Archive for November 2nd, 2018

Weather expert reminds public of November storms

Weather expert reminds public of November storms

| 02/11/2018 | 26 Comments
(CNS): Cayman Islands National Weather Service Director General John Tibbetts is reminding the public that hurricane season is not over yet, and although there are currently no signs of any tropical cyclones in the Atlantic, storms are not uncommon in November. Posting on social media, Tibbetts p [...]

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Police seek owners of stolen goods

Police seek owners of stolen goods

| 02/11/2018 | 7 Comments
(CNS): The police have recovered a large number of items during searches that they believe were stolen and are now seeking to reunite the property with its owners. The items recovered include jewellery, watches, power tools, electronics and cellphones. People can view the items on the RCIPS websit [...]

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Visitors arrested after painting parking lot

Visitors arrested after painting parking lot

| 02/11/2018
(CNS): Three young men visiting the Cayman Islands from Ireland have been charged with obtaining property by deception, impersonating a public officer and working without a permit, having reportedly told a George Town business they were from the National Roads Authority and offered to paint the car [...]

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Cullers remove 40,000 greens in 4 days

Cullers remove 40,000 greens in 4 days

| 02/11/2018 | 101 Comments
(CNS): The green iguana cull on Grand Cayman appears to have got off to a good start, with registered cullers having killed more than 40,000 in the first four days of the project. The Department of Environment has a target of 6,000 iguanas per day, and with more than 300 people and businesses involv [...]

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