Archive for February 14th, 2022

Police on hunt for missing drug suspect

Police on hunt for missing drug suspect

| 14/02/2022

(CNS): The RCIPS is looking for 54-year-old Allen Ronald McLean, who is wanted for drug-related offences and is believed to be armed. Police are asking members of the public to call 911 if they see McLean, who was last known to be living in George Town. No specific details about McLean’s potential criminal involvement has […]

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Ministry plans to plant 1,330 trees for Jubilee

Ministry plans to plant 1,330 trees for Jubilee

| 14/02/2022 | 69 Comments

(CNS): The Ministry of Sustainability and Climate Resiliency is launching a national tree-planting project to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations this year and benefit future generations. The goal is to plant 70 trees in each of the constituencies across all three islands, including 70 mahogany (Swietenia mahagoni) selected by Premier Wayne Panton.

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2,000 doses of kids vaccines coming from UK

2,000 doses of kids vaccines coming from UK

| 14/02/2022 | 71 Comments

(CNS): Public health is about to roll out a vaccination programme for all kids aged between five and twelve as the UK has given the green light to begin inoculating children here. In a statement from his office issued Monday, Governor Martyn Roper said the paediatric shots are expected to arrive on Thursday after the […]

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Development drove CUC’s 2021 profits

Development drove CUC’s 2021 profits

| 14/02/2022 | 37 Comments

(CNS): The growth in the number of new homes and commercial premises across Grand Cayman fuelled the profits for the local power provider, Caribbean Utilities Company, last year, by increasing its customer base. Although there were few tourists, there was a 3% increase in sales in 2021 resulting from the completion of new condominiums, family […]

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Cayman’s COVID caseload remains high

Cayman’s COVID caseload remains high

| 14/02/2022 | 95 Comments

(CNS): As of Friday morning, there were still around 5,500 people in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19, as another week of staff shortages plagued both the business community and public services. According to Public Health officials, on Friday evening there were 13 people admitted to hospital as a result of the virus, nine of […]

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