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Cayman's own crime scene investigator

From the age of 14, Brittney Parchman knew she wanted to pursue a career in forensic science. Now, eight years later, she’s been promoted from being a trainee to a full-fledged Scenes of Crime Officer with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS).

26 Feb, 2016

Unemployment down, economy growing

The overall unemployment rate in the Cayman Islands declined to 4.2 per cent in the third quarter of last year, the lowest it has been in eight years. At the same time unemployment among Caymanians is also sliding, down to 6.2 percent – a fall of nearly two per cent compared to the 7.9 per cent reco

26 Feb, 2016

The minimum wage balancing act

The way has been paved for the introduction of a national minimum wage in the Cayman Islands starting next month. This was done by way of an Order from Cabinet, while other legislative measures are being worked on to update the Labour Law.

17 Feb, 2016

Former Treasury boss is new Deputy Accountant General

A Caymanian accountant and former Treasury Manager, Theresa Walters, is the new Deputy Accountant General in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development.

15 Feb, 2016

Volunteer group wants to be part of jobs solution

A volunteer group that held a drive to register out of work Caymanians last week, said short term employment initiatives used by government will not address the problems in the job market. At the same time, its members have promised to do all they can to assist those who have been falling through

15 Feb, 2016

Caymanian lawyer named to top court post

The Deputy Governor and Head of the Civil Service, Franz Manderson this week announced the appointment of Suzanne Bothwell as Court Administrator Designate.

05 Feb, 2016

New Senior Policy Advisor in Education appointed

The Ministry of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs has announced Caymanian veteran educator Shari Smith as the new Senior Policy Manager and Advisor for Inclusion.

01 Feb, 2016

Gavin Dixon persevering through adversity

Gavin Dixon is now seeing the fruits of his labour and sacrifice. Mr Dixon was last week called to the bar as a lawyer able to practise in the Cayman Islands.

27 Jan, 2016

Eroding inequality at heart of government's jobs plan

“Getting Caymanians into work is central to reducing inequality,” Premier Alden McLaughlin declared addressed a room full of policy makers and business leaders.

20 Jan, 2016

New Public Safety Communications boss

Caymanian Julian D. Lewis will take over as the new Director of the Department of Public Safety Communications (DPSC) in late February, the Ministry of Home Affairs has announced.

14 Jan, 2016
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