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Author - Reshma Ragoonath

Reshma RagoonathReshma Ragoonath is a Trinidadian journalist with 18 years media experience with a strong background in print with her most recent stint at The Cayman Reporter. She has a BA in Mass Communications, as well as, an Associate degree in Journalism and Public Relations.

Crime News

Man crashes into Airport building

A North Side man faces possible drunk driving and careless driving charges. This after he crashed into a building at the Owen Roberts International Airport. Police said...

Crime News

Unmarked police car involved in crash

An investigation is launched into a collision involving an unmarked police car and a motorcycle. The incident happened Friday (5 July) afternoon shortly after 5 p.m. in...

Crime News Politics

West Bay land dispute: CoP tours easement

Police Commissioner Derek Byrne is set to meet with landowner Wilson Mendoza this week. It comes after the Commissioner toured the site of an ongoing dispute over an...

Environment News

550lbs of garbage collected Sand Hole beach

Volunteers help remove 550 lbs of garbage from Sand Hole beach over the weekend. Teams from Cayman Turtle Centre, Miss World Cayman and Island Electronics Security and...

Culture News Politics

House Speaker Hon. McKeeva Bush attends Tynwald Day celebrations

House Speaker Hon. McKeeva Bush represents the Cayman Islands at the Isle of Man’s Tynwald Day celebrations. Mr. Bush was a guest at the annual celebrations to...

Business Culture News

Caricom leaders reject OECD blacklisting standards

Caricom leaders call out the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development or OECD for its blacklisting standards. They say those standards should be resisted...

Business News

Speaker Bush clears air on Dart’s iconic tower

House Speaker Hon. McKeeva Bush clarifies his position on Dart’s proposed iconic tower. He said, on Friday (4 July), contrary to media reports he did not say the...

DEH says it’s working on garbage pick-up delays
Business News

DEH says it’s working on garbage pick-up delays

Some communities have been hit with delays in garbage collection. The Department of Environmental Health said it is due to a temporary shortage of staff. As a result of...


DOE concerned by turtle deaths

A severely injured loggerhead turtle is euthanised. It was injured after it becoming entangled in fishing nets and lines in Barkers Beach. On Friday (5 July) another...

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