September 15, 2019

Daryl Cagle’s The Cage Post Cartoons & Commentary’s brilliant Cayman cartoon

From cagle.com Take a look at this attached so funny Kirk Anderson cartoon that appeared on The Cagle Post website on April 4th 2013. The cartoon has the title “PAYING TAXES: US MAIL. CAYMAN ISLANDS!”   For more on this story go to: http://www.cagle.com/2013/04/paying-taxes-us-mail-cayman-islands/#.UWS5LhnPMpw  

Pedal cyclist seriously injured in MVA

On Friday 5 April 2013 about 10:56 pm a pedal cyclist was injured along the West Bay Road* in the vicinity of Mandalay Condominiums. His condition is considered serious but stable. The cyclist was apparently riding home towards WB after work when he was struck by a truck. The driver of the truck was arrested […]

Bishop slams lottery scam and shed populist politics

Two stories concerning Jamaican and Cayman Islands Bishop Howard Gregory Bishop slams [Jamaican] government over lottery scam From Jamaica Observer Bishop Howard Gregory yesterday scolded the Jamaican Government’s response to the lottery scam, saying that it was slow to enact legislation and suggested that tough talk against the deadly practice emerged only at the same […]

Ireland: Side stepping side letters?

Article by James Gaden, MAPLES In a market where fundraising has been challenging, side letters providing tailored investment terms to investors can be a helpful tool to attract capital. Although advisors will commonly highlight issues arising with side letters, including the risks of breach of fiduciary duties or inconsistency with constituent documents, two recent cases […]

The Editor Speaks: It is not surprising but it is surprising

It is not surprising that ex Cayman Islands premier Bush made all the decisions without consulting anyone. It is not surprising that what he told the public was not exactly the truth. It is not surprising that he kept much information as he could to himself. None of this is surprising because he was a […]

Coalition For Cayman launches anti-corruption ad campaign

C4C: “We cannot let politicians continue to grow a culture of corruption in our government” Coalition for Cayman (C4C) is launching an anti-corruption advertising campaign urging Caymanian voters to refrain from selling their votes to political candidates. The advertising campaign will consist of a television ad titled “Appliances” and radio ads in the coming days. […]

Update from Martin Bridger on issues concerning Operation Tempura

Since my return from the Cayman Islands there has been a concerted campaign by the establishment to keep the truth about what happened during Operation Tempura from the public. In the next few weeks there are likely to be some significant developments in the case that will throw more light on what actually occurred in […]

Auditors General in Caribbean discuss accountability

March 25, 2013 – Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago – Caribbean region public sector auditors met in Port of Spain from March 18-21. With a theme of “collaboration to promote best audit practices”, the Caribbean Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (CAROSAI) held its ninth Congress on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the […]

Charles Clifford to run in BT as an independent

“I WILL RUN” Attorney at Law Charles “Chuckie” Clifford who is the former Minister of Tourism, Environment, Investment and Commerce and former 2nd Elected Member for the Electoral District of Bodden Town has announced that he will again be contesting a seat in Bodden Town in the upcoming election as an independent candidate. In announcing […]

Get-of-out-jail-free card for rapists in Caribbean

Posted on March 9, 2013 by redforgender Two recent cases reported in regional media demonstrate the extent of the injustice which girls who survive sexual assault face. In the Cayman Islands a judge did not award a custodial sentence for a man who plead guilty to raping** a 14-year-old girl because, “he had a wife […]