Archive for January 28th, 2021

Officials reveal COVID-19 isolation risk

Officials reveal COVID-19 isolation risk

| 28/01/2021 | 90 Comments

(CNS): Travel Cayman has said a system software error enabled a traveller to quarantine at home instead of in government quarantine, raising questions about the risk the individual, who is approaching the end of the 14 days in isolation, posed to the community. Few details were given by officials, who said in a brief statement […]

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QC criticised for work in  ‘homophobic’ Cayman case

QC criticised for work in ‘homophobic’ Cayman case

| 28/01/2021 | 85 Comments

(CNS): British barrister Dinah Rose QC, who is representing the Cayman Islands Government in the now infamous ‘gay marriage’ case before the UK Privy Council next month, is facing pressure to step away from it by the academic community, which says she is representing homophobia. Rose, the president of the prestigious Magdalen College at Oxford […]

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McLean and Miller file motion to oust speaker

McLean and Miller file motion to oust speaker

| 28/01/2021 | 109 Comments

(CNS): Opposition Leader Arden McLean (EE) and Independent MP Ezzard Miller (NS) have filed a no confidence motion calling for McKeeva Bush to be ousted from his prestigious parliamentary position as speaker. The motion is a second attempt after Kenneth Bryan MP thwarted their first effort and the government has since refused to entertain the […]

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Cops hunt driver in head-on crash

Cops hunt driver in head-on crash

| 28/01/2021 | 39 Comments

(CNS): The police are appealing to the public to help them find a driver who fled from the hospital in an attempt to evade police, after causing a head-on collision when he drove on the wrong side of the road Sunday night. At around 8:15pm, the man, who was driving a white Chevy Equinox, drove […]

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CAL’s Max 8s cleared for take-off

CAL’s Max 8s cleared for take-off

| 28/01/2021 | 85 Comments

(CNS): The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) has cleared the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for take-off following clearance by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) at the end of last year and approval this week by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA) and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). As […]

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