January 24, 2020

The Editor Speaks: The dump and the waste

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It is always amazing to me how so many words in a document can successfully be dumped without any damage being done to the actual message being delivered. A case in point is the actual new detail we have obtained from the 40 pages in the just published “Strategic Outline Case: Integrated Solid Waste Management […]

Prison service re-dedicates chapel

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Community members recently came together with staff and inmates of Her Majesty’s Cayman Islands Prison Service (HMCIPS) for the rededication of the chapel at Northward Prison. On Sunday evening, 4 May 2014, some 70 persons gathered for a special service to mark the reopening of the chapel, which had closed more than a year previously […]

Low storm forecast but Cayman residents urged to be prepared

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Most weather experts have predicted a below average hurricane season this year in the Atlantic but Cayman residents have been warned by local officials not to be complacent and to make their preparations now as government begins its hurricane checks. The public works department and the National Roads Authority will be shuttering over 100 government […]