Archive for March 21st, 2022

Public street fitness park opens on 7MB

Public street fitness park opens on 7MB

| 21/03/2022 | 27 Comments

(CNS): Government officials opened the Calisthenics Park last week on crown land at the Seven Mile Public Beach. The 5,575 sqft outdoor fitness facility, which is open to the public, was donated by local businessman Phillip Schlossstein and will be maintained and managed by the Cayman Islands Government. Calisthenics is a form of strength training […]

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Free school meals rolled out in high schools

Free school meals rolled out in high schools

| 21/03/2022 | 41 Comments

(CNS): From today, students in all government schools will have access to free breakfast, lunch and snacks every school day, as the Ministry of Education rolled out the second phase of the multi-million dollar programme to make sure that children have adequate nourishment. The Public Schools Meals Programme was extended to government high schools and […]

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Challenges to Constitution are welcome, says AG

Challenges to Constitution are welcome, says AG

| 21/03/2022 | 25 Comments

(CNS): Chantelle Day and Vickie Bodden-Bush “are to be commended for their determination to litigate the issues in their case”, Attorney General Samuel Bulgin said in the wake of last week’s Privy Council ruling that upheld the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal ruling that the Constitution does not give same-sex couples the right to marry.

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New airport road delayed over culverts tender

New airport road delayed over culverts tender

| 21/03/2022 | 31 Comments

(CNS): The National Roads Authority is busy building roads all over Grand Cayman but the $800,000 contract awarded to Dart over two years ago to build the first phase of the airport connector road from the Esterley Tibbetts Highway to Sparky Drive in the Industrial Park area remains stalled.

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Disney ship triggers phased cruise return

Disney ship triggers phased cruise return

| 21/03/2022 | 119 Comments

(CNS): Premier Wayne Panton has said the return of cruise ships reflects the “balanced and pragmatic approach” the government has taken to the phased tourism reopening plan and a “conservative reintroduction” of ships.

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Premier wants input on planning law review

Premier wants input on planning law review

| 21/03/2022 | 33 Comments

(CNS): Premier Wayne Panton had no explanation, when asked on Friday, for why no one with experience or knowledge in the areas of sustainable development and climate change mitigation was appointed to the committee reviewing the planning legislation. However, Panton said he wants to see input from groups concerned about these issues or people with […]

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