September 20, 2019

Cayman Islands: Orchid Show at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

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The Management and staff of the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and the Cayman Islands Orchid Society invites the public to the annual Orchid Show and fundraising sale set for Saturday and Sunday, April 6th and 7th from 9:00am to 4:30pm at the Botanic Park on Frank Sound Road, North Side.  The event is sponsored by Cayman Airways, Sticks […]

Cayman Islands: Road fatality in Bodden Town

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The RCIPS have now released the name of the deceased person in the accident recorded below. He is Peter Oliver Andrew Rankine “Mario Rankine” (46) of East End. The RCIPS expresses condolences to the family of the victim.   RCIPS CORRECTION Update: Correction to Location of Fatal Accident The RCIPS would like to correct the […]

Cayman Islands: Local ganja cultivation discovered and seized, 25 July

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Local Ganja Cultivation Discovered and Seized, 25 July From RCIPS On Tuesday, 25 July, just after 9am, police officers in the Eastern Districts acted on information from the public and carried out a search of an open lot in the Frank Sound Road area of the district of North Side under the Misuse of Drugs […]

Cayman Islands: Single vehicle MVA on Frank Sound Road early Fri Morning, 21 July; Driver arrested

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From RCIPS Just past 1:15AM this morning, 21 July, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched police and emergency personnel to a report of an MVA on Frank Sound Road near house number 645.  A black Honda was in the trees by the side of the road, no other car was involved.  The driver was alone in […]

Survey shows strong public support for Ironwood and road

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The Cayman community has shown strong support for the Ironwood community, planned for East End, and for the development of the East West Arterial (EWA), which will run 10 miles from Hurst Road in Savannah to Frank Sound road at the Ironwood entrance. Ironwood developers believe it is possible to establish and foster a strong […]

The Editor Speaks: A road to somewhere but the route no one knows where

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How is it possible to have a major arterial road gazetted without “any assessment to inform the optimal alignment of the road corridor with respect to transportation needs, impacts on established protected areas and the natural environment, or any other relevant considerations”? Apparently it is possible to do this here in the Cayman Islands. This […]

Cayman’s National Trust seeking government to realign arterial road

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The Cayman Islands National Trust is seeking the government to realign the East-West arterial road south in order not to encroach on the five acres plus of owned and protected land by the Trust. The following is the National Trust’s recommendations and briefing in full with attached map with markers for clarification. NATIONAL TRUST FOR […]