Archive for March 28th, 2016

Bush’s ex-assistant admits daughter got $60k+ grant from NBF

Bush’s ex-assistant admits daughter got $60k+ grant from NBF

| 28/03/2016 | 53 Comments

(CNS): Richard Parchment, the former chief political assistant to McKeeva Bush when he was premier, has admitted that his daughter was one of only a handful of Caymanian students who received annual scholarship grants worth more than $60,000 from the Nation Building Fund to play basketball. Appearing as a witness before the Public Accounts Committee last […]

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Crosswalks open at three more primary schools

Crosswalks open at three more primary schools

| 28/03/2016 | 4 Comments

(CNS): The National Roads Authority (NRA) has installed three more pedestrian crosswalks outside local primary schools in Bodden Town and in the capital. In order to improve safety in school zones, crosswalks have been installed at Savannah Primary School, Bodden Town Primary School and at the Seventh Day Adventist Church School on Walkers Road. NRA […]

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Teen jailed 3 years for grocery store stick-up

Teen jailed 3 years for grocery store stick-up

| 28/03/2016 | 27 Comments

(CNS): An 18-year-old boy from West Bay was sent to jail for three years last week after he admitted his part in an armed, daylight robbery at a grocery store in the district last September. Michael Aaron Bush was just 17 when he and another masked man held up Deliza’s Grocery store on North West […]

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Cat boat launches hope for future fleet

Cat boat launches hope for future fleet

| 28/03/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The first catboat built from scratch in the Cayman Islands in more than 20 years was launched from behind the Catboat Club in George Town on Easter Monday. The Dignity was designed, crafted and built by Jerris Miller and his son NJ with the help of Kenny Ebanks and has already raised thousands of […]

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Police end search and recovery operation

Police end search and recovery operation

| 28/03/2016 | 18 Comments

(CNS): RCIPS management has confirmed that the search and recovery operation for five people lost at sea has come to an end. Edsell Haylock, Gary Mullings and his three nephews, Nicholas Watler, Kamron (11) and his brother Kanyi Brown (9), went missing on Sunday, 6 March, some time after leaving 12 Mile Banks that afternoon […]

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