Archive for October 1st, 2018

Enforce the Animals Law, stop cruelty

Enforce the Animals Law, stop cruelty

| 01/10/2018 | 23 Comments
‘PAWSatively Hopeful for Change’ writes: Thirty-two dogs were recently removed from one premises in Grand Cayman by the Department of Agriculture. The DoA contacted all the animal charities on island seeking their assistance in arranging for these dogs to be taken out of their facility. [...]

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Wall danger for condos as boardwalk narrows road

Wall danger for condos as boardwalk narrows road

| 01/10/2018 | 158 Comments
(CNS): The construction of two huge new houses on South Sound Road, opposite the new boardwalk, has left neighbouring residents at the Shore Club in fear of a major accident because the high wall built between them blocks the view for drivers turning into a now narrower road. With the $1.3 milli [...]

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OTEC still in talks with CIG for ocean energy plant

OTEC still in talks with CIG for ocean energy plant

| 01/10/2018 | 26 Comments
(CNS): OTEC International LLC (OTI) has said that it is still in talks with the Cayman Islands Government and CUC about the proposed ocean thermal energy conversion plant which would, if it ever goes ahead, be the first commercial operation of its kind in the world. OTI entered into its first agree [...]

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Cayman delegation rubs shoulders with European royalty

Cayman delegation rubs shoulders with European royalty

| 01/10/2018 | 22 Comments
(CNS): As public attention was focused on whether or not the Cayman Islands should embark on developing a cruise berthing facility, Premier Alden McLaughlin, Financial Services Minister Tara Rivers and representatives from the Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands were in Europe rubbing shoulder [...]

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CIG focused on burning garbage

CIG focused on burning garbage

| 01/10/2018 | 36 Comments
(CNS): The Cayman Islands Government remains committed to a waste-to-energy solution for the islands’ mounting garbage problem, according to the minister with responsibility for solid waste-management. Dwayne Seymour said in his message on the United Nations World Habitat Day that recycling [...]

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WB woman detained after fight with police

WB woman detained after fight with police

| 01/10/2018
(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service says they arrested a 30 year old West Bay woman early Sunday morning outside a George Town bar after she assaulted officers who had been called out to investigate a report of an altercation in the parking lot of Cotton Club on Shedden Road. The police [...]

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Tip-off leads police to fugitive

Tip-off leads police to fugitive

| 01/10/2018 | 0 Comments
(CNS): Joseph Hurlston (36) has been tracked down by police following a tip from a member of the public. The local man, who is from George Town, was located by officers on Sunday evening at an address on West Bay Road and has been taken into police custody. Police said that another man at the [&hell [...]

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