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  • Opposition meetings on the proposed crui...

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    The Opposition is inviting members of the public to island-wide district meetings on the cruise ship pier and strategies for the sector’s continued well-being, beginning Tuesday 2nd October. The first meetings are scheduled as follows: 

  • Hannah’s Heroes School Events This...

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    Ahead of Friday’s Big Shave at The Wicket, Hannah’s Heroes have been notified of a number of satellite events being held by schools across Cayman this week to raise funds for the St Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest non-government funder of childhood cancer research:

  • CICC TAYA Lounge Open House Tonight

    by on 20/09/2018 - 0 Comments

    The TAYA Lounge open house takes place this evening at Estella’s Place, Crown Square (2nd floor), Eastern Avenue 5:30-7:30pm. Taya Lounge (teens and young adults), a division of non-for-profit Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, is hosting an open house for the community on September 20th, 2018 to give prospective participants and families the opportunity to find […]

  • NCVO Dress in Green, Dress Down Day

    by on 20/09/2018 - 0 Comments

    The NCVO is hosting its Dress in Green, Dress Down Day on Friday 5th October with the aim of garnering support ahead of its upcoming Radio/Telethon event. The organisation is appealing to schools, businesses and service clubs to dress in green in a show of solidarity and help raise funds collectively on its behalf. The […]

  • Next Chance for Planning Training

    by on 20/09/2018 - 0 Comments

    The Department of Planning is calling on all interested parties to register for its training course before time runs out. Hosted by the department’s Deputy Director, John England, and the Cayman Island Code Association the courses cover a variety of topics such as high wind design and construction, drawing submissions, as well as building control […]

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  • CIG fear-mongering over port, says opposition
    (CNS): The opposition has accused government of using fear as a tool to justify plans to build the controversial and costly cruise berthing facility instead of allowing the public to make an informed decision based on facts. The opposition will be holding a series of public meetings around Grand Cayman, beginning next Tuesday, where they […]
  • Man charged after GT bar brawl
    (CNS): A Bodden Town man (49) who was arrested at the weekend following a fight outside a bar in central George Town has been charged with wounding and is due to appear in court today. He and another man had left the undisclosed bar on Shedden Road not far from the junction of Eastern Avenue […]
  • Premier and minister at luxury boat show
    (CNS): Financial Services Minister Tara Rivers, who is responsible for the Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands, and Premier Alden McLaughlin will both be in the playground of the wealthy this week as they attend the Monaco Yacht Show, which opens tomorrow. The delegation to the event includes officials from the Shipping Registry, who will be mixing […]
  • George Town Primary struggling to make progress
    (CNS): George Town Primary School has failed to make enough progress when it comes to teaching mathematics, inspectors found in a follow-up report at the school to the baseline inspections that took place in 2015. Some three years and two follow-up inspections later, the Office of Education Standards found that the school had made only satisfactory progress […]
  • ESO begins work on employment survey
    (CNS): Around 1,500 randomly selected households will be visited by trained interviewers from the Economics and Statistics Office throughout October as the autumn Labour Force Survey (LFS) gets underway on Sunday, 30 September. The twice-yearly survey collects data from residents in the Cayman Islands, both local and foreign, who are employed, unemployed but looking for work, as well as […]
  • Police aim to reunite owners with stolen goods
    (CNS): The police have published a number of pictures of construction gear, power tools and electronic equipment that officers have seized during their investigations which they believe have been stolen. The various items have already been forensically examined and photographed, enabling the police to invite the public to take a look and recover their stolen […]
  • Viral video leads cops to suspect in violent assault
    (CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has arrested a 33-year-old man from West Bay on suspicion of assault ABH, affray and damage to property after he was caught on video punching and slapping a man who was clearly drunk and incapacitated at the time. The police said they were made aware of the video, which […]
  • Height of pile causing tyre smoldering
    (CNS): The Cayman Islands Fire Service chief, David Hails, has blamed the height of the shredded tyre stack in South Sound for the ongoing combustion of the pile, which his crews are still working on to cool. Despite several announcements from the home affairs ministry since Friday that the smoldering mound, intended to be used as […]
  • BT man to appear in court over rape charge
    (CNS): A 43-year-old man from Bodden Town, so far unidentified, was expected in court on Monday facing a charge of raping a woman he allegedly picked up in his car earlier this month. According to a brief police report, on Wednesday 19 September, a man offered a lift to a woman who knew him. However, he […]
  • Bar brawl lands two men in hospital
    (CNS): Two men landed in hospital following a fight outside a bar in George Town on Eastern Avenue in the early hours of Sunday morning, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service. After leaving the bar, the men both sustained injuries during the altercation, but one received a wound to the face. Both men attended […]