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Casas in the sky: First ‘air parcels’ approved in Cayman Islands

Owning a little piece of the rock has long been part of the Caymanian dream. Now, for the first time, homeowners can buy a slice of the sky.

Letter: After same-sex marriage ruling, it is important for stories to be heard

Now, when I hear the Premier’s words of the appeal that the decision, I think it is more important than ever to have one’s story heard.

Reduced duty rate helping fuel development

Developers in Cayman are getting an early Christmas present. Government announced on Dec. 1 that it is extending its reduced duty rate on imported building materials for another year.

Development projects held up by customs ‘glitches’

Paul Pearson and his company Davenport Development have built and sold more than two dozen apartments at an unfinished South Sound condominium complex, but as of Wednesday, they could not get hold of the windows required to complete the outside of the building.

Chamber chief: Education is ‘vital focus’

New Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce President Kyle Broadhurst said education will be the “vital focus” of his year-long term at the helm of the islands’ largest business representative organization. Mr. Broadhurst, an attorney, succeeds developer Paul Pearson.

Cayman booming, but immigration issues unresolved, premier says

The Cayman Islands is “in a much better position” than the territory was four years ago, Premier Alden McLaughlin told a group of several hundred local businesspeople, with the development and tourism industry surging, unemployment down and a strong partnership between government and the private sector.

Work permits rise to highest level in six years

The number of active work permits held in the Cayman Islands rose above 23,000 this month, reaching a level not seen in the past six years.

EDITORIAL – On tact and tactics: The premier’s lesson for Minister Rivers

The counterattack by Employment Minister Tara Rivers against the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce has revealed the existence of an information rift not only between herself and the business group, but also, apparently, between herself and Premier Alden McLaughlin.

EDITORIAL – The Chamber’s changing of the guard

Let us extend a welcoming hand to new Chamber of Commerce President Paul Pearson, and offer a congratulatory pat on the back to outgoing Chamber President Barry Bodden for a job well done.

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