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19 Mar/2019

Inspectors: Prospect improves as Savannah struggles

(CNS): Education inspectors have found that Prospect Primary School is improving, though it fell short of receiving a ‘good’ result because of a few areas that still need work, but Savannah Primary is still struggling. While Prospect was rated ‘satisfactory’ overall with many areas found to be ‘good’, Savannah...
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19 Mar/2019

Carnival raises more cruise port concerns

(CNS): Local activists opposed to government’s proposed cruise berthing facility have raised concerns about the latest actions of Carnival cruise line both across the region and here locally after it dropped a Caribbean island from its itineraries and pulled out of business with at least one long-standing local watersports company in the...
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18 Mar/2019

CIFA accounts reveal fraud allegations

(CNS): An audit of the Cayman Islands Football Association by Grant Thornton has revealed some details of the alleged fraud perpetrated against the local football body by former executives. In one of three audits of CIFA’s books, which the current president recently said would not be made public, former CIFA president Jeffrey Webb and...
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15 Mar/2019

First woman president of UCCI inaugurated

(CNS Local Life): Outlining a vision of the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) as “key to national prosperity” and promising that “the success of our students will be the stars that guide us through the night sky”, Dr Stacy McAfee officially took up the mantle as UCCI president and CEO on Tuesday, 12 […]
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14 Mar/2019

Lighthouse school shines following inspection

(CNS): The Lighthouse School was described as “a good school” by education inspectors this month after it was rated ‘excellent’ in several categories and ‘good’ in the majority of areas inspected. It was rated satisfactory in just two areas and none at all were rated poorly. As government schools largely struggle...
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14 Mar/2019

New health bill to provide for living wills

(CNS): Government has published a bill to address advance decisions about healthcare, particularly relating to end-of-life care and for those who become mentally ill, as no such law currently exists in Cayman. The Health Care Decisions Bill is expected to be debated at the next meeting of the Legislative Assembly, scheduled for 3 April, and...
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14 Mar/2019

New deputy to act as fire chief

(CNS): The home affairs ministry has confirmed that Brevon Elliot, who was promoted just this month to deputy chief fire officer for aviation, will take over as the acting chief fire officer from Witney Tatum, as the search for a new CFO on a one-year contract continues. Elliot is the first of the new senior […]
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13 Mar/2019

DoA defends putting down 3 seized dogs

(CNS): The Department of Agriculture has said that it gave the owner of three dogs, which it said were aggressive and out of control, ample warnings about the failure to keep them secure before the animals were put down on Monday. But in a number of social media postings, the owner of the three dogs […]
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