Archive for September 13th, 2019

One injured after shooting in George Town

One injured after shooting in George Town

| 13/09/2019 | 23 Comments

(CNS): The RCIPS has reported that one man was injured and is currently receiving medical treatment for what is believed to be a gunshot wound following an incident in George Town Friday night. Police said they were informed of a shooting incident near Sound Way just after 9pm tonight, 13 September.  Police are currently on […]

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Fraudsters try to scam local booze stores

Fraudsters try to scam local booze stores

| 13/09/2019 | 8 Comments

(CNS): A local liquor store suspicious of a large order placed by someone claiming to represent an oil and gas company in California alerted the RCIPS Financial Crime Unit to the scam, which police believe relates to stolen credit cards. Following the report from the store, police learned that other stores had been caught out […]

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Court managers under investigation

Court managers under investigation

| 13/09/2019 | 36 Comments

(CNS): Deputy Governor Franz Manderson has confirmed that “an active review” of human resource “concerns” is underway at the courthouse, but no staff members have been suspended. Earlier this week CNS learned from sources at the Cayman Islands Judicial Administration that complaints had been made about at least two members of the management team regarding […]

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Fire crew returns to dump as hot spot smoulders

Fire crew returns to dump as hot spot smoulders

| 13/09/2019 | 26 Comments

(CNS): Firefighters were dispatched to the George Town landfill again on Thursday night after smoke began emerging from near the location of last week’s fire earlier in the day. The crews worked through the night to ensure the hot spot did not reignite, after an assessment confirmed smoke was visible near to the previous fire […]

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7MB threatened by dock, say scientists

7MB threatened by dock, say scientists

| 13/09/2019 | 151 Comments

(CNS): Scientists at the Central Caribbean Marine Institute on Little Cayman have warned that the removal and destruction of bedrock, coral and sand to make way for the proposed cruise dock will have a long term negative impact on Seven Mile Beach as well as the wider health of the local marine environment. The world-respected […]

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