Archive for December 28th, 2016

Shootings gang related, say investigators

Shootings gang related, say investigators

| 28/12/2016 | 35 Comments

(CNS): Officers investigating the shootings over the Christmas weekend in which two men were seriously wounded said they believed the violence was gang related. Both victims were shot outside licensed premises on Monday. The first was in the early hours of the Christmas holiday morning outside a Seven Mile Beach club, in the heart of […]

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CIG seeking real shift in public service delivery

CIG seeking real shift in public service delivery

| 28/12/2016 | 34 Comments

(CNS): The premier said that after the first year of implementing civil service reform under the umbrella of Project Future the government has demonstrated its commitment to its “ambitious agenda for change”, when it comes to the public sector. A new report published last week outlines the progress made since May, officials said, as the […]

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Police chief warns illegal riders Cayman has had enough

Police chief warns illegal riders Cayman has had enough

| 28/12/2016 | 67 Comments

(CNS): Police seized six illegal motorbikes around the island yesterday and arrested two riders who failed to stop for police at traffic checks. The RCIPS has said it is focused on putting a stop to young men misusing the bikes and placing the road-using public in danger. “The island has had enough of the nuisance and […]

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Feed the ‘Beast’ for free mulch, says DEH

Feed the ‘Beast’ for free mulch, says DEH

| 28/12/2016 | 4 Comments

(CNS): The annual Christmas tree-mulching programme will begin on 1 January, public officials have said, as they asked people to place their used real trees in containers around the island. To stop the trees from adding to the landfill problems the Department of Environmental Health’s (DEH) grinding machine, known as the “Beast”, will recycle the […]

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Police warn public to lock up before going out

Police warn public to lock up before going out

| 28/12/2016 | 11 Comments

(CNS): With burglars working overtime this holiday season the police are warning the public to lock up their homes when they go out. Thieves have been making off with cash and electronics in a number of residential break-ins across Grand Cayman, especially at apartment complexes. “We’re asking that residents be extra vigilant about securing their […]

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