Archive for September 5th, 2016

Inmate stabs fellow prisoner with light tube

Inmate stabs fellow prisoner with light tube

| 05/09/2016 | 24 Comments

(CNS): An inmate at HMP Northward will be serving two additional years for stabbing another prisoner with a broken glass light tube from his cell. Chadwick Dale (25) is already serving a six-year term for robbery and wounding, plus another year that was added in 2014 for escaping from the prison along with Steve and […]

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Police urge public to secure homes and businesses

Police urge public to secure homes and businesses

| 05/09/2016 | 30 Comments

(CNS): The RCIPS is calling on the public to help fight crime and keep the lid on property crimes, especially burglaries, by checking the security of their premises. Efforts to reduce burglaries have resulted in a third less this year than last year, but police are concerned that people are making it too easy for […]

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PAC chair berates witnesses over excuses

PAC chair berates witnesses over excuses

| 05/09/2016 | 36 Comments

(CNS): The chair of the Public Accounts Committee has issued a warning to senior public servants in core government as well as its statutory authorities and government companies that when they are asked to attend PAC as witnesses, this is not a frivolous invitation that they can ignore. When the committee met last week, Ezzard […]

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Ex-CAL directors get free ride for life

Ex-CAL directors get free ride for life

| 05/09/2016 | 71 Comments

(CNS): Many of Cayman Airways’ former directors are getting free unlimited flights for themselves and their immediate family as a reward for serving voluntarily on the airline’s board. Paul Tibbetts, the airline’s chief financial officer, told the Public Accounts Committee last week that around 100 former directors who served before 2009 are able to fly […]

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Takes too much time to distribute scholarship funds

Takes too much time to distribute scholarship funds

| 05/09/2016 | 0 Comments

Why does it take so long for the Scholarship Secretariat to issue scholarship packages to approved students? Classes (began) in August and many students are still waiting for the scholarship to pay tuition. Late fees by the universities have already been applied to student accounts. Can the Department of Education hire temporary employees during these […]

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Golden Spoons Review: Vivo

Golden Spoons Review: Vivo

| 05/09/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS Foodie): Vivo, West Bay’s only health-conscious café with vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free options is fortunate to offer a stunning ocean view out on North West Point. Located in the Lighthouse Point building, next to Dive Tech, you can come for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even just a fresh juice or sunset cocktail. They […]

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