July 20, 2018

Cayman Islands: UPDATED: Armed Robbery Nail Salon GT/Arrests for murder of Jason Powery

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From RCIPS Armed Robbery Nail Salon UPDATED:-Sat, Jul 11, 2015 at 9:19 AM Description of the two suspects are: Approx six feet tall,slim build,dressed all in black with shirt/cloth covering head and cut off jeans. Second suspect approx five foot six inches in height,similar clothing. No arrests have been made at this time. The public […]

UPDATE: Power outages reported in George Town

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UPDATE: From CUC CUC customers in parts of Central George Town as well as Dorcey Drive, Bobby Thompson Way, Hospital Road, South Church Street and Cricket Square were without power this morning for approximately 2 hours. The outage was recorded at 9: 17 am and power was restored to all customers at 11:11 am. 1,795 […]

The Editor Speaks: New waterfront boardwalk in George Town already being defaced

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I think you will agree the new boardwalk along the waterfront and the beautification filling has made a huge difference to the quality and appearance of the area. The efforts of the father and son Johnson family must be applauded. It gives a welcome quality look of tidiness and beauty especially as a first impression […]

2015 National Heroes Day Celebration

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Celebrate Our Heroes The public is invited to attend this year’s Heroes Day celebration on Monday, 26 January 2015 at Heroes Square, George Town at 8:30 a.m. Pioneers will be recognised for their contributions towards the development of health services in the Cayman Islands. Following the ceremony, persons of all ages can enjoy a fun, […]

New cases of Chikungunya down in latest update and no new cases of dengue

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Chikungunya/Dengue Update as of 20 December 2014 From Cayman islands Health Department Public health officials received two positive test results for chikungunya from the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) over the period 9-20 December 2014. A further seven results were negative and one was inconclusive. By district positive cases were as follows: George Town – […]

The Editor Speaks: OMOV goes a step forward

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Even though a snail would move more quickly the One Man One Vote (OMOV) has taken a step forward. Of course it is not going to be an easy road especially with ex-premier McKeeva Bush nominating his friend and lawyer Steve McField as his representative to become a member of the Electoral Boundary Commission. “Everyone […]

Cayman Islands police initiate Xmas holiday safety campaign

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The RCIPS Xmas holiday safety initiatives – begins on Wednesday December 10th 2014 and will run until Sunday January 4th 2014. Focus will be on traffic education and enforcement as well as crime reduction and advice. Outlining the plans for the holiday safety campaign, Ag. Superintendent Angelique Howell said that all aspects of safety and […]

George Town traffic accident – 2 taken to hospital

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CITN/Cayman27 are reporting a traffic accident occurred on Saturday (29) in George Town after 7PM at the junction of Shedden Road / North Sound Road / Thomas Russell Avenue near Jacques Scott Wines and Spirits, L &T Tyre Shop and Repair Shop and an Esso service station. Two vehicles were involved and images on the Cayman27 website show […]

Cayman Islands: Liquor Licensing Board to meet on 28 October

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An extraordinary meeting of the Liquor Licensing Board will be held at 10am Tuesday, 28 October, in the Government Administration Building’s large conference room. The agenda includes one variation, and six deferred variations. Variation:    Mr Prentice E. Panton, Block 4E, Parcel 11, Opposite Hell, West Bay, for the change of location of a package […]

Editorial: I write poetry NOT editorials Mr Wilson!

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Joan Wilson When our Editor asked me to write something to you today I didn’t know what to say. I look at life from a different perspective to my husband Colin. I watch people. I look at what they are doing and I get my enjoyment from that. I much prefer writing poetry – the […]