Archive for February 3rd, 2021

Courts deny that judge withheld JR documents

Courts deny that judge withheld JR documents

| 03/02/2021 | 12 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands courts have denied that an application for judicial review and a subsequent ruling were blocked from the public by the judge currently presiding in the case. In what appears to be a miscommunication among court staff, CNS and another media house were repeatedly denied access to the judicial application filed by […]

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Second doses boost COVID vaccine figures

Second doses boost COVID vaccine figures

| 03/02/2021 | 29 Comments

(CNS): Just 88 people received their first COVID-19 vaccine shot over the last day, according to figures released by Public Health officials, but generally, the vaccine programme still appears to be progressing very well. So far, 3,197 people from the groups in the first stage, including the elderly, healthcare staff and front-line airport and other […]

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More development needed, says McLaughlin

More development needed, says McLaughlin

| 03/02/2021 | 142 Comments

(CNS): Premier Alden McLaughlin has sent a message to environmental activists and conservationists after making it clear that if his team leads the next coalition government, it will seek to keep the pace of development going. Despite clear evidence that Grand Cayman’s coastline, especially along Seven Mile Beach, is already eroding and the sea level […]

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Voters urged to check the register

Voters urged to check the register

| 03/02/2021

(CNS): The Revised Register of Electors was published by the Elections Office on Wednesday and is now open to public review for the next 21 days to enable voters to submit claims and objections especially those whose names have been wrongly removed or stated incorrectly in the revised list. With a surge in the number […]

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Premier confident PPM will ‘choose’ McTaggart

Premier confident PPM will ‘choose’ McTaggart

| 03/02/2021

(CNS): Premier Alden McLaughlin has said he is confident the People’s Progressive Movement will choose Roy McTaggart as the new party leader at the PPM conference, which is expected in the coming weeks. During an address at the Chamber of Commerce AGM last week, McLaughlin took the opportunity to campaign for a third PPM-led government. […]

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Airfield project better managed, claims CEO

Airfield project better managed, claims CEO

| 03/02/2021 | 40 Comments

(CNS): After pointing the finger at the consultants that were selected to design and manage the terminal phase of the airport project, which was over budget and over time, Cayman Islands Airport Authority CEO Albert Anderson has claimed that the now completed airfield side of the project has been much better managed. Nevertheless, the exterior […]

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West Bay man arrested in fatal crash case

West Bay man arrested in fatal crash case

| 03/02/2021

(CNS): A 27-year-old unidentified West Bay man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving in connection with a fatal smash in which Shayne Anthony Ewart (24) was killed. The crash also saw another passenger badly injured and that person remains in hospital. Police said the suspect driver, who had also been […]

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