Archive for May 24th, 2022

DVDL customer injured at inspection centre

DVDL customer injured at inspection centre

| 24/05/2022 | 31 Comments

 (CNS): A customer was taken for “medical assistance” on Tuesday morning following an undisclosed incident while the individual was at the Department of Vehicle and Driver’s Licensing Centre in Breakers getting a car inspected. Officials from the Ministry of Planning, Agriculture, Housing and Infrastructure said they were aware that a customer was hurt and were […]

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Governor’s Bird Sanctuary faces development threat

Governor’s Bird Sanctuary faces development threat

| 24/05/2022 | 56 Comments

(CNS): The Governor Michael Gore Bird Sanctuary, a well-known natural beauty spot in Savannah owned by the National Trust, is the latest piece of scarce and unique local wilderness threatened by development. An application for an apartment complex on an adjacent piece of land across from the wetlands and pond is expected to be heard […]

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All yellow plates to be replaced by year-end

All yellow plates to be replaced by year-end

| 24/05/2022 | 48 Comments

(CNS): The Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing (DVDL) expects that all the old ‘yellow’ vehicle registration plates will be replaced before the year is out. It now has all the numbers for the remaining 3,700 old plates, which will all soon be available for collection. Owners with temporary licence plates must replace them before […]

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Officials silent on contingencies for baby formula shortage

Officials silent on contingencies for baby formula shortage

| 24/05/2022 | 45 Comments

(CNS): Government officials have failed to respond to queries from CNS about any contingency plans the health ministry or Health Services Authority may have regarding the potential knock-on effect here in Cayman of the baby formula shortage in the United States. Two local supermarkets have told CNS that they don’t expect the supply issues in […]

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