Archive for February 13th, 2017

Missing woman’s sister sues dump managers

Missing woman’s sister sues dump managers

| 13/02/2017 | 29 Comments
(CNS): Noreen Dixon has filed a law suit against the government’s Department of Environmental Health on behalf of her missing sister’s estate and five children. In the legal claim filed last month Dixon points the finger of blame at the management of the dump where Anna Evans was working when s [...]

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Couples remanded in nightclub shooting

Couples remanded in nightclub shooting

| 13/02/2017
(CNS): Four people, including a married couple, who police believe were involved in the shooting outside a West Bay Road nightclub earlier this month have been remanded in custody after appearing in court on Saturday and Monday. Malik (35) and Tashika Mothen (29) from West Bay have been remanded in [...]

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Sex predator invades woman’s bedroom

Sex predator invades woman’s bedroom

| 13/02/2017 | 9 Comments
(CNS): Police are hunting a sex-offender who broke into an apartment and entered a woman’s bedroom on the West Bay Road in the early hours of this morning and committed a sex-offence. The RCIPS said the man, described as about 5’7”, aged between 18 to 30, with a slim but muscular build, en [...]

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NRA says safety improved at ‘tricky’ roundabout

NRA says safety improved at ‘tricky’ roundabout

| 13/02/2017 | 83 Comments
(CNS): Officials from the National Roads Authority (NRA) have said that things are running more smoothly at the Butterfield Roundabout by A.L. Thompson’s Home Depot in George Town after the agency installed new signs and road markings. The authority claimed that a few weeks after the safety measur [...]

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Straw poll shows surprise support for parties

Straw poll shows surprise support for parties

| 13/02/2017
(CNS Elections): The latest straw poll in the CNS Election Section has thrown up a surprising result, given the perceptions about political parties. While the online vote among our readers is unscientific, the snapshot does at least raise questions about Marl Road predictions that the electorate wil [...]

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Prison deputy to go back to job

Prison deputy to go back to job

| 13/02/2017 | 13 Comments
(CNS): Aduke Natalie Joseph-Caesar, who was fired as deputy director in the HM Cayman Islands Prison Services, where she worked in rehabilitation, has been given her job back and will return to work next week. In a very unusual result, the long-time public servant successfully fought against her dis [...]

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Police charge four in nightclub shooting

Police charge four in nightclub shooting

| 13/02/2017
(CNS): The police have now charged four people in connection with a shooting, believed to be a gang-related, outside a nightclub in the Seven Mile Beach area earlier this month. In what has been a successful investigation for the RCIPS in the ongoing gang violence, the courts remanded a West Bay cou [...]

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Doctor queries purpose of Shetty hospital

Doctor queries purpose of Shetty hospital

| 13/02/2017 | 95 Comments
(CNS): The idea that the hospital in East End, founded by world-famous Indian physician Dr Devi Shetty, was really intended to be a medical tourism facility has been questioned by a local doctor. Giving evidence to the Public Accounts Committee, Dr Darley Solomon said that he felt that from the begi [...]

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