November 18, 2019

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Free Vegetable Seedlings Offered to Cayman Islands residents Residents with green thumbs are invited to obtain free seedlings, as a limited stock of cabbage, cucumber, bok choy (Chinese cabbage), cauliflower, broccoli and other plants are offered to the public by the Department of Agriculture (DoA). This initiative seeks to stimulate interest amongst backyard gardeners in […]

Christmas at Cayman Islands Camana Bay is GIVING

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CAMANA BAY CHRISTMAS GIVE The Magic of Christmas Begins with Giving  Camana Bay, Grand Cayman : As a part of the greater Grand Cayman community, the people who live, work and visit Camana Bay come together every holiday season to help spread the joy of Christmas to those in need through the Camana Bay Christmas […]

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Cayman Islands Pirates Week Fun Run/Walks Return The Pirates Week Festival is once again hosting its series of fun runs; the Pirates Week 5K on the first week end of festivities and the “To Hell and Back 10k” on the final weekend of events. Both run/walk events are geared for people of all fitness levels […]

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  UPDATED: Cayman Islands Wanted Person – Christopher Green UPDATED: Green was arrested yesterday (SAT) by police without incident and remains in custody. Police thank the public for their assistance in this matter.   From RCIPS Police are requesting the assistance of the Public to locate a 32-year-old male named Christopher Green. Two pictures of […]

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Cayman Islands coach arrested in Miami. Wanted here for sex crime Extradition proceedings have begun by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service to have a sports coach brought back to the Cayman Islands to face allegations of indecent assault with at least one teenage girl he was coaching. The coach is a US citizen and […]

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Turkey Kurdish wedding bomber ‘may not have been child’ From BBC Image caption Most of the victims of the bombing were children, media reports say AFP Turkey’s Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says authorities do not know if a suicide bomber who attacked a Kurdish wedding killing 54 people was a child. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan […]

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  Another First for YCLA The Kimpton Seafire November 5, 2016 For more than fifteen years, the Young Caymanian Leadership Awards (YCLA) has worked to keep the island’s youth on track by providing them with excellent role models with whom they can identify. This has been accomplished by involving the community who have partnered with […]

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Cayman Island Realtor suffers serious spinal injuries at his home Cayman Islands realtor who co-founded the local branch of RE/MAX Kim Lund, has been transferred to Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami on Wednesday (17). Lund was injured at his home at Britannia and underwent surgery in Cayman before his transfer to Miami. In a statement […]

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6 Cuban migrants repatriated from Cayman Islands From Cayman Islands Department of Immigration The Department of Immigration repatriated six Cuban migrants to Havana, Cuba on Monday, 15 August 2016. The group consisted of three males and three females. Currently 83 Cuban migrants remain in Immigration custody on Island and are housed at various approved facilities, […]

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US Convicted Pa. AG says she’ll resign on Wednesday Pennsylvania’s embattled attorney general said she will step down from her post effective Wednesday afternoon following her conviction earlier this week on charges that she leaked confidential investigative material to a reporter and lied about it under oath. SOURCE: LAW360   Climate change causes world’s second […]