Archive for July 20th, 2022

Cayman Airways resumes flights to Montego Bay

Cayman Airways resumes flights to Montego Bay

| 20/07/2022 | 32 Comments

(CNS): Cayman Airways Limited (CAL) will resume its service between Grand Cayman and Montego Bay, Jamaica, next month, well over two years since government closed the borders due to the pandemic and the airline was forced to suspend its services. The nonstop weekly flights for the summer begin on 4 August.

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Police deal with 25 crashes over the weekend

Police deal with 25 crashes over the weekend

| 20/07/2022 | 123 Comments

(CNS): The RCIPS traffic unit responded to over 25 vehicle collisions last weekend, many of them serious. Though no one was killed, several people were injured in two of the crashes. But as speeding, DUI and general poor driving continue, the police are urging drivers to pay more attention. Acting Superintendent Brad Ebanks advised motorists […]

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Pride fee to raise cash for LGBTQ support centre

Pride fee to raise cash for LGBTQ support centre

| 20/07/2022 | 76 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman LGBTQ Foundation will be charging $100 per person for the full package to join the second annual Pride Parade in the Cayman Islands and the after-party. To just join the Parade costs $50, which includes a t-shirt and soft drinks. Though some people have criticised the decision, the leader of the organisation, […]

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Concerns mount over welfare of missing man

Concerns mount over welfare of missing man

| 20/07/2022 | 3 Comments

(CNS): Police have made another appeal for help in finding Noel Paul Manning (53), a.k.a. “Indian”, who was reported missing more than three weeks ago, on Sunday, 26 June. Since then he has missed several important appointments and the police say they are extremely concerned about his welfare. Manning, who lives in Bodden Town, was […]

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