Archive for December 5th, 2019

Premier claims activists don’t want vote

Premier claims activists don’t want vote

| 05/12/2019 | 104 Comments

(CNS): The Cruise Port Referendum activists have confirmed their continued commitment to the referendum and to press on with demands that government supply the people with the necessary information needed before they go to the polls. However, Premier Alden McLaughlin has accused the campaigners and the National Trust of not wanting the vote, after the […]

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Cops find ganja hidden in car bumper

Cops find ganja hidden in car bumper

| 05/12/2019 | 25 Comments

(CNS): The police discovered more than 100 small packages of ganja hidden in the front bumper of a car at a George Town restaurant on Saturday night. Police said the drugs were found with the help of a K-9 Unit dog, Shadow, who was on patrol with officers in School Road around 10pm when the […]

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Cousteau signs Carnival deal, gets over deep port concern

Cousteau signs Carnival deal, gets over deep port concern

| 05/12/2019 | 132 Comments

(CNS): Jean-Michel Cousteau of the Ocean Futures Society, who expressed his deep concerns about the impact of the Cayman Islands Government’s cruise port project on the reefs in George Town Harbour, has walked back those reservations. The change of heart comes after he appears to have signed a lucrative deal with Carnival Corporation, one of […]

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‘Dirty gold’ was proceeds of crime, says QC

‘Dirty gold’ was proceeds of crime, says QC

| 05/12/2019

(CNS): James Hines QC said $6 million worth of ‘dirty gold’ transferred through the Cayman Islands by a group of Venezuelan nationals earlier this year derived from a crime that has not been identified. But opening the crown’s case against five defendants accused of money laundering and conspiracy to conceal criminal property, Hines told the […]

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