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17 Jan/2020

Ex election boss to chair port board

(CNS): Kearney Gomez, a former chief office and elections supervisor, has been appointed as the chairman of the Port Authority of the Cayman Islands (PACI) for the next four years, officials have now confirmed. Gomez was appointed from 2 January, according to a release from government, though it was not issued, formally announcing the appointment,...
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16 Jan/2020

UK architects say they won $40M JGHS contract

(CNS): A UK-based architecture firm has announced that it has been awarded the contract to design the new John Gray High School facility, though government has not yet revealed the full details of what was understood to be a competitive bid on the international market. It was opened in February, according to the government’s procurement...
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15 Jan/2020

Cruise line’s ‘ghost ship’ raises new concerns

(CNS): Royal Caribbean appears to have linked the lack of cruise berthing facilities in the Cayman Islands to problems with its Western Caribbean itinerary. But more questions have been raised about this justification for the Cayman government’s cruise port project after news reports in Jamaica revealed that the cruise line is paying fees...
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13 Jan/2020

Developer to face CPA over land clearance

(CNS): A developer who removed mangroves and other important flora from a four-acre site of land for a subdivision has been asked to appear before the Central Planning Authority to explain why it was cleared without approval. The application was adjourned last week in order to allow John Burke, the landowner who has applied for […]
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13 Jan/2020

Beach access issues not ‘clear cut’

(CNS): The historic lack of enforcement of registered beach access points around Cayman has thrown up some challenges for the Public Lands Commission (PLC), which is attempting to get all of the registered points cleared. Responding to CNS’ enquiries about the latest problem on North West Point Road, the commission’s chief inspector,...
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10 Jan/2020

Beach access case inches towards judicial review

(CNS): An application for judicial review of government’s failure to register and protect long-standing beach access rights is finally beginning to move through the courts. After securing legal aid last year following a long fight, the West Bay ladies behind the Concerned Citizens Group had their first day in court on Thursday, where the...
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09 Jan/2020

Five people hurt in more road chaos

(CNS): Three people involved in a head-on collision on the Linford Pearson Highway, Thursday morning, were all taken to hospital with what are believed to be non-life-threatening injuries. They were joined in the afternoon by a motorcycle rider and pillion after they were both involved in a crash with a car on the West Bay […]
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09 Jan/2020

Business owner gets lucky after losing cash

(CNS): The owner of a Camana Bay-based business had a very lucky break this week after their lost container full of cash was handed into the police by a good Samaritan. At around 5:45pm on Tuesday, 7 January, a member of the public who had found what was described as a significant amount of local […]
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