Archive for December 20th, 2017

Booze extension too late for NYE party

Booze extension too late for NYE party

| 20/12/2017 | 206 Comments
(CNS): Bars and clubs will be bringing in 2018 with more of a whimper than a bang on 31 December as, once again, legislation that prevents loud or live music and dancing on Sundays at liquor licenced premises will hamper the New Year’s Eve celebrations. Government officials announced that the [...]

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Ex-UCCI lecturer charged with child sex crimes

Ex-UCCI lecturer charged with child sex crimes

| 20/12/2017
(CNS): A 49-year-old man from West Bay, who was formerly employed at UCCI as a maths lecturer, has been charged with several child sex offences, police said Wednesday. The RCIPS revealed news of the charges after the man appeared in Summary Court, stating that he had been remanded in custody pending [...]

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Food bank begins making deliveries

Food bank begins making deliveries

| 20/12/2017 | 9 Comments
(CNS): Last week the Good Samaritan Food Bank began making its first food deliveries to Meals on Wheels. The food bank is using leftover perishable foods from local supermarkets and restaurants to create meals, which will be passed on to local charities and church organisations, feeding people in ne [...]

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Police alarmed by number of drunks on road

Police alarmed by number of drunks on road

| 20/12/2017 | 45 Comments
(CNS): As the holiday season gets underway, the RCIPS says Cayman’s traffic troubles are already getting worse and over the past ten days enforcement has seen an increase in drunk drivers and motorists being caught breaking numerous road laws. There were 31 arrests during those ten days, 18 of [...]

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Car crash cuts power from Red Bay to Newlands

Car crash cuts power from Red Bay to Newlands

| 20/12/2017 | 21 Comments
(CNS): Hundreds of CUC customers were without power Wednesday morning and a major section of the Shamrock Road was blocked after a car crashed into a light pole. The smash happened around 3am and although the police have not yet released many details, it is understood that the driver, who was alone [...]

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Residents urged not to put out more bulk waste

Residents urged not to put out more bulk waste

| 20/12/2017 | 32 Comments
(CNS): The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) is urging residents not to place any more bulk waste on the curbside for collection on Grand Cayman as the deadline has passed for all districts on that island. Collections are continuing and department officials said the waste is being removed as [...]

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