Archive for December 1st, 2015

Cayman’s poor road safety record exposed in film

Cayman’s poor road safety record exposed in film

| 01/12/2015 | 69 Comments

(CNS): A documentary film about the poor standard of road safety, a joint production of the RCIPS and local TV news station Cayman27,  is now available online to watch. “Road Impact Cayman” exposes the poor level of driving and high number of accidents, as well as the emotional consequences of serious road accidents in the Cayman […]

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Baines admits inside job in locker break-in

Baines admits inside job in locker break-in

| 01/12/2015 | 47 Comments

(CNS): The police are currently conducting internal as well as external investigations into a burglary at the police evidence locker, in which more than 57 kilos of drugs were stolen. Police Commissioner David Baines has admitted that the break-in had to involve corrupt police officers, given the circumstances of the crime, and a probe is […]

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Cayman joins in fight to end spread of AIDS by 2030

Cayman joins in fight to end spread of AIDS by 2030

| 01/12/2015 | 8 Comments

(CNS): After more than three decades of fighting the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the world is witnessing signs that the spread of the disease is in real decline. The Cayman Islands is joining the rest of the world in marking World AIDS Day, which has the theme this year ‘On the Fast-Track to end AIDS by 2030’, by offering […]

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District council law changes shelved until after election

District council law changes shelved until after election

| 01/12/2015 | 6 Comments

(CNS): The government plans to amend the district councils law to make the process more democratic but will not get to the amendments during this term. Premier Alden McLaughlin supported a motion in the Legislative Assembly brought by the independent member Ezzard Miller about revising the legislation passed by the UDP administration to introduce some […]

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Hospital boss ‘shocked’ by email revelations

Hospital boss ‘shocked’ by email revelations

| 01/12/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Seeing emails for the first time showing Canover Watson planned to set up a pharmacy company with bidders on hospital contracts while he was sitting as chair of the Health Services Authority, Lizette Yearwood, the HSA’s chief executive, said she was shocked by the revelations. The first witness in the CarePay corruption trial when it […]

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Marine parks input needed now

Marine parks input needed now

| 01/12/2015 | 27 Comments

(CNS): As experts at the Department of Environment move towards the much-needed enhancement of the country’s marine parks, officials are making a final call for submissions from the public as the consultation period ends Friday. The DoE said many people have spoken to them at the district meetings. but they want to make sure that everyone […]

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