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Cuban community in Cayman holds solidarity protest

Cuban community in Cayman holds solidarity protest

| 19th July 2021 | 0 Comments

(RCN) Cubans living in the Cayman Islands took to the streets in George Town, early on Saturday morning. Broadly, Cubans are protesting against food shortages, rising cases of Covid-19 and severe electricity blackouts in the country, which they attribute to the government’s failure to cope with the situation. “ We are here to join other […]

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Ministry of Education (MOE) Committed to Bridging the Digital Divide among Students.

Ministry of Education (MOE) Committed to Bridging the Digital Divide among Students.

| 18th June 2021 | 0 Comments

(RCN) The Minister for Education Hon. Juliana O’Connor-Connolly recently (26 May) announced the arrival of 2,640 student laptops through the One-to-One laptop program and the continued roll-out of the Department of Education Services (DES) connectivity program in conjunction with schools. Minister O’Connor-Connolly further stated, “The arrival of these laptops and the continued roll-out of DES […]

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5-day Quarantine, PCR test on arrival scrapped. Information from the CIG Press Briefing.

5-day Quarantine, PCR test on arrival scrapped. Information from the CIG Press Briefing.

| 18th June 2021 | 0 Comments

(RCN) At the COVID-19 press conference on Wednesday 16 June 2021, Premier Hon. Wayne Panton and members of Cabinet announced changes to travel and quarantine regulations that will go into effect on Wednesday 23 June 2021. Premier Panton announced the reduction of mandatory quarantine to five days for verifiably vaccinated incoming travellers; the reinstatement of […]

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Uk fire instructor trains 60 people

Uk fire instructor trains 60 people

| 17th June 2021 | 0 Comments

 After three months the Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) has said farewell to a visiting training instructor from the United Kingdom brought down to deliver               Gary Wright of Newcastle International Training Academy trained over 60 Caymanian fire service staff in a range of topics, following his arrival on Island in February 2021. Courses included: instructor […]

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DVDL Launches New and Improved Website

DVDL Launches New and Improved Website

| 11th June 2021 | 0 Comments

(RCN) The Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing (DVDL) recently launched a new and improved website at www.dvdl.gov.ky,offering customers an easier way to access information and services and complete transactions online. Director of DVDL David Dixon stated that modernising the website is one of the many steps that the Department is taking to ensure that customers receive […]

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Tourism Minister Bryan Visits Cayman Airways

Tourism Minister Bryan Visits Cayman Airways

| 10th June 2021 | 0 Comments

(RCN) Minister for Tourism, Hon. Kenneth Bryan and Parliamentary Secretary Heather Bodden today visited the Cayman Airways (CAL) Corporate Office to meet the staff and learn more about the inner workings of the Islands national flag carrier.    Accompanied by Chief Officer Stran Bodden and Deputy Officer Perry Powell, Minister Bryan was taken on a […]

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Minister Bernie Bush tours Grand Cayman Fire Stations.

Minister Bernie Bush tours Grand Cayman Fire Stations.

| 10th June 2021 | 0 Comments

(RCN) New Home Affairs Minister, Hon. Bernie Bush toured all three fire stations on Grand Cayman last week (Wednesday, 2 June 2021). Accompanied by Chief Fire Officer Paul Walker and Acting Chief Officer for the Home Affairs Ministry Michael Ebanks, Mr Bush met officers and received briefings on the facilities and resources located at each […]

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RCIPS Update on Operation Quaker

RCIPS Update on Operation Quaker

| 9th June 2021 | 0 Comments

The RCIPS’ targeted road safety and enforcement campaign, Operation Quaker, continued this weekend, with increased police presence and enforcement on Cayman’s roads. This past weekend, 4–6 June, five persons were arrested on suspicion of DUI, and about 10 tickets were issued to drivers found in contravention of the Cayman Islands Traffic Law. In addition, officers […]

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New Process for Production of Police Clearance Certificates.

New Process for Production of Police Clearance Certificates.

| 4th June 2021 | 0 Comments

(RCN) In order to streamline the application and issuing of Police Clearance Certificates (PCC), the RCIPS Criminal Records Office (CRO) has made changes to its processes. There are some important changes that applicants need to be aware of. The production process is now system-generated and certificates will look a bit different from previous versions. The […]

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Insurance Innovation in the Cayman Islands

Insurance Innovation in the Cayman Islands

| 2nd June 2021 | 0 Comments

The global health crisis has been a driver towards greater innovation and improved customer service. Whilst most of us can recall the perennial insurance salesman as a constant (and still necessary) feature of the life insurance industry, Sagicor Life of the Cayman Islands has shown us that growth and innovation are important in the way […]

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