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Pedestrian tunnel flooding linked to faulty pumps

Drainage problems are making a new tunnel under the Esterley Tibbetts Highway difficult to use for pedestrians.

Hellcats tame the Wolves

With playoffs approaching, teams sought to solidify their place in the post-season on Saturday in Week 7 of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association Premier League.

Police marine unit, helicopter locate missing boat

The Joint Marine Unit and police helicopter launched a search Tuesday for a boat carrying four people, after family members lost contact with them.

Sharma named Cayman’s new solicitor general

The government has announced that Reshma Sharma is Cayman’s new solicitor general.

Caribbean Airlines set for Grand Cayman service

In the space of a week, two airlines have added to travellers’ options going to and from Cayman.

Kimpton adds Roatan to Caribbean properties

Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants announced Tuesday that it is expanding its Caribbean presence by adding a boutique resort on Roatan Island in Honduras.

Rotary Sunrise donates backpacks

The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise donated 30 backpacks filled with school supplies to students last week.

Iguana cull numbers approach 850,000

For the sixth week in a row, Grand Cayman’s green iguana cullers have turned in fewer than 10,000 iguanas to the George Town landfill.

Shamrock Road restrictions on Sunday

Traffic movement on Shamrock Road, near the intersection with Agricola Drive, will be restricted on Sunday as the Water Authority – Cayman carries out work.
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Community requests school donations

The Prospect Red Bay Community Group is sponsoring a back-to-school drive to assist the children and schools of that community in ensuring they have the supplies for a successful start of the school year.

Postal Service warns about hoax text message

The Cayman Islands Postal Service is warning residents to ignore a text message claiming to be about a promotion, with a Galaxy phone as the giveaway.
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Estera receives STEP Platinum Employer accreditation

Trust services provider Estera has received the STEP Platinum Partner Accreditation, the highest of three accreditation levels awarded under the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners’ Employer Partnership Programme.

Last 10% of port petition signatures to be verified

The Elections Office has verified 90% of the signatures needed to trigger a referendum on Cayman’s proposed cruise port.

Government reports on anti-money laundering progress

Working relationships between local and public sector agencies are growing stronger as a result of the work by Elisabeth Lees, the national coordinator for the Anti-Money Laundering Steering Group, government stated in a press release.

Lane closure at Island Heritage Roundabout

Motorists using the Island Heritage Roundabout on the Esterley Tibbetts Highway will not be able make a full circle around the roundabout this week, as upgrading work on the site continues.

CCMI invites marathon runners to help coral reefs

The Central Caribbean Marine Institute is inviting runners and walkers in this year’s Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon to help save local coral reefs.

DVDL inspection pit to close on Wednesdays

The Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing’s inspection pit at its Crewe Road location will be closed on Wednesdays for the foreseeable future, starting on 28 Aug.

St. Matthew’s donates to Cayman Heart Fund

St. Matthew’s University has donated funds raised from its CPR and basic life support classes to the Cayman Heart Fund.

Maples Group appoints new managing partner to its London law firm

Maples and Calder has appointed Heidi de Vries as managing partner of its London office. She will take office on 1 Dec., succeeding Paul Govier who is retiring from the firm. Until then, de Vries will assume the position of joint managing partner. 

CIMA takes control of broker OnetradeX

Cayman’s financial services regulator, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, took charge of local broker OnetradeX by appointing Kenneth Krys and Angela Barkhouse of Krys Global as controllers of the company.
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