Archive for December 1st, 2017

Cops issue warning over Christmas crime

Cops issue warning over Christmas crime

| 01/12/2017 | 10 Comments

(CNS): The RCIPS is reminding the public to secure homes and valuables over the Christmas holidays, when crooks are at their most active. Issuing some holiday crime awareness and safety tips, the police urged residents to lock all entrance and interior doors as a general rule and to keep valuables and small electronics, such as […]

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Customs urge registration, while port makes collection call

Customs urge registration, while port makes collection call

| 01/12/2017 | 2 Comments

(CNS): As the Christmas holidays approach, the Port Authority of the Cayman Islands is reminding people that cargo collections from the warehouse must be done in a timely manner, so as to not impact safe and efficient operations. Officials are requesting that car importers in particular collect vehicles without delay and warned that additional storage charges will […]

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Cayman anole becomes cover pin-up for 2018

Cayman anole becomes cover pin-up for 2018

| 01/12/2017 | 40 Comments

(CNS): You may not have heard of the website Anole Annals, but it’s is a key resource for scientists and fans of Anolis lizards, and the Cayman Islands’ endemic Anolis conspersus, also known as the Cayman blue-throated anole, has become the pin-up for its 2018 calendar. The beautiful image, depicting one several rare species that eventually gained […]

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Extremely active 2017 hurricane season ranks among worst

Extremely active 2017 hurricane season ranks among worst

| 01/12/2017 | 14 Comments

(CNS): The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, which ended Thursday, was “an extraordinarily active one”, according to hurricane expert Philip Klotzbach. While Cayman escaped unscathed this season, other Caribbean islands were not so fortunate. Those seriously impacted include Barbuda, which had to be evacuated and is still uninhabitable, Saint Martin, where 90% of the buildings were […]

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