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West Bay South candidates Raul Nicholson-Coe and André Ebanks squared up on Wednesday's eighth Cayman Crosstalk district debate. Nicholson-Coe and Ebanks are both independent candidates...
Crosstalk host Barrie Quappe welcomes West Bay South candidates Raul Nicholson-Coe and André Ebanks to talk about the upcoming election and answer questions about voter’s top issues.
André Ebanks, who until recently was the Cayman Islands representative to the UK and Europe, has officially declared he intends to run for office as an independent for West Bay South.
Charles Parchment has been appointed Cayman's acting representative in Britain, after the former head of the Cayman Islands Government Office UK, André Ebanks, resigned, reportedly to run for local office.
The Resh Hour with Cayman UK representative Andre Ebanks on the role of the Cayman Islands Government in the UK, and recent changes to travel entry.
Andre Ebanks, Cayman’s government representative in the UK, believes the level of cooperation between Cayman and the UK during the COVID pandemic should form the basis for their future relationship.
Cayman’s UK and Europe Representative Andre Ebanks will be among British Overseas Territories personnel laying wreaths at Sunday’s National Service of Remembrance in London.
André Ebanks will soon become the most senior Cayman Islands official in the United Kingdom.
Andre Ebanks, deputy chief officer of the Ministry of Community Affairs, presents the Family Resource Centre’s programme facilitator Anne-Marie Diaz with a cheque for $9,000 on behalf of the ministry’s Gender Affairs Unit.
The Ministry of Community Affairs’ Gender Affairs Unit has donated $9,000 to the Family Resource Centre to help pay for activities to mark the 20th anniversary of the observance of Honouring Women Month in the Cayman Islands.
With the Public Accounts Committee poised to review an Auditor General’s report highlighting lack of action on welfare reform, officials have released details of plans for another round of consultation on the issue.
As lawmakers in the United States gear up to debate President Donald Trump’s proposed overhaul to the country’s federal tax system, government has hired a multinational law firm to advocate for the Cayman financial sector in Washington D.C.