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Archives for October 20, 2019

Cayman: Joint update on negotiations towards an Integrated Solid Waste Management System

From Cayman Islands Government and Decco Consortium. As negotiations continue to progress between the Cayman Islands Government and the Decco Consortium, we are pleased confirm that capping and covering the main mound at the current George Town Landfill is expected to start early next year (2020). In addition the Terms of Reference for the Environmental […]

Cayman: 15 local organizations involved in KPMG’s Make a Difference Day

On Thursday, October 10, 2019, KPMG held their annual Make a Difference Day (MaDD) at the Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa. MaDD is an initiative in which KPMG member firms around the world are encouraged to make a difference in their local communities, allowing staff to offer their time and expertise to make a positive […]

The Editor speaks: Norman, Cinema, Adverts

Last Friday (18) I received a PR from the Premier’s Office concerning the proposed cruise berthing facility. It had a message from one of our most respected Caymanians, ex leader of Government Business and Tourism Minister, Norman Bodden. The PR we have published today in full. It is one of the best PR’s I have […]

Why is a secretive billionaire buying up the Cayman Islands?

By Katy Lederer From New York Times One humid Tuesday in July, I summited the highest point on Grand Cayman, an eight-story dump known affectionately by the locals as Mount Trashmore. From the top of the foul mound — a collection of almost every piece of garbage discarded on the island since it went all-in […]

Cayman: 6 cases of dengue confirmed

Dengue Case Update Public Health Officials continue their close collaboration with the Ministry of Health and the Mosquito Research and Control Unit (MRCU) to ensure appropriate measures are undertaken to mitigate the health impact in the Islands as the region grapples with more cases of dengue. Six cases of dengue have been confirmed in the […]

Cayman: Farmers & Artisans Market makes a return for peak harvest season at Camana Bay

Camana Bay is pleased to announce that the Farmers & Artisans Market will return during peak harvest season, beginning Wednesday, 30 October. In addition, the shops of Camana Bay will open until 7 p.m. on Wednesdays for late-night shopping. As a vibrant town centre constantly growing, Camana Bay is a must-visit for international visitors and […]

Cayman: RCIPS warns motorists about poor driving habits

The RCIPS has received numerous complaints of motorists who have been driving in an inconsiderate manner on the roadway, and in doing so, violating a number of traffic laws and road code rules. As such, we would like to highlight these behaviors and request that the public follow these laws and rules to ensure smooth […]

Cayman Islands Pageant Queen takes a turn in her career

Cayman Islands Beauty Queen Precious Sheril McField takes a turn in her career and is now a solo artist, professionally known as Precious Shordee. Precious Shordee is an urban hip-hop, reggae, and dancehall artist born and raised in the Cayman Islands currently based in the UK. This new artist is deemed as one of the […]

Cayman: Norman Bodden weighs in on proposed Cruise Berthing Facility

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (17 October 2019) – Norman Bodden, OBE, is one of the few old guards who remain in Cayman today. No one can question his stellar reputation in both business and community or his contributions to the religious, corporate, governance and private sector development of these three islands. Today he still stands […]

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