Archive for January 9th, 2020

Five people hurt in more road chaos

Five people hurt in more road chaos

| 09/01/2020 | 45 Comments

(CNS): Three people involved in a head-on collision on the Linford Pearson Highway, Thursday morning, were all taken to hospital with what are believed to be non-life-threatening injuries. They were joined in the afternoon by a motorcycle rider and pillion after they were both involved in a crash with a car on the West Bay […]

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Business owner gets lucky after losing cash

Business owner gets lucky after losing cash

| 09/01/2020 | 19 Comments

(CNS): The owner of a Camana Bay-based business had a very lucky break this week after their lost container full of cash was handed into the police by a good Samaritan. At around 5:45pm on Tuesday, 7 January, a member of the public who had found what was described as a significant amount of local […]

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ACC arrests 4th man in long running case

ACC arrests 4th man in long running case

| 09/01/2020

(CNS): A 43-year-old man from Bodden Town was arrested by Anti-Corruption Commission investigators on Thursday in connection with a probe stretching back to the spring of 2018, which is believed to be connected to procurement irregularities at the Cayman Turtle Centre. The man is the fourth person to be arrested in connection with the corruption […]

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Cayman Eco offers free ‘climate science lunch and learn’

Cayman Eco offers free ‘climate science lunch and learn’

| 09/01/2020

(CNS Local Life): Cayman Eco, a local environmental non-profit organisation, is aiming to educate the general public in the Cayman Islands on the threats presented by global climate change by offering free ‘climate science lunch and learn’ sessions for local businesses. Tammy Kelderman, an environmental sociologist and founder of Cayman Eco, explained that 97% of […]

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AT&T agrees to stop TV ad shaming Cayman

AT&T agrees to stop TV ad shaming Cayman

| 09/01/2020 | 114 Comments

(CNS): Financial Services Minister Tara Rivers has scored her first win in the campaign she announced late last year to go after Hollywood for misusing and abusing the image of the Cayman Islands in books films, TV shows, videos and commercials. As part of the AT&T’s phone service campaign, ‘Just OK is not OK’, one […]

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