Archive for September 12th, 2016

Woman rescued by garbage truck drivers

Woman rescued by garbage truck drivers

| 12/09/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A woman who has accused a local man of assaulting and robbing her was rescued from the ordeal by garbage truck drivers after she rushed into the path of the vehicle as she escaped the attack, the court heard Monday. Opening the case against Walter Jordon McLaughlin, who has pleaded not guilty to robbery, […]

Continue Reading

Non-profit sector draft bill heads to LA

Non-profit sector draft bill heads to LA

| 12/09/2016 | 15 Comments

(CNS): After many years of discussion and numerous public consultations, government is bringing legislation to the parliament next month to govern the operation of non-profit entities. One of a long list of bills that the PPM government will be presenting at the next meeting of the Legislative Assembly, this is one of several new laws […]

Continue Reading

Owners urged to secure boats targeted by thieves

Owners urged to secure boats targeted by thieves

| 12/09/2016 | 4 Comments

(CNS): Over the past few weeks police have been dealing with a number of marine related thefts where boats and equipment have been stolen. While officers have been investigating and have made some recoveries, the RCIPS Joint Marine Unit is urging owners to better secure their property, especially fast boats and those with small engines. […]

Continue Reading

Cops hunt shooter in weekend violence

Cops hunt shooter in weekend violence

| 12/09/2016 | 46 Comments

(CNS): Police are on the hunt for yet another gunman after a man was shot outside a George Town bar on Sunday night at the end of a weekend marred by firearms incidents. Officers were called to the parking lot of DLK Bar (a.k.a. Dump Road bar) on Seymour Drive, in the industrial area of […]

Continue Reading

Alden warns against ‘hatred and bigotry’

Alden warns against ‘hatred and bigotry’

| 12/09/2016 | 165 Comments

(CNS): The premier called for tolerance and respect for human rights when he spoke at an anti-gay rally Sunday. Alden McLaughlin told an audience at the religious event, billed as supporting biblical family values, that his government won’t introduce same-sex marriage but he also warned against creating divisions in Cayman over the controversial issue. Opposition […]

Continue Reading

Hospital creating bills on time, says CEO

Hospital creating bills on time, says CEO

| 12/09/2016 | 8 Comments

(CNS): Officials from the Health Services Authority have said that the hospital is getting on top of the delays in invoicing. CEO Lizzette Yearwood said the HSA was addressing past problems, where some invoices did not reach the insurances companies on time and bills were sent to patients years after treatment. Following the recent examination […]

Continue Reading

Sign up for the CNS Newsletter, sent weekdays straight to your inbox