Archive for July 18th, 2022

Budget weaknesses outlined in bid documents

Budget weaknesses outlined in bid documents

| 18/07/2022 | 50 Comments

(CNS): Significant shortcomings in the way government currently reports and manages its now one billion dollar per year budget have been outlined in documents prepared by the finance ministry as it looks for consultants to help modernise the process. The current budget process is failing both the Cayman Islands Government and the people, and does […]

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Cayman receives EU grant to improve energy efficiency

Cayman receives EU grant to improve energy efficiency

| 18/07/2022 | 26 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Government will be using a European Union grant of more than €1.2 million (around CI$1 million) to improve the energy efficiency of government buildings and National Housing Development Trust (NHDT) homes. The funds, awarded by the Resilience, Sustainable Energy and Marine Biodiversity Programme (RESEMBID), will be used by the new Cayman […]

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Health minister down with COVID-19 as cases climb

Health minister down with COVID-19 as cases climb

| 18/07/2022 | 104 Comments

(CNS): Health Minister Sabrina Turner is the latest member of Cabinet to test positive for COVID-19. The MP for Prospect took a lateral flow test at home Monday morning and is now isolating as she waits for the result of a PCR test to confirm the positive test result, according to a brief release from […]

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Dolphin park pays out US$500k so far in injury claim

Dolphin park pays out US$500k so far in injury claim

| 18/07/2022 | 17 Comments

(CNS): A customer who was skewered in the eye by a piece of rusty rebar jutting from a wall at Dolphin Discovery has been awarded US$500,000 in damages so far but could be getting even more following his successful claim against the park. John McDow (39), who is from the US state of Georgia but […]

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