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  • Road works on Crewe Road between Navis C...

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    As part of its continued effort to improve the Cayman Islands road network, the National Roads Authority (NRA) continues to work diligently on the Crewe Road project. The NRA will be closing the westbound lane of Crewe Road at the Silver Oaks Roundabout on Saturday, 18 August and Sunday, 19 August 2018 to help facilitate road works.  All […]

  • DOI Closure

    by on 03/08/2018 - 0 Comments

    The Department of Immigration Headquarters, including Passport & Corporate Services, Visa Office and front counters will be closed to the public for all but essential services on Friday, 10 August 2018.

  • Commercial Garbage Fees Due

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    The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) reminds all business operators/owners/strata in Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, who pay their fees by bi-annual instalments that garbage fees are now due for the period ending 30 June 2018.

  • ORIA Redevelopment Update – Loop R...

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    Please be advised of the latest happenings at Owen Roberts International Airport as part of the Redevelopment and Expansion project: Please be advised that there will be a road lane closure beginning Monday, 6 August 2018.  The lane closure is necessary due in part to installing the foundations of the new taxi rank canopy.

  • DLP to Visit Cayman Brac

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    Representatives from the Department of Labour and Pensions (DLP) will visit Cayman Brac on Thursday, 9 August 2018 to assist clients with any issues or disputes. The DLP officials will be available from 9 a.m. to noon, and will re-open that afternoon from 1.30 p.m. to 3 p.m. to further assist clients. The Cayman Brac […]

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  • Permanent resident wants to join the RCIPS
    I see that the RCIPS has now opened up recruitment to include expats who have been legally resident for at least four years. A few years back, it used to be the same, we had to be on Island a certain amount of time in order to apply. When I reached the required time, they […]
  • Behaviour main concern for primary students
    (CNS): The disruptive behaviour of some students remains a major concern, not only for parents of children at government schools but also for the students that are attending them, according to the results of stakeholder surveys conducted by the Office of Education Standards (OES) as part of its recent primary school inspections. Staff also noted concerns […]
  • Calls intensify for teachers’ pay hike
    (CNS): Deputy Opposition Leader Alva Suckoo, the member for Newlands, has filed a private member’s motion for the next Legislative Assembly sitting calling on government to increase pay for all teachers on the education ministry pay-roll. The target of paying government school teachers at least $5,000 per month has been gaining support in recent months […]
  • Opposition pushes for referendum on port
    (CNS): Opposition Leader Ezzard Miller has filed a private member’s motion calling on government to put the question of whether or not it should go ahead with the cruise berthing project to the people. Calls for a referendum on the issue have been mounting as public support for the increasingly controversial proposal appears to have […]
  • College scholarships to be means tested
    (CNS): Recommendations that the Cayman Islands Education Council made to the Ministry of Education to introduce means testing for scholarships have been adopted, paving the way for resources to be concentrated where they are really needed, according to the council’s chairman, Dan Scott. The test will be for high income families only, but having free […]
  • Inflation fuelling minimum wage challenge, says MLA
    (CNS): The MLA for George Town Central, Kenneth Bryan, has finally received a written response from government to a parliamentary question he submitted at the beginning of the year; it said that the minimum wage will be under review by the end of this month. But the independent member said inflation and the high cost […]
  • Thieves target cars in South Sound
    (CNS): The police are on the lookout for thieves who broke into vehicles in the South Sound area earlier this week, when the windows of two cars were smashed and the rims and tyres of another were stolen. On Monday police received two reports of cars being broken into overnight while parked on Sunrise Boulevard […]
  • Driver 2 times over limit escapes serious injury in crash
    (CNS): Following a single-vehicle crash early this morning on the Esterley Tibbetts Highway, a 24-year-old man from West Bay was arrested on suspicion of DUI after giving a breathalyzer reading that was two times over the legal limit for alcohol. At about 1:20am Wednesday police were called to the scene north of Yacht Drive, where they […]
  • Looking for therapy for swallowing difficulty
    I’m trying to find a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) on Grand Cayman who is able to administer the McNeill Dysphagia Therapy Programme (MDTP). I have dysphagia as a result of radiation therapy 16 years ago to my neck to treat cancer. A side effect is damage to my swallowing mechanism. MDTP looks promising to help restore […]
  • Woman held in jail in illegal gambling inquiry
    (CNS): A 49-year-old-woman is currently in police custody after she was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of illegal gambling. Customs officers apprehended the woman on Sound Way in George Town after a crowd raised their suspicions. When the officers approached the group of people, several of them scattered leaving the woman, who was found to […]