April 18, 2021

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  Cayman Islands DCI to Close Early on Monday The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI), including its Trade and Business Licensing Counter on the first floor of the Government Administration Building, will close from 3:30pm on Monday, 15 February, for a staff training event. DCI’s main office will reopen on Tuesday, 16 February at 8:30am, […]

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CONCACAF office in Cayman Islands closed The elevator that did not allow you to visit the CONCACAF offices on the top floor of George Town Financial Centre (formerly the Admiral Financial Centre), unless you had a special key, now takes you there. Not that they will be doing much business anymore in the Cayman Islands. […]

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  Traffic Advisory regarding Agricultural Fair on Wednesday, 10 February From RCIPS Traffic Advisory: Agricultural Fair Regarding Wednesday’s Agricultural Fair, please be advised that an increase in traffic is expected on Shamrock Road around the event in Lower Valley between 7am and 6pm. A system to assist traffic flow will be put in place (using […]

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  Multi-million cocaine bust in BVI By BVI News From St Lucia News BVINEWS – The two men who were nabbed during a major drug bust in the waters of the British Virgin Islands on the night of February 2 appeared before the Magistrate’s Court today and were remanded in custody. Twenty-four year-old Leshaughn Smith […]

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  FUNERAL GEORGE SEYMOUR ANNOUNCED Saturday 6th Feb We wish the members of Cayman Islands Seafarers to know the funeral of our Brother George Seymour will take place on Saturday 6th 2016 at Chapel Walkers Road Church at 2:00PM. Black pants and white shirts would be appreciated   Hurry! You don’t want to miss this amazing […]

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Grand Cayman: Roadworks commence Thu (4) Red Bay area Drivers and pedestrians may have noticed that some road work projects are underway, and the National Roads Authority (NRA) advises that these will continue for some time. Along the east-west arterial road in the Red Bay area, workers have begun preliminary work for the eventual installation of […]

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      Jamaican correctional officer killed during altercation over fried fish By Jamaica Gleaner From St Lucia News Online IMAGE: Ramar Bent JAMAICA GLEANER – The alleged killing of a correctional officer by a member of the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) in Bog Walk, St Catherine, on Saturday night is being probed by detectives […]

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Identification: Water related death in Cayman Islands From RCIPS “On Tuesday 26th January 2016 shortly before 2pm, The 911 Emergency Communication Centre received a call of a diver experiencing difficulties while diving off North West Point, West Bay. “Police and other Emergency Services responded to the location where CPR was already being administered by the […]

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Zika virus: Airlines are refunding tickets to Latin America By Jim Boulden   From CNN Airlines are starting to offer refunds to passengers who have booked flights to countries in central and south America caught up in the Zika virus outbreak. The relatively new mosquito-borne virus is connected with a neurological disorder that results in babies […]

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Billionaire Paul Allen’s boat destroys Cayman Islands reef The Cayman Islands Department of Environment has confirmed an anchor chain on the billionaire Paul Allen’s 300-foot mega-yacht, the MV Tatoosh, has destroyed approx. 14,000 sq.ft of reef in the West Bay replenishment zone. A statement released by Allen’s communication team has implicated the Port Authority, saying […]