October 2, 2022

Cayman: Hon Deputy Premier Census Conference Remarks 28.7.22

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Minister for Finance & Economic Development Remarks Deputy Premier Hon. Christopher Saunders, MP 2021 Census Of Population and Housing Report Introductory Remarks Good afternoon everyone. I want to start off by thanking all of you for attending this press conference today. As the Premier noted earlier, this census was done under challenging circumstances and I […]

The Cayman Islands’ 2021 Census of Population and Housing

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Cayman Islands, Thursday, 28 July 2022 – The Deputy Premier and Minister for Finance & Economic Development, Hon. Christopher Saunders, MP –with the Economics & Statistics Office (ESO) – released The Cayman Islands’ 2021 Census of Population and Housing Report today, 28 July 2022.  The results of the Census report conducted from October 10, 2021 to January […]

How much can you save by switching to vaporization?

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By Lisa Aaron Over the past years, smoking has been the primary form in which tobacco has been consumed. The popularity of cigarettes kept growing initially and they eventually became a staple in society. Smoking represented a good character and social standing. But, over the last few decades, research has shown that smoking is a […]

Jamaica: PM launches Life and Health Insurance for Athletes

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By Denise Dennis From JIS Jamaica has become one of the first developing countries to provide life and health insurance coverage for its national athletes, with the launch of the Jamaica Athletes Insurance Plan by the Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller, today (January 28). At the press launch, held at the Office […]

The Editor Speaks: Robbie makes some interesting points even if I don’t entirely agree

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A letter from a reader named as “Robbie” appeared on the CNS website last Sunday (5) under the heading “EY report not a fix-all”. I agree with him. Robbie begins: “The Ernst & Young report (on the rationalisation of the civil service) has good and bad points and, despite whether or not I like Ezzard […]

The Editor Speaks: Sickening increases to CINICO’s members who actually pay for health insurance

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We all know costs have increased and one can expect everyone has to pay more. It is by just how much more. When the Cayman Islands government, without any warning, can shove an increase of over 120% to some of its private residents and one approaching 40% to the rest enrolled in its health care […]