Archive for May 20th, 2019

Miller to offer political alternative by 2021

Miller to offer political alternative by 2021

| 20/05/2019 | 67 Comments

(CNS): As Ezzard Miller prepares to step down as leader of the opposition, a role he has held for the last two years, following an irreconcilable split with other opposition members, he is beginning to focus on shaping the Cayman Islands People’s Alliance (CIPA) in order to offer an organised, policy-based alternative to the current […]

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GT man admits having illegal gun and ammo

GT man admits having illegal gun and ammo

| 20/05/2019

(CNS): Kemar Anthony Boothe pleaded guilty to possessing an illegal gun and 15 rounds of ammunition when he appeared in Grand Court Friday. The court heard that a 9mm Smith & Wesson pistol was found at his home in Outpost Street during a search, which it is understood was part of a wider investigation. Prosecutors […]

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DEH urges residents to stop fly tipping

DEH urges residents to stop fly tipping

| 20/05/2019 | 41 Comments

(CNS): The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) is currently running a campaign to urge residents to dispose of garbage properly and to stop fly tipping. While the department is still struggling with its regular residential collection schedules, it is asking people to use the 24-hour drop-off site located at the entrance of the George Town […]

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Gov’t depts move to old Walkers building

Gov’t depts move to old Walkers building

| 20/05/2019 | 18 Comments

(CNS): The Department of Counselling Services (DCS) and two of its units have relocated to the old Walkers building, 87 West Apollo House on Mary Street, George Town, and it is understood that parts of the new WORC agency and some police departments are also expected to move there in the coming weeks. Officials confirmed […]

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West Bay woman denies stabbing charges

West Bay woman denies stabbing charges

| 20/05/2019

(CNS): Arthurlyn Diane Ebanks (49) from West Bay has denied stabbing another woman during a violent encounter in the district earlier this month. When she appeared in Grand Court Friday, Ebanks pleaded not guilty to wounding with intent in connection with an altercation at around 2:00am on Saturday, 4 May, close to Kelly’s Bar on […]

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