Archive for March 22nd, 2018

Local mutts saved from ‘doggy death row’

Local mutts saved from ‘doggy death row’

| 22/03/2018 | 66 Comments
(CNS): Three Cayman mutts being held at the Department of Agriculture pound awaiting an untimely end have been saved by a judge following an appeal by their owner. Duke Perri Merren was convicted in Summary Court last year of suffering ferocious dogs to be at large, criminal trespass and damage to [...]

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OfReg seeks input on plans for better broadband

OfReg seeks input on plans for better broadband

| 22/03/2018 | 19 Comments
(CNS): Following revelations by the premier last week that government will be building the missing fibre optic network that the local cable and telecommunication companies have failed to provide, the regulator is seeking public input on plans for the infrastructure Cayman will need to meet the futur [...]

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Specific witnesses sought in attempted child abduction

Specific witnesses sought in attempted child abduction

| 22/03/2018 | 6 Comments
(CNS): West Bay police are appealing for two men to come forward who might be able to assist with the ongoing inquiry into an attempted child abduction in West Bay earlier this month. Officers have reason to believe that the child came into contact with several people on the afternoon of 10 March, b [...]

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CIG’s full 2016 accounts receive adverse opinion

CIG’s full 2016 accounts receive adverse opinion

| 22/03/2018 | 45 Comments
(CNS): The government’s Entire Public Sector consolidated financial report for the year ending June 2016 has received an adverse opinion from Auditor General Sue Winspear for a long list of reasons, including the government’s failure to fairly state its liabilities and of poor controls over coer [...]

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Visitor numbers still breaking records

Visitor numbers still breaking records

| 22/03/2018 | 48 Comments
(CNS): The continued growth and record-breaking figures for the Cayman Islands tourism industry showed no sign of dropping off in the statistics for arrivals in February released by the Department of Tourism. The month saw 40,020 visitors fly into Cayman, an increase of over 12.5% on the 2017 numbe [...]

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