Archive for October 6th, 2019

Gang accused of gold smuggling all deny charges

Gang accused of gold smuggling all deny charges

| 06/10/2019

(CNS): Five men who have been charged with smuggling around $6 million of gold through the Cayman Islands have all now denied the various list of allegations, including money laundering, and will go on trial next month. Pedro Jose Benavides Natera, Juan Carlos Gonzales Infante, Daniel Alberto Aguilar Ferriozi, Francisco Antonio Di Ventura Herrera and […]

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Commerce minister sells Cayman in Monaco

Commerce minister sells Cayman in Monaco

| 06/10/2019 | 36 Comments

(CNS): Joey Hew, the minister for commerce and infrastructure, was the keynote speaker at the Mare Forum in Monaco recently, where he told wealthy superyacht owners that Cayman was open for business and that the portfolio of mega yachts operating under the Cayman Red Standard was growing. He told the the audience that Cayman was […]

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New diversion plan set for Monday morning jam

New diversion plan set for Monday morning jam

| 06/10/2019 | 65 Comments

(CNS): As the ministry responsible for roads and infrastructure along with the police continue to wrestle with the best way to address the mounting traffic congestion from the east, the RCIPS traffic unit has announced another new traffic diversion for Monday. Anton Bodden Drive will be temporarily closed to westbound traffic between 6:00 and 8:00am […]

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