Archive for May 13th, 2015

OT minister keeps job in new UK Cabinet

OT minister keeps job in new UK Cabinet

| 13/05/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): James Duddridge, the Conservative MP for Rochford and Southend East, has retained his job as the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, which means he also stays put as the overseas territories minister. Duddridge was first appointed to the junior ministerial position in August last year during the coalition administration. 

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Cayman teens facing violence and abuse

Cayman teens facing violence and abuse

| 13/05/2015 | 11 Comments

(CNS): A report conducted in Cayman two years ago by the Pan American Health Organization and published Wednesday has revealed that local teenagers are facing violence, sexual abuse and mental health problems. 18% of girls reported being victims of sexual abuse while 22% had faced real physical violence, according to the report, which also found […]

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Cops warn women of West Bay early morning sex predator

Cops warn women of West Bay early morning sex predator

| 13/05/2015 | 19 Comments

(CNS): A female jogger was sexually assaulted by a man on a bicycle Tuesday morning and police are asking women in West Bay who are out exercising or walking to work early in the morning to be on their guard and to report any incidents to the RCIPS. 

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Manager suspended in prison probe

Manager suspended in prison probe

| 13/05/2015 | 9 Comments

(CNS): Prison boss Neil Lavis has confirmed that yet another member of his team has been suspended from their job in relation to an ongoing prison investigation. Although the director said he was unable to give any details because of the enquiry, CNS has learned staff member in question is the custody manager whose office […]

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Robberies beat police and businesses

Robberies beat police and businesses

| 13/05/2015 | 26 Comments

(CNS Video): Local liquor business owners said they are doing all they can, spending thousands of dollars on security, but the police and prosecutors are not doing their part to tackle robberies. Crime figures indicate that armed hold-ups are once again on the rise, with a 100% spike in the first quarter. Detectives are currently […]

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Mother helps clear BT man of 4th serious charge

Mother helps clear BT man of 4th serious charge

| 13/05/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A man who was accused of catalog of serious crimes over the last three years, including rape, has been acquitted for the fourth consecutive time in the Grand Court. After several months on remand, Shane Edward Connor (37) was discharged by the court last week and freed from jail when charges that he threatened […]

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