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Archives for August 2013

One vehicle collision leaves driver seriously injured

From RCIPS Sat, Aug 31, 2013 at 9:34 AM On August 30th at approximately 22.15hrs police and ambulance services responded to a one vehicle collision on Esterly Tibbett’s Highway vicinity of the Strand. Collision occurred when the Honda CRV vehicle hit a concrete block. The driver a 22yr old male was found unconscious but breathing. […]

Bolt takes Zurich 100m, Ashmeade second…Shelly-Ann Fraser tops 200 field

BY KNEWS Kingston, Jamaica Sprinting legend Usain Bolt (9.90) left it late coming from behind to win the men’s 100m at the Zurich Diamond League in Zurich, Switzerland, yesterday with teammate Nickel Ashmeade (9.94) in second. American Justin Gatlin was third in 9.96 seconds. The other Jamaicans Nesta Carter and Kemar Bailey-Cole were sixth and […]

Woman robbed of bag GT

Bag snatch – George Town George Town officers are appealing for witnesses after a 47-year-old woman had her bag snatched in Boilers Road last night. Sometime between 8.30pm and 9.00pm on Thursday, 29 August, the woman was walking in Boilers Road when a man rode up on a bicycle. He suddenly snatched her bag before […]

Treasure Island robbed by gunmen

Royal Cayman Island Police Service are hunting for two men armed with handguns that robbed Treasure Island Hotel on West Bay Road on Seven Mile Beach at around 11pm Thursday (29). Two masked men entered the lobby and robbed an employee of cash at gunpoint. Police said the two men are tall and dark in complexion […]

Editorial/Pilots of Caribbean/NASA/Spicy duck

The Editor Speaks: Burglaries are commonplace The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) has been one of the fastest-growing government departments over the past two years. In mid-2010 the RCIPS employed a total of 406 employees. In 2012, the figure had grown to 475 workers. The prisons service had the exact same number of employees […]

Rotary Sunrise/Migrate companies/SteppingStones

Rotary Sunrise supports extended after school programme The success of the Extended After School Programme is evident by the growing number of registrants each year; when the programme first launched in April 2011 there were 60 children registered and now has pulled in over 1400 children up to June 2013. The programme ensures primary and […]

Texaco to disappear/CBAC new head/Asia Capital hiring/Aust. Diplomat

Texaco signage soon to disappear All of Cayman’s gas stations that have blazed the familiar Texaco signage for many years will be no more. Instead they will all have the Rubis logo. Seven Mile Beach service station is the first gas station to receive the make-over. The following are all Rubis related stories: Chevron to […]

Premier visits Homes/Camana Bay & NG Events

Premier visits Homes in Community Affairs Ministry From Office of the Premier GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – There’s a quaint little cottage that overlooks the sea in East End where some of our older citizens gather on the porch to enjoy the sea breeze. The East End Sunrise Cottage, which is a residential facility for […]

Cayman Islands: Arbitration v Winding Up – Which Prevails?

By Jeremy Walton From Appleby A creditor petitions to wind up a company for non-payment of a contractual debt. The company disputes the debt. Not only that, but the company denies the court’s jurisdiction to determine whether there is a genuine and substantial dispute over the existence of the debt – that being the usual […]

Commander seeks help/FIFA wants Bolt/Rugby/Chris Gayle

George Town Commander calls on businesses to help local communities George Town Commander, Chief Inspector Angelique Howell, who met with 25 residents in Windsor Park on Tuesday night, is calling on businesses to volunteer their time, expertise or equipment to help strengthen local communities. The meeting, which is part of a series of events hosted […]