Archive for May 30th, 2019

POF urges people to contact MLAs over NCL

POF urges people to contact MLAs over NCL

| 30/05/2019 | 6 Comments

(CNS): Local students are not letting up on their growing campaign to force government to do more to protect Cayman’s natural environment. And with many of them concerned about the threat to the National Conservation Law and government’s current review of the legislation to water down some of the provisions, the young members of Protect […]

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Final port bids in, ministry reveals

Final port bids in, ministry reveals

| 30/05/2019 | 75 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Ministry of Tourism has said that the final stage of the procurement process for the cruise berthing facility in George Town is now underway, as the deadline for the companies fighting for the job to submit their final bid is Friday. A press release Thursday stated that once these final bids […]

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Moxam calls for gov’t to justify port ahead of vote

Moxam calls for gov’t to justify port ahead of vote

| 30/05/2019 | 48 Comments

(CNS): The success of the petition to trigger a people-initiated referendum on the question of the government’s cruise port project was down to grassroots activists behind the campaign “doing things the right way”, according to Johann Moxam, one of the organisers. By contrast, the government has gone about the process the wrong way, despite its […]

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Church schools get failing grades

Church schools get failing grades

| 30/05/2019 | 130 Comments

(CNS): Triple C School and Wesleyan Christian Academy were both rated as ‘weak’ following school inspections this month. While government schools have been accused of failing local children as many of them have had weak or just satisfactory ratings, these fee paying schools have also received failing grades. Inspectors said that the overall performance at […]

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