Archive for November 22nd, 2017

GT man charged with possessing illegal gun

GT man charged with possessing illegal gun

| 22/11/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A 25-year-old man from George Town who was arrested Monday following an incident at a Walker’s Road gas station last week has been charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm, ammunition and ganja with intent to supply and is expected in court tomorrow, 23 November. The man had reportedly fled when the police stopped […]

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Rental company claims car taken by clients

Rental company claims car taken by clients

| 22/11/2017 | 14 Comments

(CNS): George Town police are investigating the case of a missing rental car that was not returned by the customers who rented it. The police did not say which rental firm the 2017 white Hyundai Grand i10 was hired from, nor did they say whether or not the people who rented the car were visitors or residents […]

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Would-be bike thieves target police station

Would-be bike thieves target police station

| 22/11/2017 | 14 Comments

(CNS): Security questions are being raised again about George Town Police station after would-be bike thieves broke into the station’s rear compound and attempted to steal a motorbike from the enclosure in the early hours of this morning. Police said that two hooded men managed to gain entry to the station yard, but were disrupted […]

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Over 90 new laws or amendments on agenda

Over 90 new laws or amendments on agenda

| 22/11/2017 | 30 Comments

(CNS): Government has listed in the budget documents more than ninety pieces of new or amended legislation that it hopes to tackle over the next two years. But there is no sign of the much-needed legal practitioners legislation or the promised district councils law. Government had indicated it was going back to the drawing board […]

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Prison boss quits months after signing new contract

Prison boss quits months after signing new contract

| 22/11/2017 | 48 Comments

(CNS): UPDATED: Neil Lavis, the director of HM Cayman Islands Prison Service, has resigned less than six months after signing a new contract. Ministry officials issued a formal press release, Wednesday, after Lavis handed in his resignation, Monday. The director has not said why he is leaving but confirmed to CNS that it was his […]

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