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Archive for November 11th, 2015

Premier’s ex-assistant’s case drags on

Premier’s ex-assistant’s case drags on

| 11/11/2015
(CNS): The case against the former political assistant to the premier, Kenneth Bryan, was adjourned Wednesday until next February after the crown’s final witness failed to show up at court. Bryan, who is now a host on the popular morning radio show, Crosstalk, is facing charges of disorderly condu [...]

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Norwegian billionaire was boating accident victim

Norwegian billionaire was boating accident victim

| 11/11/2015 | 44 Comments
(CNS): The RCIPS is still investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 58-year-old Erik Henriksen, who was pulled from the North Sound Monday and pronounced dead later at the George Town hospital. Police believe that he and a second Canadian man were thrown from a speed boat. The Norwe [...]

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Fraud suspects charged in ATM scam

Fraud suspects charged in ATM scam

| 11/11/2015
(CNS): Five suspected fraudsters who were arrested by the Financial Crimes Unit last week have been charged with a number of criminal offences, including money laundering, and after a court appearance Tuesday they have all been remanded in custody. The gang of alleged ATM scammers arrived in Cayman [...]

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CUC blames ‘spurious fault’ for power cut

CUC blames ‘spurious fault’ for power cut

| 11/11/2015 | 13 Comments
(CNS): A power outage which lasted for just under an hour in and around George Town on Wednesday was caused by what CUC said was a “spurious fault” on the local electricity provider’s transmission line. A spokesperson for the company said that the outage occurred at 3:37pm but power wa [...]

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Sinkhole opens at Camana Bay

Sinkhole opens at Camana Bay

| 11/11/2015 | 15 Comments
(CNS): A private broken sewer main has caused a sinkhole to form at the junction of Solaris Avenue and Esterley Tibbetts Highway, undermining the integrity of the road. Police said that a security officer and signs are at the scene where the dangerous hole has opened up. “Appropriate signs are in [...]

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Caledonian’s demise was SEC blunder

Caledonian’s demise was SEC blunder

| 11/11/2015
(CNS Business): A federal judge has said that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) got it very wrong when it issued an order earlier this year that froze more than $88 million in assets belonging to two financial institutions suspected of securities fraud that led to the collapse of Cale [...]

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Anti-crime charity at end of road

Anti-crime charity at end of road

| 11/11/2015 | 42 Comments
(CNS): After ten years of focusing on youngsters before, rather than after, they become involved in the criminal justice system, YouthACT is folding its operations as the charity is down to its last $600. The chair of the non-governmental organisation that provides proven crime prevention programmes [...]

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