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01 Jul/2022

Ed ministry continues pre-school subsidy for summer

(CNS): The Ministry of Education will continue funding the Early Childhood Assistance Programme (ECAP) through the summer months for pre-school Caymanian children who were previously approved for the September through June school year, the ministry said in a release. The subsidy of as much as $500 per month will help struggling parents navigate...
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01 Jul/2022

Road plan poses further threat to pristine habitat

(CNS): The National Conservation Council has confirmed that the extension of a farm road in North Side will need an environmental impact assessment as the proposed route would take it through some of Cayman’s most pristine remaining forest land. Flying in the face of the PACT Government’s policy of limiting development in untouched...
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30 Jun/2022

Police apologise to Brac boaters over rescue report

(CNS): Following an outpouring of reports from the Cayman Brac boating community to the local media that the recent press release from the RCIPS recounting the rescue of two men from Pickle Bank at the weekend was inaccurate, the police have apologised for the confusion and thanked the members of the Brac community for their […]
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28 Jun/2022

Boat with two on board rescued from Pickle Bank

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Coast Guard and a boatowner from Cayman Brac rescued two men and their boat close to Pickle Bank, some 50 miles off the coast of the Brac, on Sunday after a report was made to 911 that the vessel was in trouble. The RCIPS helicopter was the first on scene and […]
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25 Jun/2022

Pensions holiday continues for three more months

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Government has extended the mandatory payment of pension contributions in the private sector for another three months, despite concerns that this long-running holiday will present the country with a significant problem in the coming years. While the opposition had been pressing for an extension of the pension payment...
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25 Jun/2022

Masks mandate repealed, travel tests dropped

(CNS): Government’s mandatory requirement for people to wear masks to protect against the spread of COVID-19 has been repealed and is now purely voluntary, with the exception of visitors to hospitals, prisons and care homes. Bar and restaurant owners can require staff to mask up when serving customers but the government is no longer compelling...
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23 Jun/2022

Speed and booze caused deadly East End crash

(CNS): Chris Ollen McLaughlin (30) died as a result of misadventure, a jury found in Coroners Court Wednesday, having heard evidence that he was more than two times over the legal alcohol limit and travelling at 97mph when he crashed his car on Sea View Road in March 2016. According to local crash reconstruction expert […]
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23 Jun/2022

Tourism Minister rails at banks over repossession

(CNS): Tourism and Transport Minister Kenneth Bryan has posted an emotional video on social media in which he rails at the banks for seizing homes from Caymanian families at an economically challenging time. He accused them of being heartless and ruining the country, and outlined an example of this he had just learned about. The […]
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