July 25, 2021

The Editor Speaks: Another public scandal

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And so the list goes on with public officials, normally being suspended on full pay whilst inquiries are ongoing, when criminal activities are suspected. The very latest is now at The Cayman Turtle Centre where a significant amount of cash has gone missing. As in keeping with all government departments a figure is not put […]

The Editor Speaks: Can our National Gallery ever be profitable?

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No. I don’t know of any National Gallery that doesn’t rely on a government/local authority/national funding agreement/etc for the bulk of its funds. In Scotland, the National Gallery there gets a National Lottery grant. It therefore comes as no surprise to learn our National Gallery shows a net loss of $261,859 in the 2015/16 financial […]

The Editor Speaks: Bush can be likened to an old stuck gramophone record

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It’s like listening to a worn out old gramophone record with the needle stuck in the groove when it comes to the verbal diarrhea that emanates from our former premier and now leader of the opposition Hon. McKeeva Bush when it comes to the Auditor General Alastair Swarbrick. I know most of you won’t know what […]

The Editor Speaks: Swarbrick says issues continue to undermine real accountability

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Further to my Editorial yesterday “Auditor General says two ministries have tendered appalling accounts” I am continuing with the same subject as there still remains in the majority of the government ministries need for much improvement. The Auditor General says: “It is important to recognize the positive trend for the information in M&Ps’ financial statements […]