Archive for June 21st, 2021

Governor tells LGBTs civil partnerships are safe

Governor tells LGBTs civil partnerships are safe

| 21/06/2021 | 67 Comments

(CNS): As Colours Caribbean celebrated its first anniversary this weekend advocating for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, members welcomed the support of Governor Martyn Roper in a key note speech at the event. Roper told the community that as well as backing their efforts to fight for justice and equality, he believed the […]

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Staff treating COVID patient isolated

Staff treating COVID patient isolated

| 21/06/2021 | 183 Comments

(CNS) UPDATED: Health Service Authority staff members treating the traveller who has been admitted to the Critical Care Unit suffering from COVID-19 symptoms have been isolated as a result of their potential exposure to the patient, who is “highly symptomatic”. The traveller, who has not been vaccinated, was coming to the end of their 14-day […]

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Developers, realtors offered AML seminar

Developers, realtors offered AML seminar

| 21/06/2021 | 18 Comments

(CNS): A number of financial service experts have created an anti-money laundering (AML) seminar designed for people in real estate and development to help them understand the risks and vulnerabilities of their sector and the need for them, just like financial institutions, to know their clients. The question of the property sector’s vulnerability to financial […]

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Woman gives emotional evidence in boyfriend’s trial

Woman gives emotional evidence in boyfriend’s trial

| 21/06/2021

(CNS): A 22-year-old woman from Bodden Town gave emotional but reluctant evidence on Monday at the trial of Jashawn Owen Anthony Johnson, who is charged with the murder of Michael Aaron Bush (22) on Christmas Eve. The woman, who was dating Johnson at the time, wept as she explained that she was both “uncomfortable and […]

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PACT accuses PPM of politicizing COVID

PACT accuses PPM of politicizing COVID

| 21/06/2021 | 87 Comments

(CNS): Deputy Premier Chris Saunders has said that when he was in opposition, he and his colleagues had agreed to support the Unity government in policy decisions to manage the COVID-19 pandemic and not make the issue political so that the country spoke with one voice. But now the Progressives were doing the exact opposite […]

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PPM denies role in release of Bush assault footage

PPM denies role in release of Bush assault footage

| 21/06/2021 | 161 Comments

(CNS): A decision by the Cayman Compass to publish the CCTV footage of McKeeva Bush assaulting Livia Kwong, the bar manager of Coral Beach Bar at the time in February last year, has become embroiled in politics, given the timing of the release. The publishers claim they secured the video with the help of a […]

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