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  • Cayman National Weather Service Surveillance Bulletin #1 – Friday 14 June
    The National Weather Service is currently conducting surveillance of a disturbance in the region with potential implications for the Cayman Islands, beginning today Friday 14 through Tuesday 18 June […]
  • Caynan Anti-Corruption Commission Files Charges
    Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, 14 June 2024 Following a complex and protracted investigation, investigators from the Anti-Corruption Commission have today charged the following persons: Maxwell […]
  • Cayman: Minister Bryan to Attend Caribbean Week in New York City
    Hon Kenneth Bryan Hon. Kenneth Bryan and senior officials from the Ministry of Tourism and Ports (MOTP) will travel to the Big Apple to attend ‘Caribbean Week’ presented by the Caribbean Tourism […]
  • Cayman Cabinet Approves Drafting Legislation to Address Marriages/Civil Partnerships of Convenience
    In a decisive move to strengthen the integrity of marital/civil partnerships unions and uphold the sanctity of the institution of marriage/civil partnerships, Cabinet has approved the drafting of new […]
  • Cayman Blood Bank pushes for self-sufficiency, reduces platelet import
    Laboratory Technician Damion Ferron operating the apheresis machine used to extract blood and separate platelets In observance of World Blood Donor Day on the 14th June, the Cayman Islands Blood […]

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UPDATE – Rebegade back in dock

The Renegade has now been towed safely to Cayman Brac. The crew of the DoE vessel, Enforcer 2, towed the Renegade for ten hours, at times in  extremely bad weather, before docking in Cayman Brac around 10:30 pm  on Saturday…


UPDATE – Boat crew found safe and well

Shortly before 10:00 am this morning, the RCIPS Air Operations Unit located the Renegade 56 nm north of Cayman Brac. A police spokeswoman said: “The helicopter crew made contact with the two men on board the vessel via radio. They…


Search for missing fishing boat

The RCIPS Marine and Air Operations Units, along with the US Coast Guard, have launched a search and rescue operation for the fishing vessel Renegade. The operation was launched after an automated GPS distress call was received from the boat…


Appeal for occupants of car to come forward

Detectives investigating Thursday night’s robbery at the Casanova by the Sea restaurant in George Town are appealing for the occupants of a dark blue car which was seen in the area at the time of the incident to come forward….

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Amnesty door closed, says police chief

Police received more than 900 rounds of ammunition and three firearms during the July and August gun amnesty and “cash for guns” programmes. During the month of July two firearms were handed in and 144 rounds of ammunition were turned…

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Rapper T.I. back in federal custody

ATLANTA (AP) — Grammy-winning rapper T.I., who was freed after months in prison, was back in federal custody Thursday because of a flap over his use of a luxury bus to report to a halfway house, his lawyer said. Steve…

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Learn to sashay down the catwalk the FRESH! Way

Budding Naomi Campbells get ready because Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF) is presenting a training workshop for wannabe young models on the island. The FRESH! Cayman Couture season continues with a CNCF Fashion Model Catwalk Training Workshop, which is scheduled…

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Sri Lanka count finds more elephants than expected

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — The first national survey of Sri Lanka’s wild elephants found more than had been estimated — a sign the endangered species has a healthy, growing population on the Indian Ocean island. The count conducted last…

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Runaway cow tracked down in Germany

BERLIN (AP) — A cow named Yvonne whose escape kept a corner of Bavaria on tenterhooks has turned herself in after three months on the run. The Gut Aiderbichl animal sanctuary, which now owns the errant bovine, said that a…