Nearly 70 families were signed up to participate in a COVID-19 lateral flow testing programme on Saturday 16 Oct.
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A two-car collision on Saturday claimed the life of at least one person and sent another four to Cayman Islands Hospital, according to an RCIPS statement.
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The Cayman Islands welcomed its first international commercial passenger flight from the American market on Saturday 16 Oct., after closing its borders nearly 18 months ago.
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From $15 to $625 Cayman residents dipped into their pockets to raise funds to help send Sri Lankan chef Kasun Fernando, who died this week, back to his relatives in his native homeland.
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(CMR) Police are on the scene of a fatal motor vehicle accident that occurred shortly after 8:00 pm Saturday evening on South Church Street. The accident involved two vehicles with one deceased person, two critically injured, one with major injuries and also one being a minor child. The road remains closed at this time. CMR […]
(CMR) The Cayman Islands Regiment (CIR) is now recruiting new volunteers for its third cohort. The CIR is looking for physically able individuals between the ages of 18- 50 years old who are Caymanians or permanent residents of the Cayman Islands to join. Candidates are expected to complete the four-phase recruitment process. Phase one consists […]
(CMR) Lieutenant Theo Kelly from Bodden Town was one of the first to join the Cayman Islands Regiment when it was formed, and he now finds himself sailing with the Royal Navy, at sea, in the patrol ship HMS Medway as part of the UK’s Caribbean Task Group. He was deployed to the Task Group […]
(CMR) A man who hit two men with his car in West Bay on Thursday was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. Police reports are that at about 11:20 pm, 14 October, officers responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision with injuries at a residence on Elizabeth Street in West Bay. […]
(CMR) A 29-year-old-man of West Bay has been charged with two counts of possession of an imitation firearm with intent to commit an offense, contrary to the Firearms Act (2008 Revision), in relation to several shootings which happened earlier this week. According to the RCIPS, the charges relate to the Shedden Road and Canal Point […]
(CMR) Premier of the Cayman Islands Wayne Panton has expressed condolences to the family and friends of UK Member of Parliament Sir David Amess, who was killed on Friday. The member of the Conservative Party was stabbed several times in an incident at his constituency clinic in east London and died at the scene earlier […]
(CMR) British lawmaker David Amess was killed on Friday after being stabbed multiple times while meeting with his local constituents in Leigh-on-Sea, east of London. The pro-Brexit Conservative MP, 69, a father-of-five first elected to parliament in 1983, was attacked inside a church while holding a fortnightly consultation with his local constituents. A 25-year-old man […]
(CMR) Cayman Crosstalk on Rooster 101.9 has been canceled after 19 years on the airwaves. Today was the final day for the long-running morning talk showing according to host Chanda Glidden. The announcement, whilst not unexpected by many was made this morning without any prior notice. CMR was made aware that the platform was struggling from […]
Just before 8PM tonight, 16 October, police and other emergency services were dispatched by the 9-1-1 Communications Centre to a report of a two-vehicle collision on South Church Street in George Town. South Church Street will remain closed through the night pending further investigations.
At about 11:20PM yesterday, 14 October, officers responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision with injuries at a residence on Elizabeth Street in West Bay. It was reported that a Honda CR-V which had been at the location, had collided with two men who were seated outside the residence.
Shortly before 4:40PM on Friday, 8 October, officers responded to a report of a wounding at a business plaza on Bodden Town Road, east of Lake Destiny Drive. It was reported that at least two men were involved in an altercation which became physical, and one of the men stabbed another multiple times.
(CNS): Immigration and border control legislation passed in Parliament last week has been brought into force, which means that being vaccinated against COVID-19 is now one of the conditions for new and renewal applications for work permits as well as a number of residency applications. A vaccine verification certificate will now have to be added […]
(CNS): As more and more services, including those delivered by government, move online, a new awareness campaign is being launched to help the older generation stay safe online and avoid becoming a target of scammers. Given that the elderly are often deliberately targeted by cyber criminals, this year’s theme for Older Persons Month (October) is […]
(CNS): Premier Wayne Panton has said that government will be ready to set a specific opening date for when guests will be allowed into the Cayman Islands without having to quarantine next week. Despite calling a press briefing for what was billed as a number of announcements, the government has not yet set a proposed […]
(CNS): Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee revealed in today’s report that there were twelve positive cases from the community, including four children, as well as several adults unconnected to the schools. There were also four positive cases in travellers due to leave isolation. Since 8 September and the re-appearance of the virus in the […]
(CNS): Families currently in isolation in connection with outbreaks at the schools where no member of the household is positive for COVID-19 will be invited to take part in a pilot programme at the weekend. This will release those who are still negative from quarantine early based on daily home testing. Premier Wayne Panton explained […]
(CNS): The Cayman Islands Coast Guard has confirmed that the body pulled from the North Sound yesterday was Kasun Tharuka Madushanka Fernando (32), who had fallen overboard from a party boat on Monday night. According to his social media accounts, Fernando, who is from Sri Lanka, had been working as a chef at the Westin […]
April Cummings from Cayman Life and Patrick Brendel from Cayman Current discuss the decision to move up the mid-term break in Government schools. A shout out to the Cayman First Classroom of the Month – it’s Red Bay Primary and… a bit of a sponsor shout out! #caymancurrent #caymanlifetv #educationky #classroomofthemonth
Learning for the future – that’s the focal point of our Cayman First Classroom of the Month featuring Red Bay Primary. Primary Teacher Allison Copeland and her students know they aren’t learning for grades today, but developing themselves for the life they’ll have decades from now. #classroomofthemonth #communityfirst #caymanfirst #caymanlife #caymanlifetv
Another positive for Covid 19 – this time, a year 6 student at Prospect Primary. April Cummings at Cayman Life TV and Patrick Brendel at Cayman Current discuss this, how Cayman can engender confidence in its communication about Covid and schools PLUS a review of enrolment in local schools. #caymancurrent #caymanlifetv #educationky
This week on EDBEAT – the Cayman Islands announces new regulations for everyone – after two recent clusters of local transmission of Covid – one at a local primary school. April and Patrick break it down. #caymanlifetv #caymancurrent #edbeat #educationky
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