Archive for February 1st, 2019

Cyclist lands in hospital after GT collision

Cyclist lands in hospital after GT collision

| 01/02/2019 | 25 Comments

(CNS): A cyclist was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries 0n Friday, after a lunchtime collision on Thomas Russell Avenue in George Town, close to the CNB roundabout. Police said that at around 1pm, a Mitsubishi Chariot travelling southbound from Thomas Russell Avenue towards the roundabout collided with the cyclist, who was attempting to cross the […]

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Brac officer steps in as acting fire boss

Brac officer steps in as acting fire boss

| 01/02/2019 | 41 Comments

(CNS): Divisional Officer Witney Tatum, from the Cayman Brac Fire Station, has been appointed as the acting chief fire officer, ministry officials confirmed Friday, the day after David Hails departed the job. Government is currently in the process of recruiting an interim fire chief for twelve months to fill the top post after Hails’ contract […]

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Christmas confirmed as last sighting of missing man

Christmas confirmed as last sighting of missing man

| 01/02/2019 | 22 Comments

(CNS): Police have now confirmed that Eral Keith Whitely (72) from George Town has been missing for more than one month. Following extensive inquiries since 22 January, when family members first reported to the RCIPS that the elderly homeless man was missing, they now believe that the last confirmed sighting of Whitely was on 26 December […]

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No answer to lack of prosecutions from FRA

No answer to lack of prosecutions from FRA

| 01/02/2019 | 68 Comments

(CNS): The director of the Cayman Islands Financial Reporting Authority, Robert James Berry, has agreed with Public Accounts Committee Chairman Ezzard Miller that there is a perception by international agencies that, despite having an impressive amount of agreements and reporting mechanisms in place, Cayman is failing to prosecute financial criminals. When asked why more bankers […]

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