October 17, 2019

Archives for March 2018

31 Mar Weather in Cayman

31 Mar Sat 2018 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Not available. See Weather Forecast Top Right of Website. Sunshine just makes the day a little better, but it can also cause sunburns. Check the UV Report below to be prepared Humidity: 75%  (DOWN from yesterday) UV: 11.7   EXTREME  (DOWN from yesterday) Temperature: Today’s current temperature […]

30 Mar Weather in Cayman

30 Mar Fri 2018 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Moderate easterly winds and seas are expected to continue across the Cayman Islands in association with a high pressure system over the Western Atlantic Ocean. Radar images show isolated showers south of the Cayman area moving west to northwest. Sunshine just makes the day a little better, […]

Cayman Islands: Woman encounters burglar in her residence, Monday, 26 March

From RCIPS Thu 29 Mar Shortly after 1:00PM on Monday, 26 March, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched officers to a report of a burglary at a residence off Northward Road, Bodden Town.  A woman had returned home and found that her front door had been disturbed. Upon entering her residence the woman encountered a masked […]

29 Mar Weather in Cayman

29 Mar Thu 2018 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Fresh northeasterly winds and rough seas will continue across the Cayman Islands in association with a high pressure system over the southeastern US that is slowly moving over the Western Atlantic Ocean. Sunshine just makes the day a little better, but it can also cause sunburns. Check […]

Cayman Islands NCVO Bargain Shop hosts Five-dollar Bag Sale

The NCVO’s New To You Bargain Shop is holding a five-dollar bag sale during the Easter season where customers can buy a bag for only five-dollars and fill it to the brim with items they find inside the store. The two-week sale begins on Saturday 24th March ending on Saturday 7th April, 2018. Customers can […]

Cayman Islands: Bonfire safety – Prepare for the worst; expect the best

From Cayman Islands Department of Environmental Health With Easter only a few days away it’s time for camping. Campfires are an integral part of the camping experience. They are not only a source of light and warmth but also provide heat for cooking, while bonfires are a welcome addition to a campsite celebration. It is […]

Restricted intake of construction debris and vegetative waste at Cayman Islands landfill

From Cayman Islands Department of Environmental Health The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) has temporarily halted the intake of construction debris and vegetative waste at George Town landfill due to equipment failure. The service was suspended on Monday, 26 March 2018 and is expected to resume on Thursday, 29 March 2018. Vegetative waste refers to […]

Cayman Islands police make 11 DUI arrests over the weekend as Traffic Enforcement continues

From RCIPS RCIPS road enforcement operations continued over the past week, 19 – 26 March, with a number of DUI arrests made. This past weekend, 23-26 March, officers made 11 arrests for DUI, with an additional 2 arrests during the rest of the week. In one incident on Friday, 23 March, shortly before 9:00PM, officers […]

The Editor Speaks: Pedro meets Anwar

There was a large crowd of people at Pedro St. James last Monday evening to meet and welcome Cayman Islands new Governor Anwar Choudhury. He was there with his wife Momina and their three children – one a baby of three months. During Governor Choudhury’s brief speech in response to Premier Alden McLaughlin’s, he said […]

Cayman Islands police offer Safety and Crime Prevention tips for Easter holidays

In anticipation of the upcoming Easter holidays, the RCIPS is advising the public of certain steps that can be taken to protect themselves and their property if they are spending time camping over this long weekend. Camping is an Easter tradition in Cayman, meaning that many people will leave their residences unoccupied for the entire […]