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Blake’s cloud, CIFA’s shame

Blake’s cloud, CIFA’s shame

| 10/02/2016 | 7 Comments

101 writes: Entrenched. Stubborn. Dedicated. Confused. We are not sure which of these words best describes Bruce Blake right now. If we are to believe what he wants us to, Blake, the acting president of CIFA, is simply a man dedicated to the development of football in this country, who was not only unaware of the corrupt […]

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Sex offender strikes again in George Town

Sex offender strikes again in George Town

| 09/02/2016 | 12 Comments

(CNS): Police are stepping up patrols and initiating other security measures after a third woman reported being sexually assaulted while exercising in the Walkers Road area of George Town. The latest attack, the third in less than two weeks, happened near Webster’s Drive at around 6:00 yesterday morning. The victim said the man ran off towards Antoinette […]

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Chamber fumes quietly over Rivers’ comments

Chamber fumes quietly over Rivers’ comments

| 10/02/2016

(CNS Business): Stuck between a desire to rail against criticisms levelled at it by the employment minister and a wish to show its willingness to cooperate with government, the Chamber of Commerce responded with a short public statement Tuesday. “In order to keep the focus on moving forward, the Chamber will state only that it is concerned […]

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Sir Richard Branson talks eco-tourism with Guy Harvey

Sir Richard Branson talks eco-tourism with Guy Harvey

| 10/02/2016

(CNS Business): Efforts by renowned ocean conservationists, Sir Richard Branson and Guy Harvey, to stimulate eco-tourism in the Caribbean are taking off in a big way and making a difference, protecting tiger sharks and whale sharks across the region. These projects, among others, were highlighted last week in a special ‘one-on-one’ interview at the Cayman Alternative […]

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Royal Navy crew plans exercise with RCIPS

Royal Navy crew plans exercise with RCIPS

| 09/02/2016 | 6 Comments

(CNS): A British Royal Navy vessel that is currently patrolling the Atlantic, offering support and standby assistance to UK territories as well as watching out for drug traffickers, will be visiting Grand Cayman this month. The crew from HMS Mersey, one of four Royal Navy River Class Offshore Patrol vessels, will conduct an exercise with […]

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Eligible voters urged to register at Ag show

Eligible voters urged to register at Ag show

| 09/02/2016 | 8 Comments

(CNS): With more than four thousand people in the Cayman Islands entitled to vote but still not registered to do so, the supervisor of elections is urging potential voters to sign up at this year’s Agriculture Show on Wednesday. Given the recent political turmoil on the government benches and the PPM’s reduced majority after three MLAs […]

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Canadian suspects charged in ATM fraud

Canadian suspects charged in ATM fraud

| 08/02/2016 | 19 Comments

(CNS): Two Canadian men have been charged with ATM fraud. Police said the Financial Crime Unit received a report from a local bank about suspicious cards that had been retained by one of its cash machines. The FCU began an investigation that led to the arrest of two men at a local hotel where they were staying. […]

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Cops recover casings following shots in GT

Cops recover casings following shots in GT

| 08/02/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Police recovered three spent shell casings from the scene of reported gun fire in the capital during the early hours of Monday morning. The RCIPS said that just after 2am on 8 February, scenes of crime officers who were called out after the gunshots were reported in the School House Road area of George […]

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Police hunt for school construction site thieves

Police hunt for school construction site thieves

| 08/02/2016 | 8 Comments

(CNS): The police are on the lookout for three men who ran away from the John Gray High School construction site on Saturday after they were approached by security personnel. Police said they received a report of a burglary at around 3pm on 6 February after security staff saw the men behind the school compound off Walkers Road. When […]

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