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Carib Sands First Floor Unit For Sale
 

$209,000.00

Carib Sands Unit 113 For Sale! Great Buy!!

Carib Sand Unit 113 Located on the White Sandy Reef Protected South Coast of Cayman Brac. This is a rare first floor condo where you […]

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Kings Point In Cayman Brac
 

$300,000.00

Best Priced Luxury Kings Point Condo For Sale !!!!!!

Kings Point Condo for Sale Brand new in 2012 with approx.. 1200sq. ft. this two story townhouse first floor features open living room, dining room […]

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822_1
 

$30,000.00

Affordable Central Bluff Lot in Cayman Brac for sale!

Approx. .2423 on an acre of inland bluff land with approx. 112 Feet by approx. 95 feet on the south boundary Quiet new subdivision centrally […]

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  • CIG still waiting on blacklist decision after EU trip
    (CNS): After around 13 meetings with various European Union leaders and technocrats, as well as officials from direct member states, the Cayman Islands delegation led by the premier is still waiting to hear whether this jurisdiction has “passed muster” to prevent any more blacklisting. Premier Alden McLaughlin, accompanied by Financial Services Minister Tara Rivers, Attorney […]
  • New professional body still hoping for lawyers law
    (CNS): The Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association, the new professional body created from the merger of the Cayman Bar Association and the Law Society that now represents all practising attorneys in Cayman, is still hoping that the long-awaited and much disputed Legal Practitioners Bill can be steered through the Legislative Assembly. Attorney Erik Bodden made the […]
  • Port board deputy chairing procurement committee
    (CNS): The current deputy of the port authority board, Arek Joseph, has been appointed as the chair of the new Public Procurement Committee, set to replace the Central Tenders Committee under the new regime that will oversee government’s major projects and acquisitions. CNS has seen correspondence which confirms that Premier Alden McLaughlin appointed Joseph to […]
  • Jury selected in challenging immigration fraud case
    (CNS): A group of seven men and women, along with three alternate jurors, have now been selected to serve in an anti-corruption case involving a number of immigration officers and clients, who are accused of conspiring to circumvent the English tests administered to people wanting to enter Cayman for work. The prosecution is expected to […]
  • Victim did not receive police update
    Some time ago I was seriously assaulted by someone known to me. The matter was reported to the police and I gave a statement giving details of the assault. Some short time later I became aware that the same person had been arrested for another crime. Since then I have not heard of any charges […]
  • Health insurance challenge dominates PAC
    (CNS): Public Accounts Committee member Chris Saunders (Bodden Town West) articulated the frustrations of PAC and the community when he expressed concern that the health ministry had failed to respond to shocking figures revealed more than three years ago that the local insurance companies made a collective profit of more than $51 million in 2015 […]
  • May still in job but refuses to rule out ‘no deal Brexit’
    (CNS): British Prime Minister Theresa May refused to rule out a ‘no deal Brexit’ Thursday, in the wake of surviving a no confidence vote on Wednesday. Just over two months before the UK will leave the European Union after some 45 years, May has now decided to invite cross-party discussions about a revised deal after […]
  • Lack of lawyers and space fuel crime case backlog
    (CNS): The backlog of criminal indictments carried over from 2018 into this year is the largest ever, Chief Justice Anthony Smellie told the Cayman Islands legal profession Wednesday at the annual opening of the Grand Court. Cases are not being disposed of due to shortages of both space and defence lawyers willing to take on […]

From the Blog

  • Christmas Tree Recycling Programme Exten...

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    The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) has extended its natural Christmas tree recycling programme through Thursday, 24 January 2019. The DEH reminds residents to remove all wires and ornaments from Christmas trees before placing them in

  • Department of Vehicle and Drivers’...

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    The Cayman Islands Government is aware that wording in a link to the Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing website is being altered by Google’s search engine. (The Ministry of Commerce, Planning & Infrastructure is) advising the public that the Department’s website is fully operational along with  its online renewal services. It is suggested that […]

  • Motorists Advised to Exercise Caution Du...

    by on 10/01/2019 - 0 Comments

    On Sunday, 13 January, Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of God) will be hosting a family fun run, from 9:00AM to 11:00AM. The event begins at Smith Cove and participants will travel north along South Church Street, east on Memorial Avenue, south on Walkers Road, west on Denham Thompson Way, and back to Smith Cove. Motorists […]

  • Old Time New Year Family Fun Day

    by on 31/12/2018 - 0 Comments

    At the Ed Bush Stadium in West Bay on Tuesday, 1st January, 2019. Free activities will include bouncing castles, sports competitions and old time Caymanian games. Free refreshments and entertainment will be provided. There will also be Caymanian art and crafts for sale. Come out with your family and have an enjoyable time!

  • Update on Garbage Collection in Grand Ca...

    by on 31/12/2018 - 0 Comments

    The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) advises residents of Grand Cayman to anticipate delays in garbage pick-up, in some areas of Bodden Town, East End and West Bay today (Monday, 31 Dec 2018).