Archive for July 19th, 2019

Concrete and codes challenge GT revamp

Concrete and codes challenge GT revamp

| 19/07/2019 | 65 Comments

(CNS): Plans to regenerate and reinvigorate George Town are still, after more than six years, in the very early visionary stages and the ambitious project is facing numerous challenges, from the amount of concrete and asphalt needed to problems with building codes and planning regulations. During a public meeting in the capital Thursday, the team […]

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Schools face legal requirement on bullying

Schools face legal requirement on bullying

| 19/07/2019 | 49 Comments

(CNS): All schools in the Cayman Islands will be required by law to introduce and follow written anti-bullying policies once new legislation is passed. The Law Reform Commission is circulating a draft amendment to the Education Law that calls for the mandatory implementation of disciplinary penalties on students who contravene school policy and relevant regulations. […]

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$3M 7MB upgrade in final phase

$3M 7MB upgrade in final phase

| 19/07/2019 | 72 Comments

(CCNS): The long promised upgrade for the Seven Mile Public Beach is heading into its final phase next month, officials said in a press release. The $3 million enhancement was promised by Dart as part of its lucrative deal with government that converted a huge swathe of the investor’s land into beachfront property, enhancing its […]

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Financial planning experts answer readers’ questions

Financial planning experts answer readers’ questions

| 19/07/2019

(CNS Local Life): The Cayman Islands is considered a rich country with all the trappings of wealth, but there is growing anxiety about personal finances among the local population and this jurisdiction has recently been ranked as world’s most costly place to live. So, earlier this month we invited readers to send in questions about […]

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See draft amendment to the Constitution in the CNS Library