April 24, 2018

iNews Briefs

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CNCF wants storytellers and poets The Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF) is calling on all Cayman’s storytellers and poets to submit their family friendly works directly to the CNCF at http://www.artscayman.org/. The reason the CNCF want their work is to feature it in their “Caymanian Stories” Saturday morning radio show. Authors are being encouraged to […]

Water Authority sponsors KYSTAR Athletics Cayman Invitational Track Meet 2014

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The Water Authority Board recently approved a donation of $4,500.00, to assist KYSTAR Athletics in their 3rd Annual Cayman Invitational Track Meet. The event will take place at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on 7 May 2014. With last years event being such a success the promoters are positive that the event will have an […]

Cayman Batabano celebrates 30 years

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Cayman Carnival Batabano History Launched in 1983 by the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman, Cayman Carnival Batabano is held annually during the first week of May – a vibrant highlight in the island’s entertainment calendar. The festival’s original name, Batabano, is a salute to Cayman’s turtling heritage. The word batabano refers to the tracks left […]

Man arrested for burglaries in South Church Street GT

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From RCIPS Wed Feb 26 2014 GRAND CAYMAN – A 19-year-old man was arrested yesterday in connection with a number of burglaries committed in the South Church Street, George Town area.  He was charged today with burglary, attempted burglary and consumption of ganja. He appeared in Summary Court this afternoon (Wed 26). A number of […]

State of the Nation Address from Cayman Premier

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The State of the Nation Address By Hon. Alden Mclaughlin, MBE, JP, MLA Premier To The Cayman Economic Outlook Forum 20th February, 2014 Good morning everyone and thank you for your warm welcome.  It is good to be here and what a difference a year makes!  I remember being a little anxious beforehand about my […]

The Editor Speaks: The dump problem has government stumped

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Whilst appreciating the Progressives Government has been in power less than eight months the dump problem seems to have left them stumped for a quick answer. And a quick fix is what we want. Quite frankly, I was not impressed with the backslapping and glowing (amongst the smoke) speeches made by Ministry of Home Affairs […]

Serious sexual assault & West Bay altercation

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Serious sexual assault – Snooze Lane,  off West Bay Road From RCIPS Fri Feb 14 2014 4:09PM George Town detectives are investigating a serious sexual assault which occurred in the early hours of this morning within the grounds of Coco Plum apartments, Snooze Lane. About 2.45 am today, police received a report that a 35-year-old […]

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Recycling their industrial garbage bins has saved the Department of Environmental Health (DEH) tens of thousands of dollars. Because of the shrinking budget and the increasing need for the bins the DEH launched an in depth study on the state of the garbage receptacles to determine what was needed. They compared the cost of purchasing […]

The Editor Speaks: When is a dog ‘dangerous’?

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There has been a mounting call for a dog court to deal with owners of dogs who mistreat their pets or neglect them by allowing them to roam the streets without a leash or a muzzle. Dogs are labeled as ‘dangerous’ because they bark and snarl at persons who walk past them usually with another […]

Three in Butterfly Race

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Three bright primary school students are the winners in the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise’s story-writing competition. Now as the nominees from the Cayman Islands, they will compete in the Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean 7020 Butterfly Storybook Project. Melissa Bachet, a nine-year-old Year 5 student of George Town Primary School; nine-year-old Christian Berry, […]