Archive for September 14th, 2018

Tropical Storm Isaac has dissipated

Tropical Storm Isaac has dissipated

| 14/09/2018 | 20 Comments
(CNS) UPDATED: The National Hurricane Center has advised that Isaac has dissipated. The Cayman Islands National Weather Service will continue to monitor the remnants of Isaac as it moves over the central Caribbean, Hazard Management said in a release. The local forecast indicates an 80% chance of ra [...]

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Boycott over as MLAs return to consider 2019 spending

Boycott over as MLAs return to consider 2019 spending

| 14/09/2018 | 8 Comments
(CNS): The opposition’s boycott of the Legislative Assembly and the suspension of deputy opposition Leader Alva Suckoo came to an end Thursday, when all of the members returned to the chamber and began working on appropriations for the 2019 spending plan within the government’s two-year [...]

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Teenage girl faces serious charges over stabbing

Teenage girl faces serious charges over stabbing

| 14/09/2018
(CNS): A 17-year-old girl who was arrested on Tuesday evening following a violent altercation outside the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre’s drop-in lounge on Shedden Road is now facing a number of serious charges. The teenager, who is from George Town, has been formally charged with wounding, wou [...]

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Opposition plans cruise port info roadshow

Opposition plans cruise port info roadshow

| 14/09/2018 | 61 Comments
(CNS): Following government’s rejection of the private member’s motion calling for a national vote on the controversial cruise berthing and cargo facility, Opposition Leader Ezzard Miller, who filed the motion, said that he and his opposition colleagues will be throwing their weight behi [...]

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Couple cleared for HR challenge in marriage refusal

Couple cleared for HR challenge in marriage refusal

| 14/09/2018 | 120 Comments
(CNS): Chantelle Day, who is from the Cayman Islands, and her British fiancée, Vickie Bodden, will be pursuing a human rights challenge in the courts in addition to a judicial review of the registrar’s refusal to grant the same-sex couple the opportunity to marry. Day and Bodden, who are now [...]

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