Archive for July 26th, 2021

COVID-19 positive traveller in hospital

COVID-19 positive traveller in hospital

| 26/07/2021 | 74 Comments

(CNS): Four more travellers tested positive for the coronavirus over the weekend, according to the latest figures released by Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee. One person from quarantine is now in hospital suffering symptoms of COVID-19 but is stable and does not require ventilator support. There are now 15 active cases of the virus […]

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Customs find ganja among household goods

Customs find ganja among household goods

| 26/07/2021 | 18 Comments

(CNS): Customs and Border Control has opened an investigation after officers found an undisclosed quantity of ganja during a search on Thursday, 22 July, of household goods being imported into Cayman. No other details were offered by officials but the limited information comes in the wake of recent comments by Police Commissioner Derek Byrne that […]

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Woman robbed by masked armed men

Woman robbed by masked armed men

| 26/07/2021 | 22 Comments

(CNS): A woman was robbed of an undisclosed quantity of cash after parking at an address on Palm Dale Avenue in George Town on Friday night. Police did not confirm if the house was the victim’s own home, but after she arrived at the location a small car pulled in behind her. Two masked men […]

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Objector appeals One GT hotel tower

Objector appeals One GT hotel tower

| 26/07/2021 | 112 Comments

(CNS: The objector whose 19th century family home, “Merrendale” will be sitting at the foot of George Town’s first 10-storey structure, the One GT hotel, has filed an appeal against the granting of planning permission following a meeting last week when the Central Planning Authority adjourned the case that had been approved by the previous […]

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Ministries still failing to report on cash collected

Ministries still failing to report on cash collected

| 26/07/2021 | 39 Comments

(CNS): Two of government’s most senior accountants, Financial Secretary Ken Jefferson and Accountant General Matthew Tibbetts, told Finance Committee Tuesday that work is underway to get each ministry to properly report on the coercive revenue they collect on their own books. Currently, funds that government entities collect from members of the public and businesses appear […]

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