December 2, 2023

Cayman Islands DVDL Enhances Online Services

• DVDL launches text message reminder service • Customers can now check online if their new plates are ready • The new services will help to save customers time. GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Department of Vehicle and Driver’s Licencing (DVDL), in partnership with the e-Government Unit, the Computer Services Department and the Ministry of Commerce, Planning and […]

Cayman Islands NiCE beautification work continues

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – 518 unemployed persons registered for the National Community Enhancement Winter Project (NiCE) which started Monday, 26 November 2018. Of that number 343 have commenced working on the initiative, which provides up to three weeks of work ending on Friday, 14 December. According NiCE Project Manager Levi Allen from the Public Works […]

Plan Cayman

Cayman Islands Department of Planning embarks on Development Plan review. The department is seeking public input for the plan.   GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Department of Planning is preparing to update the Development Plan for Grand Cayman and is seeking the public’s help. Dubbed “Plan Cayman”, the Development Plan is a long-range, comprehensive strategy […]

Cayman Islands: Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday takes place on Saturday, 24 November The public is encouraged to “Shop Small” in support of local micro & small businesses Several small businesses will have special offers for the initiative   GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – This month the public is encouraged to ‘shop small’, as the Cayman Islands Small Business Association […]

Cayman Islands National Community Enhancement Project Winter 2018

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Government has announced that the final National Community Enhancement (NiCE) Project for 2018 will run for three weeks starting on Monday, 26 November. The initiative which is again being led by the Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure (CP&I) will be delivered through the Public Works Department (PWD), the National […]

Cayman Islands National Community Enhancement Project to incentivise workers

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Approximately 460 unemployed Caymanians and out-of-work spouses of Caymanians, down from 606 last December, registered for up to two weeks paid work on the Government’s National Enhancement Summer Project (NiCE). The project’s Manager, Levi Allen of the Public Works Department, explained that as well as providing much-needed enhancement of the nation’s […]

Consulting programme open to small Cayman Islands businesses

Small businesses facing challenges are invited to participate in the Student Consulting Programme, a partnership between the Ministry of Commerce, the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) and Cayman National Bank. The 10 week programme matches participating small business owners with a team of students, enrolled in UCCI’s upper-level entrepreneurship and small business management […]

April air arrivals to Cayman Islands hit record breaking highs

One in every four months since 2013 has been a record breaker Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (17 April, 2017) Stayover visitor arrivals for the month of April 2017 were the highest of any April in Cayman Islands history. The arrival of 38,927 visitors represented an increase of 12.62% over the corresponding period in 2016, easily […]

Cayman Islands Tourism Speak-Off Winner 2016-17 – Monina Thompson

The top debater and new 2016-17 Tourism Ambassador is Ms. Monina Thompson from John Gray High School. As part of her prize package, she won $1000. The Tourism Speak Off– a programme that encourages tourism awareness among high school students from a local and international perspective—was hosted by the Ministry and Department of Tourism and […]

Immigration policy supports property investors in Cayman Islands

At the State of the Nation luncheon on 9th October 2014, Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin confirmed that a new immigration policy directive has been approved by Cabinet.   Councillor Joey Hew confirmed this week that this new directive is in the process of being Gazetted by the Government. This will be particularly pertinent to ex-pat property […]