Archive for October 12th, 2015

Police net 248 drunk drivers so far this year

Police net 248 drunk drivers so far this year

| 12/10/2015 | 41 Comments
(CNS): Another seven people were added to the growing number of drunks caught behind the wheel on Cayman’s roads this weekend. Police officers have arrested 248 drivers for drinking and driving since the start of 2015, about 150 more than in the entire twelve months of 2014. In one of the arrests [...]

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Save campaign plans to show CIG level of opposition

Save campaign plans to show CIG level of opposition

| 12/10/2015 | 89 Comments
(CNS): Save Cayman campaigners and other groups opposing the dredging of the George Town Harbour and battling to persuade government not to destroy its unique marine environment with cruise ship piers are organising a peaceful protest at the weekend to show the strength of feeling in the community. [...]

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Uncle convicted in revenge stabbing of nephew

Uncle convicted in revenge stabbing of nephew

| 12/10/2015 | 4 Comments
(CNS): Adam Mark Ebanks (32) was convicted Thursday of causing malicious wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm on his nephew, after a Grand Court judge rejected claims that he was acting in self-defence when he stabbed Jason Ebanks multiple times in his head, neck and body at the fami [...]

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Housing trust won’t evict last old tenants

Housing trust won’t evict last old tenants

| 12/10/2015 | 27 Comments
(CNS): The National Housing Development Trust (NHDT) has confirmed that it will not evict the tenants that remain in the sub-standard old affordable homes. There are just 21 of the condemned properties left out of 107 houses constructed in 2004, which were not built to code and never received occupa [...]

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Gas price demo organisers urge public to join in

Gas price demo organisers urge public to join in

| 12/10/2015 | 9 Comments
(CNS): More than 8,000 signatures have already been collected by the organisers of the planned people’s march next Wednesday against high gas prices. With the green light from the deputy governor to collect more from civil servants at the Government Administration Building Friday and early next we [...]

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Public outreach begins on GT upgrade

Public outreach begins on GT upgrade

| 12/10/2015 | 51 Comments
(CNS): Government is seeking contributions from the public as it begins an outreach campaign to promote plans to rejuvenate the country’s capital. Officials say George Town is poised to “benefit from an unprecedented amount of public- and private-sector development”, though so far it is not cl [...]

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