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Tuesday, Oct 22, 2019
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Police crack down on drunk driving after brunch
Those looking to sip a few bubbles at Sunday brunch, beware – police say they’re cracking down on motorists who have had too many mimosas.
‘Inspire’ summit urges collaboration over competitiveness among women
Women are making strides in the male-dominated financial industry, but those within the industry believe more progress can be made through greater collaboration among women pursuing careers in financial fields.
Underwater trip to raise awareness
With over 20 acres of pristine coral reef and two historic shipwrecks in the direct line of fire from the proposed cruise berthing facility in George Town, a number of local environmental campaign groups have come together to organise an...
EY Connect Day supports two local non-profits. Employees from EY Cayman Ltd. joined over 23,000 volunteers from EY in the Americas for EY Connect Day, an annual day of service in their local communities.
Cadet Corps leader eager to see new regiment
The head of the Cayman Islands Cadet Corps said she thinks the proposed military regiment for Cayman, announced on Friday, will benefit the corps and the nation
Police warn of WhatsApp hoax
A fake WhatsApp message is circulating in Cayman, purportedly warning people that robbers are calling to residents’ homes, presenting fake IDs and pretending to be involved in census-taking.
Work to begin on capping unsightly landfill
Work to cap and cover Mount Trashmore – Grand Cayman’s infamous landfill site – will begin early next year, according to a joint statement from government and the Dart group.
Traffic Advisory: RCIPS Warns Motorists about Poor Driving Habits
The RCIPS has received numerous complaints of motorists who have been driving in an inconsiderate manner on the roadway, and in doing so, violating a number of traffic laws and road code rules. As such, we would like to highlight these b...
Revealed: Farage’s Brexit Party chairman facing questions over offshore tax haven links
Brexit ‘Bad Boy’ Richard Tice says he doesn’t know who’s behind offshore firms that own a large stake in his family business – MEP calls for ‘urgent’ action.
Study: Hurricanes Irma & Maria resulted in hundreds of deaths
A new study published by the American Journal of Public Health has drastically increased the death toll resulting from Hurricanes Irma and Maria in the territory as reported by the United States Virgin Islands Government, which, as of to...
Cayman among the least family friendly countries
The Cayman Islands ranks among the least ‘family friendly’ of the world’s richest countries when it comes to parental leave.
Two Caymanian lawyers called to the Bar
Veta Rockett and Tara Thompson completed their articles of clerkship with Maples and Calder in September and were admitted as attorneys-at-law in the Cayman Islands by Justice Robert McMillan.
The Laundromat: The Panama Papers Movie with Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman
The film is based on the book “The Secrecy World” by Jake Bernstein, senior reporter on the team that broke the Off Shore Corporate (money laundering, hiding, tax evasion) services, started in panama and inherited after the arrest of Man...
Verdant Isle to host port project job fair
The Verdant Isle consortium is set to host a job fair at the end of this month to lay the groundwork for its workforce for the proposed $200 million cruise berthing and cargo dock.
MRCU to work on dengue mosquito eradication strategy
A new comprehensive strategy to eradicate Cayman’s Aedes aegypti mosquito population, which transmits dengue and chikungunya, is expected to launch next year, according to the head of the Mosquito Research and Control Unit.
Offshore lawyers Mossack Fonseca sue Laundromat filmmakers
The partners of beleaguered law firm Mossack Fonseca are suing the makers of the movie The Laundromat, which is based on the Panama Papers scandal, claiming the film paints them as villains at the centre of a web of illegal offshore acti...
Plans for new West Bay police station to head to Cabinet
A new station for the district has been on the cards for some time. So far, a 2.7-acre plot of land have been cleared at the proposed site for the station along Batabano Road.
MLA Bryan pushing for voter survey
Member of the Legislative Assembly Kenneth Bryan said during a press conference on Thursday that the upcoming cruise port referendum is a unique opportunity for gauging public opinion on other topics.
Instructors share knowledge on training disabled divers
A group of scuba instructors who focus on teaching disabled people to dive were in Cayman this week, sharing information on the specialized avenue of the sport and the techniques they use.
The Rotary Club of Cayman Brac hosted a family fun day
The Rotary Club of Cayman Brac hosted a family fun day on Saturday, 12 Oct. at Scott’s Dock. Featuring a ‘101 Dalmatians’-themed bouncy castle, frisbee and ball games, and hotly contested three-legged races, among a host of other activit...
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