September 24, 2020

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 civil servants cleanup for Christmas

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The public and private sectors came together for a very special community project on Saturday, 29 November 2014. Some 130 civil servants turned out to six locations across Grand Cayman to clean those neighbourhoods in advance of the holidays, as part of the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce Christmas Cleanup. Meanwhile a further 15 civil […]

Male charged with robbery

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From RCIPS Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 3:23 PM The 39 year old male arrested in Bodden Town last Thursday for robbery at Countryside Shopping Village has been charged by detectives for robbery. The incident occurred just after 5:00pm Thursday 4th December 2014, when a female in the company of her two young children reported that […]

Cayman Islands’ dual cricket and football international out to impress at OFC President’s Cup

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From Boxscore OFC: November 19, 2014 – Being a dual international is not uncommon in this part of the world with Sonny Bill Williams and the like switching between rugby union and rugby league with relative ease. It’s less common in the world of football but Bodden Town captain Ramon Sealy is leading the charge […]

Application info needed for Bodden Town homes

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Any Bodden Town resident who previously submitted an application for the purchase of an affordable home in their district should provide the National Housing Development Trust (NHDT) with updated personal information as soon as possible. Residents must provide this material within two weeks in order to comply with the qualification requirements for the NHDT’s Affordable […]

LATEST: Double death BT – Investigation re circulation of images: 3 Fire officers on required leave

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Fire officers released From Ministry of Home Affairs Feb 17 2014 3:16 PM The Ministry of Home Affairs can confirm that three serving fire officers have been placed on required leave pending the outcome of an ongoing police investigation relating to photographs being taken and distributed of a crime scene. Double death – Bodden Town […]

Cayman’s District post offices to close

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District post offices at Hell, Bodden Town, North Side and East End will no longer be opened on Saturdays, as of 15 February. As North Side and East End postal customers are aware, those post offices have been closed on Saturdays for periods varying from a few months to over a year, but this announcement […]

OPINION: Landfills, fires and media ethics – In response to the Compass editorial

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From Coalition to Keep BT Dump Free Long before the recent flames at the George Town (GT) landfill, the Coalition to Keep BT Dump Free warned of the danger of fire inherent to a dump, and the potential toxic fallout.  Since its launch by thirty concerned Bodden Town (BT) residents in October 2011, the Coalition […]

Reported gun shot in Bodden Town

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From RCIPS Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 5:56 PM The Police are currently at a Bodden Town residence where a home owner reported that a shot had been fired through his window. Preliminary enquiries reveled that that the shot was fired by a neighbour of the complainant who was hunting Rabbits. The neighbour is a licensed […]

iNews Briefs – Updated

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Children & Family Services New Offices The Department of Children and Family Services (the admin and George Town office) reminds the public that their new offices are now located in Commerce House (formerly Jennett Building) found on the corner of Dr Roy’s Drive and Genesis Close. For more information, contact 949-0290 or 946 0024. The department […]