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18 Jan/2019

Activists urge people to join in ‘Vision Day’

(CNS): Activists who are organising the ‘Cayman 2020 – Visualising Our Future’ town hall community event tomorrow, Saturday 19 January, from noon until 4:00pm at the South Sound Community Centre are urging people to come out and meet with the organisers, speakers and community groups help shape ideas for the future of Cayman. The National...
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18 Jan/2019

Postmortem confirms toddler drowned in EE tragedy

(CNS): Following a postmortem examination of a 22-month-old child, which confirmed that she drowned in a tragic incident in East End earlier this month, the police said there were no suspicious circumstances at this time but noted that the investigation into this matter has not yet concluded. On the evening of Friday, 4 January, police went...
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17 Jan/2019

Lack of lawyers and space fuel crime case backlog

(CNS): The backlog of criminal indictments carried over from 2018 into this year is the largest ever, Chief Justice Anthony Smellie told the Cayman Islands legal profession Wednesday at the annual opening of the Grand Court. Cases are not being disposed of due to shortages of both space and defence lawyers willing to take on […]
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16 Jan/2019

Eight Cubans begin hunger strike

(CNS): A group of eight Cuban migrants being held at the Immigration Detention Centre who landed in the Cayman Islands in September have begun a hunger strike to protest the immigration process, how their asylum claims are being handled, their access to bi-lingual attorneys and restricted access to communications. CNS understands that the asylum...
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16 Jan/2019

New plan proposes CPA decide coastal works

(CNS): A National Planning Framework to underpin what will be become the new development plan for Grand Cayman, which is currently going through public consultation, is proposing that the Central Planning Authority, rather than Cabinet, makes decisions about development below the high-water mark, such as docks, sea walls, dredging and moorings....
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14 Jan/2019

BT resident drowns in waters at Breakers

(CNS): A 57-year-old Filipino man who was resident in Bodden Town died Sunday after swimming in the sea off Bodden Town yesterday (Sunday, 13 January). The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service said the 911 Communication Centre dispatched police and other emergency services in response to call about the incident. The man had been part of a...
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11 Jan/2019

Million dollar boardwalk crushed by truck again

(CNS): For the second time in a matter of months, the costly boardwalk installed by government along the waterfront in South Sound has been crushed. The $1.3 million walkway has not even been formally opened yet but it has now been damaged twice by trucks. CNS understands that on this occasion the boardwalk was crushed by […]
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10 Jan/2019

Starfish Point public loos get OK from CPA

(CNS): The Central Planning Authority has approved an application by government to install public restrooms and a parking area at the small public beach at Starfish Point in Cayman Kai, despite objections from wealthy landowners in the area. The objectors had called in some of Cayman’s leading and pricey lawyers to help them in the fight...
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09 Jan/2019

DCI investigates pop-up beach rental

(CNS): Following a report on CNS Tuesday that a new sun lounge and umbrella beach rental had popped up on Boggy Sand Beach this week, the Department of Commerce and Investment has confirmed that it is investigating whether or not the business is legal. In addition to questions sent by CNS to various officials about […]
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