November 15, 2019

Two homeless people die every day in England and Wales

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By Alejandro Javierre From The London Economic More than 700 homeless people in England and Wales were registered as dead during 2018, an increase of over 22 per cent since 2017. An average of two Homeless people died each day in England and Wales during 2018, data has shown. More than 700 homeless people in […]

Golf: Tiger Woods wins 2019 Masters – Reaction to ‘greatest comeback in sport’

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From BBC 3,954 days. That is how long Tiger Woods has waited to win his 15th major. In the time between the 2008 US Open and Sunday’s triumph at the Masters, Woods has gone through a series of highs and lows. The American started just 24 events in a four-year period. A public admission of infidelity and […]

Cayman Islands Certificate and Badge of Honour recipients to receive medals from HRH The Prince of Wales

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From The Cayman Islands Governor’s Office His Excellency The Governor, Martyn Roper, OBE, has announced the award of Certificates and Badges of Honour to two Caymanians who will receive their awards at the Investiture conducted by HRH The Prince of Wales tomorrow (Thursday, 28 March 2019) at Pedro St James.  Deputy Governor Franz Manderson will […]

Prince Charles and Camilla Plan a Royal Tour of the Caribbean, including a Historic Visit to Cuba (and to Cayman Islands)

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by Chloe Foussianes From Town & Country Magazine Pince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, have quite the trip planned for later this spring. From the March 17-29, the royal couple will be traveling through the Caribbean, visiting a whopping six different countries and one overseas territory. As a part of their tour, Charles and Camilla will […]

Appointments to the Panel of Acting Cayman Islands Grand Court Judges

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His Excellency the Governor, Martyn Roper, OBE, is pleased to announce the appointments of Her Honour Judge Aileen Downey, Simon Russell Flint, QC, and Hugh Southey, QC to the Panel of Acting Grand Court Judges (“the Panel”). During the first quarter of 2017, the Judicial and Legal Services Commission carried out an open recruitment process […]

New academic staff join Truman Bodden Law School

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Marc Johnson joins the Truman Bodden Law School, having previously taught at the University of Bristol. Marc lectures in Tort, Land, and Jurisprudence on the undergraduate programmes and in Dispute Resolution on the Masters programme. Marc has a Law degree, Master of Laws, a Professional Certificate in effective Practice in Youth Justice, is currently writing […]

The Editor Speaks: Literacy

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On Saturday September 8th we celebrate International Literacy Day. In today’s iNews Cayman we have published a number of articles concerning literacy including the persons who are at the centre of literacy, our teachers. Our Minister for Education, Hon. Juliana O’Connor-Connolly has sent us her Message on Literacy Day where she states: “In order to […]

Miss Universe GB: First black winner Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers on ‘great achievement’

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By Gena-mour Barrett From BBC The first black woman to be crowned Miss Universe Great Britain in the pageant’s 66-year history has called it “a great achievement”. Dee-Ann Kentish Rogers, who’s also a competitive athlete and recently passed her exams to be a barrister, says the massive response to the fact she’s a black woman […]

If you have this Welsh name, a Caribbean island [Cayman Islands] wants to speak to you

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By Will Hayward From Wales Online If it turns out you’re related to their first inhabitant, they’ll fly you over ther A Caribbean country searching for descendants of the first inhabitant to their island – who was Welsh! Cayman Islands Government Office in the UK has launched a campaign in search of relatives of the […]

Paradise Papers: Prince Charles lobbied on climate policy after shares purchase

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From BBC Panorama Prince Charles campaigned to alter climate-change agreements without disclosing his private estate had an offshore financial interest in what he was promoting, BBC Panorama has found. The Paradise Papers show the Duchy of Cornwall in 2007 secretly bought shares worth $113,500 in a Bermuda company that would benefit from a rule change. […]