Archive for August 22nd, 2018

JGHS project back on agenda

JGHS project back on agenda

| 22/08/2018 | 31 Comments
(CNS): Ten years since the groundbreaking of the John Gray High School campus project, which was followed by a catalog of problems with the contractors at the time, the proposed redevelopment is back on the government’s agenda. Local contractors wanting to bid on the construction project were [...]

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‘Vitamin’ injections caused long-term harm, says victim

‘Vitamin’ injections caused long-term harm, says victim

| 22/08/2018
(CNS): A woman who believed she was receiving vitamin injections to deal with dry skin when she went to a salon in George Town came away with non-medical grade silicon in her face, which caused a serious infection, terrible lumps, swelling, redness and ongoing health problems that have lasted for m [...]

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Couple injured after car smashes into wall

Couple injured after car smashes into wall

| 22/08/2018 | 8 Comments
(CNS): A woman remains in hospital in stable condition awaiting further treatment for serious injuries following a single-vehicle smash just off Shamrock Road around 9pm on Tuesday, police said Wednesday afternoon. The collision happened when the Honda CRV veered off the side of the road. Both the [...]

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Amateur cocaine dealers get 12½ years in jail

Amateur cocaine dealers get 12½ years in jail

| 22/08/2018 | 54 Comments
(CNS): Two former support staff from the Cayman Islands Department of Immigration were both given twelve and a half year jail terms on Wednesday. Magistrate Kirsty-Ann Gunn delivered her decision in Summary Court following the men’s conviction for cocaine dealing earlier this year. Stephen Way [...]

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Cayman must have a referendum on the cruise port

Cayman must have a referendum on the cruise port

| 22/08/2018 | 182 Comments
Johann Moxam writes: The proposed project and the potential consequences have the ability to negatively impact the future of the Cayman Islands. It will be the largest and most expensive capital works project in Cayman’s history. As a result the environmental, financial and socio-economic concerns [...]

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Webb sentencing deferred for seventh time

Webb sentencing deferred for seventh time

| 22/08/2018 | 24 Comments
(CNS): Cayman’s fallen football hero, Jeff Webb,  who was convicted of racketeering offences relating to his time as president of the regional football body CONCACAF, has managed to postpone his sentence for the seventh time, according to information from the US court in New York dealing with [...]

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