July 16, 2018

Lana Turner’s gangster boyfriend pulled a gun on Sean Connery. It didn’t end well

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By Goran Blazeski From Vintage News The year is 1957, and the place is London. Co-stars Lana Turner and Sean Connery are filming Another Time, Another Place, and everything seems to be going as planned … until Turner’s gangster boyfriend shows up uninvited on the set. Wise guys don’t need an invitation to cause trouble, and Turner’s boyfriend, Johnny […]

The brother of a Colombian soccer player who was killed after scoring an own goal fears for the lives of the country’s 2018 World Cup stars

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By Alan Dawson From Business Insider The Colombian national soccer team was dumped out of the World Cup on Tuesday. Colombia lost to England after a nail-biting penalty shootout, a result that led to death threats on social media. The concerning messages arrived near the 24th anniversary of Andrés Escobar’s murder. The Colombian defender was […]

Pastor writes book on history of Baptist Church in Cayman Islands

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Well-known local pastor Randy Von Kanel, senior pastor of the Cayman Islands Baptist Church, has written a book chronicling the origin and history of the Baptist witness and church in the Cayman Islands. Titled ‘Our Baptist Story: From England to the Cayman Islands’, the publication records the over 130-year history of Baptists in the Cayman […]

Clamor for Independence grows in British Caribbean Territories as UK advances restrictive sanctions, Anti-Money Laundering Bill

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From teleSUR “People realize the days of being dictated to by England need to come to an end,” said Thomas Christopher Famous, an MP from Bermuda. Discontent is growing across a number of British overseas territories in the Caribbean, with the citizens in some islands even reigniting the call for independence, following the United Kingdom […]

Baloy makes history for Panama in loss to England

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From Concacaf Panama 24 Jun 2018 NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia – Felipe Baloy made history by scoring Panama’s first ever FIFA World Cup goal in a 6-1 defeat to England in Group G action on Sunday at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. Despite the historic strike from the 37-year-old DF, Panama (0W-0D-2L, 1GF, 9GC) […]

The Editor Speaks: Why we should be proud of our Coat of Arms

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Yesterday (Mon 4), saw the beginning of the “Celebrate Cayman” 60 years celebration of the Cayman Islands Coat of Arms. Captain Owen Farrington, a Vestryman who was serving in office when the Cayman Islands was granted its own coat of arms in 1958, unveiled the new replacement warrant, which recently arrived from the United Kingdom. […]

Cricket teams from England and India will tour the Caribbean in 2019

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BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life The Caribbean region has been given an opportunity to bid for Test, One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 matches between the West Indies and England also India next year. This was revealed by Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Dave Cameron, during a recent trip to Trinidad and Tobago. While […]

ESPN Caribbean to air live coverage of England’s international and domestic cricket

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(ESPN) ESPN Caribbean and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) yesterday announced a new five-year agreement for exclusive multimedia rights to the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) from 2018 to 2022. As part of the agreement, ESPN will air live coverage in the Caribbean of all international and domestic cricket played in England […]

Grenada prime minister to seek new referendum on Caribbean Court of Justice

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BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life Grenada Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell will again be pursuing a referendum on the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the island’s final court of appeal. He said a second referendum will be held at the end of the year after 12,653 Grenadians voted against it in a referendum […]

The Editor Speaks: Did you forget St George’s Day?

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Last Monday 23rd April was St. George’s Day. Did I mention it in an Editorial? No. Did I forget it? No. Did I celebrate it? No. However, I did visit a St George’s Day event held on that day. Where was it? At St George’s Anglican Church. From 6pm until 10pm. Was it good? I […]