 10 Northward inmates all of whom completed the Prisons Sycamore Tree Programme. Programe Director Cathy Gomez said the experience is...


Seymour: “I’m not running again unless dock is built”

Bodden Town East MLA and Health Minister Dwayne “John John” Seymour said he will not run again if a boat dock is not built in his district. Mr. Seymour said...

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