Archive for February 7th, 2018
(CNS): The National Housing Development Trust (NHDT) is beginning a project in Bodden Town to build 16 affordable homes on a 10-acre site off Lake Destiny Drive, close to 20 existing affordable homes that were constructed in 2012. The homes will be made available for sale at between $110,000 and $125,000 for eligible Caymanians. Applicants must be […]
(CNS): The new Chamber of Commerce president, Paul Byles, is urging all businesses to engage in the consultation process for the proposed Consumer Protection and Guarantees bill because he believes it will be much more difficult to ask for change once the law is passed. The bill is designed to give consumers some legal protections […]
(CNS): Two years after the current fire chief was drafted into Cayman from the UK, with the remit of sorting out the succession planning and talent management to pave the way for a local senior fire officer to take over the top job, there is still no succession plan in place. A multitude of problems […]
(CNS): Randy Martin (43) will serve at least 34 years in jail for the murder of Sabrina Schirn (21) in 2009 at the prison farm in East End before he can be considered for release on licence, a court ruled Wednesday. Justice Charles Quin found a number of aggravating factors in what he described as […]
(CNS): Police are reaching out to the community to help them find two more Honda Civics that were both stolen in West Bay yesterday. Car thieves who are regularly taking this model of vehicle struck at a restaurant car park in Morgan’s Harbour and apartments in Mount Pleasant. Both of the Hondas were 1998 models. […]
(CNS): The police have now charged a 51-year-old man from George Town with two counts of indecent assault following an incident at Smith Barcadere (aka Smith Cove) on Friday where an underage girl reported being touched inappropriately by the suspect while she was in the water. The man is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.