December 7, 2021

Cayman Islands opposition takes cruise pier development to the people

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Members of the Opposition will be taking the cruise pier debate to the people of the Cayman Islands in a series of Island-wide public meetings beginning Monday (October 1, 2018) when they will be unveiling their strategy for the continued well-being of the cruise industry sector. The objective of the meetings will be to elucidate […]

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Cayman Islands: North Side, Cayman Brac Focus Groups Postponed Due to the predicted inclement weather conditions for tomorrow, Tuesday, 2 August 2016, the North Side district Focus Group meeting for the National Older Persons Policy scheduled to commence at 10 am at the William Pouchie Church Hall has been postponed. Likewise, the Cayman Brac Focus […]

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Remembering Dr. Edlin Merren We remember Dr Edlin Merren on his 85th birthday born July 31st 1931 Safe in the arms of Jesus, he loved and served so faithfully. From Colin & Joan, Helen & his family. Dr. Edlin Merren passed away on April 28th 2015.   Cayman Islands: LCCL applicants must advise TBL board of […]

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Cayman Islands: CNCF Presents ISABEL – music, song and dance   Early watercolours from the National Collection   Early Watercolours Rarely displayed watercolour paintings from the early collections of the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) and the Cayman Islands National Museum (CINM) will be on show at the National Gallery throughout summer. The […]

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Update on Residential Garbage Collection Services in Cayman Islands The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) wishes to inform the public that the residential garbage collection service on Grand Cayman is once per week. In an effort to minimise waste, divert the waste stream from the landfill, and reduce littering, the DEH is encouraging all residents […]

The Editor Speaks: How about this for the police winning over the public for co-operation?

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In a report on CITN/Cayman 27 last Wednesday (24) the television station’s news announced and showed officers from the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) out on the road in George Town looking “to snare motorists”. This morning iNews Cayman received a press release from the RCIPS confirming they had carried out “traffic checks along […]