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CPR Cayman win referendum ruling

Justice Tim Owen, QC, issued his ruling last week in the judicial review challenge brought by Shirley Roulstone, a member of CPR Cayman, which challenged the legality of the law enacted by Government to establish the process and procedure for the conduct of...

19 Feb, 2020

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19 Feb, 2020

Premier’s statement on Referendum Law ruling

“Understandably, the ruling of Acting Judge Tim Owen QC of Matrix Chambers handed down this morning is not the outcome that the Government had hoped for.

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Small Biz Bootcamp to host Second Free Workshop

The Chamber Training Centre’s Small Biz Bootcamp Series will be hosting their sec...

19 Feb, 2020

Ministry of Culture announces Carnival Week

The Ministry of Culture, along with key stakeholders, announced that they have co...

18 Feb, 2020

Government

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19 Feb, 2020

Opposition stands ready to assist in EU Delisting Process

Members of the Opposition today reaffirmed their commitment to assist the Government in their efforts to have the Cayman Islands removed from the European Union’s (EU) list of non-cooperative jurisdictions.

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Government reporting better, but issues still remain

The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) has just released its report on the audit...

18 Feb, 2020

CIDB delinquent loans still too high

The Office of the Auditor General’s report ‘Financial Reporting of the Cayman Isl...

18 Feb, 2020

International

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19 Feb, 2020

PM cancels CARICOM trip over pipeline crisis

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is committed to finding a quick and peaceful resolution to the anti-pipeline blockades that have shut down swaths of the country’s train system and temporarily blocked bridges and highways.

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Honduran gang leader busts out of court

Heavily armed men dressed in military fatigues and police uniforms stormed a cour...

19 Feb, 2020

Filipino priests under scrutiny

A Catholic association in Philippines is campaigning to curtail the sexual abuse...

19 Feb, 2020

Regional

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17 Feb, 2020

Jamaican teachers threaten to strike

The Jamaica Teachers’ Association has issud a 30-day ultimatum demanding that the government respond to its call to address security and disciplinary issues affecting the nation’s schools.

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Rosalie Bay reopens in Dominica

One of the Caribbean’s most beloved eco-hotels has completed its comeback from Hu...

17 Feb, 2020

Barbados unveils plans for overseas strippers

The Barbados-based Adult Industry Association has submitted a proposal to governm...

17 Feb, 2020

Community

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18 Feb, 2020

Lighthouse School and Cayman International School Partner in Civic Pro...

The Lighthouse School (LHS) and Cayman International School (CIS) are working together in a new civic collaboration partnership.

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COCO FEST SUPPORTS LOCAL CHARITY

Hundreds of people wandered their way through the seven-acre property of Pedro St...

17 Feb, 2020

WORC Cracks Down on Illegal Employment Activity

On the 10th February Compliance officers from the Workforce Opportunities & Resid...

17 Feb, 2020

Law Enforcement

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18 Feb, 2020

West Bay Drug Operation Results in Arrests, Cash Seized

On Friday, 14 February, RCIPS officers, with the assistance of officers from the Department of Agriculture, conducted searches at three locations in the district of West Bay, under the Misuse of Drugs Law. As a result, three persons were arrested on suspicion of drug offenses.

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Single-Vehicle Collision on Bodden Town Road

Shortly before 4:00PM on Monday, 17 February, officers responded to a report of a...

18 Feb, 2020

RCIPS FCIU Warns of Scam Email

The RCIPS is informing the public of a fraudulent email being sent to members of...

14 Feb, 2020