Archive for October 2nd, 2019

Acting ed ministry chief confirmed in job

Acting ed ministry chief confirmed in job

| 02/10/2019 | 11 Comments

(CNS): Cetonya Cacho, who has been acting as chief officer in the education ministry since August of last year, has finally been confirmed in the post. She has officially taken over the largest ministry in government, with 1,039 employees covering youth, sport, agriculture and lands in addition to education. Cacho was the deputy chief in […]

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Girl arrested after another girl stabbed

Girl arrested after another girl stabbed

| 02/10/2019

(CNS): A juvenile girl is currently in custody after she was arrested on Tuesday evening in connection with the stabbing of another girl during an altercation between the two of them on Kings Road, West Bay, at around 7:15pm. The wounded girl is currently in hospital, having sustained serious injuries, though police said Wednesday she […]

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More attractions needed for ships to stay longer

More attractions needed for ships to stay longer

| 02/10/2019 | 110 Comments

(CNS): President and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises, Michael Bayley, told local tour operators on Monday that even when the cruise berthing facility is finished, ships will not stay in port longer than they are now unless there are more attractions in Cayman. During the presentation to tourism stakeholders, the cruise line boss worked hard […]

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Carnival merger under threat

Carnival merger under threat

| 02/10/2019 | 69 Comments

(CNS): The culture ministry has said that it still stands by the goal to have a single adult carnival in Cayman next May and the government-approved weekend for the combination of the Batabano and CayMAS parades on Grand Cayman remains 9 May. But organisers behind the CayMAS carnival have said that they will not be […]

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3,000 vehicles dealt with under fee amnesty

3,000 vehicles dealt with under fee amnesty

| 02/10/2019 | 13 Comments

(CNS): Over 3,000 vehicle owners have taken advantage of the Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing (DVDL) back fees amnesty, which started in April and has one more month to run. Officials said 2,399 vehicles with expired registrations have been relicensed by their owners, another 675 owners suspended their vehicles’ registration and 194 owners ended […]

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