Archive for June 4th, 2017

Driver admits killing passenger in car blaze

Driver admits killing passenger in car blaze

| 04/06/2017 | 15 Comments

(CNS): Conroy Nairne (33) from George Town has admitted causing the death of  21-year-old Jessie Perry (left) by dangerous driving following an horrific collision on the West Bay Road more than 20 months ago when the crashed vehicle burst into flames. Nairne was driving a black Audi towards West Bay at around 1:30am on 14 September […]

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McLean paints pessimistic picture of Cayman

McLean paints pessimistic picture of Cayman

| 04/06/2017 | 69 Comments

(CNS): Arden McLean, the independent member for East End, painted a pessimistic picture for the country’s future as he joined in the maiden speeches debate in the Legislative Assembly Wednesday. McLean, who is embarking on his fifth term said the country was “at war against a system of violence and hatred” with people at the bottom, […]

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Seven dead in third UK terrorist attack in 3 months

Seven dead in third UK terrorist attack in 3 months

| 04/06/2017 | 47 Comments

(CNS): The UK faced a night of terror Saturday after three men killed seven people and wounded 48 victims in the country’s third terrorist attack in as many months. British Prime Minister Theresa May suspended election campaigning in the country Sunday, after chairing a crisis meeting of the nation’s Cobra committee to discuss the UK’s response […]

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Flapping tents worst local observers could find

Flapping tents worst local observers could find

| 04/06/2017 | 9 Comments

(CNS): With the exception of poor lighting, some sign issues in George Town Central and tents flapping in the wind, the local election observers could find very little to fault on election day, according to their brief report. Alongside the CPA independent election observer mission, the Elections Office appointed a small local team to oversee […]

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