Archive for September 25th, 2017

Emergency measures grant evacuees the right to work

Emergency measures grant evacuees the right to work

| 25/09/2017
(CNS Business): The Cayman Islands Government is waiving normal procedures for temporary work permits for workers in the financial services industry who have evacuated to this jurisdiction from islands devastated by hurricanes Irma or Maria. “For those who say we should not be doing this, last wee [...]

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Cops deal with 25 crashes in one weekend

Cops deal with 25 crashes in one weekend

| 25/09/2017 | 30 Comments
(CNS): Police faced yet another weekend of crashes in Grand Cayman after they were called out to 25 road collisions between Friday afternoon and the early hours of Monday morning. Highlighting three of the more serious accidents, police said that one driver could face prosecution for careless drivin [...]

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Girlfriend charged in North Side murder

Girlfriend charged in North Side murder

| 25/09/2017
(CNS): Brianna Michelle Watler (25) from North Side appeared in court Monday charged with the murder of her boyfriend, Azzan Sherieff (23). The woman was remanded in custody until 6 October when she will appear in the Grand Court. Watler is accused of killing Sherieff at his home in North Side on Su [...]

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Armed man robs Prospect bar and steals car

Armed man robs Prospect bar and steals car

| 25/09/2017 | 17 Comments
(CNS) UPDATED TUESDAY: Police have now revealed more details about the daylight, lunchtime, stick-up at a Prospect bar Monday which happened at around 12:20pm. According to the latest report from the RCIPS the robber was fully masked and armed with a hand gun when he entered ‘Da Station Bar [...]

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Man charged in home invasion rape case

Man charged in home invasion rape case

| 25/09/2017
(CNS): Okene Solomon (24) appeared in court Monday, charged with the rape of a woman at her Prospect home earlier this month. Solomon faces charges of rape, burglary, aggravated burglary and theft and was remanded in custody until he appears in Grand Court on 6 October. Solomon is accused of breakin [...]

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Dozens of hatchlings killed due to bad lighting

Dozens of hatchlings killed due to bad lighting

| 25/09/2017 | 20 Comments
(CNS): Researchers at the Department of Environment are calling for more owners of beachfront property to install turtle-friendly lighting after more than 60 endangered baby green turtles were found dead on the West Bay Road last week. The hatchlings were disoriented by lights near their nests in th [...]

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Foster’s says mistakes were made

Foster’s says mistakes were made

| 25/09/2017 | 52 Comments
(CNS): The owner of Foster’s Food Fair has said that mistakes were made in handling a situation on Monday where customers found a bug in a plate of food from the store in Countryside Shopping Centre in Savannah. Woody Foster said that the customers bought two plates of food Saturday morning an [...]

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Eden Rock sudden death victim identified

Eden Rock sudden death victim identified

| 25/09/2017 | 1 Comment
(CNS): Police have said they can officially identified the Indian man who died suddenly last Wednesday now that his family has been notified of his death and is in communications with the police. He was 37-year-old Melito Fernandes, who worked for a local security company. However, the RCIPS has no [...]

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