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  • “With their most loyal duty and affection…”


    Published 21st June 2021, 2:47pm Press Release

  • EMPIRE DAY – A Celebration Long Forgotten

    Celebration of Empire Day

    Published 4th June 2021, 12:33pm Press Release

  • Discovery Day

    The discovery of the Cayman Islands by Christopher Columbus.

    Published 12th May 2021, 11:19am Press Release

  • Cayman Day at Prep

    Year 2 students at Cayman Prep and High School learn about the early maritime history of the Cayman Islands from staff members (L-R) Arthurlyn Pedley and Tricia Bodden during Cayman Day.

    Published 28th April 2021, 9:10am Press Release

  • Cayman Christmases of Yesteryear

    Recollections from the National Archive Oral History Programme

    Published 12th December 2020, 7:31pm Press Release

  • Remembrance Day


    Published 23rd October 2020, 7:54am Press Release

  • John Gray High School history students receive official photograph

    Presentation of photo to John Gray High School

    Published 8th March 2019, 9:09am Press Release

  • Getting Their Feet Wet

    Year 11 John Gray High School History Teacher, Georgia Harding, introduces her students to historical treasures at the National Archive.

    Published 4th October 2018, 1:59pm Press Release

  • Christmas traditions in the Cayman Islands

    Hear about Christmas traditions in the Cayman Islands when life was simpler but the joy of the season was bountiful.

    Published 30th April 2018, 10:00am Press Release

  • National Archive Receives Bound Magazines from Chamber of Commerce

    Chamber of Commerce CEO, Wil Pineau last week presented three bound volumes of past issues of ‘The Chamber’ magazines to National Archive Director, Josette K. Lawrence

    Published 4th September 2017, 10:49am Press Release

  • “Her Story is Our History” Display at the Historic George Town Library

    The Ministry of Education, Employment & Gender Affairs (MEEGA) is inviting members of the public to view the display currently at the Historic George Town Library, “Her Story is Our History”. The display features framed replicas of the original 1948 and 1957 petitions signed by the women demanding their voice to be heard and the right to vote and stand for public office to be extended to them. The Cayman Islands National Archive (CINA) did a magnificent job of printing these fragile documents and the vast majority of the signatures can clearly be read.

    Published 1st May 2017, 10:05am Press Release