Archive for July 26th, 2022

Overstayer uses murdered man’s passport

Overstayer uses murdered man’s passport

| 26/07/2022 | 51 Comments

(CNS): Dennis Augustus Ramsay, who had attempted to leave the country on a dead man’s passport, pleaded guilty to two immigration offences on Monday and was remanded in custody. Ramsay, a Jamaican national, was arrested in May by Customs and Border Control officers after a Cayman Airways agent became suspicious of the passport he was […]

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Police open inquiry after toddler drowns on Brac

Police open inquiry after toddler drowns on Brac

| 26/07/2022 | 9 Comments

(CNS): The RCIPS is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a two-year-old child, whose body was found along the shoreline by the Cayman Brac Fire Service (CIFS) this morning (Tuesday 26 July). Police said the child was last seen at around 4.30am. She was discovered missing at about 5:10am and the police were notified […]

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Airport connector back on track after delays

Airport connector back on track after delays

| 26/07/2022 | 42 Comments

(CNS): The Airport Connector Road linking the Esterley Tibbetts Highway to Sparky Drive is back on track after delays due to problems with the tendering process for the installation of culverts. Officials said Monday that work on the culverts has begun, and once installed the work on that road will be complete. The road, which […]

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CDC ditches COVID rules for all cruise ships

CDC ditches COVID rules for all cruise ships

| 26/07/2022 | 22 Comments

(CNS): The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has lifted its COVID-19 voluntary restriction programme for cruise ships, ending all official controls in relation to the virus. The CDC will continue to publish guidance to help ships provide a safe and healthy environment for passengers and crew, but requirements for masks, testing and vaccinations have […]

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22 Cayman Islands athletes competing in XXII Games

22 Cayman Islands athletes competing in XXII Games

| 26/07/2022 | 18 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Commonwealth Games team is now in Birmingham, UK, for the XXII Games, which start on 28 July and end on 8 August. The team of 22 athletes, which includes one athlete who is just 13 years old, will be competing in swimming, squash, gymnastics, cycling, boxing and track & field competitions.

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