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05 Aug/2021

All stipend recipients must register with WORC

(CNS): Tourism Minister Kenneth Bryan has announced a mandatory requirement for everyone receiving the tourism stipend to register by 16 August on the government job portal, JobsCayman, operated by Workforce Opportunities and Residency Cayman (WORC). This is so that tourism workers can be matched to the jobs that will be rolled out over the...
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05 Aug/2021

Developers defend projects facing public backlash

(CNS): Local residents challenging the pace of development are no longer just committed environmental activists but increasingly include Caymanians who have been marginalized by projects that undermine the culture and heritage of these islands, but some developers are standing by their plans, despite the controversy they are causing. Matthew...
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04 Aug/2021

Cayman Regiment spends $380k on used trucks

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Regiment said it has saved over $600,000 by purchasing used trucks and other vehicles for that will be used in various emergency situations as well as deploying the part-time soldiers. The regiment has spent $379,869 on two MAN HX60 4×4 Drop Side Cargos, a 4×4 HX60 crane truck, two Mercedes Unimog […]
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03 Aug/2021

Wray records personal best in Olympic debut

(CNS): Shalysa Wray clocked a personal best outdoor time of 53.61 in the women’s 400m heats in Tokyo on Monday, as she made her Olympic debut. Wray was the first Caymanian to run in this event in the Olympics and she met her goal for the Games of running a PB. But given the field […]
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03 Aug/2021

Pride is not that black and white

Billie “Bee” Bryan writes: “Baby steps.” Those are the words so many have tried to placate me with whenever I’m enquired about my response to “Cayman Gay Pride”. As if to suggest that any action taken to uplift LGBTQIA+ people in the Cayman Islands is without scrutiny and that the event was “at least” a […]
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03 Aug/2021

RCIPS officer retires after four decades of service

(CNS): Inspector Courtney Myles is finally hanging up his baton and boots after serving the RCIPS over the last four decades. Myles did not have far to go when he he passed the police exam and joined the police force in 1979 at just 17 years old as he grew up just three hundred yards […]
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02 Aug/2021

Fears about 7MB rise as more beach erodes

(CNS): The worsening erosion of the southern end of Seven Mile Beach is fuelling further public concern about the future of Cayman’s world famous beach and this critical tourism attraction. Earlier worries about the erosion caused by years of coastal development too close to the water, especially when sea levels are rising due to climate...
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02 Aug/2021

Bronchitis brings down Cayman sprinter

(CNS) Three-time Cayman Islands Olympian Kemar Hyman was disappointed at the weekend with his race in the 100m in Tokyo after missing out on qualifying for the semi-finals, largely due to a bout of bronchitis. Hyman said he did not run his best race Saturday, clocking 10:41, after becoming ill a few days ago. He […]
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02 Aug/2021

Overturned truck closes Rum Point Road

(CNS): Police closed Rum Point Road in North Side near the Cayman Kai Public Beach on Monday morning after a truck veered off the road and overturned. While the driver was taken to hospital to be checked out, emergency services worked to remove the dump truck but had to close the road. With no alternative […]
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