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Archives for November 12, 2019

Cayman: East End sweeps Pirates Week Float Parade competitions

[George Town, Grand Cayman, ] – Capping up the Pirates Week Festival Office events on Monday evening (11th November) East End Heritage Committee won the top prize of $1000.00 as the winners of both the day and ‘Illumination’ night parades 2019. The float incorporated a shipwrecked boat which sat in a water pool. The sails […]

Cayman: Governor and Deputy Governor on passing of Premier’s Father

Disseminated on behalf of The Governor’s Office Statement by HE the Governor on the Passing of the Hon. Premier’s Father, Mr McNeeMcLaughlin I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of the Hon. Premier’s Father Mr McNee McLaughlin. Mr McLaughlin had a varied career over many years; teaching on the Brac and in West […]

Cayman: Collas Crill contribute to Lexology GTDT chapter

Collas Crill Cayman has contributed to the Complex Commercial Litigation chapter for Lexology, Getting The Deal Through (GTDT). Lexology GTDT is a content source covering 150 jurisdictions and 112 practice areas, and now includes Lexology Navigator. Topics covered within the chapter include; ‘How common is commercial litigation as a method of resolving high-value, complex disputes?’, […]

Cayman: 2019 Pirates Week Cardboard Boat Regatta winners announced

“Cardboard boat regatta winners announced” [George Town, Grand Cayman, ] – The Pirates Week Festival Office is pleased to announce the winners of the Cardboard Boat Regatta 2019. As usual the event was fun filled with lots of spectators watching on as teams of up to four sailors paddled their handmade carboard boats out and […]

The Editor speaks: Now the red poppy we wear is controversial

There is something very wrong in this world when a single red artificial poppy that has stood as a mark of respect for all those who have lost their lives fighting on behalf of their country, and to raise money for those whose lives have been affected by war, is now controversial. The arguments against […]

Cayman: 2019 CUC PFL/GPFL Weekly Review – Games played on Sat., November 9, 2019

CIS edge Triple C in seven goal thriller There were a number of exciting games during the sixth round of the 2019 CUC Primary Football League (PFL) and the Girls’ Primary School Football League (GPFL), which were played this past Saturday, November 9th. In Group B action, Triple C travelled to the Dart Field to […]

Appointment of Justice Margaret Ramsay-Hale to the Cayman Islands Grand Court

His Excellency the Governor, Martyn Roper, OBE is pleased to announce the appointment of Justice Margaret Ramsay-Hale as a Judge of the Grand Court.  The Judicial and Legal Services Commission (the “JLSC”) recently carried out an open recruitment process advertising the post both locally and overseas. Following a short-listing process, an interview panel interviewed five […]

Cayman: The Matrixx wins 2019 Pirates Week Song Competition

[George Town, Grand Cayman, ] – The Pirates Week Festival Office along with the Tourism Attraction Board, Ministry of Culture and the Cayman Music and Entertainers Association is proud to announce the winners of the 2019 National Song Competition. Taking first place and the $5000 cash prize at Saturday’s event (9th November) is The Matrixx […]

Cayman wreath laying London

 Cayman Islands wreath laying at Remembrance Day ceremony in London Wreaths were laid by the Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories, for the first time on Sunday, 10 November 2019. The Cayman Islands Representative to the UK and Europe was invited to lay a wreath at the National Service of Remembrance this year, to be held […]

Cayman: Statements by Acting Chief Justice and President of the Court of Appeal on passing of Sir Edward Zacca

Published by GIS on behalf of Judicial Administration Flags at the Courts Offices are flying at half-mast today (12 November 2019), to mourn the passing of the former President of the Court of Appeal Sir Edward Zacca. The Acting Chief Justice has published a statement and the current President of the Court of Appeal made […]