5 things you need to know – April 12

  1. A panel of appeals court judges has put same-sex marriage rights on hold saying government had demonstrated that the appeal was arguable. 
     
  2. Six Cayman paddleboarders will take to the water this weekend for a 24-hour paddle to support families affected by cancer. 
     
  3. A record number of track and field athletes will represent the Cayman Islands at the 48th annual CARIFTA Games taking place 20-22 April.
     
  4. The discovery of a blue iguana nest has brought promise of healthy hatchlings this summer.
     
  5. The Chamber of Commerce will host the annual Earth Day Clean-uptomorrow in an attempt to clean up the litter problem on island. 
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