Statement from the Leader of the Opposition this morning in Parliament regarding the shooting incident at Ed Bush Field:
“On behalf of the Opposition I thank the Premier for the statement she just delivered. Everyone is saddened and we are all deeply concerned with regard to the events that unfolded last night.
I just wish to assure her, her government and the people of the Cayman Islands, that we share those concerns and that we support all the efforts that will be expended to ensure that we bring this matter to conclusion and the right people are soon brought to justice and that minds and feelings can be calmed and a state of calm can be returned to our three Islands.” ... See MoreSee Less
But what are we doing to prevent more of this from happening, that's what really matters....
Its UNFORTUNATE that the Air Support Unit is severly underfunded,, which leads to its inability to properly patrol our jurisdiction.
Words are words there is no real action taken place as far as I can see! The RCIPS were aware of a gang problem going on an did not and have not put strategies in place to resolve it now they want to arm more police to drive up an down in WB which is gonna cause shoot outs in WB between gangs and police ... Smho 🤦♀️ There are stretegic ways to deal with this none of it is being used with the technology we have today it's sad 😔 that they do not think out the box to resolve these things until after it happens! They have an idea who they are and this is the second incident in like two weeks in the same vacinity! The first one was a warning from these trigger happy fools! We the people are sick of words that serve no purpose or go no where it's action the people need to see and familys, children should be safe at a football game for God's sake stop talking start acting with intelligence and strategies!
Bring back the death penalty
This will stop the criminals
None of you can find the money to make the CCTV useful???? Stop getting all those useless reports and focus on what Caymanians need! How about MP reduce your salaries the amount it would cost to make the CCTV operational annually… the greedy bunch would do something for Cayman then!
🚗 Parking locations for the 55th Agriculture Show's Park N' Ride service have been CONFIRMED! Get ready to park hassle-free and enjoy the festivities! Here are the locations: 🌟 📍 Spotts Dock 📍 Open lot at Jayson Ave. & Shamrock Rd. 📍 Seventh Day Adventist Church - Savannah 📍 Haig Bodden Sports Complex, Bodden Town 🌾 Avoid the stress of parking and take advantage of our convenient Park and Ride options! 🎉 The Agriculture Show is this Ash Wednesday, 14 February at the Stacey Watler Agriculture Pavilion from7am to 6pm. 🚜 Admission is only $10 for adults and $5 for kids. Children 2 and younger and seniors 65+ are free! #AgShow55 #ParkandRide #ConvenientParking #ashwednesday#ciagriculturalsociety ... See MoreSee Less
The Department has extended the deadline for the livestock entries for the 2024 55th Agriculture Show, to give farmers who may have missed the initial deadline a chance to participate.
We encourage all farmers to take advantage of this extension and submit their entries on Monday, February 12, 2024 by 10:00AM to secure a spot in the show.
Please complete all the fields on the form. Incomplete forms will not be accepted. Pen slots are limited, and will be organized on first come first served basis. Kindly remember 4 animals per category per farmer.
To receive or email the form, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The current state of the Cayman Islands' tourism industry is extremely worrying. For months, we've been highlighting the inaction and complacency by successive PACT/UPM Premiers and the Minister of Tourism.
Despite previous assurances of a full recovery by year-end, recent figures show that once again there is a significant shortfall in both stayover and cruise visitor numbers for 2023 compared to 2019. Meanwhile our competitors have returned or surpassed pre-pandemic arrivals. We are being left behind.
It's time for innovative strategies and collaborative efforts to rejuvenate tourism, focus on sustainable tourist products and ensure the industry's future prosperity.
Caymanian tourism workers and businesses need to get back to a full recovery, not get mere promises from the Tourism Minister.