Archive for December 28th, 2017

Police see almost 10 smashes per day

Police see almost 10 smashes per day

| 28/12/2017 | 60 Comments

(CNS): Police have been called out to 251 collisions of varying degrees of severity, arrested 42 drunk drivers and issued 73 tickets for traffic offences since the beginning of December. The RCIPS highlighted the “reprehensible” behaviour of some road users after they arrested, this week alone, another nine drivers for DUI and two more for driving […]

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Opposition promises public input for 2018

Opposition promises public input for 2018

| 28/12/2017 | 41 Comments

(CNS): The opposition leader has said that he and his colleagues will begin a series of fact-finding meetings in all districts in the New Year to find “workable, affordable and acceptable solutions to overcoming the challenges and seizing the opportunities” that he believes will present themselves over the next year. In his New Year’s message Ezzard […]

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Police find repeat teenage runaway

Police find repeat teenage runaway

| 28/12/2017 | 19 Comments

(CNS): Police have now located 16-year-old Roseanna Redden, who is a resident at the Francis Bodden Girls’ Home in Bodden Town after she ran away earlier this week. She had last been seen at around 11:00pm on Tuesday, 26 December, in Logwood Way, George Town. She has brown hair, brown eyes, a dark complexion and is about […]

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Health warning to drug users

Health warning to drug users

| 28/12/2017 | 38 Comments

A CNS reader writes: Users are largely unaware that incoming drugs are highly likely to have been already laced with potentially deadly, highly addictive, cheaper, internet mail-order synthetic opioids (in addition to the normal toxic production chemicals). Those in denial, or blindly trusting their dealer with their lives, are either high right now, or a […]

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The prince and the president dance around politics

The prince and the president dance around politics

| 28/12/2017 | 62 Comments

(CNS): Former US president Barack Obama’s first media interview since he handed over the keys of the White House to Donald Trump may have come as a surprise to many as it was with the BBC and a royal prince. When Prince Harry sat down with the former US leader for the Q&A as part […]

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