Archive for August 23rd, 2019

Immigration boss cleared in 3-year case

Immigration boss cleared in 3-year case

| 23/08/2019 | 51 Comments

(CNS): Jeannie Lewis (59), who was the assistant chief immigration officer for compliance when she was arrested three years ago, was cleared of all charges on Friday. Magistrate Kirsty-Ann Gunn acquitted Lewis after the crown failed to convince her that Lewis knew her sons were dealing drugs from her home and that an illegal immigrant, Antonio Bullard, […]

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Serial escapee lifer released from jail

Serial escapee lifer released from jail

| 23/08/2019 | 51 Comments

(CNS) UPDATED: Steve Manderson (50), who was serving a life sentence for his part in the murder of a prison guard during an incident at HMP Northward in 1993, has been released after 25 years behind bars. Manderson, who was known as a serial escapee, last jumped the prison gates in 2013. However, it emerged […]

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Charity to get CI$900 for burned dog

Charity to get CI$900 for burned dog

| 23/08/2019 | 20 Comments

(CNS): A North Side man has been ordered by a court to pay over $900 in compensation to the Cayman Islands Humane Society following his conviction for causing unnecessary suffering and failing to exercise proper care and supervision of a dog that was very badly burned on his property. James Challenger and his son Andrei […]

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Ministry adapts UK primary curriculum

Ministry adapts UK primary curriculum

| 23/08/2019 | 73 Comments

(CNS): When government primary schools open next week, children will be following a new curriculum, government officials have said. The Ministry of Education has adopted and adapted the English national curriculum, which officials have said includes localized social studies that will see children learning about Cayman history and culture. The official announcement was made at […]

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Pop-up bar appears set for big crowds

Pop-up bar appears set for big crowds

| 23/08/2019 | 89 Comments

(CNS): With what appears to be well over 250 sun loungers, dozens of picnic tables, cabanas and many other seating units, a new pop-up resort on Dart property along Seven Mile Beach seems set to cater to significant crowds. Located between the Dart family home and Royal Palms, Coral Beach is due to formally open […]

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