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Archives for October 11, 2021

RCIPS advises the public of increase in theft of construction & maintenance equipment

Over the past three months, since early July, there has been an increase in reports of thefts from construction sites and from vehicles involved in construction, maintenance and gardening work. The items taken have included both building materials and tools. As such, the RCIPS is advising persons involved in these businesses of precautions they can […]

MYSCH launches cultural event ‘Caymanian Proud: A Time to Remember’

Grand Cayman, 11 October 2021 –  ‘Caymanian Proud: A Time to Remember,’ hosted by the Ministry of Youth, Sports, Culture and Heritage is a new, interactive event series, which kicks off at the Harquail Theatre this Friday, 15 October 2021. This two-part event will feature: ·         Stories of Yester Year – 10 am – 12 noon – guests […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 11 October 2021, 23 NEW Positives, 108,965 vaccinations given

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that as of 8a.m. Monday, 11 October, there have been 1,474 PCR tests since the last report on Friday, 8 October.  Of these, there are a total of 23 positive tests comprising nine travellers and 14 positive tests from the community, which include 10 children.   Both infants […]

Win for asylum seeker barred from working

From Freedom United October 10, 2021 News Digest OUR CAMPAIGN ISSUES IN THE NEWS Forced laborFrom New York to Paris, protests erupt against Uyghur forced laborThis week, Zara and Apple stores have been sites of protests against the forced labor of Uyghurs in China. Both companies have come under fire for supply chain links to […]

Cayman: World Mental Health Day Message

From Minister for Health & Wellness Hon. Sabrina Turner Sunday, 10 October 2021 “There is no health without mental health.” This quote by former United States Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher illustrates for me on this World Mental Health Day the fundamental importance of mental health for each and every one of us. World Mental […]

Easy isn’t always better

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio How many times have you gotten advice to take the easy path, the quickest road? Why paddle upstream? Unfortunately, the easiest path often nets us the lowest return: snacks vs. real food, receivers vs. separates, driving your car around the block when you could get some exercise. In my […]

“BritishTheatre.com” – See the world premiere of a chilling and creepy tale of Essex witch hunts

 Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch production written by Beth Underdown Adapted for the stage by Vickie Donoghue Playing until 30 October 2021Tickets from £19* The world premiere of a chilling and creepy tale of Essex witch huntsEssex, 1645. Blood runs cold with dread.  After the tragic death of her husband, Alice Hopkins heads to Manningtree, the small […]

Cayman: Police investigate Wounding incident in Bodden Town

Shortly before 4:40PM on Friday, 8 October, officers responded to a report of a wounding at a business plaza on Bodden Town Road, east of Lake Destiny Drive. It was reported that at least two men were involved in an altercation which became physical, and one of the men stabbed another multiple times. The victim […]

Cayman: Police investigate Three Consecutive Firearm incidents

From RCIPS Just after 1:10AM today 11 October the RCIPS Firearms Response Unit responded to a 911-Emegrency dispatch to a report of shots being fired in the area of Finch Drive, West Bay. When officers arrived at the location, two unattended vehicles were found with what appeared to be bullet holes. One of the vehicles […]

Hear from the winners of the Caribbean Magazine Plus Poetry Contest 2021

October 11, 2021: The Caribbean Magazine Plus (CMP) Poetry Contest 2021 award ceremony was held on October 9, 2021 and was a huge success thanks to its parent company, Arawak Media. New poets are now recognized and had their chance to bask in the glow of their accomplishments as it has given them a “boost […]