Archive for September 1st, 2022

Auditors flagged $1.2M unsecured CIFA ‘loans’

Auditors flagged $1.2M unsecured CIFA ‘loans’

| 01/09/2022

(CNS): A director with Rankin Berkower, which conducted the Cayman Islands Football Association’s audits, explained to a jury this week how he spotted red flags in the 2014 annual review of CIFA’s books and reported his concerns to the Anti-Corruption Commission. As the trial of Canover Watson and Bruce Blake on charges of fraud and […]

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Cayman adds Colombia to list of possible food suppliers

Cayman adds Colombia to list of possible food suppliers

| 01/09/2022 | 95 Comments

(CNS): Agriculture Minister Jay Ebanks is looking at adding another country to the list of potential suppliers for the Cayman Islands in pursuit of greater food security as the world battles supply chain issues and inflation caused by a number of issues, including the pandemic and the war in Ukraine, compounded by climate change. Following […]

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Bryan ‘disappointed’ as CAL chairman left too soon

Bryan ‘disappointed’ as CAL chairman left too soon

| 01/09/2022 | 109 Comments

(CNS): Tourism Minister Kenneth Bryan has said he was disappointed that Jude Scott, who recently resigned as chairman of Cayman Airways, “abandoned ship when he did” because he had “jumped the gun a little” since the concerns he raised in his resignation letter have largely already been addressed. Bryan said that Cabinet has approved the […]

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HSA controls A&E care for trauma patients

HSA controls A&E care for trauma patients

| 01/09/2022 | 25 Comments

(CNS): The Health Services Authority (HSA) has said it is responsible for providing emergency care across the three Cayman Islands and coordinates with Health City Cayman Islands in emergencies to transfer patients when necessary. But it seems that in the first instance, no matter where an emergency occurs, unless it is cardiac related, patients carried […]

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OfReg invites Caymanians to join Consumer Council

OfReg invites Caymanians to join Consumer Council

| 01/09/2022 | 79 Comments

(CNS): The Utility Regulation and Competition Office (OfReg) is creating a Consumer Council to advise it on issues involving utilities that significantly affect consumers and is looking for suitably qualified Caymanians interested in serving on this new body. It will be made up of six members, one from each of the districts across all three […]

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