Archive for Nov 20th, 2018

Three new acting judges added to bench

Three new acting judges added to bench

| 20/11/2018 | 21 Comments
(CNS): The new Cayman Islands governor, Martyn Roper, has made his first appointments to the local bench with three new justices. Judge Aileen Downey, Simon Russell Flint QC, and Hugh Southey QC will be added to the existing panel of acting Grand Court judges who help support the growing court dock [...]

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Work underway on new national plan

Work underway on new national plan

| 20/11/2018 | 39 Comments
(CNS): Many years after the government, in accordance with its own laws, should have begun reviewing the existing development plan for Grand Cayman, the Department of Planning is now working on updating the island-wide plan, which is intended to guide the physical development and overall use of lan [...]

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Witnesses wanted to violent assault on woman

Witnesses wanted to violent assault on woman

| 20/11/2018 | 4 Comments
(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is looking for witnesses to an assault on a woman at Smith Cove during an early morning public altercation on Sunday. Police arrested a 31-year-old man from George Town on suspicion of assault after the incident, in which he is accused of punching a wom [...]

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Fatal crash lands drunk driver in jail

Fatal crash lands drunk driver in jail

| 20/11/2018 | 26 Comments
(CNS): Warren Samuel Hogarth (56) from North Side was jailed Tuesday for two years and five months and disqualified from driving for five years following his conviction for causing the death of Denvil Mitchell (40) by dangerous driving in 2016. As he delivered his sentence ruling, visiting judge, A [...]

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WORC bill gets full backing of MLAs

WORC bill gets full backing of MLAs

| 20/11/2018 | 55 Comments
(CNS): The Legislative Assembly has given its backing to overhaul the current immigration system with the introduction of a new labour agency dealing with the management of work permits as well as the development of local workers. In the LA on Monday, Premier Alden McLaughlin said the bill to create [...]

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