Archive for December 9th, 2015

Mysterious bodies remain in Cayman morgue

Mysterious bodies remain in Cayman morgue

| 09/12/2015 | 7 Comments

(CNS): The bodies of two men found in a boat off the coast of Little Cayman in August remain in the morgue at the Cayman Island Hospital because the RCIPS has not yet been able to identify them and are still working with overseas law enforcement agencies to try and solve the mystery. A police spokesperson said […]

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Syed trial in limbo after another adjournment

Syed trial in limbo after another adjournment

| 09/12/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The trial of the former president of the University College of the Cayman Islands remains in limbo after his case was adjourned last week as the lawyers involved try to find a slot in the packed court docket to hear the case, which has dragged on for some time. Hassan Syed (49) is charged with a […]

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Nominations sought for 5th ‘Proud of Them’ campaign

Nominations sought for 5th ‘Proud of Them’ campaign

| 09/12/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): With local teenagers facing numerous challenges and often getting a bad reputation for being troublesome, the minister responsible for youth is urging the community to nominate deserving young people for the latest round of the “Proud of Them” campaign. An initiative that puts young people at the heart of a billboard campaign featuring their […]

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Cash transfer firm blames local banks for business woes

Cash transfer firm blames local banks for business woes

| 09/12/2015 | 24 Comments

(CNS Business): The chair of a Cayman-based Jamaican cash transfer company has made it clear that he believes the banks are to blame for the problems his firm and its affiliates are facing, as he encouraged customers of those banks who also use remittance services to raise their concerns and even implied they should boycott […]

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Anglin won’t take stand in child killing case

Anglin won’t take stand in child killing case

| 09/12/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The West Bay man accused of murdering four-year-old Jeremiah Barnes as he tried to kill his father in a gang-related shooting in February 2010 will not be taking the witness stand to answer the charges. Devon Anglin (29) was charged with the crime before local laws were changed to allow a judge or jury […]

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Daylight savings bill published

Daylight savings bill published

| 09/12/2015 | 122 Comments

(CNS): The government has published the bill which, if it passes in the Legislative Assembly next year, will see Cayman introduce daylight savings in order to remain in sync with the east coast time zone in the United States. Having been debated for many years, it comes at a time when Florida is considering remaining on […]

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Police pass teen drowning case to coroner

Police pass teen drowning case to coroner

| 09/12/2015 | 6 Comments

(CNS): With no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of 14-year-old Risco Batten, it will be up to a coroner’s court to determine how the young man came to drown while on a supervised swimming trip to a South Sound beach last month. Police said Tuesday that following a post-mortem last Friday, they are now assisting […]

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