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Archives for April 19, 2018

Cayman Islands police issue reminder to the public about securing vehicles

From RCIPS Police Issue Reminder to the Public about Securing Vehicles, 19 April Officers are investigating a series of vehicle break-ins which occurred overnight from 17 – 18 April. On Wednesday morning, 18 April, police received reports of 6 vehicles that had been broken into overnight with their windows smashed: three in the Fairbanks Road […]

Cayman Islands Chamber roundtable reveals outlook for construction industry

The Chamber of Commerce recently conducted an industry roundtable session with firms from the construction and development sectors in March and the results showed both optimism and concerns among local contractors and industry professionals. “The purpose of our roundtable discussion sessions is to better understand how Chamber members industries are doing, their concerns and any […]

Cayman Islands March 2018 funerals

Jan Elin Panton – 1 Mar 2018 Gun BayLionel Elmore Scott 5 Dec 1940 – 2 Mar 2018 Watering PlaceAmelia Marie Cunningham – 5 Mar 2018 Watering PlaceCharles A Brown – 16 Mar 2018 ProspectVivion Burowise Ebanks – 21 Mar 2018 HondurasSeth Reese (Boosie) Arch 11 Aug 1943 – 29 Mar 2018 DixieRuth (Bodden) Moncrieffe […]

Numbers and news from the Cayman Islands

By Gay Nagle Myers FROM TRAVEL WEEKLY The Cayman Islands is on a roll, with visitors numbers up, new hotel product coming on line, summer promotions for kids and a romance campaign set to target the couples market. “I’m happy with our performance, our growth, our air access, our partnerships and our partners, but we’re […]

The Editor Speaks: Outrage and rightly so

The Cayman Islands Immigration Department have sparked outrage to not only Caymanians but the paper variety too. The Immigration Department issued a statement aiming to clarify the situation for people who are Caymanian by right through descent who have to acquire a letter from immigration proving that fact. See iNews Cayman story published April 18 […]

Letter to UN & World Governments re-global warning

Nine simple steps will remove “Global Warming” (Project No.12, from S.Patnaik-India) Dear United Nations & World Governments, Out of all, there are simple 9 steps to remove global warming within short period Except royal /expensive/costlier cars, all other cars should be banned, mainly in populated cities (more than 1 million). Because of cars we face […]

Traffic enforcement continues as Cayman Islands police make 32 DUI arrests since 1 April

From RCIPS RCIPS traffic enforcement operations have continued during April, focusing on offenses such as DUI, speeding, and excessive tint. Thirty-two DUI arrests have been made since 1 April, most of which occurred during the weekends, with 10 arrests having been made on the weekend of 6 – 8 April and 8 made this past […]

Too much sitting is bad for brain

From Newsmax There’s been lots of research into how too many hours lounging on chairs and sofas can harm the heart. Now, researchers say all that sitting might be bad for your brain, too. A new study found that too much time spent sitting was correlated with an unhealthy “thinning” of tissue in a key […]

Indonesia to release impounded yacht sought over 1MDB case-police

By Agustinus Beo Da Costa From Reuters JAKARTA (Reuters) – An Indonesian court ruled on Tuesday that a luxury yacht linked to a corruption scandal at a Malaysian state fund was wrongfully impounded in Bali at the request of U.S. authorities and ordered the vessel to be released, police said. The Cayman Islands-flagged Equanimity was […]

Reggae Beach Party

Magmum Tonic Wine-Reggae Beach Party “Magnum Tonic Wine brings its Magnum Xplosion concert series to Barbados on Sunday April 22, 2018. The event, which takes the form of Reggae Beach Party, will feature Ding Dong, Shenseea, Aidonia and DJ Puffy along with a slew of other Bajan acts. Magnum’s Reggae Beach Party is part of […]