Archive for September 2nd, 2016

Customs arrest traveller over rude language

Customs arrest traveller over rude language

| 02/09/2016 | 41 Comments

(CNS): A passenger who used “indecent words” on his customs declaration form was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct on Monday, customs officials have said. It was not clear if the man was a visitor or a resident, but he had arrived from Miami on an American Airlines flight when he got on the wrong […]

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Tourist mugger still on the loose

Tourist mugger still on the loose

| 02/09/2016 | 25 Comments

(CNS): A description of a man wanted by the police following a street robbery in South Church Street last Friday has been released and the RCIPS is asking for the public’s help to track him down. Police have now revealed that the victim, who was visiting the Cayman Islands and had her bag stolen, was […]

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Stolen SUV found at Barkers

Stolen SUV found at Barkers

| 02/09/2016 | 10 Comments

(CNS) Updated: The Ford Explorer that was reported stolen last Wednesday has been found in the Barkers area by officers from the West Bay Police Station. The RCIPS says the vehicle will be forensically examined and returned to its  owner. The SUV, which was taken from an apartment complex on Raleigh Quay, has a unique […]

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Honduran president visits CI for trade talks

Honduran president visits CI for trade talks

| 02/09/2016 | 52 Comments

(CNS): Following up on the government’s recent announcements that it wants to see Cayman trading more with Honduras, Juan Hernandez, the country’s president, is visiting with Cayman Islands Premier Alden McLaughlin today. The premier, Deputy Premier Moses Kirkconnell and other ministers are expected to continue the talks initiated by their recent visit to Honduras. “This […]

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Condo owners in fight with Dart

Condo owners in fight with Dart

| 02/09/2016 | 88 Comments

(CNS): Homeowners at the Britannia community are suffering “immense disquiet”, according to a spokesperson for the strata, due to a dispute with one of Dart’s web of companies over rights to amenities that they believe came with the deal when they bought their homes. Paul Simon, a representative for the residents, has accused the new […]

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CIG plans to measure pirates’ ‘gold’

CIG plans to measure pirates’ ‘gold’

| 02/09/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): The Ministry of Tourism has announced plans to conduct an economic impact assessment of this year’s Pirates Week to measure how much gold the pirate festival really brings in. The last assessment of the event, conducted well over a decade ago in 2002, identified 11,000 unique visitors, but since then the event has […]

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