Archive for March 19th, 2019

Owners urged to secure cars after five break-ins

Owners urged to secure cars after five break-ins

| 19/03/2019 | 28 Comments

(CNS): Vehicle owners are being urged not to leave valuables in their cars and to park them in secure well-lit places after police received five reports of break-ins since Sunday. Two cars parked on Old Crewe Road were broken into on Sunday, and three more were broken into overnight Monday and early Tuesday in the […]

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900lbs of ganja seized from armed smugglers

900lbs of ganja seized from armed smugglers

| 19/03/2019 | 79 Comments

(CNS) UPDATED: Three Jamaican men have been charged with importation of ganja and other serious offences after an ocean chase and a massive drug haul seizure, Monday. One of the men has also been charged with possession of an imitation firearm with intent, and a reckless and negligent Act, while another has been charged with […]

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Inspectors: Prospect improves as Savannah struggles

Inspectors: Prospect improves as Savannah struggles

| 19/03/2019 | 27 Comments

(CNS): Education inspectors have found that Prospect Primary School is improving, though it fell short of receiving a ‘good’ result because of a few areas that still need work, but Savannah Primary is still struggling. While Prospect was rated ‘satisfactory’ overall with many areas found to be ‘good’, Savannah was ‘weak’ in the majority of […]

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Brexit buffoonery mounts as EU waivers on extension

Brexit buffoonery mounts as EU waivers on extension

| 19/03/2019 | 23 Comments

(CNS): With MPs in Prime Minister Theresa May’s own government referring to her Brexit deal as a “polished turd” and saying that the situation could be described as a “pig’s ear, a dog’s dinner or a cat’s arse”, the PM has written to European leaders to ask for an extension on the date that Britain […]

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Carnival raises more cruise port concerns

Carnival raises more cruise port concerns

| 19/03/2019 | 77 Comments

(CNS): Local activists opposed to government’s proposed cruise berthing facility have raised concerns about the latest actions of Carnival cruise line both across the region and here locally after it dropped a Caribbean island from its itineraries and pulled out of business with at least one long-standing local watersports company in the Cayman Islands. Last […]

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