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Three arrested in connection with drug-related illegal entry

Three males remain in custody after a five-day search for the individuals who entered Cayman waters illegally on 25 October. The males, ages 32, 42 and 43, were arrested Friday, 30 October, just after 11am in the West Bay area.  They currently remain in custody. The arrests are in connection …

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RCIPS vs Youth Football Action

RCIPS officers and participants of the At-Risk Youth programme at John Gray High School took the pitch on Friday to showcase their football skills as they faced off in a friendly football match at the Annex Mini Stadium, George Town. Friday’s scorching afternoon sun seemed to further fuel the competition …

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Turtle Farm hatch rate up amidst controversy

After featuring in news headlines for various controversies over the past few months, the Cayman Turtle Farm has announced a boost in its egg hatching rate, attributing the increase to improvements in the food given to breeders and other improvements. The commercial farming facility for Green sea turtles said 106 …

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Mugging on Mary Street

Police are now looking for a machete-wielding man who mugged a woman of her purse. Thursday 29 October, a woman was approached from behind by a man while she was walking along Mary Street in the vicinity of the Arch and Godfrey offices in George Town.  The man, who was …

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Two West Bay men arrested in burglary attempt

Two men are in custody after a homeowner returned to her residence during a burglary in progress on 29 October. According to the RCIPS, around 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, 29 October, police responded to the report of a burglary in pro gress. The complainant reported that upon entering her home, …

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Mental health highlighted

Local psychiatrist Dr Marc Lockhart spoke on Friday, 30 October at the Cayman Islands Healthcare Conference identifying where the Cayman Islands is in terms of the mental health needs in the community. He said that with instruments such as the World Health Organization Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems in the …

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Stingray Swim Club swims to success in Jamaica

After an excellent meet in Kingston, Jamaica last weekend, swimmers from the Stingray Swim Club triumphantly returned with an over-all team championship, 34 meet records, four high point award winners and a new CIASA Long Course Record. Stingray’s team of 25 swimmers competed competing against well-known Jamaican teams (Y-Speedos, Tornadoes …

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Paradise discovered: Bitter Plum

National Trust Bitter Plum is a plant species under the family Euphorbiaceae. The plant is a small tree found in the coastal limestones of Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and some of the Cayman and Bahama Islands. The Spurge family (Euphorbiaceae) is a large family of flowering plants with 300 genera and …

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Flow TV on the horizon

Flow announced Thursday the launch of Flow TV, an entertainment experience the company believes will offer value for money, more content that customers want to see and more options, including cloud recording and the soon to launch “Flow on the Go” on mobile devices that will allow customers to watch …

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25 kilos of cocaine discovered

Police destroyed 25 packages of what they say was a “white powdery substance resembling cocaine” Thursday morning. The stash was discovered by a member of the public along the shore in the Prospect Cemetery area. Uniform police responded and an extensive search was executed by the Joint Marine Unit and …

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