Archive for November 20th, 2020

Public urged to nominate people for new gongs

Public urged to nominate people for new gongs

| 20/11/2020 | 56 Comments

(CNS): After what appears to be a paucity of nominations for government’s new set of revamped national gongs, officials are urging people to identify individuals to get the awards at the first investiture in the New Year. Officials said the deadline for nominations for the Council for the Order of the Cayman Islands closes next […]

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Hospital is gifted clean air technology

Hospital is gifted clean air technology

| 20/11/2020 | 19 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Hospital has received a specialized in-duct air purification system that can significantly neutralize the COVID-19 virus and other contaminants in the air. The technology can destroy viruses, bacteria, mould, odours, air pollutants, volatile organic compounds and smoke at source, officials said in a release.

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CIPP begins work on membership

CIPP begins work on membership

| 20/11/2020 | 37 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands People’s Party is now making a concerted effort to encourage Caymanians to join its ranks and help find candidates who can offer accountable, transparent and ethical representation in as many of the nineteen parliamentary seats as possible. Speaking at the first of a series of public meetings in George Town on […]

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Cayman top of list for global tax losses

Cayman top of list for global tax losses

| 20/11/2020 | 81 Comments

(CNS): Public purses around the world are losing over $427 billion in tax each year to international corporate tax abuse and private tax evasion, according to a new global report. The State of Tax Justice 2020, the inaugural edition of what is to be an annual report by the Tax Justice Network, found that more […]

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Annual UKOT meeting goes online

Annual UKOT meeting goes online

| 20/11/2020 | 20 Comments

(CNS): The annual meeting between the United Kingdom and its overseas territories will take place this year via video-conference starting on Monday. As with everything in 2020, the Joint Ministerial Council has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the virus and the arrival of various vaccines will top the agenda, the territories and the […]

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