Archive for April 6th, 2022

Two women appointed to OfReg board

Two women appointed to OfReg board

| 06/04/2022 | 41 Comments

(CNS): Two women have been appointed as non-executive members of the OfReg board, filling up the empty seats on the previously entirely male environment. Accountant Bonnie Anglin and lawyer Natasha Bodden will serve for a period of three years on the beleaguered governing body at a time when public attention is likely to remain focused […]

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Active COVID-19 cases continue to climb

Active COVID-19 cases continue to climb

| 06/04/2022 | 32 Comments

(CNS): Another 99 new cases of COVID-19 were reported to Public Health over the last two days, bringing the estimated number of active cases to 628, including four on the Sister Islands and three people in the hospital. The daily rolling average cases for Cayman is currently 44, as the rate at which the virus […]

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WORC levies $1M fines with whistleblower help

WORC levies $1M fines with whistleblower help

| 06/04/2022 | 90 Comments

(CNS): Officials from Workforce Opportunities and Residency Cayman (WORC) have published some details of the administrative fines it levied in 2019, 2020 and 2021 on rogue employers and employees. WORC said it doled out fines worth collectively CI$1,045,154 to companies and individuals for over 400 breaches of immigration laws, and has so far collected around $740,000 […]

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CPA meets to hear controversial hotel application

CPA meets to hear controversial hotel application

| 06/04/2022 | 104 Comments

(CNS): The Central Planning Authority will be holding an additional meeting this month just to hear the controversial proposed, application for a $125 million hotel and residential resort close to Crystal Harbour that has attracted a very high number of objectors.

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New traffic unit issues 62 tickets in first week

New traffic unit issues 62 tickets in first week

| 06/04/2022 | 46 Comments

(CNS): The new RCIPS Eastern Districts Road Policing Unit (EDRPU) issued 62 tickets to drivers in its first week after focusing on school zones in the districts.  Forty-six people were pulled over for speeding, including seven drivers who were travelling at more than double the school zone speed limit. This is 15mph during school drop-off […]

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