Archive for December 10th, 2015

FOI request made for Moses, says witness in CarePay trial

FOI request made for Moses, says witness in CarePay trial

| 10/12/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): An FOI request to the Health Services Authority asking about the owners of AIS Cayman Ltd was made by Dale Sanders, the head of IT at the HSA at the time, on behalf of MLA Moses Kirkconnell, Sanders told the court Thursday. Giving evidence for the second day in the CarePay corruption case, Sanders […]

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Reef damage from anchor in legit zone

Reef damage from anchor in legit zone

| 10/12/2015 | 33 Comments

(CNS): The latest damage to the reef in the George Town Harbour by a cruise ship is a consequence of the need to sacrifice some areas where reef systems occur to preserve others, according to Environment Minister Wayne Panton. However, there will be no consequences for Pullmantur Cruises for the destruction Tuesday of a section […]

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Crime concerns raised over stolen licence plates

Crime concerns raised over stolen licence plates

| 10/12/2015 | 33 Comments

(CNS): Several vehicle licence plates have been stolen recently and the RCIPS is asking the public to help them track the plates down before they are used in the course of criminal activity. Police said that five yellow plates, including one from a motorbike, are known to have been stolen and they are asking the community to […]

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CarePay RFP far too short, says IT expert

CarePay RFP far too short, says IT expert

| 10/12/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The tight timeline ordered by Canover Watson to turn around the request for proposals for the hospital payment system contract was “unprecedented”, a key crown witness told the court when he gave evidence on Wednesday in the ongoing corruption trial. The short time also meant that a number of other companies, including local firm […]

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Anglin guilty or strikingly unfortunate

Anglin guilty or strikingly unfortunate

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(CNS): The crown prosecutor told Justice Charles Quin that Devon Anglin was either guilty of killing 4-year-old Jeremiah Barnes or he was facing misfortune of a “striking level”, given the circumstantial evidence against him as well as two eyewitnesses accounts. As Andrew Radcliffe QC summed up the crown’s case for murder against Anglin on Wednesday, he said […]

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