Keep on top of all the latest news in the Cayman Islands, in print or online.
The online news-based websites faithfully cover local news to a high standard. These sites include everything from breaking news, car accidents, and traffic jams to business, weather, and sports.
News-based websites include CNS Business, which focuses on local business news as well as news regarding the offshore finance sector, technology developments, and world business. Cayman News Service covers local politics, crime, and environmental news. Loop Cayman features local news stores, as well as news from other parts of the Caribbean. Lastly, there is Cayman Marl Road, which is an informal news service that also covers a wide range of topics. However, unlike the other news sources, they also address rumours and other things happening in the community that may be controversial.
Please note that due to COVID-19 and the lockdown in Cayman, the Cayman Compass is only being printed on a Friday although they are posting news daily online. You can subscribe to their daily email which brings you all the latest news.
In regard to printed newspapers, the Cayman Compass provides the latest breaking news on crime and courts, business, lifestyle and sports. The Cayman Compass also features the classic comics, crosswords and horoscopes. This newspaper is published Monday-Friday and can be purchased for 75¢ on Monday-Thursday and CI$1 on Fridays from the supermarkets and gas stations. There is a free newspaper called the Caymanian Times which is printed on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.