Archive for June 21st, 2019

Police urge people to stop drunk driving

Police urge people to stop drunk driving

| 21/06/2019 | 45 Comments

(CNS): After around two dozen road smashes between Sunday and Thursday this week, the police are once again urging drivers not to get behind the wheel when they have been drinking alcohol and to pay more attention even when sober. Three people were arrested for driving under the influence this week and the RCIPS raised […]

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Cops round up suspect burglars

Cops round up suspect burglars

| 21/06/2019

(CNS): The police arrested two suspected burglars this week for unrelated crimes. One of them, Daniel Wallace Rankine, was finally arrested on Thursday in relation to two break-ins on 8 and 14 April, after police spent two months tracking him down. And a 32-year-old man from George Town, whom police did not name, was arrested […]

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Flipped car snarls up Friday traffic

Flipped car snarls up Friday traffic

| 21/06/2019 | 10 Comments

(CNS): Two drivers were taken to hospital Friday, with non-life-threatening injuries after a collision on North Sound Road near Compass Drive at 1:30pm. A BMW heading northbound and a Subaru heading southbound crashed when the Subaru was making a right-hand turn by Kirk Office Supplies. The Subaru then overturned as a result of the smash.

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Elections Office urges petitioners to come on in

Elections Office urges petitioners to come on in

| 21/06/2019 | 47 Comments

(CNS): With Cabinet set on the Elections Office checking each and every signature on the petition calling for a people-initiated referendum on the cruise berthing project, all of the more than 5,300 people who signed are being urged to go to the office as soon as possible to confirm their signature and help move the […]

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We are making history so must get it right

We are making history so must get it right

| 21/06/2019 | 38 Comments

Mario Rankin writes: It has been a long, hard fight collecting over 5,288 signatures of registered voters, which is 25% of the electorate, in order to trigger a people-initiated referendum so that we, the people, who elected the politicians can also have a place in politics without having to always depend on our government to […]

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WORC boss wants boards cut from WP process

WORC boss wants boards cut from WP process

| 21/06/2019 | 66 Comments

(CNS): In her first comprehensive public address about the development of the Workforce Opportunities and Residency Cayman, a new agency to deal with all of the issues associated with Cayman’s local and expat labour force, its director, Sharon Roulstone, said that when WORC is fully operational it will do much more of the work currently […]

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Where are my packages from overseas?

Where are my packages from overseas?

| 21/06/2019

I shop locally in Cayman wherever possible and am happy to support local business, however there are some items which I sometimes have to source from overseas, and most of the time these items are delivered via parcel post at the Airport Post Office. The issue is, though, that it is a completely hit and […]

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