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19 Nov/2019

Montessori model gets another good grade

(CNS): The Montessori School of Cayman, based in the South Sound area, became the fourth pre-school using this model given a ‘good’ grade by government inspectors. The Montessori model is dominating the successful inspection reports of early learning in Cayman, with only one other pre-school surpassing these four schools. Most nurseries...
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18 Nov/2019

Eden denies hate speech then attacks LGBTs

(CNS): During the budget debate on Monday opposition MLA Anthony Eden (SAV) denied engaging in hate speech about the lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender community. But appearing to be surprised by the warning from Governor Martyn Roper about the language used in the Legislative Assembly in the past, Eden denied that people who “choose”...
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18 Nov/2019

Police bail murder suspects

(CNS): The 44-year-old man from West Bay who was arrested on suspicion of murdering Shaquille Demario Bush (24) has been released on bail, an RCIPS spokesperson has confirmed. A 30-year-old woman from Bodden Town was also arrested in connection with the fatal shooting on Daisy Lane last week and she, too, has been released as […]
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18 Nov/2019

Cops seek help in aging Brac burglary case

(CNS): Nine months after a break-in at the Tiger Bay Restaurant on Cotton Tree Bay Road, Cayman Brac, police have released a CCTV footage image of the suspect from private security cameras to help identify the man. The break-in happened on 9 February and the recovered footage shows the burglar smashing exterior cameras on the […]
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18 Nov/2019

MLAs must listen to their constituents

Allison Lovinggood writes: Having attended in person at the Legislative Assembly, and watched on television and on the CIG channel on YouTube the live debates regarding the cruise berthing facility, my heart is broken, broken beyond repair. I only gathered from a few elected officials that they surveyed their constituents to find out their views...
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15 Nov/2019

Key port info coming after referendum

(CNS): During the second public meeting about the proposed cruise pier project officials made it clear that much of the information about the environmental impact will not be available until next year. The public will also not see the final business case justifying the controversial proposal until after the referendum on it. When asked specific...
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14 Nov/2019

Local jobless rate at 4.8%

(CNS) UPDATED: According to the 2019 Spring Labour Force Survey, compiled by the Economics and Statistics Office, the Cayman Islands’ overall unemployment rate increased from 2.8% in the Autumn 2018 report to 3%. However, this is an improvement on the Spring of 2018. Reading from the latest survey, Finance Minister Roy McTaggart revealed...
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14 Nov/2019

Teenage boy found safe

(CNS) UPDATED: Police say that 16-year-old Ethan Ebanks, who went missing on Monday, has been located and appears to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance in this matter. The teenager was reported him missing on Wednesday.
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