Archive for July 16th, 2020

Heat and salinity kill off fish in Brac pond

Heat and salinity kill off fish in Brac pond

| 16/07/2020 | 10 Comments

(CNS): Hot, dry weather in Cayman Brac, which missed out on last weekend’s rain, and a rise in salinity at the Westerly Ponds seem to be behind the death of dozens of fish. Early investigations by the Department of Environment point to a significant fall in the water level at the ponds due to the […]

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Three men arrested in card fraud case

Three men arrested in card fraud case

| 16/07/2020

(CNS): Three George Town men in their mid-twenties were arrested this week on suspicion of obtaining property by deception in connection with a series of fraudulent credit card transactions. The RICPS Financial Crimes Unit said the men are suspected of using stolen information obtained after the card details were provided during legitimate, often telephone, transactions. […]

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Third day of negative COVID-19 tests

Third day of negative COVID-19 tests

| 16/07/2020 | 78 Comments

(CNS): There were no positive cases of COVID-19 reported by Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee on Thursday, as he revealed the results of the latest batch of 117 samples processed over the last day. This was the third day in a row where no new positive coronavirus case were reported after 516 tests were […]

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Staff issues impact post offices

Staff issues impact post offices

| 16/07/2020 | 157 Comments

(CNS): With a number of members of staff who are vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus or have childcare challenges still working from home, the Cayman Islands Postal Service is not able to resume normal service. Postmaster General Sheena Glasgow said the main post office in George Town is still only open for one hour per […]

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