Archive for April 29th, 2015

Work only just begins on long awaited e-gov site

Work only just begins on long awaited e-gov site

| 29/04/2015 | 11 Comments

(CNS): The much anticipated goal of moving more government services online to cut costs and improve efficiency still appears some way off. Despite promises from successive administrations that technology will be used to help reduce queues, bureaucracy and costs, e-government is still in the early stages.  Officials revealed that the new gov.ky service portal will not […]

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Liquor store robbed at gunpoint

Liquor store robbed at gunpoint

| 29/04/2015 | 6 Comments

(CNS): Police have said it is too early to tell if the booze shop robber has switched weapons after a gunpoint stick-up at a West Bay liquor store Tuesday evening. An RCIPS spokesperson said uniformed officers at the district police station received a report about the latest booze shop heist at 9:21pm last night (28 […]

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Cayman will ‘rue day’ of SMCs, says Mac

Cayman will ‘rue day’ of SMCs, says Mac

| 29/04/2015 | 15 Comments

(CNS): The opposition leader showed no signs of accepting the government’s move to introduce single member constituencies (SMCs) and one man, one vote (OMOV) during the Electoral Boundary Commission’s West Bay meeting Tuesday. The commissioners were in the district to listen to public views on where and how the boundaries for the new political landscape […]

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GT hospital’s A&E is not for primary care

GT hospital’s A&E is not for primary care

| 29/04/2015 | 11 Comments

In reading the response from the HSA and the post from Mr Miller, I am glad he brings the issues to the table. However, There is a much larger issue and it is the public at large and the HSA that needs to take some responsibility for our current system and how it functions. An emergency […]

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OCC releases new small claims guide

OCC releases new small claims guide

| 29/04/2015 | 10 Comments

(CNS): In an effort to help the man on the street to take legal action even when does not have the cash for an attorney, the Office of the Complaints Commissioner has published its fifth updated and expanded edition of the “Small Claims Handbook”. The guide, which was written by attorney Brett Basdeo, is free of […]

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Safety at work improving, claims minister

Safety at work improving, claims minister

| 29/04/2015 | 11 Comments

(CNS): The employment minister boasted about the quality of local health and safety Tuesday in a message to mark World Safety Day. Admitting there was some work to do, Tara Rivers said she was “delighted” that workplace culture was changing in Cayman as “more and more employers are making safety and health a top priority”. But […]

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