Archive for May 9th, 2017

Stolen car found in one piece

Stolen car found in one piece

| 09/05/2017 | 8 Comments
(CNS): A black Honda Fit which was stolen on Saturday some time during or after the Batabano Carnival has been found not far from where the owner had left it and it appears unscathed. A Department of Environment officer who had seen the media coverage and Facebook posts spotted the car parked near T [...]

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Notice out for cruise port contractors

Notice out for cruise port contractors

| 09/05/2017 | 95 Comments
(CNS): Two weeks before Cayman goes to the polls, the tourism ministry has issued a request for relevant contractors to pre-qualify for the cruise berthing project. No press release or comment has been issued by the current government about the completion of the KPMG report on the financing model or [...]

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Accident’s truth must be told

Accident’s truth must be told

| 09/05/2017 | 68 Comments
101 writes: The tragic car accident that occurred last week requires an independent enquiry into the events. Thus far we have been exposed to an immediate official (very strong) statement from the RCIPS that we, as a community, are expected to fully accept (as we normally do) without question. [...]

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Gun suspect charged following prison gate report

Gun suspect charged following prison gate report

| 09/05/2017
(CNS): A Bodden Town man has been charged with firearms offences in connection with the recovery of a gun near the prison gates on Saturday afternoon. The 27-year-old man, who has not yet been identified, was due in court Tuesday morning, having been charged with possession of unlicensed ammunition [...]

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Same-sex couples urged to test Cayman marriage law

Same-sex couples urged to test Cayman marriage law

| 09/05/2017 | 235 Comments
(CNS): A legal expert is urging same-sex Caymanian couples who want to get married to put the local legislation to the test as he believes there is no lawful prohibition to same-sex marriages in either the Constitution or the Marriage Law. Dr Leo Raznovich, a former Truman Bodden Law School professo [...]

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Police charge East End suspect in vandalism case

Police charge East End suspect in vandalism case

| 09/05/2017
(CNS): A 30-year-old man from East End was charged Monday with damage to property and causing harassment, alarm or distress in connection with  an incident of vandalism on a police officer’s private car parked at his East End home. The act of vandalism happened within a day of the officer being t [...]

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