ICCI president stepping down after three years

The president of the International College of the Cayman Islands has resigned, saying he plans to seek a new challenge after three years in the job.

Adventist kids spread prayer, kindness

Hundreds of young adults inspired to spread the message of their church reached out to people in the Bodden Town community with food bags and prayer last Saturday.

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Finance minister warns against imposing petrol price controls

Warning that government overreach can “cause more harm than good” in certain instances, Cayman Islands Finance Minister Marco Archer warned opposition MLAs against the rush to implement fuel price controls in the local petroleum market.

Deputy governor concerned about ‘politicized’ civil service

A heated Legislative Assembly exchange Monday over the fate of a Cayman Islands senior prisons manager brought warnings against “politicizing” the public service from Deputy Governor Franz Manderson.

Businessman sentenced for forgery

George Roberto Ebanks, doing business as George Ebanks Consultancy and Bookkeeping, was sentenced on Monday to perform 120 hours of community service for the offenses of forgery and making a false representation.

Government removes 114 from seamen/veterans health coverage

The Cayman Islands government took 114 people out of the healthcare coverage plan for retired veterans and seamen during the last budget year. Finance Minister Marco Archer told the Legislative Assembly on Monday that 22 of those beneficiaries had died.

Public to cull iguanas and compete for cash

Cayman Islands residents could be asked to kill green iguanas in return for raffle tickets in a new initiative to deal with the invasive pests.The DoE had outlined plans for a $425,000 four-month culling program targeting the exploding population of green iguanas.

KPMG hired for port funding project

Government has hired KPMG on a US$500,000 contract to help come up with a funding formula to pay for the George Town cruise berthing facility.

Tire shredding begins at George Town Landfill

Work began Tuesday at the George Town Landfill to shred and recycle half a million tires that have been stockpiled at the site for more than a decade. The processing effort is expected to take around a year, Premier Alden McLaughlin said.
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Brazilian corned beef removed from store shelves throughout Cayman

Supermarkets in the Cayman Islands have removed corned beef products produced in Brazil following reports of several major Brazilian meat processors selling rotten beef and poultry. The meat processors bribed auditors in exchange for fraudulent sanitary licenses.

Second arrest over cosmetic injections

A woman who was arrested in January in connection with the unlicensed performing of cosmetic injections was arrested again Friday on suspicion of the same activities.The suspect, 51, from Colombia, is a resident in the islands, according to the police.

Brac bike-a-thon a community affair

The Rotary Club of Cayman Brac held its 35th annual Bike-a-Thon fundraiser with the route taking cyclists from Spot Bay to the West End community park.At the event on March 11, approximately 20 enthusiastic riders of all ages headed for the finish line 11 miles away.
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