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21 Feb/2020

Driver badly hurt in Bodden Town crash

(CNS): The police have now revised their report about the health of a driver involved in a serious smash in Bodden Town earlier this week. Officers have now confirmed that the victim was a woman, and not a man as first implied, and that she was not discharged from George Town Hospital but was transferred […]
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21 Feb/2020

Could court ruling see port project dropped?

(CNS): Opposition leader Arden McLean has said it is time for government to drop the cruise port project and get on with more important things. Citing widespread opposition, the destruction of our natural resources and the government’s failure to justify the business case, he questioned the motivation for even taking the process this far....
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19 Feb/2020

Premier plans appeal over port vote ruling

(CNS): Premier Alden McLaughlin issued a very short statement in the wake of Justice Tim Owen’s ruling Wednesday, in which he confirmed that government would be taking advantage of the judge’s offer to grant leave to appeal in the case. Despite the damning findings of the judge about how government handled the case, McLaughlin showed...
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19 Feb/2020

Gov’t must pass general law before any PIR

(CNS): In Justice Tim Owen’s full ruling on the successful judicial review brought by Shirley Roulstone, a leading member of the Cruise Port Referendum (CPR) group, he outlined the necessity of a general framework law to be in place before any bespoke legislation can be brought setting a date and question for a people-initiated referendum...
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19 Feb/2020

Shirley triumphs in port challenge

(CNS): Shirley Roulstone, a leading member of the campaign for a people’s referendum on the proposed cruise project, emerged victorious on Wednesday after Justice Tim Owen QC allowed her judicial challenge to the government’s referendum law for the port. He said the law drawn up by government was, as argued, unconstitutional. Owen...
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19 Feb/2020

Cove’s waived planning permission ‘missing’

(CNS): Despite revelations that Cabinet has waived the requirement for planning permission for the Smith Barcadere Project, there is no sign of the necessary gazette required to make the waiver lawful. While Cabinet has the power to grant a planning permission exemption, and is understood to have done so “in the public interest”...
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18 Feb/2020

Car smashes into wall in Pease Bay

(CNS): A driver had a lucky escape Monday afternoon after the silver Honda Accord he was driving east on Bodden Town Road smashed into a wall. Police said the single-vehicle crash happened just before 4:00pm on 17 February in the Pease Bay area. Emergency services were called and he was taken to the Cayman Islands […]
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17 Feb/2020

Two primary schools show improvement

(CNS): Two government primary schools achieved ‘satisfactory’ grades during their recent follow-through reviews by school inspectors. Both East End and Red Bay had shown improvement, and although both received long lists of recommendations for further progress, the inspectors from the Office of Education Standards said the schools...
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17 Feb/2020

Legal aid refused in ‘secret’ Dart beach access fight

(CNS): The battle to retain the natural beauty of Smith Cove and keep the place accessible to locals is one of several ongoing beach access fights the public is now engaged in. As access to the famous Seven Mile Beach for ordinary people has virtually disappeared, a group of women from West Bay, who believe […]
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