Archive for April 11th, 2016

Deal won’t end push for public owners register

Deal won’t end push for public owners register

| 11/04/2016 | 32 Comments
(CNS): A new deal signed between the UK and the Cayman Islands regarding an enhanced regime to disclose the beneficial owners of offshore companies will not bring an end to the push for a public register, Premier Alden McLaughlin said at a press conference Monday. While he was pleased Cayman had man [...]

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Man guilty of stabbing pregnant woman

Man guilty of stabbing pregnant woman

| 11/04/2016 | 22 Comments
(CNS): A 35-year-old man from George Town has been convicted of unlawful wounding for stabbing a pregnant woman in the stomach during an argument in a car park after he gave her and several of her friends a ride home on 24 November 2014. The jury found Marlon Porter guilty Monday of possession of an [...]

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Armed masked men rob GT liquor store

Armed masked men rob GT liquor store

| 11/04/2016 | 42 Comments
(CNS) Police are on the hunt for two armed men who stole an undisclosed sum of cash from a liquor store in Pasadora Place on Smith Road, George Town, on Saturday night (9 April). The men, whose faces were covered, burst into the store as it was closing at around 10:20pm, one armed with a […] [...]

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Bike rider wasn’t rum bar robbery, say cops

Bike rider wasn’t rum bar robbery, say cops

| 11/04/2016 | 70 Comments
(CNS): The RCIPS had confirmed that a 20-year-old man who failed to stop for police during an 11-mile chase in the wake of a robbery is no longer a suspect. The young man is being treated in the US for serious injuries sustained in a collision with police following the pursuit, however he has been [ [...]

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Second man charged in Rum Point robbery

Second man charged in Rum Point robbery

| 11/04/2016 | 0 Comments
(CNS): A 24-year-old man from West Bay had been charged with handling stolen goods in connection with a North Side robbery in January in which the robber punched an elderly victim, who was sitting on his porch with his wife and helper. Following a reward for more information regarding the case, in w [...]

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Underage driver arrested for crash

Underage driver arrested for crash

| 11/04/2016 | 6 Comments
(CNS): A teenager has been arrested in connection to a single-vehicle accident on North Church Street last Wednesday. The 16-year-old boy from George Town was arrested two days later, on Friday 8 April, on suspicion of leaving the scene of an accident and driving without being licensed, and is curre [...]

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Golden Spoons Review: Grand Old House

Golden Spoons Review: Grand Old House

| 11/04/2016
(CNS Foodie): Before I get going on the review for Grand Old House, I have a confession to make. I’ve neglected even considering GOH as a dinner option for years. After looking at their dinner menu online, I remember thinking how boring and mundane it was. Here we are three years later, and my par [...]

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LA to debate over a dozen new laws

LA to debate over a dozen new laws

| 11/04/2016 | 9 Comments
(CNS): The public has only two more weeks to digest more than a dozen pieces of legislation which the government hopes to steer through parliament when it convenes later this month. From changes to the Anti-corruption Law and the Standards in Public life Bill to a number of offshore finance bills, a [...]

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Millionaire’s daughter surprised by theft

Millionaire’s daughter surprised by theft

| 11/04/2016
(CNS): The daughter of the elderly man who has claimed that his girlfriend stole millions of dollars from him told the court that she was surprised by the theft because Michelle Bouchard always seemed nice. But Susan van Dijk said that she was with her father, James Bruce Handford, when he discovere [...]

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