April 22, 2019

Archives for August 15, 2018

JP services offered in the Lobby of Cayman Islands Administration Building

Civil Servants and members of the general public will no longer need to search for the services of a Justice of the Peace (JP) – at least not on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday, because they will be able to locate one in the lobby of the Government Administration Building between 9 am and noon. […]

The Editor Speaks: Iggie hunters.

I must admit I am surprised there was as many as forty-four responses to the Cayman Islands Department of Environment’s call for Iggie Hunters. The need for the culling of our green iguanas has been recognized for a number of years now but very little has been done to curb the increasing numbers. There is […]

Two Vehicle Break-Ins and One Theft from a Vehicle Reported to Cayman Islands police, 13 August

From RCIPS Two Vehicle Break-Ins and One Theft from a Vehicle Reported, 13 August The RCIPS is informing the public of three incidents involving theft or attempted theft from vehicles which were reported earlier this week. On Monday, 13 August, police received two reports that cars were broken into at an address on Sunrise Boulevard, […]

Cayman Islands: Watler & Hislop Services Ltd to upgrade dining area at Miss Nadine’s Pre-school

The students of Miss Nadine’s Pre-School can look forward to an improved dining area thanks to the generous community sponsorship of heavy equipment and drilling contractors Watler and Hislop Services Ltd. Miss Nadine’s Pre-school is currently managed by the National Council of Voluntary Organizations (NCVO), one of Cayman’s longest running charities. NCVO Director Angela Sealey […]

Regional Work-planning Meeting for Child Protection Focal Points

Port of Spain: On 14th August 2018, the Office of the Prime Minister (Gender and Child Affairs) together with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) hosted the first Regional Work-Planning Meeting for Child Protection Focal Points in the Caribbean. This meeting which takes place from August 14 to 16, 2018, will engage eleven (11) Regional […]

Bring Back Governor Choudhury – expanded signing locations

A people initiated action in the best interests of the Cayman Islands Petition Signing Locations In response to public support for the “Bring Back Governor Choudhury” petition, signing locations are at the following: A. L. Thompson Home Depot (North Sound Way) Rayburn Ebanks (Smith Road Fruit Vendor, Smith Road, George Town) Foster’s Food Fair stores, […]

Further developments in litigation funding in the Cayman Islands

By Nick Hoffman & Lachlan Greig, Harneys From Lexology Cayman Islands August 14 2018 Late last year, we reported on the watershed decision of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands in A Company v A Funder (unreported, 23 November 2017), which opened the door to third party funding of litigation in the Cayman Islands. […]

4 Uses for beer

4 Uses for beer and none of them include drinking it Courtesy of KitchenAid Benjamin Franklin once brilliantly said “beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy” and we couldn’t agree more with this phrase. It’s not only a delicious drink, but it’s also made with natural and low-cost ingredients […]

UK – Westminster crash: Salih Khater named as suspect

From BBC The man arrested on suspicion of terror offences after a car crashed outside the Houses of Parliament has been named as Salih Khater by government sources. The 29-year-old British citizen, originally from Sudan, has also been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, Met Police said on Wednesday. He came to the UK as […]

German teachers, students struggle with rising number of anti-Semitic incidents

From WN German schools have been told to take action on anti-Semitic hate crimes and bullying following several incidents involving Jewish students in the capital Berlin, Britain’s Daily Mail reports. Earlier this year, a teenage boy at an international school in Berlin was subjected to months of bullying for being Jewish, while a Jewish girl […]