December 12, 2018

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  Lions Tropical Gardens Diabetes Health Fair Sat Aug 20   Cayman Islands: Fire destroys George Town home A family of five says they have been left homeless after their wooden home burns down early Sunday Monday morning. Police say the call to 911 came in at 1:43 am on Sunday (31 July). The report […]

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  Cayman Islands Business Licensing Counter to close early on Tuesday (26) The Department of Commerce and Investment’s (DCI) Business Licensing Counter will close at 3pm tomorrow (Tuesday, 26 July), for a staff training event. The counter will resume its normal 9am to 4pm working hours on Wednesday, 27 July. The counter’s early closure tomorrow […]

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  Cayman Islands accountant wants to go to jail Robert Neil Aspinall (38), a British National who has been working in the Cayman Islands from 2003 as an offshore accountant, wants to go to jail immediately. Aspinall is accused of stealing from the fund he was liquidating while working for Deloitte. He is charged with […]

Ryan Bateman Cayman Islands’ company ordered to be wound up

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Georgina Wilcox It would appear that it is the end of the road for Ryan Bateman’s Cayman Islands company B & C Capital Ltd to be wound up. Local accountants Christopher Johnson and Graham Robinson of Chris Johnson Associates Ltd., have been appointed as joint official liquidators of the Company. A Winding Up Petition from […]

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More migrants arrive in Cayman Islands A total of 15 migrants arrived by boat at Rum Point, Grand Cayman, late Wednesday evening (20 July 2016) and were taken into custody after their boat engine failed. The group, originally 16, had stopped in Cayman Brac Tuesday, where 1 male disembarked. The group comprises nine males and […]

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  Cayman Islands Pirates Week calls for food vendors The Pirates Week Festival Office is inviting participants for the annual Food Festival to submit their vendor applications for the below dates/times:   Friday 11th November George Town 6:00pm to 2:00am Saturday 12th November George Town 1:00pm to midnight Saturday 19th November George Town 2:00pm to […]

Civil servants dress down for ‘Mango Season’

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Cayman Islands civil servants and staff members of the Cayman Islands National Museum dressed down to fundraise for the upcoming ‘Looky Ya! Mango Season’ event at the National Museum. T-shirts were sold downstairs in the Government Administration Building for a few days, raising nearly $1,000 for the conservation and preservation of the museum building and […]

Cayman Islands: Woman found deceased in East End Fri Morning, 1 July

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From RCIPS: Fri, Jul 1, 2016 at 3:49 PM Yesterday evening, 30 June, around 9:30PM police received a report from a family member of a missing woman, who had not been seen since yesterday afternoon. Police made checks around the island at various locations last night, including hospitals, in an effort to find her, as well […]

The Editor Speaks: Expats/Paper Caymanians and an “eyesore”

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My wife, Joan, has got into the soup bowl regarding the Kel Thompson development on the waterfront in George Town. I have written about this as well. However she was outraged by a letter written to the Cayman Compass by Mary Thompson, mother of Kel Thompson, who has erected a ticket office to great annoyance […]

UPDATE: Cayman Islands: Stabbing on Mary Street Thu night, 16 June; man in custody

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From RCIPS Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 10:02 AM The man, age 26, arrested on 17 June has now been charged with Attempted Murder. He will be in court this morning (20) From RCIPS Fri June 17 2016 at 1:04 PM Just after 11PM last night, 16 June, the 9-1-1 Communication Centre received a report of […]