Archive for May 17th, 2016

Premier’s comments met with summit hostility

Premier’s comments met with summit hostility

| 17/05/2016 | 53 Comments
(CNS): Premier Alden McLaughlin has said that his comments about the hypocrisy of the United States were not greeted very well during last week’s anti-corruption summit in London. Speaking at a press conference Tuesday, he said the “temperature in the room fell about 10 degrees” when he pointe [...]

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Boozed-up boater triggers search operation

Boozed-up boater triggers search operation

| 17/05/2016 | 58 Comments
(CNS): The RCIPS is urging people to be more careful on the water after the drunken antics of a 25-year-old man on a boat trip triggered a full scale rescue operation yesterday evening. Described as “highly intoxicated”, the man had jumped into the water several times from a boat traveling in th [...]

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Police ask public to help in missing person case

Police ask public to help in missing person case

| 17/05/2016 | 2 Comments
(CNS): The RCIPS has launched a missing person enquiry for a 40-year-old man from West Bay who has not been seen since Saturday night. Hector Cruz, originally from Cuba, told family members on 14 May that he was planning to go fishing early Sunday morning, 15 May. Cruz was reported missing Monday e [...]

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Teenage boy in court for stabbing incident

Teenage boy in court for stabbing incident

| 17/05/2016
(CNS): A 17-year-old boy from West Bay who was arrested in connection with a stabbing outside a George Town bar earlier this month has been charged with wounding with intent and appeared in court Tuesday morning. At the time, police reported that a 31-year old man was stabbed multiple times in the e [...]

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One robbery suspect arrested for BK stick-up

One robbery suspect arrested for BK stick-up

| 17/05/2016
(CNS): Police arrested a 21-year-old man from George Town on Friday on suspicion of robbery in connection with the incident outside the Burger King on Walker’s Road last week, where two men, both of whom had what appeared to be handguns, held up the male and female employee in the parking lot. The [...]

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Connolly presses CIG to act on energy policy

Connolly presses CIG to act on energy policy

| 17/05/2016 | 25 Comments
(CNS): Government has accepted a motion presented by the opposition MLA for George Town, Winston Connolly, to consider legislating a new energy policy to meet global standards on sustainable development and climate change, but it doesn’t appear likely to happen anytime soon. Despite a passionate d [...]

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Golden Spoons Review: The Lighthouse

Golden Spoons Review: The Lighthouse

| 17/05/2016
(CNS Foodie): For Mother’s Day, we tried out the brunch at The Lighthouse in Breakers. While food and service clearly are among the top considerations when deciding on a place to eat, there is no denying the fantastic location of this restaurant, which is right on the water with a spectacular view [...]

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