Archive for January 28th, 2020

Water cut as authority checks damage

Water cut as authority checks damage

| 28/01/2020 | 25 Comments

(CNS) UPDATED: Water Authority customers are urged to keep checking social media and its website as water service resumes to various parts of the island. Checks have been made to pipes in George Town, parts of Bodden Town East End and North Side where water has now been restored. Customers can open their shut-off valve […]

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Man faces serious charge after bar fight

Man faces serious charge after bar fight

| 28/01/2020

(CNS): A 39-year-old man from Bodden Town is facing charges of wounding with intent in connection with serious injuries he allegedly inflicted on another man during a fight outside a central George Town bar last year. The man, who was recently arrested and then subsequently charged, was expected in court Tuesday.

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Shelters open following 7.7 earthquake

Shelters open following 7.7 earthquake

| 28/01/2020 | 154 Comments

(CNS) UPDATED 5:38pm: Government schools will be closed tomorrow to facilitate structural assessment following Tuesday afternoon’s 7.7 magnitude earthquake. The Red Cross Shelter on Huldah Avenue is opening at 6.30pm and the Aston Rutty Civic Centre on Cayman Brac is already open as a shelter in case they are needed, Hazard Management Cayman Islands have […]

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CO made misleading claims in sworn document

CO made misleading claims in sworn document

| 28/01/2020 | 101 Comments

(CNS): Chief Officer Stran Bodden made several misleading claims in an affidavit he swore was true used by lawyers representing government in the recent court case about the cruise project. Bodden said tendering was “dangerous” and was cutting down the time and money passengers were spending here, without evidence to support the claims. He said […]

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