Archive for October 29th, 2019

DoT PR officer moves to top CITA job

DoT PR officer moves to top CITA job

| 29/10/2019 | 10 Comments

(CNS): Jay Ehrhart has crossed over from the civil service to the private sector after departing the Department of Tourism for a top job at the Cayman Islands Tourism Association. Ehrhart, a former Radio Cayman newscaster who moved to the DoT in 2014, will take up the role as executive director with the body that […]

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Opposition exposes premier’s ‘hypocrisy’

Opposition exposes premier’s ‘hypocrisy’

| 29/10/2019 | 51 Comments

(CNS): Opposition Leader Arden McLean said that Premier Alden McLaughlin made a very different argument on Monday about the concerns over the cruise berthing referendum than he did over the ‘one man, one vote’ poll held in 2012. During the debate on the draft bill paving the way for a national poll on the port, […]

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Road work aims to tackle traffic jams

Road work aims to tackle traffic jams

| 29/10/2019 | 57 Comments

(CNS): The National Roads Authority has begun work in the Red Bay area of George Town on several different roads in a bid to tackle the mounting traffic congestion in the mornings and evenings at the bottle necks there. Work is underway to create a third lane at the Grand Harbour Roundabout, which will be […]

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Hospital to spend $500k on new A/C

Hospital to spend $500k on new A/C

| 29/10/2019 | 25 Comments

(CNS): The Health Services Authority is about to begin a major multi-million dollar capital project to upgrade the George Town hospital. The first phase will start with the replacement of the air-conditioning and chiller system. Officials told CNS that the work to replace the system and upgrade the existing infrastructure to accommodate the modernisation will […]

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