April 4, 2020

Destination of the week

Mother’s Day in Barbados Mother’s Day is celebrated on the 10th of May this year. This is one of the most beautiful holidays when people around the world celebrate those brave and wonderful women who gave us birth and who love us the most. Naturally, Barbados is one of the countries where people will show […]

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights rules Jamaica’s “Buggery” law incompatible with American Convention on Human Rights

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) ruled yesterday that Jamaica’s colonial-era ban on same-sex relations, known as the “anti-buggery” law, is incompatible with the American Convention on Human Rights. The Commission recommended that the law be repealed, and instructed the country to pay reparations to the plaintiffs in the case. Same-sex relations have been […]

Why the Guaynese should reject the LGBT political agenda

February 26, 2020:  The Caribbean CAUSE, a regional group consisting of individuals and groups from sixteen (16) Caribbean territories including Guyana note with concern an article by Lisa Hamilton, “Political parties promise to champion LGBTQ rights” published in the Guyana Chronicle on February 25, 2020 (https://guyanachronicle.com/2020/02/25/political-parties-promise-to-champion-lgbtq-rights). This is of concern because Guyana will be holding elections […]

Cayman: Girl Time!

Girl Time! Girl Time! is our newest programme and will be a fun, interactive group, where girls can safely explore common issues and how to manage them.  It is for girls aged 11-15 years.To book contact 949 7065 or email [email protected]#ChatterboxCaymanwww.chatterboxcayman.com #ChatterboxCaymanWe are here to help!www.chatterboxcayman.com

More sex partners increases cancer risk

From Newsmax If you need more than two hands to count the number of lovers you’ve had in your life, new research suggests you might want to worry about your cancer risk. People who have had 10 or more sexual partners had higher odds of being diagnosed with cancer than those who were less sexually […]

Cayman: Motorists advised to exercise caution during Valentine’s Mile, Sun 16 February

From RCIPS Race Caribbean will be hosting their annual Valentine’s Mile road race on Sunday, 16 February at 4:00PM. Participants will start at Goring Avenue and travel south onto Walkers Road then west onto Memorial Avenue, north onto South Church Street and east onto Warwick Drive,ending at Bayshore Mall. The event is expected to be completed by 4:30PM Motorists are advised […]

Destinations for love

On this Valentine’s Day celebrate love. This day will be a special day, even for those who are single. It won’t be about avoiding the romantic surroundings but rather adapting and enjoying every single moment of the day with yourself and feed on self-love.   Alamo Rent A Car encourages you to not fear the decision to […]

The Editor speaks: The Colours are raised. Battle is set to commence

International law absolutely requires a ship of war to fly its ensign at the commencement of any hostile acts, i.e., before firing on the enemy. During battle there is no purpose in striking the colours other than to indicate surrender. Nailing the colours to the mast is a traditional sign of defiance, indicating that the […]

Colours Cayman: Letter to the Premier detailing our analysis of the impacts of minorities and Human Rights by the proposed Constitutional reform

To: Hon Premier Alden McLaughlin, Colours Cayman is disappointed that you did not find the time to discuss our concerns regarding the detrimental impact on minorities and human rights that will inevitably be caused by the proposed constitutional reform. Allow us then to illustrate in detail how the proposed constitutional reform threatens to undermine the […]

Colours Cayman: Constitutional Reforms – How do the Government and Opposition Leader propose that we secure our constitutional rights and freedoms? – Open letter to H.E. The Governor

Open Letter to the Governor, Issued by Colours Cayman, 3 February 2020 GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS, 3 February 2020: “Your Excellency, “As you are very well aware the UK is a parliamentary democracy. In contrast, the Cayman Islands is a constitutional democracy. This is a difference that our local politicians are struggling to grasp. In […]