Archive for August 28th, 2020

COVID-19 test results remain negative

COVID-19 test results remain negative

| 28/08/2020 | 24 Comments

(CNS): Cayman ended another week on Friday in which it recorded no positive tests for the COVID-19 coronavirus, with a further 141 negative results from tests carried out over the last day. This week Cayman has carried out 987 tests, all of which were negative, bringing the running total to 35,195 with just 205 positive […]

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NRA and Dart still in talks over upkeep of ETH

NRA and Dart still in talks over upkeep of ETH

| 28/08/2020 | 80 Comments

(CNS): The National Roads Authority will be undertaking the landscape work around parts of the Esterley Tibbetts Highway, according to a statement released by the NRA and the Dart Group following public concerns that the overgrown trees and bush were becoming a safety hazard. The two parties said in a joint statement that they are […]

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Finance ministry is the star of PAC ‘Oscars’

Finance ministry is the star of PAC ‘Oscars’

| 28/08/2020 | 38 Comments

(CNS): The Ministry of Finance walked away with most of the special gongs handed out Thursday at the now annual Public Accounts Committee awards for government accountants. The idea of the bean-counters ‘Oscars’ is to publicly recognise civil servants who achieved on-time, unqualified accounts through audit after years of problems with the public finances.

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CUC opens new control centre

CUC opens new control centre

| 28/08/2020 | 19 Comments

(CNS): CUC has opened a new control centre to supervise the generation, transmission and distribution systems, which will improve customer service and reliability, officials said. The centre opened this month and includes an improved working environment for operators, better situational awareness of the power system, communication with field crews, storm and outage management facilities, efficiency […]

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Removal of  Constitution’s section 81 under threat

Removal of Constitution’s section 81 under threat

| 28/08/2020 | 113 Comments

(CNS): Governor Martyn Roper has said that what happened in the Legislative Assembly over the Domestic Partnership Law has put the proposed removal of his reserved powers from the Constitution under threat. This was part of a package that government and opposition members had negotiated to modernize the document, but Premier Alden had warned that […]

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