Archive for June 29th, 2017

What is the legal recourse when faced with hate speech?

What is the legal recourse when faced with hate speech?

| 29/06/2017 | 7 Comments

Are there any laws covering hate speech in the Cayman Islands? Auntie’s answer: This was another question for the Human Rights Commission (HRC), though a representative again cautioned that their answer can only be given in general terms and they cannot offer any legal advice. The HRC official explained that hate speech is not legally […]

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Cayman bags 22 medals ahead of Games finals

Cayman bags 22 medals ahead of Games finals

| 29/06/2017 | 4 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Team Cayman had inched up the medal table to 11th place in this year’s Island Games at the end of play Thursday, with a bag of 22 medals. Cayman now has four golds, thanks to track stars Kemar Hyman, who won gold in the 100 metres in 10:25 seconds, and Jamal Walton, […]

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Getting insured with a pre-existing condition

Getting insured with a pre-existing condition

| 29/06/2017 | 22 Comments

I am a Caymanian with a medical pre-existing condition. I’m finding it very hard to get a job and I think it’s because adding me to the company health insurance will raise the rates for everyone. What are my options? Can I get personal insurance that I can afford? Auntie’s answer: I was able to […]

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Hannah’s Heroes needed for fundraiser

Hannah’s Heroes needed for fundraiser

| 29/06/2017 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): With 12 weeks to go until this year’s Hannah’s Heroes Big Shave, organisers are encouraging supporters to forgo their next haircut and opt to shave instead to help raise money for the St Baldrick’s Foundation. The Big Shave was inspired by Cayman-born Hannah Meeson, who was diagnosed in 2012 with anaplastic medulloblastoma, […]

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