Approx. .60 of an acre beach lot in Cotton Tree Bay. This lot has approx. 86ft of beach frontage and is approx. 290ft in depth. […]
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The Needs Assessment Unit (NAU) advises the public that its offices, on Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac, will close for the afternoon on Thursday, 26 July from 1 p.m. for a General Staff Meeting. Normal office hours will resume on Friday, 27 July 2018. The NAU apologises for any inconvenience this closure may cause.
The Public Health Department reminds parents that school entry screening continues. All students entering government or private schools for the first time are required to have health screenings before the new school year begins in August.
The Cayman Islands Government London Office is hosting the fifth annual summer reception of Cayman Connection UK in Cayman on Wednesday, 18 July 2018 at the South Sound Community Centre. There is a drop-in session from 12 to 3 pm, a workshop on culture and etiquette from 5-6 pm and an anniversary reception from 6-8 pm.
Liquor licence holders – including those with music and dancing licenses – are reminded of the upcoming Annual Liquor Licence Meeting to be held September 13th, 2018. The deadline for applications is August 24th, 2018. Licensees are reminded before they can apply for renewal; the premises must be inspected and approved by the relevant Government […]
As part of its continued effort to improve the Cayman Islands road network, the NRA continues to work diligently on the Linford Pierson Highway (LPH) road widening. The NRA will be closing one of the two eastbound lanes of the LPH at the Silver Oaks Roundabout from Friday July 13th, 2018 around 9pm to Sunday […]
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- WORC boss promises great things as bid opens for IT(CNS): The Workforce Opportunities and Residency Cayman (WORC) interim director, Sharon Roulstone, is promising significant changes for locals looking for work in Cayman as the new department begins to take shape. “WORC is radically changing the way job-seeking Caymanians connect with employers and vice-versa, with technology playing a pivotal role in the process,” Roulstone said in […]
- Women withdrew support for port complaints(CNS): The author of the Internal Audit Service report that dismissed sexual misconduct allegations against a senior manager at the Port Authority of the Cayman Islands has said it was not just the freedom of information request that came in around the same time the complaints were made that led to the rejection of the allegations. […]
- Governor was taking active role in civil service(CNS): Minutes of the deputy governor’s meetings with civil service management, released this week in response to an FOI request made by Cayman News Service, revealed that the now-suspended governor, Anwar Choudhury, was taking a direct and active role in the management of the public service and attended all of the chief officers’ meetings during […]
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- CITA defends tourism taxes and regulations(CNS): The private sector association representing the tourism industry has come to the defence of the regulation, licensing and tax regime surrounding the local accommodation sector. The Cayman Islands Tourism Association released a statement this week saying that the regulation has served the tourism industry and the country well, as it is fair for all […]
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- Ministry claims safety risk, turf makers disagree(CNS): The manufacturers of the artificial turf that was donated to the Edna Moyle Primary School in North Side by a parent have said that although it was designed for indoors, it would be perfectly safe to use outside, with the only risk being that it may fade in the sun. The ministry has nevertheless […]
- New seabed map to steer vessels to safety(CNS): Representatives of the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) are currently in the Cayman Islands delivering to the Lands and Survey Department the results of a seabed mapping programme that was undertaken last summer. The new map is expected to improve navigation safety in local waters and ensure the territory is fulfilling its international maritime safety obligations […]
- Elderly realtor awaits fate in theft case(CNS): A real estate agent who stole cash from two of his clients who were trying to buy property was bailed on Wednesday to wait out the judge’s deliberations regarding his sentence. Antonio Paolini is 78 years old and in poor health but he is still facing a possible jail term after taking $51,000 from […]
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