Archive for January 3rd, 2019

The law and carrying a machete at night

The law and carrying a machete at night

| 03/01/2019 | 1 Comment

When is a machete considered a restricted weapon and when is it just a tool? Would you detail for us this legislation “possessing a restricted weapon at night”? I don’t recall it from the Penal Code. Auntie’s answer: The question came up in the comments last week under this article: Machete in car lands WB man […]

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Renowned sailor to speak in Cayman

Renowned sailor to speak in Cayman

| 03/01/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Dawn Riley, one of the world’s best-known adventurer-sailors, the CEO of a winning America’s Cup team and current America’s Cup challenge “American Magic” participant, will be speaking at the Cayman Islands Sailing Club on Saturday, 12 January. Riley was the first American, male or female, to race in three America’s Cup and […]

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Cayman’s first governor turns 100

Cayman’s first governor turns 100

| 03/01/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Governor Martyn Roper was one of the guests at the Pines Retirement Home who this week helped celebrate the 100th birthday of Cayman’s first governor, Athel Long. In both a tweet and Facebook post on 2 January, Roper congratulated Long and said he was honoured to take part.

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Special Olympics stalwart Penny McDowall mourned

Special Olympics stalwart Penny McDowall mourned

| 03/01/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The New Year’s Eve passing of Penny McDowall (59) after a years-long battle with cancer has hit the community hard, as people mourn the loss of a leading force in Special Olympics Cayman Islands (SOCI) and the sport of swimming. She founded and coached the SOCI aquatic programme, a commitment which eventually […]

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