Archive for June 28th, 2017

Cayman will pay for inmate’s time in UK jail

Cayman will pay for inmate’s time in UK jail

| 28/06/2017 | 38 Comments

(CNS): Officials have confirmed that the cost of housing Osbourne Douglas (30) in a British prison will be covered by the Cayman public purse and not by the UK government. Though the authorities have been tight-lipped about the transfer of Douglas to serve his 34-year term in England, CNS has learned that he has been […]

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Burglary victims invited to view recovered loot

Burglary victims invited to view recovered loot

| 28/06/2017 | 2 Comments

(CNS): The police are inviting people who have been the victims of break-ins to make an appointment to come and view the latest haul of stolen goods recovered after police carried out a search warrant last week and arrested a 47-year-old man. With a Grand Court judge recently describing burglary as a “growth industry in […]

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DoE urges caution over seaweed removal

DoE urges caution over seaweed removal

| 28/06/2017 | 11 Comments

(CNS): Beachfront and tourism property owners are being urged to be cautious if they are removing Sargassum seaweed from the beach. According to the Department of the Environment, with the recent influx on Grand Cayman’s southern coasts, some owners are attempting to remove it but this can have a very destabilising effect on beaches unless […]

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Police catch suspected jewel thief

Police catch suspected jewel thief

| 28/06/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Officers who responded to a report of a break-in at a North Church Street jewellery shop  just after midnight on Wednesday morning arrived just as the suspects were fleeing. As the police drove up to the George Town waterfront location, they saw three men running toward Rock Hole Road and a fourth man on […]

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Airport bid pushes out small businesses

Airport bid pushes out small businesses

| 28/06/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): Some of the small business owners that are currently running retail concessions at Owen Roberts International Airport believe they are being pushed out of the bids for the new space. The Cayman Islands Small Business Association (CISBA) has accused the airport authority of creating a request for proposals with confusing paperwork, forcing bidders […]

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