Archive for February 23rd, 2018

Man still critical after being hit by car

Man still critical after being hit by car

| 23/02/2018 | 39 Comments
(CNS) UPDATED: A pedestrian who was hit by a car on Smith Road, George Town, around 8:30 on Friday morning has been transferred from the Cayman Islands hospital to Health City in East End for further treatment. On Monday, police said that while the man was no longer critical but revised that comment [...]

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Watler admits killing boyfriend

Watler admits killing boyfriend

| 23/02/2018 | 54 Comments
(CNS): Brianna Michelle Watler (25) has admitted killing her boyfriend, Azzan Sherieff (23), during a fight last September in North Side, where the couple lived. Watler pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty to manslaughter when the charge was put to her in Grand Court Friday. Director of Public Pr [...]

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Check-in moves to new hall as airport work continues

Check-in moves to new hall as airport work continues

| 23/02/2018 | 70 Comments
(CNS): Most airline check-in desks at Owen Roberts International Airport will move to the new hall today, officials from the airport have said. In the latest update from the Cayman Islands Airports Authority as the redevelopment gathers pace, officials warned of congestion this weekend during the p [...]

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Mental health facility will not pose danger

Mental health facility will not pose danger

| 23/02/2018 | 31 Comments
(CNS): The Cayman government’s chief psychiatrist has said that the people who will be residing at the new mental health facility, when it opens, will not pose a danger to the community because there will be no high-risk patients treated there and no serving convicted criminals. Dr Marc Lockha [...]

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UK endorsing oppression of LGBTIs, says activist

UK endorsing oppression of LGBTIs, says activist

| 23/02/2018 | 132 Comments
(CNS): The UK has actively engaged with the Bermuda government “in undermining the rule of law, ignoring an order of the local court and facilitating the withdrawal of equality” for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community there, Dr Leonardo Raznovich, a lawyer and [...]

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Work begins on $6.6M CIG vehicle depot upgrade

Work begins on $6.6M CIG vehicle depot upgrade

| 23/02/2018 | 24 Comments
(CNS): The infrastructure minister and other government officials were out in force with golden shovels Friday breaking ground on a $6,655,000 redevelopment project at the Department of Vehicle and Equipment Services (DVES). What the minister described as “long-awaited” upgrades at the North S [...]

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