Archive for November 23rd, 2016

Premier: We are making progress on dump

Premier: We are making progress on dump

| 23/11/2016 | 71 Comments
(CNS): The premier has admitted that tackling the waste-management problem in Cayman is the biggest and most important infrastructure challenge that his government faces, but claims that it is making real progress. In a government-made TV programme about the improvements at the George Town dump (a.k [...]

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600 people turn out for clean-up work

600 people turn out for clean-up work

| 23/11/2016 | 51 Comments
(CNS): The number of people who came out to sign up for government’s annual Christmas clean-up last week was down slightly on the more than 700 that took part last year, which government believes is down to the fall in the unemployment rate. But officials revealed that with 550 people registered [...]

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Fisherman may have been swept to sea

Fisherman may have been swept to sea

| 23/11/2016 | 25 Comments
(CNS): The body pulled from the ocean off the coast of North West Point yesterday was 39-year-old Tian Lun Ma, a resident of West Bay, originally from China. Lun Ma was believed to have been fishing from the shore across from the Turtle Farm when he was swept into the sea sometime early Tuesday morn [...]

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Its official: CIFA has killed youth football

Its official: CIFA has killed youth football

| 23/11/2016 | 108 Comments
Football Guy writes: The cheapest sport to play is dying in Cayman. Fewer and fewer young persons in Cayman are participating in the most popular sport in the world. RIP Football? This current football season there are only 3 teams in CIFA’s U15 football league. There are only 3 teams in the U17 l [...]

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Firefighters battle major South Sound blaze

Firefighters battle major South Sound blaze

| 23/11/2016 | 27 Comments
(CNS): Firefighters were on the scene of a house blaze in South Sound Wednesday morning. The fire which was reported at around 6:40am at the home on Clayton Drive across from the oil terminals at Jackson Point was brought under control by firefighters by around 7am. The blaze appears to have started [...]

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