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Archives for April 14, 2019

Cayman Islands police issue advice to the public after 7 DUI Arrests made this past weekend, 12 April

From RCIPS This past weekend, 5 – 7 April, RCIPS officers arrested 7 persons on suspicion of DUI as a result of ongoing traffic enforcement efforts. Two of the persons arrested had a blood alcohol content of over twice the legal limit, and all of those arrested, if convicted, face the prospect of losing their […]

Cayman Islands on a budget

The Cayman Islands is an autonomous British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea. It is the second-most populated British overseas territory after Bermuda. The territory is often considered a major world offshore financial haven for international businesses and many wealthy individuals. The Cayman Islands is an exotic destination that attracts many people from all over […]

Cayman Airways considers options for its grounded Boeing 737 MAX 8s

From Airline Watch George Town – Cayman Airways is considering all options to make sure its operations remain uninterrupted. Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell made the statement above during a discussion in the Legislative Assembly when he was asked the fate of the Boeing 737 MAX jets in the Cayman Airways’ fleet. Cayman Airways currently has […]

Cayman Islands’ National Gallery News and Events

Cayman’s 1st Biennial Awards Ceremony The National Gallery welcomed Biennial artists and guests on 10 April for the inaugural Cayman Islands Biennial Awards Ceremony. The evening was designed to formally recognise four of the exhibiting artists- two awardees and two runners up – while ultimately celebrating all 42 of the participating Biennial artists and their […]

The Editor speaks” Why does a joke get more criticism than a direct appeal to obstruct a lawful ceremony? Hypocrisy!!

It just baffles me that 160 people can comment on a joke they considered in poor taste (on the CNS website). However, a directive from an MLA to cause a disturbance by attending uninvited to a same-sex wedding and objecting, passes by with hardly a comment. There is not even a condemnation from a single […]

Petition: Keep Marriage Definition in the Cayman Islands to remain between one man and one woman

Cayman Islands People-Intitiated Referendums PETITION UPDATE LGBT radical sex education curriculum being pushed in overseas public schools on 5-year old children 12 APR 2019 —  QUOTED (0:58 through 7:46 in the video you can download at web link below): “It’s called SOGI for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identification, a curriculum that teaches public school children […]

Cayman Islands: Measles awareness urged

From Cayman Islands Public Health Department International health body, the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO), recently alerted health departments around the Caribbean to be on the lookout for measles and rubella as a precaution.  In light of this, the Public Health Department of the Cayman Islands is issuing   an alert to the community of the […]

Gordon Barlow: A line in the sand…

By Gordon Barlow Cayman has a relatively high international profile; that’s no secret. Among Offshore tax-havens we are in the top ten most-recognised, and in some categories in the top five. Financial moguls keep our name alive everywhere – in newspapers, novels and movies, in comic strips and late-night talk-shows. Cruise-ship tourists wear T-shirts that […]

Cayman Islands: “Delivering Government’s Priorities”

2020/2021 Strategic Policy Statement “Delivering Government’s Priorities” By Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin, MBE, JP, MLA 12 April, 2019 Mr. Speaker, the Honourable Minister of Finance and Economic Development earlier today laid on the table of this Honourable House, and spoke to, this Government’s 2020/2022 Strategic Policy Statement. Mr. Speaker, with your permission, I will read […]

Dive Pirates Foundation exploring Grand Cayman’s Cobalt Coast

By John Liang From Deeper Blue The Dive Pirates Foundation this week is exploring Clearly Cayman’s newly acquired Cobalt Coast as a location for seasoned adaptive divers to continue enjoying great Caribbean diving. According to foundation President Sophie Wimberley: “Cayman Brac will always be our home for our yearly trip with new adaptive divers, and with our longstanding relationship with Cayman Brac […]