March 21, 2018

Cayman power outages

From South Sound to Newlands to Frank Sound there were power outages that started from around 8:30 am this morning (Wed 25). Power briefly came back after an hour but this was short lived here in Newlands. Power was restored just before 11am. To date CUC have given no apologies or explanation.

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Cayman Islands Registrar to unveil CBP at Small Business Expo Business owners in the Cayman Islands will get their first glimpse of a new online tool for submitting company information to the Registrar of Companies. The Registrar will unveil the Cayman Business Portal (CBP) at the Small Business Expo on Saturday, 21 October, at the […]

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Cayman Islands Customs Registration of Importers Begins Monday (16) To help importers start using a system for entry declaration, the Customs Department will start registering importers. The registration takes place from Monday, 16 October 2017 until 27 October 2017, from 8:30am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday, on the 1st floor of Customs Headquarters, located at […]


Phone Lines at Bodden Town Police Station Down Until Further Notice The RCIPS is currently working with FLOW and the Computer Service Department to restore phone service to the Bodden Town Police Station.  The main lines, 947-2240 & 647-2240, are currently down. Right now the Bodden Town Police Station can only be reached via the […]

Caribbean immigrant experiences in New York

By Alexandra Simon From Caribbean Life The city’s Human Rights Commission in partnership with Medgar Evers College hosted a discussion between some of the city’s notable Caribbean-Americans at Medgar Evers College on Sept. 20. The event titled, “Honoring Our Culture, Realizing Our Rights: A Celebration of Afro-Caribbean Communities,” gathered several city agency commissioners to share […]

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“Landmark” ruling recognises Hong Kong liquidators appointed over Cayman company By Richard Woolley From Global Restructuring Review “Landmark” ruling recognises Hong Kong liquidators appointed over Cayman company Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman Wikimedia Commons/RoadTripWarrior The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands has granted recognition and assistance to the liquidators of an agricultural investment company who […]

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  HANNAH’S HEROES BIG SHAVE IS FRIDAY (22)! In just over 24 hours over 100 men, women and children will take to the stage at this year’s Hannah’s Heroes Big Shave at the Wicket, Cricket Square. Since the first Big Shave in 2013, Hannah’s Heroes have raised over US $1.5 million for the St Baldrick’s […]

Cayman Islands customs arrest three in drug operations

From Cayman Islands Customs Department On Friday evening (15 September 2017), an operation by Customs Officers at the Owen Roberts International Airport resulted in the arrest of two departing passengers on suspicion of a number of drug offences including possession of cocaine and ganja with intent to supply. The two passengers, a male and a […]

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RCIPS Warns All Residents to Avoid Water-Related Activities This Weekend, 9-10 September Due to the effects of Hurricane Irma the sea conditions around the islands are expected to deteriorate dramatically beginning tomorrow.  The RCIPS strenuously warns all residents against ANY water-related activities, whether that be boating, surfing, kite-surfing, snorkeling, diving or swimming.  Rough seas and […]

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Man scooping up handfuls of mosquitoes is the stuff of nightmares BY BRIAN KOERBER From Mashable One mosquito inside your home is enough to drive anyone insane, never mind a handful. A clip filmed in the coastal town of Taganrog, Russia, on Monday shows a man scooping up what appears to be countless mosquitoes on […]