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13 Dec/2017

Suspects rounded up in face of burglary spike

(CNS): The RCIPS has seen a significant increase in burglaries recently, with 24 break-ins reported on Grand Cayman since the beginning of this month, most of them in Bodden Town and West Bay. While the burglaries in West Bay were largely opportunistic, as a result of open doors and windows, a number of  break-ins in […]
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11 Dec/2017

UK border bosses seconded to Cayman

(CNS): Colin Brown, the head of the UK Border Force National Targeting Centre, and Phil Bostock, a commander in the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), will be arriving in Cayman in January to begin a secondment here to oversee changes to local border protection and search and rescue services. Brown, who will be here […]
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11 Dec/2017

Customs adds on an hour for Christmas crush

(CNS): The Customs Department will be open for an extra hour most days over the two weeks to allow pick up of packages before Christmas. From today until Friday, 22 December, the Collections Office will close at 5:00pm instead of the usual closing time of 4:00pm but it will close at noon on Saturday, 16 December. […]
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11 Dec/2017

Hazard boss steps down after 36 years of service

(CNS): The director of Hazard Management Cayman Islands, McCleary Frederick, has retired from the civil service after more than 36 years working in government, having started as a trainee draughtsman in the Public Works Department (PWD) in 1981. After working his way up in the department, he moved to planning, before joining the Portfolio of...
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08 Dec/2017

English test backlog stops seasonal workers

(CNS) UPDATED MONDAY: The Department of Immigration has confirmed that as it does all it can to address a backlog of applications for English tests for overseas workers, those needed for Christmas work, especially in the tourism sector that have a permit, have 30 days before they must fill their obligation to complete the language […]
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07 Dec/2017

Teenage repeat runaway back home

(CNS) UPDATED Monday, 11 December: Police say that Motesha Mothen (14) has returned home and is in good health. Mothen, a resident of the Francis Bodden Girls Home, was was reported missing last week for the third time in two weeks. Moteshia Mothen has a long history of running away from the home. She had […]
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06 Dec/2017

Cayman Crime Stoppers relaunches, seeks new funding

(CNS): Cayman Crime Stoppers is planning a major relaunch to help raise funds and is looking for corporate sponsors to help boost the fight against crime, the local anti-crime, non-profit organisation said. The Cayman Islands branch was formed almost 25 years ago, and its Miami-based anonymous tip line has helped the RCIPS in several cases,...
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06 Dec/2017

Over 600 people sign-on for NiCE clean-up

(CNS): Around six hundred people have signed up to take part in government’s island-wide Christmas clean-up, known as the National Community Enhancement Programme, or NiCE, officials have confirmed. Although unemployment numbers have dropped and the largest demographic of those out of work is people under 35, the project attracted hundreds...
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