This is Cassidy International in Kiritimati, Kiribati.
Due to the fact that the country straddles the International Date Line, it is possible that the Phoenix and Line Islands are an entire day behind the rest of the country.
As a result, Kiribati standardised the timezones in 1995, ignoring the International Date Line: UTC+12 for the Gilbert Islands, +13 for the Phoenix Islands and +14 for the Line Islands where Kiritimati is located.
Some Extra Information:
One weird thing about the UTC+14 timezone for the Line Islands is that the Hawaiian Islands, located directly north of the Line Islands, retain the original timezone designated for its location (UTC-10.) Plus, if anyone was living on the uninhabited Howland/Baker Islands on the UTC-12 timezone, they would be considered 26 hours behind. So for every 2 hours, there can be 3 days happening at once. Anyway, back on topic.
However, Cassidy International in Kiritimati (part of the Line Islands), as seen above, has UTC+12 as its timezone in IF whereas in real life it’s supposed to be UTC+14.
I would greatly appreciate it if this issue is acknowledged and fixed in the future. 😊