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  • Replacement Registration Plates Ready fo...

    by on 23 hours ago - 0 Comments

    Motorists are asked to visit the Department of Drivers and Vehicle Licensing website to check if their registration numbers are listed on the website. The lists will be updated every two weeks and should be re-checked periodically. If listed now, motorists are urged to collect their registration plates now from the department’s Crewe Road Office. They […]

  • Immigration Late Morning Opening –...

    by on 21/02/2018 - 0 Comments

    The Department of Immigration’s public counters, Visa Office, Enforcement Section, as well as the Passport and Corporate Services front offices will open for service to the public at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 2 March 2018 in order to facilitate a staff meeting. All other sections will operate as normal. Immigration officials apologise for any inconvenience […]

  • March is Honouring Women Month 2018

    by on 20/02/2018 - 0 Comments

    The Department of Counselling Services’ Family Resource Centre (FRC) celebrates the achievements of women and calls for greater equality, in its annual observance of Honouring Women Month # PressforProgress, throughout March. The Honouring Women Month events schedule includes:

  • Traffic Signal Undergoes Routine Mainten...

    by on 20/02/2018 - 0 Comments

    The National Roads Authority (NRA) crew will be completing routine signal maintenance today (Tuesday 20 February) on the traffic lights at Shedden Road and North Sound Road, next to Jacques Scott. The work will take place between 8pm and midnight. Motorists are advised to exercise caution when driving through the area. For any questions or […]

  • Ministry, Departmental Closures

    by on 20/02/2018 - 0 Comments

    The Ministry of Community Affairs, Department of Children and Family Services and the Needs Assessment Unit will close on Thursday, 22 February 2018 from 8.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. for training. The Ministry and its agencies apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. (GIS)

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  • HSA admits latest scandal over finances
    (CNS) UPDATED: The Health Services Authority has now confirmed that during a “routine monitoring of department metrics” a number of “irregularities” were discovered and an internal audit is now underway. The authority has given no details of those irregularities or commented on what is believed to be around a dozen security staff who have been suspended […]
  • No date decided on co-pay benefits in CS
    (CNS): The civil service management has not set a date to introduce co-pay health or pension benefits for government employees, the financial secretary has confirmed. Government has been in talks with its staff for several years now about the possibility of them co-paying in the first instance for their health insurance cover. But the Cayman […]
  • Animal charities secure stay on feral cat cull
    (CNS): The Cayman Islands Humane Society and Feline Friends have secured an injunction against the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Environment to stop the government officials from culling stray cats on Little Cayman this week. The charities were not consulted on the proposed cull and so applied for judicial review of the decision, and […]
  • Report backs activists’ claims on beach access
    (CNS): Government’s most recent and updated review of beach access points and rights of way around all three Cayman Islands backs claims by local activists who have been raising the alarm that the majority are blocked or inaccessible in some way. The final report was published this week and shows that of the 385 known […]
  • Court boss tells PAC situation is ‘dire’
    (CNS): Court Administrator Suzanne Bothwell, appearing before the Public Accounts Committee Wednesday, told members that the situation at the court was dire. Called as a witness by the committee to talk about the qualifications for the audit of the judicial administration’s books, Bothwell was asked many questions about the management of the courts and the […]
  • More confusion over new licence plates
    I know that DVDL is telling people to come pick up their new licence plates. To replace them, we are supposed to bring in our old plates, logbook and windscreen coupon. I’m confused why we have to peel off the old coupon to get our new plate. Seems a waste of time to do that […]
  • Realtor makes eleventh hour confession
    (CNS): A real estate agent who was on trial for theft this week came clean Friday, just before his case was to go to the jury for deliberation. After admitting that he stole $43,000 from a client who was trying to buy a piece of land, Antonio “Toni” Paolini (77) will be sentenced in April […]
  • Fire crews extinguish dump blaze in 3 hours
    (CNS) UPDATED: Officials said that the dump blaze that ignited yesterday lunchtime has been successfully extinguished after fire fighters, including off-duty personnel, worked for three hours to bring it under control. “Upon arrival, we found the fire was located on south side of the main landfill at the top access road,” Chief Fire Officer David Hails said. […]
  • Suspect charged over fraudulent incorporation
    (CNS): A Bodden Town man has been formally charged with forgery and uttering a false document, the police have said. The unidentified 42-year-old man is due to appear in court on 20 March after the charges were laid Monday in relation to documents submitted by the man in 2012 and 2013 to incorporate an entity. […]
  • Roulstone moved to HR job weeks after OMB appointment
    (CNS): Less than four weeks after Sharon Roulstone was appointed to the Office of the Ombudsman to handle complaints about the civil service, senior officials have announced that she is being seconded to the National Human Resources Department to head up the new department. Government began the recruitment process for an interim director for the […]