December 7, 2021

No gambling debts in Kerran Baker case.

Any suggestion that Miss Kerran Baker, who has now been missing for two weeks, had gambling debts, or that the police has reasons to conduct rapid arrests, was refuted during a police press briefing. In his response Detective Superintendent Marlon Bodden stated: “There is nothing to suggest that she had any gambling debt.” In the […]

New Law allows Police to tap into phones

A new law that was passed at 9:00am, Monday July 15th, allows the Island’s police force to tap into conversations involving anyone, deemed by their standards to be a crime suspect. The RCIPS now has the technical and legal capabilities to “give a listen” to any conversation between phone parties, without notification to phone users. […]

Robbers strike again in George Town

The owner of the auto store that was the latest victim of armed robbery says there are a number of factors as to why the current crime rate is so high. Keith Parker says although Thursday’s robbery at his store on Eastern Avenue wasn’t the first theft, it was the first time a gun was […]

Talent pays big bucks in the Cayman Islands

It is happening again. A show, which is fast becoming an integral part of the entertainment calendar in the Cayman Islands, Cayman’s Got Talent. Just when it appeared as if the entertainment scene had nothing more to offer, Nolly Brown, CEO of Nolly Brown Entertainment, surprised the public with the search for talented individuals in […]

$2.4 million per year for juvenile rehab centers

A ministerial youth consultant claims the approach now being used at the juvenile rehabilitation centres on the Island are costly and ineffective. Michael Myles, Programme Coordinator and Liaison Officer for At-Risk Youth claims that the budget distribution for the homes is top heavy with more spent on administrative and managerial provisions than on therapeutic and […]

Be a parent, not a best friend

Television star Cathy Tyson is urging people to stop being their children’s best friend – and instead concentrate on parenting. Mrs Tyson, who is also an active social worker and counsellor is appealing to parents to show more responsibility in raising their children – and to stop trying to raise them as their friends. “At […]

Caymanian Dancers are Jamaica bound

Two of the Cayman Islands finest young dancers will be leaving our shores to advance their dancing and academic skills in Jamaica. Dancer Celina Russell, 18, will be going off to Jamaica to attend the University of the West Indies, where she will continue her studies in accounting management. She has also been invited to […]

Anarchy spreads across the UK; Cayman cop slams “mindless” rioters

Top police officer John Jones has described the riots on the streets of the UK as “mindless criminality.” Chief Superintendent Jones, a former UK officer has experienced first hand the mayhem being witnessed all across England. Mr Jones, who has been with the RCIPS for five years, said: “We had riots in the 70s and […]

Jamaican travel boost

Jamaicans will be able to travel more easily to the Cayman Islands, according to Premier McKeeva Bush. He says from next month Jamaicans coming into the country will not need a visa to visit. Instead Jamaican nationals who hold either a United States, British or Canadian visitors visa will get in. And any Jamaicans coming […]

Jamaica’s Independence Street dance

  Jamaica’s 49th Independence celebration, which kicked of early on Friday, was followed by the traditional street dance. Sound system operator “Super C” and extraordinary sound system selector “Skyatta Hype” left nothing undone. Indigenous Jamaicans were not the only ones enjoying the festivities at their celebration. The presence of Caymanians, Philippine and Honduran nationals suggests […]