Archive for July 20th, 2021

Minivan driver killed in dump truck crash

Minivan driver killed in dump truck crash

| 20/07/2021 | 42 Comments

(CNS): A 63-year-old man has been killed in the sixth fatal collision in the Cayman Islands so far this year. The man was pronounced dead at the hospital this morning after he was freed from the minivan he was driving by fire crews following a collision with a dump truck in Bodden Town. The crash […]

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Travellers need to justify journeys

Travellers need to justify journeys

| 20/07/2021 | 338 Comments

(CNS): Anyone travelling overseas and returning to Cayman will now need to justify their reasons for travel, Tourism Minister Kenneth Bryan said during Finance Committee Monday, after reminding the community that the borders remain closed until at least 9 September. Flights coming in and out of the country are still for essential journeys only and […]

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Major smash in Bodden Town closes road

Major smash in Bodden Town closes road

| 20/07/2021 | 3 Comments

(CNS): Police are on the scene of a major collision in Bodden Town in the area of Governor Russell Beach, with eastbound traffic being diverted onto Condor Road and westbound traffic being diverted onto Anton Bodden Drive. These diversions are expected to remain in place for some time. According to footage posted on social media, […]

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Jet ski theft suspects caught red handed

Jet ski theft suspects caught red handed

| 20/07/2021

(CNS): Two men and one woman have been arrested on suspicion of stealing a personal watercraft (PWC) after the owner caught the suspects red-handed with it before they fled the scene, leaving the jet-ski behind. Police said the owner reported the theft of the PWC from a house in Rum Point on Saturday evening, but […]

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Police urged to stop being rude to public

Police urged to stop being rude to public

| 20/07/2021 | 103 Comments

(CNS): The Office of the Ombudsman has urged police officers to treat the public with more respect, because many of the complaints about the RCIPS it is handling are about officers who had been rude to the people they interacted with rather than because they were breaching the rules. In the office’s annual report for […]

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PACT changes policy on overseas offices

PACT changes policy on overseas offices

| 20/07/2021 | 89 Comments

(CNS): Financial Services Minister Andre Ebanks has announced a policy review of the previous government’s plans to open overseas offices, and said that a team of new staff employed around the time of the elections by the now disbanded Ministry of International Trade, Investment, Aviation and Maritime Affairs will need to be retrained for different […]

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