Archive for November 17th, 2020

Women stabbed in laundromat rumble

Women stabbed in laundromat rumble

| 17/11/2020 | 19 Comments

(CNS): Two women were treated for serious stab wounds on Monday evening after a laundromat argument turned violent. Police are investigating the fight that took place at the facility on Kennedy Drive in George Town at around 7:45pm yesterday and resulted in both women, who are residents on the island, being badly injured. The women […]

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Latest COVID-19 tests all negative

Latest COVID-19 tests all negative

| 17/11/2020 | 7 Comments

(CNS): There were no new positive cases of COVID-19 Tuesday, when the results of just 86 tests carried out over the last day were released by Medical Officer of Health Dr Samuel Williams-Rodriguez. There are currently 14 active cases of coronavirus in people in isolation or government quarantine, with just one individual having mild symptoms.

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CMR owner admits swearing during protest

CMR owner admits swearing during protest

| 17/11/2020 | 61 Comments

(CNS): Sandra Hill, the owner of Cayman Marl Road, has pleaded guilty to the final charge in a list of cases prosecutors have pursued against her recently relating to posts on her website. Hill has admitted she used bad language while reporting on a land dispute protest last year. But the crown has now dropped […]

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Cops urge social media users to report sex crimes

Cops urge social media users to report sex crimes

| 17/11/2020 | 10 Comments

(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is urging people on social media to report alleged sex crimes to their officers after accusations of inappropriate sexual behaviour by a local promoter were circulating somewhere in the local cyberspace. No details have been revealed by the police, who added that safeguarding measures will be put in […]

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7MB projects facing ups and downs

7MB projects facing ups and downs

| 17/11/2020 | 73 Comments

(CNS): The government’s dependence on continuous development to sustain the economy in Grand Cayman has faced some ups and downs over the last few weeks on existing and proposed projects in the Seven Mile Beach area. The Westin Resort owners’ plan for a 10-storey tower has been rejected, the approval of a budget hotel near […]

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Ethics code needed to stop MPs abusing privilege

Ethics code needed to stop MPs abusing privilege

| 17/11/2020 | 32 Comments

(CNS): The Human Rights Commission is calling on politicians to adopt a code of conduct following complaints about the abuse of privilege during past debates on LGBT rights in the Legislative Assembly. In a letter to members, HRC Chairperson Dale Crowley said the privilege they enjoy should not be used to create the divisiveness witnessed […]

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