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Hotel and yacht marina among proposals mooted for Brac

A new boutique hotel and luxury yachting marina are among a number of possible projects in the pipeline for Cayman Brac, according to Sister Islands MP Moses Kirkconnell.
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Government extends tourism stipend until June 2021

Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell announced the extension of the $1,000 monthly stipend for displaced workers in the tourism industry until June 2021.

Tourism leaders taking time to ‘get it right’ on border reopening

Cayman Islands leaders are taking time to ensure the island’s reopening plan is "as close to perfect as possible", tourism director Rosa Harris said Friday afternoon.

More than 1,000 jobless tourism workers register with government

More than 1,000 Caymanian tourism workers have applied to the government for assistance after losing their jobs in the industry, Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell said in a statement Wednesday.

Tourism leaders plan for phased recovery of stricken industry

Tourism leaders are working on a new three-year plan for the revival of the industry in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.

Cabinet confirms borders closed until at least September

Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell confirmed Thursday that Cayman’s borders will remain officially closed until 1 Sept. as he disclosed that cruise ships will not be allowed to call on local ports until the seaport is reopened.

Kirkconnell expects swift review of port EIA scoping report

Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell has said he expects the Environmental Assessment Board to move swiftly in its review of the environmental impact assessment scoping update for the cruise berthing and cargo project.

Push to save hawksbill turtle

Government has proposed the construction a new turtle conservation centre on Cayman Brac aimed at helping grow the hawksbill turtle population.

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