On behalf of all who are involved with the public interest activities and efforts of the Concerned Citizens Group, we would like to publicly thank most sincerely all of you who came to the Court House on Thursday, 9th January 2020 to give moral support to the cause for preserving....
The Cayman Compass recently ran an article titled “Colours Cayman: Deportation comments in LA ‘blatant and gross abuse of power’”, which has provoked this response from me and on behalf of many, many others who shared their own views on this article and demand with me.
With the holidays around the corner and the referendum delayed, CPR Cayman wishes to take this opportunity to ensure that the public understands what has happened and that individuals are aware of what they can do to continue to advocate for transparency and a brighter future for Cayman.
Some persons have been arguing that this port will cost us too much and that it will place a burden on future generations.
Dear editor. Now that we are hearing the facts directly from the developers we can see that certain things that were being said were not true.
Dear sir, I think there is too much opposition politics surrounding this port project.
Following a 10 July community meeting regarding the redevelopment of Smith Barcadere at South Sound Community Centre and the ensuing comments made through various forms of media, I want to assure the people of the Cayman Islands that I have the best for my people at heart.
The Cayman Islands are currently under Hard and Soft Curfews. Should these Curfews continue for 7 more days
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