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Civil Service employee Renita Barnes joined the Governor’s Office this week on a new secondment initiative for potential future leaders of the Cayman Islands Government.
The Governor's Office, on Monday morning, called "completely untrue" a Cayman Marl Road report that quarantine breacher Skylar Mack had been released from prison and had returned to the US aboard a Miami flight.
Teams that visit Cayman to carry out biometric data services for visa processing for UK travel have been unable to come to the Cayman Islands because of COVID restrictions, so the Governor's Office, from this week, is offering the service.
At least three Cuban adults who successfully petitioned for asylum in Cayman have been denied the ability to add a spouse as a dependent to their immigration status, due to the wording of the Customs and Border Control Law (2018).
More than 100 Nicaraguan nationals who have been stranded in Cayman for more than three months are one step closer to returning home.
All work-permit holders returning to Cayman will be required to isolate for 14 day at government’s isolation facilities, but it will be on their employers’ dime, according to new conditions released on Friday.
With the 1 June start of hurricane season just two weeks away, emergency planners must grapple with a potentially active storm season, combined with the complications of COVID-19. For government, this prospect is a source of anxiety but also a call to action.
The Cayman Islands Governor's Office announced Thursday that Anwar Choudhury has officially been removed from his post as governor of the Cayman Islands.
A delegation of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has been on the ground for five days in the British Virgin Islands, and on Thursday it went a long way toward re-establishing security on Tortola.
Although the tracking of open records requests made to the Cayman Islands government has improved in the last two years, there are still a number of high-profile authorities that are not able to keep track of those requests as required by law.
The Child Safeguarding Board was not established in response to any specific case of alleged child sexual abuse.
In 1989, Matthew Forbes was about three months into his first posting with the U.K.’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Beijing, China, when the Tiananmen Square massacre happened.