Archive for September 1st, 2021

Private school opens gates to LGBTQ Foundation

Private school opens gates to LGBTQ Foundation

| 01/09/2021 | 66 Comments

(CNS): One of very few private schools in the Cayman Islands that is not affiliated to any church, the Cayman International School, invited the Cayman LGBTQ Foundation to its recent Back to School BBQ and Information Bonanza and gave the non-profit organisation a booth where young people could get information on how it can assist […]

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Pedestrian critical after hit-and-run in GT

Pedestrian critical after hit-and-run in GT

| 01/09/2021 | 43 Comments

(CNS) UPDATED: A woman is in hospital in critical condition after she was knocked down Tuesday evening by a car that left the scene. Police said the collision happened around 8pm yesterday on Shedden Road as she was crossing the road near the Edward Street intersection. She was struck by a red SUV vehicle which […]

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Storm damaged WB Police Station moves to 7MB

Storm damaged WB Police Station moves to 7MB

| 01/09/2021 | 6 Comments

(CNS): West Bay Police Station is once again moving to the very edge of the district after the old station, which has been in a poor state of repair for years, apparently sustained further damage during the passage of Tropical Storm Grace and then Ida. The station is relocating to the RCIPS Training and Development […]

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Alden made QC after decade’s absence from court

Alden made QC after decade’s absence from court

| 01/09/2021 | 154 Comments

(CNS): Former premier Alden McLaughlin has some new letters to add to his name as he has been made Queen’s Counsel, along with four other Caymanian lawyers. McLaughlin is said to be returning to the bar after well over a decade’s absence from the courtroom. With his return to the legal stage as a ‘silk’, […]

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PPM accuses Bryan of ‘cruel hoax’

PPM accuses Bryan of ‘cruel hoax’

| 01/09/2021 | 69 Comments

(CNS): Opposition Leader Roy McTaggart has said that Tourism Minister Kenneth Bryan should apologise for committing “a cruel hoax on Caymanians who found themselves needing assistance during a global pandemic through no fault of their own”, following Bryan’s suggestion that the threat to cut the stipend to tourism workers was a “scare tactic”.

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