December 16, 2017

Cayman Islands Christmas meat inspections 2017

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From Cayman Islands Department of Environmental Health The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) reminds slaughtermen, butchers and livestock farmers of the established procedure regarding arrangements for the inspection of locally slaughtered animals in the Cayman Islands during the upcoming Christmas season. Ante-mortem inspection, which is the examination of food animals prior to slaughter, falls within […]

Cayman Islands:Closure of George Town Landfill

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Closure of George Town Landfill The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) wishes to advise the public that the George Town Landfill had to close earlier today due to safety concerns. This closure was necessary to facilitate repair work to the landfill’s main access road that was extensively damaged during recent heavy rains. It is anticipated […]

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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 […]

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Disney Cruise Line alters Eastern Caribbean itinerary due to Hurricane Irma damages By Stephen Porter From Walt Disney World Info Due to the destructive path left by Hurricane Irma, Disney Cruise Line is altering the itineraries for the Disney Fantasy in the Eastern Caribbean, exchanging ports for the Western Caribbean for sailings on September 23 […]

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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 […]

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  Miss Teen Cayman  – Sat (26) Night! Six beautiful and talented young ladies will vie for the Miss Teen Cayman Islands title tomorrow evening (Sat. 6 Aug, 2017 – at 7pm) at the Lions Centre. Some contestants and Lions Club members sold tickets to civil servants at the Government Administration Building today. Pictured from […]

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Cayman Islands: Runner Assaulted in Barkers, West Bay, 18 August From RCIPS ust after 6:30AM, this morning 18 August, the police responded to a call issued by the 9-1-1 Communication Centre of a woman who has been attacked and assaulted in the area of the Barkers National Park, a mangrove trail, commonly known as the […]

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  Cayman Islands police release on two stolen vehicles Thu 10th August ’17 Stolen Kia Sorento , 10 August Just after 7.15pm, yesterday 10 August, an imperial bronze Kia Sorento was reported stolen from the Owen Roberts International Airport parking lot. The vehicle left had been parked sometime after 5AM and it appears that the […]