Archive for October 5th, 2016

Cabinet makes developer and rum-cake owner Caymanians

Cabinet makes developer and rum-cake owner Caymanians

| 05/10/2016 | 72 Comments

(CNS): The premier has announced Monique Hamaty-Simmonds, owner of Tortuga Rum Cake Company, and property developer Fraser Wellon have been awarded Caymanian status by the Cabinet. Announcing the grants as the Legislative Assembly met on Wednesday to begin ploughing through the raft of business on the agenda, Premier Alden McLaughlin said that a motion would […]

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Community rallies to save Smith Cove

Community rallies to save Smith Cove

| 05/10/2016 | 83 Comments

(CNS): Caymanians and residents have been rallying on social media this week following the revelations on Cayman News Service on Monday that a significant part of Smith Cove is to be developed. The news that one of the last beautiful beach spots on Grand Cayman, loved by locals and visitors alike, could be lost to […]

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Over one third of waste comes from yards

Over one third of waste comes from yards

| 05/10/2016 | 26 Comments

(CNS): Officials working on the next steps in implementing a comprehensive waste management system for the Cayman Islands have revealed that yard waste accounts for well over a third of the rubbish going into the George Town dump. The figures demonstrate the pressing need for the premier’s ministry to get a composting project off the […]

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