Archive for December 14th, 2018

New luxury cruise ship visits Cayman on maiden voyage

New luxury cruise ship visits Cayman on maiden voyage

| 14/12/2018 | 51 Comments

(CNS): The brand new luxury cruise ship, the Celebrity Edge, called into Grand Cayman on Friday on its maiden voyage. This new boutique-style cruise ship owned by Royal Caribbean carries less than 3,000 passengers, and its visit today calls into question the idea that the future of cruising in the region will be focused on mega-class […]

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Offshore laws pave way to major population growth

Offshore laws pave way to major population growth

| 14/12/2018 | 114 Comments

(CNS): Chris Saunders, the opposition spokesperson on financial services, believes that government should have had a much more open and honest conversation with the people of the Cayman Islands about the draft laws coming before Legislative Assembly on Monday, which many say will turn the local financial industry on its head. Saunders told CNS that […]

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Neighbour raises alarm over badly injured woman

Neighbour raises alarm over badly injured woman

| 14/12/2018 | 37 Comments

(CNS): A West Bay woman is in hospital and a 32-year-old man has been arrested following a serious assault in the district on Wednesday night, police have now confirmed. The RCIPS said that their officers went to an address on North West Point Road Thursday evening after a neighbour became concerned about the welfare of […]

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Tyson joins 93 women vying for pageant crown

Tyson joins 93 women vying for pageant crown

| 14/12/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): In the preliminary rounds of the Miss Universe Pageant Thursday Miss Cayman Islands Caitlyn Tyson strutted her stuff on the stage in Bangkok, Thailand, as she vied with 93 other women for a place in Sunday’s finals. Tyson made her first appearance in the introduction in a red glittery pantsuit before hitting […]

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