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20 Jan/2021

CPI ministry creates new senior finance job

(CNS): Despite the pressure on public finances, given the economic strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure has created a new top level job. Emma Linney has been appointed as senior finance manager of Centralised Management Support Services (CMSS). The new post is to offer financial advice...
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19 Jan/2021

Fire crews back at burning dump

(CNS) UPDATED: Government officials said the Cayman Islands Fire Service was back at the George Town dump at around 7pm on Tuesday evening, attending to “an incident” after “open flames were observed from the top of the landfill”. Officials have now confirmed that they don’t believe this fire was connected to one...
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19 Jan/2021

Local boutique B&B struggled for concessions

(CNS): The local owner of The Cottages, a small boutique style B&B resort in East End, battled to get modest duty concessions for her development, even as some of Cayman’s wealthiest developers were getting concessions worth millions of dollars. During the course of Cayman News Services’s efforts to get government to release all...
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18 Jan/2021

Mobile battery blamed for small dump fire

(CNS): Officials from the Department of Environmental Health (DEH) said that a small surface fire at the landfill at around 4pm Monday was probably caused by a mobile phone battery or similar item that had been discarded in the regular waste. When operators were compacting the area and drove over the battery, it may have […]
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18 Jan/2021

Howard confirmed as roads boss, three years on

(CNS): After acting in the job for some three years the National Roads Authority Board has confirmed now confirmed Edward Howard as its new managing director. Howard took the reins in April 2018 after his former boss, Paul Parchment, was suspended and finally sacked later that year over what was believed to be the alleged […]
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18 Jan/2021

Traveller turned away over expired COVID test

(CNS): One person was denied boarding for a British Airways flight to the Cayman Islands on Thursday, the first day of the new requirement that all passengers heading here have a negative COVID-19 test that is less than 72 hours old and from an accredited laboratory. Officials said that over 200 passengers travelling to Cayman […]
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18 Jan/2021

Pageant reports Hammer to cops over scandal

(CNS) The Miss Cayman Islands Committee has made a police report regarding a video posted on movie star Armie Hammer’s social media account. Hammer, who spent time in Cayman as a child and is currently visiting his estranged wife and children who are living here, has been embroiled in a number of social media scandals […]
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16 Jan/2021

One killed in crash after police chase

(CNS): UPDATED Saturday 2:30pm: One person has died following a serious crash in West Bay early Saturday morning. Police finally confirmed the details Saturday afternoon, revealing that a 24-year-old man had been killed and two other people were in hospital with serious injuries after the collision, which happened shortly after police had abandoned...
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15 Jan/2021

Young activists call for road safety improvements

(CNS): With Coach Greg Simcoe still in a serious condition after he was knocked down on the West Bay Road last month, students who have been campaigning on the environment are now using their voices to push for improved road safety. Some of Simcoe’s students who are members of Protect Our Future told CNS that […]
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