Archive for May 21st, 2024

Bryan attends another regional tourism conference

Bryan attends another regional tourism conference

| 21/05/2024 | 32 Comments

(CNS): Tourism minister, Kenneth Bryan is on the road again this time in Jamaica at the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Marketplace in Montego Bay. A delegation of tourism officials and private sector partners has gone to the event where intra-Caribbean travel and air connection will be on the agenda just as Cayman Airways […]

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Police investigate allegations of abuse by teacher

Police investigate allegations of abuse by teacher

| 21/05/2024

(CNS): The RCIPS has confirmed that an investigation is underway into allegations of abuse by a primary school teacher. The deputy principal of the Joanna Clarke Primary, Janet Harris, is understood to have been suspended and is working remotely after accusations were made about the senior teacher physically abusing a five-year-old boy who attends the […]

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NRA paints speed limits on road surfaces

NRA paints speed limits on road surfaces

| 21/05/2024 | 60 Comments

(CNS): The National Roads Authority (NRA) has begun marking speed limit changes on the surface of the roads. Officials said in a release that the “red and white roundels can be found on Cayman’s roads island-wide” and were rolled out in partnership with the Ministry of Infrastructure, the RCIPS and the Department of Vehicles & […]

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PlanCayman consultation goes on the road

PlanCayman consultation goes on the road

| 21/05/2024 | 27 Comments

(CNS): As the Cayman Islands Government continues its slow progress on the delayed national development plan, the ministry responsible has announced that it will be engaging directly with the public in June and July in a series of meetings, beginning in West Bay. The current development plan, which is more than 25 years old and […]

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Police seize illegal gun, two men arrested

Police seize illegal gun, two men arrested

| 21/05/2024

(CNS): RCIPS officers have taken another illegal handgun off the streets after stopping and searching a car in George Town over the weekend. On Friday night, officers on targeted patrol “had cause to observe the movements of a silver Honda Fit”, according to the RCIPS. Later that night, around 2am on Saturday, they saw the […]

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