Archive for July 23rd, 2015

Misbehaving Miss Cayman dodges duties

Misbehaving Miss Cayman dodges duties

| 23/07/2015 | 83 Comments

(CNS): Miss Cayman Islands has been behaving badly, it appears, as the pageant committee has issued a disciplinary letter to the beauty queen over her conduct and the performance of her duties. Officials from the Miss Cayman Islands Committee are remaining mum on the details of Toni Chisholm’s alleged bad behavior but sources tell CNS […]

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West Bay man secures own acquittal

West Bay man secures own acquittal

| 23/07/2015 | 18 Comments

(CNS): A local man from West Bay who defended himself against burglary charges in the Grand Court without the assistance of an attorney walked away from court a free man this week after several months on remand after he was acquitted by the jury. 

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Cops net burglary and fence suspects

Cops net burglary and fence suspects

| 23/07/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Two men were arrested in George Town Wednesday in connection with a burglary at an unoccupied apartment also in the capital sometime at the beginning of this week, as the RCIPS continues its battle against the rising tide of burglaries and break-ins across Grand Cayman. Police said a bicycle was stolen during the break-in and […]

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NRA-Dart and Shetty deals unlawful, says auditor

NRA-Dart and Shetty deals unlawful, says auditor

| 23/07/2015 | 132 Comments

(CNS): Government’s deal with Dart Realty regarding the development of the hotel on Seven Mile Beach and the closure of the West Bay Road, as well as the hospital development in East End were unlawful, the auditor general has said. In another damning report from Alastair Swarbrick and his team, government and in particular the […]

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Workplace lawyers churn up fears over bill

Workplace lawyers churn up fears over bill

| 23/07/2015 | 52 Comments

(CNS): The draftsmen need to go back and have another look at several provisions in the labour bill, local lawyer Huw Moses has said. As employers packed the Chamber of Commerce meeting room Wednesday, Moses and attorney Venesha McLean gave an overview of the draft labour law, stirring up concerns about the challenges the legislation […]

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