Archive for March 29th, 2019

Al La Kebab van robbed again

Al La Kebab van robbed again

| 29/03/2019 | 26 Comments

(CNS): The Al La Kebab truck located at the end of Selkirk Drive in the Red Bay area of George Town has been robbed for the third time in less than eight months. This time the mobile food bar was robbed in broad daylight by a machete wielding man wearing dark clothing. Police said that […]

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Chief justice legalises gay marriage

Chief justice legalises gay marriage

| 29/03/2019 | 485 Comments

(CNS) UPDATED WITH FULL STORY: In an historic landmark ruling for the Cayman Islands, Chief Justice Anthony Smellie has legalised same-sex marriage. In his judgment delivered on Friday in the human rights case filed by Chantelle Day and Vicky Bodden, who had been refused a marriage licence because they are a same-sex couple, the country’s […]

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Prince urges offshore to invest in climate solutions

Prince urges offshore to invest in climate solutions

| 29/03/2019 | 16 Comments

(CNS): The Prince of Wales turned to his deep concerns about climate change when he delivered a speech at a packed Pedro St James on Thursday evening at the end of his visit to the Cayman Islands. Having spent the day touring the islands, Prince Charles said that there was an “ever greater need to […]

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Duchess of Cornwall in packed tour of Grand Cayman

Duchess of Cornwall in packed tour of Grand Cayman

| 29/03/2019 | 6 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, in her hectic solo tour of Grand Cayman on Thursday, 28 March, while Prince Charles was in the Sister Islands, officially opened Jasmine Villa, visited the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre and stopped by George Town Primary School. The ceremony to open the new home for what was […]

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Premier to deliver latest policy statement

Premier to deliver latest policy statement

| 29/03/2019 | 14 Comments

(CNS): Premier Alden McLaughlin will be delivering his government’s Strategic Policy Statement for 2020 and 2021 some time next month after the Legislative Assembly meets Wednesday for the first time this year. The statement will set out the government’s broad spending priorities for the next two years, paving the way for the budget process to […]

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