PUBLISHED: 11:59 14 June 2018 Katie Ridley Cambridge Crown Court Archant Kai Nazir, appeared at Cambridge Crown court today (Thursaday) for a pre trial review. St Neots man Kai Nazir, appeared at Cambridge Crown court today (Thursday) for a pre-trial review. The 20-year-old, from St Neots, has denied a double-stabbing at Cambourne, in which one man died and another was seriously injured. Nazir, of The Crescent, appeared via video link and wore a blue sweatshirt. He was represented by John Grefstad. He is charged with murder, attempted murder, grievous bodily harm with intent and having a bladed article, all of which he denies. The charges relate to an incident outside the Monkfield Arms pub at 12.35am on October 31, which left 30-year-old Chris West dead and Daniel Berryman, seriously injured. A post mortem examination revealed Mr West died as the result of a stab wound to the heart. In the days after the incident, Mr West’s family described him as a “big and … [Read more...] about Trial date set for St Neots man Kai Nazir who has denied murder of Chris West
Want to read more?We value our content and our journalists, so to get full access to all your local news updated 7-days-a-week – PLUS an e-edition of the Oban Times – subscribe today for as little as 56 pence per week. Subscribe NowHis good looks and the cheeky wee twinkle in his eye saw 15-month-old Kai Duncan Laverty, from Caol, sweep all before him in the Lochaber Times Bonnie Babies competition for 2018. Kai’s delighted parents, Kenny and Linda, live in Fern Court in Caol, and have four other children – Kai’s older brothers Connor, Kyle and Aaron, plus big sister Shannon. The couple now receive £500 thanks to Kai and are hoping to use it to improve their garden for the benefit of their family.‘We were delighted when the editor phoned to say Kai had won – over the moon in fact,’ said Linda, who works at the Moorings Hotel at Banavie. Linda says Kai never stops. ‘He’s a very happy wee boy, full of beans and always … [Read more...] about Caol’s Kai is the bonniest baby of them all!
WAYNE Rooney’s son Kai keeps his eye on the fall as he takes a ride on a jetboard. The youngster, eight, blasted off on the device during a family getaway in Barbados. It works by shooting water downwards to shoot the thrill-seeker up in the air. The Everton midfielder is enjoying a break with wife Coleen, both 32, and their kids Kai, Klay, five, Kit, two, and three-month-old Cass. MOST READ IN BIZARREGREYDIO 1 Greg James sees Radio 1's Breakfast Show complete the journey from wild to mild 'HOLIDAY FROM HELL' Shane Richie, 54, is suing Thomas Cook after 'horrendous' family break FIRST AID Poldark's Aidan Turner thrills fans by stripping off in series 4’s opening scene BLANC SPACE Top Gear's Matt LeBlanc quits sparking turmoil and Jodie Kidd could replace him tango & cash Here's how new Strictly pro Johannes' life is a real rags-to-riches story dream team Lionel Richie to record with Ed Sheeran as the pair hit it off at Ivor awards Everton striker Wayne Rooney arrives … [Read more...] about Thrill-seeker Kai Rooney, 8, blasts off on a jetboard during family getaway in Barbados
Despite the strength of local public feeling about the abandonment of the Orihuela Costa by the current Orihuela government, and in particular the delays that are being experienced with the construction of the long-promised Emergency Centre, the turnout at the Playa Flamenca Town Hall on Tuesday, where Nicola Faucett, the mother of 9 year old Kai Fawcett-Bradshaw handed in a petition was extremely disappointing. Kai, of course, was the young boy who recently lost his life on La Zenia beach, after a freak accident while playing beach football, where the ambulance service took 40 minutes to arrive at the scene, having travelled from a hospital located 35 kilometres away. The petition of over 2,200 signatures, gathered from Orihuela Costa residents, calls for the completion of the Emergency Services Centre located directly in La Zenia. To date it has taken more than 9 years to get to the stage where we are, and despite pitiful promise after promise by our local politicians, it is still … [Read more...] about Petition inspired by Kai handed in to Town Hall
Jojo Santo Tomas [email protected] Published 6:21 p.m. UTC May 31, 2018 Managing a busy high school career that was full of academic, athletic and civic activities could have been more challenging than it was, if Kai Akimoto didn't enjoy everything he did. The 18-year-old son of Dr. Vince and Melissa Akimoto and graduate of Father Duenas Memorial School played varsity baseball for four years and also collected loads of leadership and academic achievements. More: Shieh scholar athlete awards finalists announced More: Michael Min sets high standard in academics, athletics In his senior year, Akimoto earned championships in rugby, baseball and football, as well as All-Island selections. As a volunteer, Akimoto aligned with the Guam Medical Association, the Feed25 movement, the Guam San Jose homeless shelter and Toys for Tots, among many others. Kai Akimoto will attend Macalester College in Minnesota in the fall. Q&A with Kai Akimoto Q: How do you connect … [Read more...] about Kai Akimoto strives for excellence in all aspects