Archive for November 9th, 2018

CAL still confident about 737 Max despite crash

CAL still confident about 737 Max despite crash

| 09/11/2018 | 97 Comments

(CNS): Officials at Cayman Airways Ltd (CAL) appear to remain confident in the decision to replace the national flag carrier’s aging fleet with the Boeing 737 Max 8, despite the recent crash in Indonesia of a relatively new plane and a safety alert from the manufacturer this week. CNS contacted CAL with questions about the pending […]

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Weed a winner after US midterm vote

Weed a winner after US midterm vote

| 09/11/2018 | 68 Comments

(CNS): Voters in three more American states have easier access to medical and recreational ganja after the mid-term elections. Michigan has voted to legalise recreational use of weed, while Utah and Missouri have voted for legal medical use. The states join 31 others that have already legalised medical marijuana, and nine where recreational use is now legal. […]

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HSA experts warn screens causing depression in kids

HSA experts warn screens causing depression in kids

| 09/11/2018 | 17 Comments

(CNS): As part of its activities to mark the World Mental Health Day last month, the Health Service Authority’s Psychiatry and Behavioural Health Department held a range of sessions on the connection between the overuse of screens, such as mobile phones and tablets, and the decreasing trend in human social interactions and episodes of depression and anxiety, as […]

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Profits flow in for private water company

Profits flow in for private water company

| 09/11/2018 | 41 Comments

(CNS): The president and CEO of Consolidated Water, Frederick McTaggart, reported in the company’s latest financial report that it enjoyed a double-digit increase in gross profit across all business segments in the third quarter of this year. The company, which operates desalination plants here and around the region and also supplies water to the West […]

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CPA to consider Camana Bay’s residential project

CPA to consider Camana Bay’s residential project

| 09/11/2018 | 78 Comments

(CNS): A planning application for the first ‘for sale’ residential development inside the Camana Bay area will be heard by the Central Planning Authority next week, according to the recently published agenda for the first meeting of the board in November. The proposal for a 124-unit residential development, including 24 duplexes, 44 single-family homes, 56 apartments, 39 pools, a boardwalk-dock […]

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