Archive for March 8th, 2024

ORIA short-term parking lot closed for lights upgrade

ORIA short-term parking lot closed for lights upgrade

| 08/03/2024 | 36 Comments

(CNS): The short-term parking lot at Owen Roberts International Airport will close on Sunday for five days as the Cayman Islands Airports Authority installs new energy-efficient LED lighting in the airport car parks. Officials said these new lights will enhance visibility and reduce the airport’s energy consumption and carbon footprint. To facilitate the safe installation […]

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Police believe arrested man is part of grooming ring

Police believe arrested man is part of grooming ring

| 08/03/2024

(CNS): Police are investigating what they believe is an organised grooming ring based in George Town where adult men are luring vulnerable young girls away from school and guardians. Last month, following a report of three missing teenage girls, an RCIPS school liaison officer obtained information showing communication from a man asking a girl to […]

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Man charged with unlicensed gun possession for air rifle

Man charged with unlicensed gun possession for air rifle

| 08/03/2024

(CNS): A 35-year-old Bodden Town man has been charged with the possession of an unlicensed firearm after the police found an air rifle during a search of his home. The police said they responded to a domestic incident on Friday, 1 March, in response to a report that a man had assaulted a woman known […]

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Downtown GT road work to continue 50 feet at a time

Downtown GT road work to continue 50 feet at a time

| 08/03/2024 | 19 Comments

(CNS): Work on the roads and the paving of parts of George Town is moving to the next stage of the National Roads Authority’s Traffic Diversion Plan, which is part of the Central Business District Enhancement Project (CBDEP). According to an update from the infrastructure ministry, work will be carried out in sections of about […]

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CIG asks public to review $8.75/hour basic pay

CIG asks public to review $8.75/hour basic pay

| 08/03/2024 | 33 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Government is seeking public comment on the Minimum Wage Advisory Committee’s long-awaited report, made public this week, and the recommendation to implement a new basic national minimum wage of just CI$8.75. No one from the elected arm of government has indicated whether or not the MWAC’s recommendations will be accepted and […]

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