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Donald Trump supporters held protests in Atlanta and Michigan after Joe Biden announced as the winner of the US presidential election
Five new COVID-19 cases reported in Cayman Islands
The Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Samuel Williams-Rodriguez, reports that 357 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Thursday, 26 November 2020. F...
New COVID-19 Regulations Increase Fines
Cabinet approved the publication (Friday, 27 November 2020) of three updated regulations aimed at facilitating the prevention of COVID-19, that increase the penalty for offences...
Giving Tree Initiative Launches
The adage says “it is better to give than to receive,” and the Cayman Islands Government will do its part to spread goodwill this festive season, by supporting the Family Resour...
Register for NiCE Winter 2020 Project
The National Community Enhancement Project (NiCE) will give up to two-weeks paid work (Monday 7 - Friday, 18 December 2020) to unemployed Caymanians and spouses of Caymanians, a...
Joint Ministerial Council Meeting
The United Kingdom and British Overseas Territories’ Joint Ministerial Council (JMC) wrapped up Thursday, 26 November, 2020. The JMC is the highest forum for political dialogue ...
MITIAMA Appoints Deputy Chief Officer
The Ministry of International Trade, Investment, Aviation and Maritime Affairs (MITIAMA) welcomes Andrea Fa’amoe to the role of Deputy Chief Officer.
Outreach Enhances AML Compliance
Efforts to ensure the Cayman Islands meets and exceeds international anti-money laundering (AML) standards were further boosted this month, with online outreach led by the Anti-...
Pedestrian Succumbed to Injuries in Lower Valley Collision
Yesterday, Friday 27 November, at approximately 7:15PM, officers were informed that the pedestrian involved in the collision that took place on Thursday 26 November, succumbed t...
The Co-op Bank isn’t worthy of its name
We’ve heard a lot this week about infrastructure spending, and how much more will be needed if the UK is to achieve the ‘Green Industrial Revolution’ that the Prime Minister see...
The public in Paris goes against their worst enemy: the brutal and racist police.
France protests turn violent as people demonstrate against new filming law and police brutality The size of the protests in Paris and other cities have been fuelled by footage t...
Everything You Want To Know About Princess Diana’s Wedding Dress, Since It Barely Appeared In “The Crown”
All the details about the iconic gown, which is known as the most closely guarded secret in fashion history.
Dozens arrested as anti-lockdown protesters march in London
Massive crowds gathered in central London on Saturday to protest lockdown measures designed to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, and police followed through on their promise to arre...
Cuba protest: Artists and activists call for government dialogue
More than 100 Cuban artists have held a protest outside the culture ministry in Havana, against what they say is a state crackdown on dissent.
Coronavirus: Iconic British black cabs could be disappearing
The iconic black cabs of Britain could be disappearing, as hundreds are being dumped in a growing taxi cemetery from the devastating effects of COVID-19.
G20 Leaders Agree to Follow FATF’s Anti-Money Laundering Measures
Leaders of the G20 reiterated their commitment to following anti-money laundering policy measures recommended by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which stressed their imp...
Prison life during Covid lockdown
HMP Isis is a men's prison and a young offender institution with about 550 prisoners. The Sunday Times gained exclusive access to the facility to see how they have tackled the C...
When a News Anchor Does the Government’s Job
What can we learn from Anne McCloy, the local news anchor who has helped thousands of Americans get unemployment benefits?
This archbishop has become the first African American cardinal in Catholic history
Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, DC, made history Saturday afternoon at an installation ceremony in Rome.
Trump’s magic touch? America Failed at COVID-19, but the Economy’s Okay. Why?
The U.S. entered the coronavirus recession with a few structural advantages. Its success may not last for long.
Aldi wrecking rampage - Woman smashes 500 bottles of booze
A woman smashed hundreds of bottles of booze and lobbed gin at customers in a rampage at Aldi.
How We Solved a Major Design Dilemma with Custom Shelving (and Our Latest Living Room Reveal!)
After exhausting every possiblity for our tricky living room, we finally found our dream solution with custom shelving from Room & Board.
Left behind: how Labour betrayed its base
I love the labour movement. I love its history, its traditions, its brass bands and banners. I love its rousing songs, anthems and festivals. I love its slogans and rallying cri...
Italy is about to hijack the eurozone
There is still some debate about who came up with the adage that ‘if you owe the bank $100 that is your problem. If you owe the bank $1 million dollars that is their problem’. I...
Rich millennials in Canada plead with the government to let them pay more taxes
A group of 200 rich Canadians, members of a group called Resource Movement, are in favour of higher wealth taxes to help reduce inequalities between the most fortunate and the r...
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