Archive for October 26th, 2018

Golden Spoons Review: Taikun

Golden Spoons Review: Taikun

| 26/10/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS Foodie): Tucked away in a quiet corner, just beyond the splendidly decorated foyer of The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, is an unassuming set of wooden sliding doors, which remain locked until 6pm each day. Once opened, this portal transitions patrons from the bright, cheerful environment of the adjoining Silver Palm Lounge to a dimly lit […]

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BT quarry fire posed no smoke danger, claims CIFS

BT quarry fire posed no smoke danger, claims CIFS

| 26/10/2018 | 31 Comments

(CNS): In the face of remaining concerns that the recent fire that smouldered for several weeks at a quarry in the Bodden Town area, the Cayman Islands Fire Service is standing by its initial assessment. In a statement Thursday, CIFS officials said that there was never a risk of the fire spreading, and even at its […]

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Inspections reveal students’ opinion of schools

Inspections reveal students’ opinion of schools

| 26/10/2018 | 38 Comments

(CNS): As inspectors begin scrutinising private schools as well as those run by government, the first review of an independent school revealed that students are not as impressed with their school as those attending government’s three high schools. The latest reports to be published include Layman E. Scott Sr High School on Cayman Brac and […]

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Ministers ‘cherry picking’ disruptive for civil service

Ministers ‘cherry picking’ disruptive for civil service

| 26/10/2018 | 37 Comments

(CNS): The reshuffling of ministries and the various departments under them every time a new administration takes over government has caused a number of anomalies in staffing allocations across the civil service, the Public Accounts Committee heard this week. PAC Chair Ezzard Miller said he believed that ministries should be set down by the governor […]

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