Archive for May 8th, 2015

Mac says he will face Alden in court

Mac says he will face Alden in court

| 08/05/2015 | 21 Comments

(CNS): The opposition leader is showing no signs of retracting any of the allegations he has made about Premier Alden McLaughlin having been involved in a conspiracy to topple him from office. McKeeva Bush has said that he intends to face the premier in court if that’s what he wants. Following the filing of a […]

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Travel agent publishes names claiming $100k unpaid bills

Travel agent publishes names claiming $100k unpaid bills

| 08/05/2015 | 13 Comments

(CNS): A troubled local travel agent which failed to honour bookings from a number of customers who missed their flights at Easter has published a list of names on its Facebook page, claiming the people and businesses owe over $100,000. The owner of Cayman 123 Travel has posted the list of people it claims owe various […]

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Traffic disruption mounts on George Town roads

Traffic disruption mounts on George Town roads

| 08/05/2015 | 13 Comments

(CNS): A collapsed utilities manhole on Godfrey Nixon Way caused even more traffic chaos in the capital Thursday when the National Roads Authority was forced to close the key road by the Butterfield roundabout. The roadworks and heavy rain were behind the collapse, officials said, and the wet weather is expected to delay the critical […]

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Water Authority upgrading BT main pipe

Water Authority upgrading BT main pipe

| 08/05/2015 | 1 Comment

(CNS): Bodden Towners will be faced with traffic snarl-ups and diversions next week as the government’s water company starts work on replacing the water main along Bodden Town Road Monday. The Water Authority said the planned works were essential to upgrade the water infrastructure in the area to better serve customers in the district. Affected […]

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Tories steal unexpected election victory

Tories steal unexpected election victory

| 08/05/2015 | 46 Comments

(CNS): After months of speculation that the UK government would be horse trading over another coalition today, Prime Minister David Cameron, the leader of the Conservative Party, will remain at No 10 Downing Street after his party scraped through the UK election to a full but slender majority in the parliament of 331 seats. The […]

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