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Pillion rider injured in collision between car and motorbike

Pillion rider injured in collision between car and motorbike

| 14/10/2018 | 5 Comments
(CNS): A man who was riding pillion on a motorbike sustained minor injuries when the bike collided with a car at the junction of Agricola Drive and Shamrock Road in Bodden Town on Friday. Police said that he was transported to the Cayman Islands hospital for treatment, but the rider of the motorcycl [...]

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Cops on hunt for gunmen after GT shooting

Cops on hunt for gunmen after GT shooting

| 13/10/2018 | 9 Comments
(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has opened an investigation into a shooting on Sound Way in George Town Friday night in which one man was seriously wounded. Just before 8pm, armed police were called to the location and assessed the area as being safe before medics were able to attend [...]

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Elderly woman injured in domestic assault

Elderly woman injured in domestic assault

| 12/10/2018
(CNS): Police arrested a 33-year-old woman from West Bay on Friday on suspicion of assault GBH following an assault at a residence off Watercourse Road on Wednesday evening. Police said that an elderly woman was assaulted by someone known to her during an argument at the residence. She attended the [...]

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Cocaine destroyed after washing ashore in South Sound

Cocaine destroyed after washing ashore in South Sound

| 12/10/2018 | 28 Comments
(CNS): Police destroyed more than five kilos of cocaine on Friday. The RCIPS said the drugs had washed ashore in the vicinity of the South Sound dock. The haul had been reported to the police by members of the public who had discovered the five suspicious packages. After officers recovered the pac [...]

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ESO begins preparations for 2020 Census

ESO begins preparations for 2020 Census

| 12/10/2018 | 9 Comments
(CNS): The Economics and Statistics Office has begun its preparations for the next Cayman Islands census, which will be taken in 2020. Cabinet recently approved the planning process for the Cayman Islands’ 2020 Census of Population and Housing, and the Census Advisory Committee met for the first t [...]

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Cruise port causes ‘significant uncertainty’ for environment

Cruise port causes ‘significant uncertainty’ for environment

| 12/10/2018 | 73 Comments
(CNS): The damage to the Cayman Islands’ marine environment by the proposed cruise berthing development could be far worse than already suspected because of the “significant uncertainty” surrounding many aspects of the project, Department of Environment Director Gina Ebanks-Petrie [...]

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Golden Spoons Review: Full of Beans Café

Golden Spoons Review: Full of Beans Café

| 12/10/2018
(CNS Foodie): I found myself running errands in “town” this week and had a few minutes to meet up with a friend for an early lunch. Busy as we were, we decided the place needed to be quick and easy to get to, so we decided on Full of Beans Café. Strolling in around 11:30am […] [...]

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Prisoner hospitalised after setting cell on fire

Prisoner hospitalised after setting cell on fire

| 12/10/2018 | 4 Comments
(CNS): An inmate from HMP Northward was taken to hospital on Thursday, suffering from smoke inhalation after setting a small fire in his cell, which he was occupying alone. The fire was quickly extinguished by prison staff but emergency services were called, according a release from government. Pr [...]

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Distraught over neighbour’s barking dogs

Distraught over neighbour’s barking dogs

| 12/10/2018
I have had to listen to the excessive barking of my neighbour’s dogs for years now. I am not exaggerating when I say these dogs bark all day every day and all night every night and I have honestly come to the point where I cannot tolerate this any longer. I do not look forward […] [...]

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Cullers wanted for ‘Operation Green Iguana’

Cullers wanted for ‘Operation Green Iguana’

| 11/10/2018 | 89 Comments
(CNS): The nationwide cull to begin the eradication of the invasive green iguana will get underway this month and the Department of Environment is urging all potential cullers to come to the office and register every afternoon next week, starting Monday. The cull is open to all Caymanians over the a [...]

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Shareholders pave way for bank sale

Shareholders pave way for bank sale

| 11/10/2018 | 19 Comments
(CNS): Despite some dissenting voices, the majority of shareholders of Cayman National have voted to remove a restriction that prevented any single entity from owning more than 10% of the bank’s shares in order to pave the way for its sale to a regional financial corporation. Following a meeti [...]

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