January 21, 2021

Road Closures for Pirates Week, 7-12 November

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From RCIPS The RCIPS is informing the public of the following road closures taking place next week in order to facilitate the Pirates Week festivities, and additional closures to facilitate the Remembrance Sunday Ceremony on 12 November: Wednesday, 7 November – 7:00pm to 6:00am on Thursday, 8 November: Set-up – Harbour Drive will be closed […]

Cayman Islands Batabano Food Festival spices up with Saxon

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As the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, it was fitting that Cayman’s national carnival, Batabano, had a Food Festival that delighted the senses. This year, as the Batabano Food Festival saw a record 27 vendors registered, local insurance company, Saxon, spiced up the Batabano Food Festival as its title sponsor. “Saxon is pleased to support […]

Cayman Islands: Man arrested and charged with Theft after being apprehended by off-duty officer and members of the public

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From RCIPS Shortly after 2:40PM on Tuesday, 10 April, officers responded to a report of a theft at a jewelry store on Cardinal Avenue, George Town. A man had taken a piece of jewelry and then fled from the store on foot. He was pursued by one of the workers in the store. An off-duty […]

Wounding in Central George Town early Saturday morning, 3 December

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From RCIPS Wounding in Central George Town Early Saturday morning, 3 December Just past 2AM last Saturday, 3 December, officers responded to a report of an attack on Cardinal Avenue in central George Town in the vicinity of where the Popcan concert had been held.  After officers arrived at the location they learned of a […]

A Taste of Jamaica in CAYMAN

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From Jamaica Observer Early rains did not damper Independence celebrations in the Cayman Islands last week Friday. What it did was cool things down considerably, allowing patrons dressed for the most part in black, green and gold — the Jamaican national colours — to proudly walk the length and breadth of Cardinal Avenue, Georgetown, browsing […]