Archive for April 12th, 2022

Campers and beachfront owners urged to obey law

Campers and beachfront owners urged to obey law

| 12/04/2022 | 85 Comments

(CNS): The police are urging both campers and homeowners to obey the law during the traditional Easter holiday beach camping weekend. The RCIPS urged those who are pitching tents and camping on the beach not to trespass on private property, but also reminded owners of beachfront property that their boundaries do not extend past the […]

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Cops round up traffic ticket dodgers in raid

Cops round up traffic ticket dodgers in raid

| 12/04/2022 | 18 Comments

(CNS): Police in the Eastern Districts conducted a coordinated raid last Wednesday and rounded up 17 people over 20 outstanding warrants, largely related to unpaid traffic tickets or fines. The RCIPS said it has just under 200 active warrants still to be executed. Around 70 are related to residents in George Town, another 60 in […]

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DoE warns of SCTLD holiday risk to Sister Islands

DoE warns of SCTLD holiday risk to Sister Islands

| 12/04/2022 | 5 Comments

(CNS): The devastating spread of stony coral tissue loss disease (SCTLD) to all of the reefs around the entire coastline of Grand Cayman has still not yet reached the Sister Islands. But the Department of Environment is worried that this extremely contagious and fatal disease could be easily transferred by boaters over the Easter holidays […]

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70 new COVID cases reported in a single day

70 new COVID cases reported in a single day

| 12/04/2022 | 37 Comments

(CNS): After a drop in the number of new cases of COVID-19 being reported to the Public Health Department over the weekend, there was a leap in case numbers on Monday. According to the latest statistics, 70 new cases of the virus were reported yesterday, including one case in the Sister Islands.

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Mail’s two-year journey to Canada finally over

Mail’s two-year journey to Canada finally over

| 12/04/2022 | 37 Comments

(CNS): The inability of the Cayman Islands Postal Service to find an airline to transport mail to Canada for two years came to an end last month when recipients began receiving piles of mail, some of which was sent more than 24 months ago. One former Cayman resident who now lives back in his native […]

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Residents protest 2nd phase of Crewe Rd project

Residents protest 2nd phase of Crewe Rd project

| 12/04/2022 | 62 Comments

(CNS): Existing residents at Rosedale Gardens, off Crewe Road, are objecting to a planning application by the developers for the second phase of the project, which would add 84 units to the community in 14 new buildings as well as a clubhouse and swimming pools.

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Ministry exposes names of 1000s of stipend recipients

Ministry exposes names of 1000s of stipend recipients

| 12/04/2022 | 93 Comments

(CNS): In what appears to be an administrative error by a member of the labour ministry’s ‘stipend team’, the email addresses of at least 3,000 people receiving the government’s tourism grant for displaced workers have been exposed. In many cases, this includes the full names of those receiving the public cash.

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