Archive for February 3rd, 2015

Local inequality subject of CEO panel debate

Local inequality subject of CEO panel debate

| 03/02/2015 | 5 Comments
(CNS): Walkers’ Global Managing Partner, Ingrid Pierce; the premier’s senior political advisor, Roy Tatum; local businessman and author, Paul Byles; and consultant Tom McCallum will be discussing the widening inequality gap this week at the annual Cayman Economic Outlook conference. The prem [...]

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Ebanks gets extra 20 years in jail

Ebanks gets extra 20 years in jail

| 03/02/2015 | 2 Comments
(CNS): Leonard Antonio Ebanks was handed a twenty year consecutive prison term on top of his existing life sentence Tuesday for his part in the murder of Swiss banker, Frederick Bise. In his sentencing ruling Justice Charles Quin made it clear that he was imposing the twenty year term following Eban [...]

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Watson’s PA charged with fraud

Watson’s PA charged with fraud

| 03/02/2015
(CNS): A woman who was charged by the RCIPS Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) on Monday evening with fraud and money laundering appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday morning before chief magistrate Nova Hall, when the charges against her were transmitted to the Grand Court due to the corruption offence. Mi [...]

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More calls to decriminalise ganja

More calls to decriminalise ganja

| 03/02/2015 | 27 Comments
(CNS): As the police commissioner calls for the consumption and possession of small amounts of ganja to be decriminalised, a local youth activist has also offered support to the idea as a way to remove barriers to employment for many young people. Bonnie Anglin said that Youth ACT supports the decri [...]

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Officials block help to Cuban migrants

Officials block help to Cuban migrants

| 03/02/2015 | 17 Comments
(CNS): Attempts by local residents to provide fuel and water to a group of 29 Cuban refugees in a makeshift vessel was prevented by the police and officials, according to reports from witnesses at the scene in East End last week. During January more than 77 migrants passed through local waters accor [...]

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