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Port Authority terminates suspended director

Port Director Clement Reid has had his employment terminated by “mutual consent,” the Port Authority confirmed Wednesday.

Suspension of port director extended

Cayman Islands Port Authority Director Clement Reid had his suspension extended, according to minutes from recent board meetings.

Port fires four senior staffers

The Cayman Islands Port Authority has terminated the contracts of four senior staff members, according to a brief statement issued Monday by the authority’s acting director.

Port director suspended in internal investigation

Cayman Islands Port Authority Director Clement Reid was suspended Wednesday for “up to three months” in connection with an internal investigation at the authority.

Port director given second chance

The Cayman Islands Port Authority Board of Directors was “generally displeased” with the actions of its managing director, but not displeased enough to terminate his employment, according to correspondence released by the authority.

Powerful panel assembled for tourism meeting

The heads of the police force, port and airport will field questions from tourism industry figures at the Cayman Islands Tourism Association’s annual general meeting, Wednesday.

Port report: Staff cost overruns, office upgrades, ‘theft’ of motors

A report finding potential fraud risks and alleging breaches of hiring rules at the Cayman Islands Port Authority was released by Auditor General Sue Winspear Friday, following numerous open records requests for the document.

Audit flags ‘irregularities’ in port finances, human resources

Financial, human resources and other administrative “irregularities” have been identified at the Cayman Islands Port Authority in a special audit completed earlier this year, the Cayman Compass has learned.

Bad weather blamed for lower cruise figures

While Cayman’s cruise ship tourism continues to grow, passenger arrivals for 2017 are expected to fall below the 2016 total, in part due to bad weather during the first quarter of the year.

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