December 13, 2019

Update on Cayman Islands Green Iguana cull count

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Cayman Islands DoE has adjusted (slightly) the Green Iguana cull totals as updated information has come in to the cull manager (Cornwall Consulting). The changes are reflected (see below) as they now appear on our website and, for your ease, I have attached the chart of the running daily totals. The adjustment, in the aggregate, […]

Statement from Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association

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Grand Cayman, 27 November 2018 The Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association (CILPA) welcomes the appointment of three new acting Grand Court judges: Judge Aileen Downey, Simon Flint QC and Hugh Southey QC.  Their experience and expertise strengthen an already strong judiciary. It also congratulates Cheryl Richards QC on her appointment as a permanent Grand Court […]

Cayman Islands Customs extends hours for imports during December 2018

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From Cayman Islands Customs Department To facilitate imports, Customs will be extending opening hours at their Collection office only during the last week before Christmas (17 to 21 December 2018), and again after Christmas (27 and 28 December 2018). To better serve customers, Customs will be open to the public from 8:30 am to 5:00 […]

Cayman Islands FCU advises the public to secure email log-in info against potential or historic data breaches

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From RCIPS RCIPS FCU Advises the Public to Secure Email Log-In Info Against Potential or Historic Data Breaches, 21 November The RCIPS Financial Crime Unit has been made aware of an incident where a significant amount of money was stolen from a local individual as a result of their email information being compromised. It is […]

Nominations open for Cayman Islands ‘Proud of Them’

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GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The public is invited to recognise excellence among young people in the Cayman Islands by submitting nominations to the Proud of Them award scheme. The nomination period, for Round 10, runs from 16 November – 7 December 2018. Youth ages 10 – 25 who are reaching new heights of achievement in […]

Five steps to quality essay writing service

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By Naaz Komal No two authors think alike. Everybody is novel. For a similar reason, everybody has his very own way of utilizing dialect. Be that as it may, the extent that the investigation of essay writing is worried, there are some broad parameters to be pursued. While writing an exposition, certain tips will assist […]

Cayman Islands NRA announces improvements to the Grand Harbour Roundabout

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The National Roads Authority (NRA) along with its subcontractors will be carrying out repairs/upgrades to the pavement on Grand Harbour Roundabout over the next few weekends, commencing on November 4th, 2018. Phase 1 of this project will begin with the milling out and repaving of the inner lane of the roundabout.  Works on Phase 1 […]

Precautions and safety tips for Halloween from Cayman Islands police

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From RCIPS The RCIPS would to like to issue some public safety tips related to Halloween events for Wednesday night, 31 October.  Motorists are asked to drive with extra care and precaution and to be on the lookout for children walking on the roadways going trick-or-treating across the Cayman Islands, but especially in the Webster’s […]

Cayman Islands Green Iguana cull results

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Good afternoon media folk, We’ve received questions from some of you regarding how DoE will update the Green Iguana cull numbers going forward. For the first week, we will be releasing daily cull numbers on our website, http://www.doe.ky. You can scroll down on the front page to ‘news releases’ and click on the furthest news […]

Cayman Islands: Green Iguana programme – Call for Cullers

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The Cayman Islands Department of Environment [DoE] is inviting all Caymanians at least 18 years of age, and who are qualified to participate in an upcoming cull of invasive Green Iguanas on Grand Cayman, to attend DoE headquarters at 580 North Sound Road, George Town to register for the cull. The DoE will be accepting […]