Archive for April 26th, 2016

Governor agrees to JPs supporting MCA expert

Governor agrees to JPs supporting MCA expert

| 26/04/2016 | 34 Comments
(CNS): Following the debate in the Legislative Assembly Monday at the special meeting called to deal with two private members’ motions dealing with police issues, the governor has taken on board the call from members for two local JPs to support Andrew Jenkins, the expert from the UK’s Maritime [...]

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Golden Spoons Review: The Wharf

Golden Spoons Review: The Wharf

| 26/04/2016
(CNS Foodie): I’d been to The Wharf for dinner once and was not too impressed but I decided to give it another try. Some things have changed, and others have not. The place is massive, so much going on for a Saturday night! Barefoot Man was the entertainment, and the Golden Girls & Gents loved [...]

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HSA helping patients with medication costs

HSA helping patients with medication costs

| 26/04/2016 | 3 Comments
(CNS): The Health Services Authority is now providing immediate onsite support to patients who are struggling to pay for medications, which the pharmacy no longer releases without cash up front. Following changes at the hospital to try and improve collections, the authority received significant crit [...]

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Concerns over constitutional limitations emerge in debate

Concerns over constitutional limitations emerge in debate

| 26/04/2016 | 17 Comments
(CNS): MLAs largely avoided mentioning the word ‘independence’ during the debate in the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly on Monday in the first of two opposition motions regarding the police, but the perceived shortcomings in the constitution when it came to the lack of control and limited in [...]

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The root cause of Cayman’s social problems

The root cause of Cayman’s social problems

| 26/04/2016 | 79 Comments
Anonymous writes: It is good that the premier understands that our crime problem is a social one. But I wonder if he realises that it is caused by our leaders inability to do maths. Unregulated capitalism has killed the dreams of our young people. [...]

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Ministry shows ‘blatant disregard’ for FOI

Ministry shows ‘blatant disregard’ for FOI

| 26/04/2016 | 16 Comments
(CNS): The Ministry of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs has been heavily criticised by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and reported to the deputy governor regarding a freedom of information request for records relating to national pensions that took more than a year. Actin [...]

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