The Water Authority is advising customers along Elgin Avenue, between Cricket Square and the Hospital Road intersection, to expect service interruption this Sunday.
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CIFA says it's unaware of any players having tested positive for COVID-19 and it will be providing free testing for players through 10 July.
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In his latest update on COVID-19 results, Medical Officer for Health Dr. Samuel Williams-Rodriguez stated today that there are no positive results among 310 tests carried out in the past 24 hours.
(CMR) At about 9:45 pm an armed robbery occurred at a 24-hour mini-mart at the Trilogy Building on Mary Street in George Town. Two armed men brandished a gun as they took a quantity of cash from the shop. No injuries were reported and police are now at the scene investigating the matter. This is […]
(CMR) Glee actress Naya Rivera (33) is presumed dead after her four-year-old son was found asleep on a boat in a lake in Southern California yesterday. The authorities confirmed Thursday that the missing person search has now turned into a recovery mission. Rivera had taken her only son out on a rental boat to Lake Piru […]
(CMR) The Cayman Islands National Weather Service (CINWS) on Thursday (June 9) issued a revised 2020 Hurricane Season prediction. CINWS said the update was necessary as one of the sources the service uses, namely the Colorado State University, had adjusted their prediction to reflect an increase in named storms. The Colorado State University predicts a […]
(CMR) Governor Martyn Roper said that there would be a second flight departing Grand Cayman to Manila, Philippines on July 28, 2020. He made the announcement on his Facebook page late Wednesday (July 8) noting that the flight is open to members of the Filipino community only. Roper further shared that a second flight to […]
(CMR)A Jamaican teen was arrested on Monday (July 6) after she fleeced a woman out of J$20,000 for the sale of a lace wig. Nineteen-year-old Jodene Williams is accused of advertising online that she was a seller and distributor of lace wigs. Reports are that Williams lured a woman to believe she sells lace wigs […]
(CMR) According to the Johns Hopkins University tally, the United States on Wednesday (July 8) surpassed the three million mark in confirmed coronavirus cases. The university tracker revealed that the US has 3,016,515 COVID-19 cases and has recorded 131,666 deaths, the most, so far, confirmed by any nation. What’s more, is that labs in the US […]
(CMR) Given the reduction in the Government’s COVID-19 pandemic suppression levels, the district health clinics of the Health Services Authority (HSA) have changed their opening hours to the following times: West Bay Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM Wednesday 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM Saturday 8:30 AM – 12:00 Noon Bodden […]
(CMR) A woman died on Wednesday (July 8) after she tried to escape from the isolation ward at the National Chest Hospital. The Jamaica Constabulary Force’ s Communication Unit (CCU), though confirming the incident, noted that they had no information available. Information gleaned from a hospital worker is that the woman was trying to escape […]
Over this past weekend, 3-6 July, the RCIPS has encountered several instances of patrons and staff at liquor licensed establishments breaching the Prevention, Control and Suppression of COVID-19 Regulations that are currently in place.
(CNS): COVID-19 test results from the latest batch of 210 samples were all negative, Medical Officer for Health Dr Samuel Williams-Rodriguez reported Thursday. It has now been seven days since the test screening programme turned up any positive results. During that time public health personnel have carried out 1,671 PCR tests, which have all been […]
(CNS): The Cayman Islands Development Bank is offering 1% interest loans with “excellent terms and conditions” to small businesses as part of the government’s economic recovery package. However, borrowers will still need to provide an acceptable form of “security to be held as collateral for the loan”, the bank’s CEO and director, Tracy Ebanks, told […]
(CNS): Experts from the University of Colorado have released their revised prediction for this hurricane season, adding another named storm to what they believe will be an active period in the Atlantic. The world renowned hurricane forecasters said that current cool neutral ENSO conditions may transition to weak La Niña conditions later this summer. That, […]
(CNS) The question of potential quarantine breaches has been a persistent public concern since government closed Cayman’s borders and introduced a mandated 14-day quarantine for all returning residents in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. But allegations that some, especially those arriving on private charters, have avoided the government isolation have not been substantiated. Officials […]
(CNS): The minister responsible for lands has convinced MLA Anthony Eden that the Public Lands Commission is working to protect beach access rights and his private member’s motion on the matter is not needed. Despite the ongoing court battle over the government’s failure to register access rights and the day to day challenge for locals […]
(CNS): Activists from the Cruise Port Referendum campaign have said that their successful petition asking for a people’s referendum on the proposal to construct cruise berthing facilities in George Town was never specific to any project. Responding to the premier’s comments that his administration will not hold a referendum this term, the CPR said the […]
Much to my delight, the Market at the Cricket Grounds hosted a very cool event celebrating this year’s bumper crop of mangoes. You won’t believe all of the incredible products that can come from mangoes and this event helped showcase everything from shakes to marshmallows to skin care products. Pretty Cool!! All photos are courtesy […]
Cayman Brac, if you don’t already know, is home to some of the Cayman Islands most skilled masters of debate and persuasion. On this edition of Classroom of the Month, we take you back to their most recent demonstration of those skill – shot pre-Covid 19 – and celebrate their talent. We know we’ll be […]
Let’s start with setting expectations – my iPhone photography skills aren’t exactly stellar so they don’t come close to showing just how delightful the decor is in this Seven Mile Beach condominium for sale by Coldwell Banker Cayman Islands Realty. CBCIR is a member of CIREBA, the Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers Association. When I […]
It all happened really fast. One day, the administration and staff were discussing theoretical options for a Covid 19 all distance program and the next, they were implementing one. Here is how its working from the perspective of students and teacher. Congratulations Hope Academy our Cayman First Classroom of the Month. #firstclass #hope #caymanlifetv #caymanfirst
Before Covid 19, the hospitality industry in Cayman was booming. When the novel coronavirus swept across the across the world – borders closed and the tourism industry here felt the blow. When will we recover? Here’s what we think. Having been around these islands for a while, Cayman offers something special for visitors. It always […]