Archive for September 20th, 2022

Brewing storm could head for Cayman Islands

Brewing storm could head for Cayman Islands

| 20/09/2022 | 47 Comments

(CNS): Both the Cayman Islands National Weather Service (CINWS) and Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI) are now monitoring an active tropical wave located several hundred miles east of the Windward Islands. According to the US National Hurricane Center, the disturbance has an 80% chance of development over the next five days as it moves west-northwest […]

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Governor ‘shocked’ by allegations against Bush

Governor ‘shocked’ by allegations against Bush

| 20/09/2022 | 116 Comments

(CNS): Governor Martyn Roper issued a statement on Tuesday to say that McKeeva Bush should resign as speaker of the House of Parliament following his inappropriate behaviour last week at an official cocktail party. Roper said he was shocked to see social media and press reports concerning Bush’s conduct and revealed that he had urged […]

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Official mourning ends as the Queen is laid to rest

Official mourning ends as the Queen is laid to rest

| 20/09/2022 | 15 Comments

(CNS): The people of the Cayman Islands joined others around the world to watch the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday at home and at special community screenings across all of the districts. Official Condolence books were available for the public to sign and the community also joined in a Radio Cayman live […]

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Former National Trust GM returns as exec director

Former National Trust GM returns as exec director

| 20/09/2022 | 8 Comments

(CNS): Frank Roulstone, a former general manager at the National Trust for the Cayman Islands, will be taking over from outgoing Executive Director Annick Jackman this month. Roulstone takes the helm as Cayman’s dwindling built heritage is under significant pressure and the Trust’s protected land is being squeezed from all sides by development. He will […]

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CPA sticks by NCC order over turtle lights

CPA sticks by NCC order over turtle lights

| 20/09/2022 | 47 Comments

(CNS): The Central Planning Authority has said it is obligated to follow a National Conservation Council direction to find that a condition of planning approval for turtle-friendly lighting at a proposed luxury beachfront house in Rum Point had not been met. During its meeting last week, the CPA said the recent court ruling meant they […]

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Beauty queen in limbo ahead of assault trial

Beauty queen in limbo ahead of assault trial

| 20/09/2022 | 53 Comments

(CNS): Tiffany Conolly, from West Bay, who was crowned Miss Cayman Islands Universe last month despite facing criminal charges for assault, will retain the title at least until the outcome of the trial in October, placing the beauty queen in limbo. However, the pageant committee has however said that she will not make any public […]

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