July 17, 2018

Cops say don’t get conned by counterfeit cash this Christmas

Officers from the RCIPS Financial Crime Unit are urging members of the public and businesses to continue to be on the look-out for fake cash, particularly as we approach the festive season. Recently some counterfeit KYD$25 notes have been found to be circulating. The notes – forgeries of the new Cayman Islands Monetary Authority 2010 […]

Cayman Islands property market quiet

Written by: Global Property Guide The global economic crisis has done little to help the Cayman Islands real estate market and recent data show that transaction volume has slowed in the Caribbean destination. The poor worldwide economy has led to a significant exodus of island labor despite improved local economic growth and improvement in the […]

Ministry of Education Staff donate calculators to CIFEC

Ministry of Education staff truly believes that charity begins at home and this was proved by their recent donation to the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre (CIFEC) students. Ministry staff volunteered to donate the funds to purchase 30 calculators. The set will be maintained by the centre, to support students in need who are sitting […]

New regulations passed for Cayman Islands Insurance Law

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman, Dec 05, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Honourable Minister Mark Scotland has announced the passing of new regulations required to enact the Cayman Islands Insurance Law (2010), including the fee schedule for both the existing and new categories of insurance companies. Speaking to a record 1,280 delegates at the 2012 Cayman Captive […]

Letter to the Editor from Coalition for Cayman (C4C)

Our Country is on a course to disaster. Political partisanship has divided us, crushed our economy, and bullied us all into feeling like we’ve lost the voice that allows us to holdour leaders accountable. This political partisanship is a result of our governments making decisions primarily for the benefit of their own parties, their party […]

OT’s issues joint communiqué

This release is being disseminated on behalf of the Governor’s Office. FCO Press Release: Wednesday 05 December 2012 Minister for the Overseas Territories and Overseas Territory leaders issue joint communiqué following Joint Ministerial Council The Joint Ministerial Council, chaired by Minister Simmonds and attended by Premiers, Chief Ministers and other elected representatives from Britain’s Overseas […]

OCG cautiously welcomes the improvement

OCG cautiously welcomes the improvement in Jamaica’s transparency International’s 2012 CPI standing but asserts that there is much more to be desired. The Office of the Contractor General (OCG) has taken note of Transparency International’s (TI), the global anti-corruption watchdog, recent publication of its 2012 Corruption Perception Index (CPI), in which it ranked Jamaica at […]

PPM name more election candidates

At a Press Conference on Wednesday (5) the People’s Progressive Movement (PPM), or “The Progressives”, as they now like to be called announced three more candidates to stand on their ticket at next May’s General Election. The candidates are Joseph Hew, Rayburn Farrington and Marco Archer. See tomorrow’s iNews for a full report.    

Letter to the Editor from BT Coalition

BT Coalition insists Dart deal is “incompatible with FFR, good governance, protection of the environment”; warns UK of “a new Turks & Caicos” Leaders of the Coalition to Keep BT Dump Free find “very disturbing” Governor Duncan Taylor’s comment about the FCIA agreement and the Dart land “swap” not being a “traditional” public procurement.  The […]

Cayman Signs 30th TIEA, with Italy

  The Cayman Islands and Italy signed a tax information exchange agreement (TIEA) during a ceremony on Monday, 3 December, in London. The Premier, the Hon. McKeeva Bush, OBE, JP. signed on behalf of the Cayman Islands, whileHis Excellency, Ambassador of Italy in the UK, Alain Giorgio Maria Economides, signed on behalf of Italy. ‘Today […]