Archive for October 7th, 2021

Bodden Town man charged over violent break-in

Bodden Town man charged over violent break-in

| 07/10/2021

(CNS): A 43-year-old man from Bodden Town appeared in court on Wednesday charged with aggravated burglary regarding a violent incident on 3 October at a home in the Crewe Road area of George Town. The man is accused of breaking into a house on Birchwood Road armed with undisclosed types of weapons in order to […]

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Ganja packages found in derelict vehicles

Ganja packages found in derelict vehicles

| 07/10/2021 | 9 Comments

(CNS): Police have found around 4lbs of ganja that had been stashed in derelict vehicles abandoned on Durham Drive in the industrial area of George Town. The RCIPS said that shortly before 2:30pm Wednesday they received a call from a member of the public who reported finding a suspicious package near a derelict vehicle. It […]

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Child hospitalised with COVID-19

Child hospitalised with COVID-19

| 07/10/2021 | 178 Comments

(CNS): A child who was admitted to hospital Wednesday with COVID-19 was said to be “doing satisfactorily” on Thursday morning, according to Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee, who issued a short video message. No details were given about the child’s condition as the CMO reported on the latest test results. Governor Martyn Roper said […]

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Words of wisdom from the past

Words of wisdom from the past

| 07/10/2021 | 62 Comments

Chris Johnson writes: Much has been said in recent months about the West Bay Beach (Seven Mile) due to the erosion problems and the blame game. I have been lucky to have lived on the beach at the north end for over 40 years and had the privilege for many years of living next door […]

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Suspect home invader arrested and bailed

Suspect home invader arrested and bailed

| 07/10/2021

(CNS): A 27-year-old man from East End who was arrested on Monday in connection with a home invasion in North Side last week has been bailed, police have said. The man was picked up by police near his East End home and questioned in relation to a violent burglary on 30 September, in which one […]

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PACT goal remains to reopen without retreat

PACT goal remains to reopen without retreat

| 07/10/2021 | 165 Comments

(CNS): The PACT government’s goal remains to reopen the borders to tourists in the coming weeks without having to close them again or see the country go back into any kind of lockdown. Premier Wayne Panton has said that government will give the country a month’s notice when it sets a date for lifting isolation […]

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Mid-term break sprung on parents as teachers isolate

Mid-term break sprung on parents as teachers isolate

| 07/10/2021 | 80 Comments

(CNS): The Ministry of Education has brought forward the autumn mid-term break for government’s primary and secondary schools on Grand Cayman as a result of the outbreaks of COVID-19 and because of the number of teachers in isolation. John Gray and Clifton Hunter High Schools are both closed today (Thursday), while all the primary schools, […]

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