Archive for August 22nd, 2019

Opposition challenges constitutional changes

Opposition challenges constitutional changes

| 22/08/2019 | 22 Comments

(CNS): The opposition members have said that not only do they believe that any changes to the Cayman Islands Constitution must go to a public vote, they have also revealed that they do not support all of the changes reportedly negotiated in the recent UK-Cayman talks.

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Man and machine clean up sargassum

Man and machine clean up sargassum

| 22/08/2019 | 17 Comments

(CNS): A combination of specialist machinery and a group of workers has had a significant impact in the battle against sargassum seaweed on local beaches. A small crew of six people on the extended National Community Enhancement Project (NiCE) cleaned up the coastline at the South Sound ramp and board walk, the Frank Sound ramp, […]

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Jewellers warned of sector’s financial risks

Jewellers warned of sector’s financial risks

| 22/08/2019 | 16 Comments

(CNS): It is no longer just offshore financial institutions that are vulnerable to money laundering. Industries as diverse as real estate and jewellers are also at risk of being used to disguise the source of assets. Dealers in precious metals and stones (DPMS) were recently warned by government officials at a special workshop organised for […]

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Cruise port project and possible global recession

Cruise port project and possible global recession

| 22/08/2019 | 75 Comments

Johann Moxam writes: I would like to state for the public record that MLAs Kenneth Bryan, Chris Saunders, Alva Suckoo and Ezzard Miller all assisted the Cruise Port Referendum group to gather signatures for the petition to trigger a people-initiated referendum under S.70 of the Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009.

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