Archive for October 24th, 2016

Immigration status and deporting criminals

Immigration status and deporting criminals

| 24/10/2016 | 5 Comments

A friend of mine was a victim of a crime and she has since left Cayman. I understand the offender is a foreign national but it is unclear if he is a permanent resident or perhaps has Caymanian status. Does his immigration status affect whether he can continue to live in Cayman once he gets […]

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Local writers contribute to charity book

Local writers contribute to charity book

| 24/10/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Two staff members of a Cayman law firm have contributed chapters to Girl on Purpose, an ebook raising money for gender-equality projects to support the 31 million girls around the world who are of primary school age but are not in school. The book contains 52 essays by writers, entrepreneurs, coaches, lawyers […]

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Governor hosts tea party for YCLA finalists

Governor hosts tea party for YCLA finalists

| 24/10/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The five finalists of the 2016 Young Caymanian Leadership Awards (YCLA) joined Governor Helen Kilpatrick for a family-oriented tea party on the Government House lawn Tuesday, 18 October. Joining the governor and the finalists were YCLA organisers, sponsors, past recipients and family members. Despite slightly inclement weather, Kilpatrick said it was a […]

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Wants to know how old the Cayman Islands are

Wants to know how old the Cayman Islands are

| 24/10/2016 | 6 Comments

What is the geological age of the Cayman Islands? Auntie’s answer: Just the word “geology” is enough to send some people to sleep but it is in fact a fascinating area of science, and when you start looking at the history of the world in terms of millions or billions of years, it sort of […]

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