December 10, 2018

The Progressives: STRONGER

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From The Progressives 2017 Manifesto A STRONGER CAYMAN BRAC & LITTLE CAYMAN Our vision for Cayman Brac & Little Cayman includes a development plan that encourages economic growth based on the preservation of the environment, culture, and traditions of the Sister Islands. Development must be sufficient to allow Brackers to be able to make a […]

Cayman Progressives: Finances & Government

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From The Progressives Manifesto 2017 STRONG GOVERNMENT FINANCES Over the last four years, the Progressives Government, has returned the country to a secure financial position. We did so through economic growth and carefully managing our finances. This has resulted in solid budget surpluses. Surpluses that have been used to fund education, policing, health services, garbage […]

Cayman Progressives: A STRONG ECONOMY TO HELP FAMILIES & BUSINESSES

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From The Progressives Manifesto 2017 Over the last four years we worked diligently to return the country to a secure, sound financial position and create an environment for economic growth. We did so by protecting and promoting our Financial Services Industry, growing our tourist industry, supporting private sector development, improving infrastructure, and carefully managing our […]

Cayman Airways announces fleet modernization plan

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Cayman Airways has received approval from the Cayman Islands Government to proceed with its Fleet Modernization Plan. This plan will commence in the fourth quarter of this year and will see the airline’s current fleet of 122-seat Boeing 737-300 aircraft fully retired and replaced with new Boeing 737-8Max aircraft, by 2020. “This government is delighted […]

I abstained on the Whistleblowing motion because I was taken by surprise says BT MLA and he won’t be “picked off”

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Statement by Alva Suckoo MLA for Bodden Town Friday 11 April 2014 on Whistleblowing motion “I am very concerned that the public has not been given the complete picture and reasons as to why events unfolded as they did in Parliament. As a member of the Oversight committee for the Complaints Commissioner I felt compelled to abstain […]