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TURBULENT TIMES AHEAD BUT CAYMAN KEEPS HOPE ALIVE
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TURBULENT TIMES AHEAD BUT CAYMAN KEEPS HOPE ALIVE

The full scale of the economic challenge facing the Cayman Islands has been laid out. Pledging that the government is committed to presenting "the unvarnished truth", Hon. Minister of Finance Roy McTaggart said it was “disheartening for me to relay such bad...

29 May, 2020

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29 May, 2020

Austin Harris’s Prospect Bond

Prospect MLA Austin Harris regularly makes the rounds of his constituency with calls and visits, however since the onset of the COVID19 Pandemic, he has been seen making regular deliveries of Food Vouchers to the elderly and families in need.

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Local organisations collaborate on Covid-19 support concert

A great big concert, featuring head lining singers and musicians from all around...

29 May, 2020

Bus Shelters Post COVID-19 Messages

Boosted by a recent partnership among Rotary Central, local businesses and the Ca...

29 May, 2020

Government

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29 May, 2020

Post Office Advises Mail May be Inbound by Courier

The Cayman Islands Postal Service (CIPS) advises customers that throughout the month of April, some mail normally received by CIPS was instead sent to the Islands via courier.

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LIQUOR LICENSING BOARD QUARTERLY MEETING - JUNE 26, 2020

The Chairman of the Liquor Licensing Board advises the public of the Liquor Licen...

29 May, 2020

Employers Urged to Notify WORC of Cancelled Permits

Workforce Opportunities and Residency Cayman (WORC) would like to remind employer...

27 May, 2020

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Community

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29 May, 2020

Community Notice: Registration of New-borns Must Be Done by Appointmen...

General Registry is adopting interim measures to assist members of the public register new-born babies during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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NCVO needs your help to raise CI$1.6 million

Providing direct and essential services for many vulnerable children and families...

27 May, 2020

Community Notice: Savannah Post Office Reopens

Savannah Post Office reopens this week for residents of the eastern districts on...

27 May, 2020

Law Enforcement

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27 May, 2020

Drug Canoe lands at Spotts Beach

Just after 5AM on Thursday, 21 May, police officers were on patrol when they came upon a canoe in the Spotts Beach area of Shamrock Road. A search of the location was conducted and several packages were located and seized by police.

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West Bay Man Charged with Robbery

A 27-year-old-man of West Bay was charged with Robbery, Assault ABH and Common As...

27 May, 2020

George Town Man Charged in Relation to Two Burglary Incidents

A 43-year-old-man of George Town has been charged with Burglary, Theft, Damage to...

27 May, 2020

International

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27 May, 2020

UK shops desperate to reopen

All non-essential retailers will be able to reopen in England from 15 June, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced, as part of plans to further ease the lockdown.

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Canada may get 10 days sick leave

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his government intends to give all workers a m...

27 May, 2020

Venezuela oil relief from Iran

Venezuelan authorities celebrated on Monday as the first of five Iranian tankers...

27 May, 2020

Regional

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29 May, 2020

Holness: I’ll impose lockdown again

Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness has warned that he is prepared to re-impose tough measures to contain COVID-19 if the country's numbers begin to rise. Jamaica had 564 confirmed cases on Tuesday which included eight new cases.

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Chastanet is cautious to open economy

The St Lucia government has defended its decision to seek a four-month extension...

29 May, 2020

Bahamas may be first to resume cruises

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line plans to resume operations that could make it the fi...

29 May, 2020

Sports

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29 May, 2020

Young Caymanian promotes global “good news”

Young football players and young journalists have teamed up around the globe to bring some good news to the world in a multicultural online broadcast, as a pleasing interlude from the doom and gloom news that Covid-19 has brought.

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