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Hon Roy McTaggart and Mr Joey Hew will be live tomorrow morning on For the Record, discussing topical issues with Host O.C. Connor and answering questions from the public.

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7 days ago

Ash Wednesday in the Cayman Islands unites communities through church services and the Annual Agriculture Show.

As Lent begins, let’s embrace reflection and renewal, trusting in God’s continuous grace and guidance.
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πŸš— Parking locations for the 55th Agriculture Show's Park N' Ride service have been CONFIRMED! Get ready to park hassle-free and enjoy the festivities! Here are the locations:
πŸ“ Spotts Dock
πŸ“ Open lot at Jayson Ave. & Shamrock Rd.
πŸ“ Seventh Day Adventist Church - Savannah
πŸ“ Haig Bodden Sports Complex, Bodden Town
Avoid the stress of parking and take advantage of our convenient Park and Ride options! πŸŽ‰ The Agriculture Show is this Ash Wednesday, 14 February at the Stacey Watler Agriculture Pavilion from7am to 6pm.
Admission is only $10 for adults and $5 for kids. Children 2 and younger and seniors 65+ are free!
#AgShow55 #ParkandRide #ConvenientParking #ashwednesday#ciagriculturalsociety
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2 weeks ago

Attention Livestock Farmers,

The Department has extended the deadline for the livestock entries for the 2024 55th Agriculture Show, to give farmers who may have missed the initial deadline a chance to participate.

We encourage all farmers to take advantage of this extension and submit their entries on Monday, February 12, 2024 by 10:00AM to secure a spot in the show.

Please complete all the fields on the form. Incomplete forms will not be accepted. Pen slots are limited, and will be organized on first come first served basis.
Kindly remember 4 animals per category per farmer.

To receive or email the form, contact ci.agriculturevs@gov.ky

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2 weeks ago

The current state of the Cayman Islands' tourism industry is extremely worrying. For months, we've been highlighting the inaction and complacency by successive PACT/UPM Premiers and the Minister of Tourism.

Despite previous assurances of a full recovery by year-end, recent figures show that once again there is a significant shortfall in both stayover and cruise visitor numbers for 2023 compared to 2019. Meanwhile our competitors have returned or surpassed pre-pandemic arrivals. We are being left behind.

It's time for innovative strategies and collaborative efforts to rejuvenate tourism, focus on sustainable tourist products and ensure the industry's future prosperity.

Caymanian tourism workers and businesses need to get back to a full recovery, not get mere promises from the Tourism Minister.

We need action and not talk.
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3 weeks ago

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Cayman is doing great

Which premiere it changes monthly

Well as a tourism industry business owner I can tell you January and so far February don’t compare to last year.

Politix ..kmt

Two articles saying tourism is up! So I don't understand how we should be worried?

Why do all the headlines read that we have surpassed visitors from pre-covid? Seems like we are busier than ever!!

Speaking to a few travelers in Canada, have heard more than once that Cayman has become so expensive for average families vacation travels.. they are preferring places like Mexico. πŸ˜•

Came back on Friday on AA and it was full and about 97% were tourists.

Roy McTaggart really needs to crazy glue his mouth..

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