Archive for May 10th, 2022

Dart seeks 7MB setback waiver for bar toilets

Dart seeks 7MB setback waiver for bar toilets

| 10/05/2022 | 146 Comments

(CNS): One of Dart’s networks of companies has made an application to revamp the beach bar formerly named Calico Jack’s and is seeking a number of waivers to planning rules, including a high water mark setback in order to place a toilet block on Seven Mile Beach.

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Cayman loses two long-serving political icons

Cayman loses two long-serving political icons

| 10/05/2022 | 9 Comments

(CNS): National Hero Sybil Ione McLaughlin (93), the first clerk of the Legislative Assembly following the adoption in 1959 of the first Cayman Islands Constitution, passed away peacefully Tuesday morning. Her colleague, Arley James “AJ” Miller, Cayman’s last surviving Vestryman to serve in the original legislative body before it transitioned to the Legislative Assembly, died […]

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Jubilee celebration events get underway

Jubilee celebration events get underway

| 10/05/2022 | 22 Comments

(CNS): Various events, projects and programmes are already underway as Cayman counts down towards the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations on the monarch’s official birthday weekend early next month. Most of the events are free with family-friendly activities, such as the commemorative exhibit that began on Commonwealth Day in the foyer of the Parliament and the […]

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Cayman’s UK rep confirms she has no British passport

Cayman’s UK rep confirms she has no British passport

| 10/05/2022 | 190 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Island representative in the UK, Dr Tasha Ebanks-Garcia, has confirmed that she worked for almost a year heading up the London Office on a Canadian passport as she doesn’t yet have a British one. Following the questions raised recently about her eligibility to work in the United Kingdom, she issued a statement […]

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NCB says locals buying into GT boutique hotel

NCB says locals buying into GT boutique hotel

| 10/05/2022 | 55 Comments

(CNS): NCB, the developers of a new hotel under construction on North Church Street, says that half of the residencies have already been sold and that three-quarters of them were purchased by local residents rather than offshore buyers. While many realtors in the Cayman Islands market depend on overseas investors to snap up their high-end […]

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