Archive for March 12th, 2015

Video Report: Popular GT restaurant closing down

Video Report: Popular GT restaurant closing down

| 12/03/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): After more than a decade of serving the people of the Cayman Islands and tourists from all over the world, Breezes By the Bay restaurant will close its doors on 3 April. Breezes has been a landmark for the George Town waterfront for the past 12 years. However, the Tropical Trader Restaurant Group has […]

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QC: Witness a ‘ratty corrupt liar’

QC: Witness a ‘ratty corrupt liar’

| 12/03/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The attorney representing David Tamasa (33) from West Bay said the crown witness accusing his client of being the mastermind behind the Cayman National Bank heist in June 2012 was a “discredited, totally corrupt and ratty witness”. James Curtis QC said that, on any view, Marlon Dillon, a twice convicted armed robber — in contrast to his […]

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Ex-politician and beauty queen put on wigs and gowns

Ex-politician and beauty queen put on wigs and gowns

| 12/03/2015 | 11 Comments

(CNS): It was standing room only in the Grand Court Thursday morning when the former West Bay MLA and UDP member, Cline Glidden, as well as former Miss Cayman, Nicosia Lawson, were called to the bar. Both novice lawyers were presented to the court by James Bergstrom of Ogier, where the two did their articles. 

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Warning issued over ‘risky’ pavement signs

Warning issued over ‘risky’ pavement signs

| 12/03/2015 | 19 Comments

(CNS): Too many sandwich boards and other signs are cluttering up the pavement, officials from the National Roads Authority (NRA) have said and are warning the owners to remove them before the end of this month. The NRA said the private signs on the sidewalks are a dangerous hazard to people, as they obstruct pedestrian […]

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Conflicts focus of immigration training

Conflicts focus of immigration training

| 12/03/2015 | 11 Comments

(CNS): Staff working on the front line of the Department of Immigration were looking at ways to address conflict with customers this week. As government attempts to improve customer service across the civil service and with major developments at the department, the training was designed to show counter staff how to better handle the difficulties that […]

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School facing gang trouble

School facing gang trouble

| 12/03/2015 | 10 Comments

(CNS): Education officials have confirmed that John Gray High School has been dealing with gang rivalries in the school for some time and the fight on the school campus on Monday morning was as a result of those ongoing problems. The assault on the teacher by a teenage girl on Tuesday afternoon was described as […]

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