December 4, 2021

iNews Briefs & Community Events

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  Costas Takkas gets reduced sentence for FIFA scandal role By Adam Rhodes Law 360 Law360, New York (December 13, 2017, 3:47 PM EST) — A New York federal judge on Tuesday credited 10 months toward the sentence of the former general secretary of the Cayman Islands Football Association for time he spent in a […]

Free up buggery! – Leader breaks ranks with many Christian colleagues

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ByJovan Johnson, Arthur Hall From Jamaica Observer Head of the Anglican Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, Bishop Howard Gregory, has broken ranks with many of his Christian brethren and urged the parliamentary committee examining the Sexual Offences Act and related laws to recommend the removal of the offence of buggery from the law […]

Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands launches Boys’ Home rebuilding fund after fire

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From ACNS The Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands is appealing for donations after a boys’ home that it ran for more than fifty years was completely destroyed by a fire. The cause of the blaze, at the Clifton Boy’s Home, in Westmoreland, is unknown. Immediately after the fire, last month, the 29 residents […]

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Update: Cayman Islands Shooting Incidents on Monday, 26 December From RCIPS he two victims in two separate shooting incidents that occurred on Monday, 26 December, near the Fete Night Club on West Bay Road and Super C’s Restaurant on Watercourse Road in West Bay, are both undergoing treatment and are in stable condition. Police are […]

The Editor Speaks: St Luke

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How many readers knew that last Saturday (18) was St Luke’s Day? So what? Well, St Luke was the writer of the third of the Bible’s New Testament Gospels and he was a physician. With the raging diseases that the world is having difficulty in controlling at present and I mention only two – Ebola […]

PIN students awarded

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GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin congratulated a dozen students Thursday night who successfully completed the Positive Intervention Now programme at St. George’s Anglican Church. After offering them words of encouragement, Mr. McLaughlin presented Danielle Bryan her Overall Student Award. Each student was awarded for their attendance and achievement and heard words […]

Crikey Moses was a cracking musical treat

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On Saturday (3) the kids of St George’s Anglican Church performed “Crikey Moses”, a children’s musical that tells the Biblical story of Moses in a fun way with rocky songs that entertained the audience for around 45 minutes. It was a very entertaining time and it was nice to see a reasonable sized audience at […]

A new sports person?

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Kaiya Sade Streete-Thompson, born on 10th April 2013, was baptized a few weeks ago at St. George’s Anglican Church. As Kaiya is the daughter of Kareem Streete-Thompson, Cayman’s famous long jump and 100 metres athlete, there should be good genes for her to succeed in sports. We are sure Kareem will be keeping a watchful […]