Archive for December 30th, 2015

Suckoo jumps from PPM ship

Suckoo jumps from PPM ship

| 30/12/2015 | 142 Comments

(CNS): The fourth elected member for Bodden Town, Alva Suckoo, has quit the ruling Progressives party. The rookie MLA, who has been a floating councillor between various ministries, is following in the footsteps of the veteran backbencher, Anthony Eden, a founding member of the party but left last month following disagreements over same-sex unions. While Eden, who […]

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Suspect thief caught by witnesses

Suspect thief caught by witnesses

| 30/12/2015 | 1 Comment

(CNS): Police say that after a woman swimming at Smith Cove this morning saw a man remove a bag from her belongings onshore, her husband and others present chased the suspected thief and detained him at the location until police arrived. According to the RCIPS, uniformed officers responded to a report of the incident just before noon on 30 […]

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NDC issues Purple Bus route for NYE revellers

NDC issues Purple Bus route for NYE revellers

| 30/12/2015 | 3 Comments

(CNS): Although many residents drive responsibly, there are still people who believe they can drink and then drive safely, despite evidence to the contrary, the National Drug Council said as they reminded residents and visitors who will be out celebrating on New Year’s Eve that the Purple Ribbon Bus will be running on 31 December from 9pm until […]

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Copyright laws create hole in TV content

Copyright laws create hole in TV content

| 30/12/2015 | 32 Comments

(CNS): The new owners of the local television station say the programme line-up will be changing significantly on Friday when Cayman’s copyright and intellectual property legislation comes into force because much of the current content is not properly licensed in Cayman. “With the new legislation the company must make changes to ensure that all of its content […]

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CUC plans CORE expansion as client base grows

CUC plans CORE expansion as client base grows

| 30/12/2015 | 24 Comments

(CNS): As the number of customers using solar panels and wind turbines grows, Grand Cayman’s power provider is planning another expansion of its Consumer-Owned Renewable Energy (CORE) generation initiative that allows clients to remain on the grid and feed their surplus energy back to CUC. The firm revealed that the programme is almost fully subscribed, despite […]

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Tourist hit by pick-up truck on WB Road

Tourist hit by pick-up truck on WB Road

| 30/12/2015 | 23 Comments

(CNS): The police opened yet another investigation into a serious road collision on Tuesday evening (29 December). At around 7pm a pick-up truck hit a man who was crossing the road by Pepper’s Bar and Restaurant on the West Bay Road in the heart of Cayman’s tourist district. The RCIPS has now confirmed that the […]

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