December 6, 2019

Judge suggests amnesty for overstayers in Cayman Islanders

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From RJR Newsonline A judge in Cayman has suggested an overstayer amnesty in that country after hearing a case involving a Jamaican on Tuesday. The balance between proper punishment and costs to the state was debated in Summary Court when the Jamaican pleaded guilty to overstaying for six years. After passing a sentence of eight […]

Cayman Islands: Her Excellency The Governor Mrs. Helen Kilpatrick, CB Christmas Message 2017

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Christmas is a special time to enjoy with our families and friends, but it is also a time for all of us to reflect on the events of the last year and to count our blessings. This year, the devastating hurricanes Irma and Maria struck the Caribbean. Once again, the Cayman Islands were spared but […]

Cayman Islanders launch hunt for their long-lost ancestors – in Cornwall

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PASTIES OF THE CARIBBEAN By Chris Richards From The Sun UK The islands were first settled by a Cornishman in the 17th century – and now the Cayman government has begun a formal search for links with the Duchy ONE is a wild, rainswept, granite peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean, the other a […]

Christmas Message 2016

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By H.E. The Governor Helen Kilpatrick Once again, we are approaching another wonderful Christmas season in the Cayman Islands. I am very much looking forward to spending Christmas here with my grown up children, and I hope that you will also be with family or friends at this special time. Christmas is a good time […]

iNews Briefs

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Cayman Islanders arrested in US for money laundering Documents on OffshoreAlert website show that Eric St-Cyr was arrested earlier this week along with his lawyer, Patrick Poulin, who is based in Turks and Caicos Islands, and Joshua Van Dyke. All three men are Canadian nationals. St-Cyr and Van Dyke all work in Grand Cayman with […]