Archive for March 2nd, 2018

Cops find another stolen car in West Bay

Cops find another stolen car in West Bay

| 02/03/2018 | 14 Comments
(CNS): Police have found another stolen car in West Bay after tip-offs from the public. The police say they plan to return to the area over the coming days as the large area of empty ground off Dill Lane has now yielded three stolen Hondas that have been stripped of parts. The silver 2000 Honda Civ [...]

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Ex-top traffic cop fined $1,500 for drunken smash

Ex-top traffic cop fined $1,500 for drunken smash

| 02/03/2018 | 28 Comments
(CNS): Adrian Barnett, a former head of the RCIPS Traffic Management Unit, was fined $1,500 and lost his licence for one year after he was sentenced this week in connection with his recent driving conviction. Barnett pleaded guilty last month to dangerous driving, driving while impaired and leaving [...]

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Price hike and customers boost CUC’s sales

Price hike and customers boost CUC’s sales

| 02/03/2018 | 45 Comments
(CNS): Caribbean Utilities Company has published its annual audited results for 2017 and the figures reveal that the power firm’s boost in sales came from an increase in customer numbers and last year’s price increase imposed on customers. New clients increased sales by 2% but a 1.6% [...]

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Taxes missing from all public accounts

Taxes missing from all public accounts

| 02/03/2018 | 38 Comments
(CNS): Government departments are still not reporting on the cash that is collected from taxpayers in their individual financial and management accounts. Although civil service management and even the Public Accounts Committee has been congratulating financial officers and their teams of government [...]

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Governor calls on Cayman to address LGBT rights

Governor calls on Cayman to address LGBT rights

| 02/03/2018 | 102 Comments
(CNS): Days before Governor Helen Kilpatrick departs the Cayman Islands after her 4½-year tour of duty here, she has called on the local government to address the lack of recognition of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights. Reflecting on her time here in her final official statemen [...]

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