Archive for January 28th, 2020

Red Cross shelter opening tonight

Red Cross shelter opening tonight

| 28/01/2020 | 0 Comments

The Cayman Islands Red Cross will be opening its shelter (Huldah Avenue)  at 7pm tonight to provide a safe space to the community in light of today’s earthquakes. Anyone with questions can contact the Red Cross Disaster Manager, Eddie Tinling-Miller on 326-7741.

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Gov’t schools closed Wednesday

Gov’t schools closed Wednesday

| 28/01/2020 | 0 Comments

All government schools will remain closed until a thorough assessment has been conducted on school buildings to ensure structural integrity in the wake of Tuesday’s earthquake. The Department of Education Services (DES) confirms that following the effects of the 7.7 magnitude earthquake felt at approximately 2:10pm, followed by tsunami warnings from Hazard Management Cayman islands […]

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WA asks customers to report sewage issues

WA asks customers to report sewage issues

| 28/01/2020 | 0 Comments

Water Authority customers are advised to call its emergency line 946-HELP (946-4357), to report any wastewater issue along the West Bay Beach Sewerage System. Members of the public with septic tanks or onsite wastewater systems are advised to contact their sewerage specialist to inspect their systems for any damages and necessary repairs. Please note that […]

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No CAL flights cancelled after earthquake

No CAL flights cancelled after earthquake

| 28/01/2020 | 0 Comments

Following the confirmation of a strong earthquake felt in the Cayman Islands today, Tuesday, Cayman Airways is advising the public that all non-essential services have been suspended for the day.

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CIG issues special Coat of Arms money

CIG issues special Coat of Arms money

| 28/01/2020 | 1 Comment

(CNS): Government has splashed out on printing a new $1 commemorative banknote to mark last year’s 60th anniversary of the Cayman Islands’ first written Constitution. The new note was unveiled at the National Heroes Day celebrations on Monday and is expected to be circulated for use on Tuesday. A modified version of the current ‘D’ […]

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