August 20, 2019

Cayman: Man seriously injured in incident on North Sound Road

From RCIPS Shortly after 8:45PM on Sunday night, 18 August, officers responded to a report of an altercation at a business towards the east end of North Sound Road. A security guard had come upon four young males who were using a pool facility that was not open to the public at that time. The […]

Cayman: Island Heritage Roundabout Lane Closures

As part of the ongoing upgrades to the Island Heritage Roundabout (IHR) by the NRA, motorists are advised that it will be necessary to restrict traffic movements at the roundabout to northbound and southbound only beginning from Tuesday August 20th 2019 to Sunday August 25th 2019. This is to facilitate the paving of the inner lane and other works. Drivers are […]

Cayman: DVDL inspection pit on Crewe Road to close on Wednesdays

The Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing (DVDL) wishes to advise the public that the inspection pit at its Crewe Road location will be closed indefinitely on Wednesdays, starting August 28, 2019. The inspection pit will be open for business as usual on all other business days. There will be no changes at DVDL’s Breakers […]

Cayman: Cruise Port Referendum now at 88.8% verified signatures

From Cayman Islands Elections Office The latest results of the verification process on the cruise port referendum petition signatures are now live on the Elections Office’s new web ticker. Click here à  to view the updated figures. Also – see below graphic on the update

Cayman: New American Airlines route BOS/GCM

Next winter American Airlines will be adding a new seasonal route between Boston and Grand Cayman. See below additional details on this new route to operate on Saturdays. This service addition complements their existing service from Charlotte, Miami, Philadelphia, Dallas/Fort Worth and Chicago, and further reinforces their more than 28 years commitment to Grand Cayman.  […]

Cayman: HSA welcomes 91 Summer Interns

The next generation of healthcare professionals spent the summer at the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority (HSA) as part of its Summer Student Internship programme. The 2019 internship programme began on June 1 and will have provided on-the-job training to 91 students by the time it concludes on September 15. This year, the programme was […]

Cayman: Further growth with eight promotions for Mourant

Leading offshore law firm, Mourant, has announced eight promotions in its Cayman Islands office. Christopher Levers has been promoted to Counsel in the Litigation team.  His practice covers all areas of international commercial, insolvency and contentious trust litigation, and he has been a key team member in some of the firm’s largest and most complex […]

Cayman: St Matthew’s University donates funds to the Cayman Heart Fund

The Cayman Heart Fund (CHF) recently received a generous donation from St. Matthews University. The University offers CPR and BLS classes through-out the year and a portion of the funds collected are donated to the CHF supporting their work in the Cayman Islands. Qualified students receive a certificate authorized by the American Heart Association. “We […]

Cayman: The RCIPS “Day of Action” Operation

From RCIPS On Thursday, 15 August, an RCIPS “Day of Action” took place across Grand Cayman, with a large number of officers carrying out operations simultaneously throughout the day and night. A total of approximately 74 officers participated. The officers carried out duties such as traffic stops, serving warrants, executing search warrants, mobile and foot […]

UWI academics contribute to new IPCC special report on climate change and land

Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. Friday, August 16, 2019—The IPCC, the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change, has just released its findings and recommendations on climate change and land and three academics from The University of the West Indies (The UWI) are contributors to the global report. Entitled Climate Change and Land: […]