July 23, 2021

iNews Briefs & Community Events (From BIG FISH 95.5)

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Cayman Islands: CarePay corruption trial – Rodrigues acquitted Miriam Rodrigues who was charged with transferring criminal property, or money laundering, was acquitted on Tuesday (12) after the presiding judge directed the jury to find Rodrigues not guilty. Rodrigues had been because she collected cheques from the Health Services Authority for AIS (Cayman) Ltd, which she […]

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T&T: Gang leader, shooter killed instantly By Gyasi Gonzales From Trinidad Express Port of Spain TRINIDAD and Tobago’s murder toll jumped yesterday [Jan7] as four men were shot dead in separate incidents in less than 24 hours. The bloodshed included a gunman who shot a suspected gang leader in broad daylight then was himself killed […]

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No vote for long-term overseas residents By Simon Jones From The Royal Gazette The Bermuda Government has no plans to extend voting rights to Bermudians living permanently abroad. At the end of last year, absentee ballots allowing students to vote were proposed for the new legislative year by the One Bermuda Alliance. However, Michael Fahy, […]

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  London’s black cabs become moving traffic billboards By Jamie Rigg from engadget Black cabs are being fitted with digital signage that broadcasts traffic warnings. Driving around London can be nightmarish at the best of times, but no more so than when you end up sandwiched in an inescapable gridlock. Transport for London’s latest tech […]