Archive for October 25th, 2017

Hospital chair defends management team

Hospital chair defends management team

| 25/10/2017 | 154 Comments

(CNS): Health Services Authority Board Chair Jonathan Tibbetts has issued a statement defending the hospital management team after the qualifications and competence of some of the most senior staff were brought into question by the Public Accounts Committee on Tuesday. Following the report on CNS outlining the concerns raised by opposition MLA Chris Saunders (BTW), […]

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Cops on hunt for suspected rapist

Cops on hunt for suspected rapist

| 25/10/2017 | 14 Comments

(CNS): Police said they are investigating a report of rape after a woman was attacked by a man in the car park outside a George Town bar in the early hours of Wednesday morning. The suspect is described as dark-skinned, about 5’8” tall, of medium build and was wearing a green shirt and blue pants when […]

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Power cut to customers from South Sound to Frank Sound

Power cut to customers from South Sound to Frank Sound

| 25/10/2017 | 36 Comments

(CNS): CUC customers in the areas of Sound Sound, Bodden Town and Frank Sound are without power this morning. According to a CUC notice on the Grand Cayman power company’s website, customers “may be experiencing an outage”, but CNS can confirm that many have had their power supply cut. Customers in the South Sound area […]

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Port seeks CPA approval for $5.5M gantry

Port seeks CPA approval for $5.5M gantry

| 25/10/2017 | 13 Comments

(CNS): An application by the Port Authority of the Cayman Islands to install gantries at the cargo storage yard to allow higher stacking of shipping containers is scheduled to be heard by the CPA on Wednesday. According to the documents submitted, the project is seeking to stack containers higher in a more condensed area to […]

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Offshore law firm braces for data exposure

Offshore law firm braces for data exposure

| 25/10/2017

(CNS Business): One of Cayman’s leading offshore law firms is bracing for potential exposure of its business and that of its clients in the international media after admitting that it suffered a cyber security breach last year. Some of the information has found its way to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), which plans to […]

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