Archive for September 2nd, 2020

94 negative COVID-19 tests reported

94 negative COVID-19 tests reported

| 02/09/2020 | 35 Comments

(CNS): Two weeks after two travellers in quarantine interrupted Cayman’s COVID-free status last month, the country is back on a negative trend. There are no active cases at present and on Wednesday Medical Officer of Health Dr Samuel Williams-Rodriguez reported on 94 COVID-19 tests carried out over the last day, which were all negative. Cayman’s […]

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Police reveal second stabbing at murder scene

Police reveal second stabbing at murder scene

| 02/09/2020

(CNS): A 28-year-old man has been charged with wounding in connection with an assault that the RCIPS has now revealed took place on Saturday morning at The Strand Shopping Centre car park shortly before Recardo Lionel Pars (27) was killed as a result of multiple stab wounds at the same location. The unnamed man appeared […]

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Artist maintains Miss Lassie’s visions

Artist maintains Miss Lassie’s visions

| 02/09/2020 | 21 Comments

(CNS): Local artist Sue Howe is touching up images at the historic home of Caymanian visionary artist Gladwyn Bush, aka Miss Lassie, to help protect the paintings from the weather. In 2013 Howe made copies of the paintings on the doors and windows on the house after Miss Lassie’s originals were placed in storage to […]

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DoE battles threat posed by developments

DoE battles threat posed by developments

| 02/09/2020 | 49 Comments

(CNS): The Department of Environment has made several submissions for the Central Planning Authority to consider when it hears applications today, in a bid to save critical habitat and encourage developers to mitigate the environmental threats their projects pose. DoE concerns about some of these applications include swimming pools that will erode beaches and unnecessary […]

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Miller calls on premier to remove speaker

Miller calls on premier to remove speaker

| 02/09/2020 | 118 Comments

(CNS): The return of House Speaker McKeeva Bush to his high office sets a terrible example, MLA Ezzard Miller (NS) said Wednesday, as he called on Premier Alden McLaughlin to remove him. The independent member asked when “enough will be enough” regarding this speaker and his behaviour since his appointment, which has eroded the esteem […]

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