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Letter from Captain Paul Hurlston

  • 16 Oct, 2019
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I started my sea career at the age of fifteen in 1946 culling turtles around the Nicaraguan coast. At the age of 16 I went to the US and joi...

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IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE HURTING

  • 16 Oct, 2019
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As we prepare to participate (or merely observe) the annual Silent Witness March, organised by the Business and Professional Women’s C...

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Letter to Editor: Support for the Cruise Port Project

  • 11 Oct, 2019
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Well the date for the people-initiated referendum on the cruise berthing facility has been set. It’s exciting isn’t it? This who...

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OF COFFINS, REEFS AND PIERS

  • 07 Oct, 2019
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In the “old days” when our airport saw only the odd flight of BWIA bringing a few tourists to marvel at our unspoiled and virtua...

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MAN’S LAWS CANNOT MAKE MORAL WHAT GOD HAS DECLARED IMMORAL

  • 30 Sep, 2019
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Dear Editor, I have taken note in recent times the comments by the Local Advocacy Group - Colours Cayman and their concerns of our capabl...

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THE HORNS OF A MORAL DILEMMA

  • 09 Sep, 2019
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Have you heard of Euthyphro? No; that’s neither a country nor a newly discovered planet. It is the name of a character in the writings...

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Letter to Editor: Cruise Port

  • 06 Sep, 2019
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4th September 2019   As the petition verification process nears to an end, the first ever people-initiated referendum is imminent...

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Key concerns outstanding on the proposed Cruise Berthing Facility (CBF). Part 3

  • 04 Sep, 2019
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Proudly supporting participatory democracy in our Country, the first people-initiated referendum will empower voters to have their say on th...

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NO COMMON GROUND FOR LGBTQ+ RIGHTS & EMANCIPATION OF AFRICAN SLAVES

  • 30 Aug, 2019
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Gender equality, same-sex marriage, LGBTQ+ rights and the abolitionist movement of the 18th and 19th centuries—what do they have in co...

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Letter to the Editor: Kudos to the RCIPS

  • 28 Aug, 2019
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It was pleasing to hear of the RCIPS' Day Of Action on Thursday August 15th. Judging by the abundance of accidents, many due to ...

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