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Syed Used Salary Advance To Pay Lover’S Student Loan

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- The former UCCI president, Hassan Syed, admitted using more than $60,000 of the salary advance he got before he resigned from the college to pay off his former girlfriend’s student loan.

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- Officials from the Economics and Statistics Office (ESO) are urging the public to cooperate with their enumerators who will begin going door-to-door to at over a 1,000 random homes on Sunday 5 March to conduct the...

Public Cash Still Needed For Turtle Centre Loan

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- The tourism minister has told the Legislative Assembly that around $4.5 million of the public cash pumped into the Cayman Turtle Centre in the last financial year went towards paying the loan to build the facility...

MLAs Want Law Firms Prosecuted

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- A last-minute private member’s motion filed in the parliament by two opposition members is calling for some of the Cayman Islands’ major law firms to be prosecuted for breaching the existing Legal Practitioners...

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- The education ministry has said it will soon embark on a request for proposals for consultants to complete a business case to restart the John Gray High School project.

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- Concerns raised by public sector workers that their salaries will be cut to cover the cost of co-paying on their health insurance cover has been allayed by the Civil Service Association president, who said that no...

Cautions Law Presents Second Chance

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- The government has steered through a piece of legislation to help first time offenders avoid a criminal record over low-level crime such as possession of ganja or disorderly conduct.

Goldman Properties Mirando E Potencial Cu Oranjestad Tin Pa Bira E Proximo Soho Of Wynnwood

ORANJESTAD -- Cu e proposito di familiarisa cu e vision di Gabinete Mike Eman II pa renobacion di Oranjestad y tambe pa wak cu su  mesun wowo kico ta e ambiente y potencial den nos cayanan, a invita Jessica Goldman y Joseph Furst di Goldman...

Un Gobierno Cu Ta Pusha Pa Desaroyo Y Innovacion Ta Un Oportunidad Excepcionalmente Extraordinario

ORANJESTAD -- E CEO di Goldman Properties a confesa di ta impresiona pa loke el a mira e siman aki canando den cayanan di centro di Oranjestad, pero e ta mas impresiona ainda pa e esfuerso y determinacion di Aruba su hefe di Gobierno pa revitalisa...

Prome Minister Eman A Bishita Hobennan Di SVT Hungando Beach Rugby

ORANJESTAD -- Hobennan di Formacion Social (SVT) a haya un chens pa participa den un evento di Beach Rugby cu a tuma luga riba e beach entre Divi Divi y Tamarijn.

Gosa E Ultimo Dianan Di Carnaval

STA. CRUZ (MEP) -- Carnaval ta e fiesta mas grandi di nos pueblo di Aruba, cu e fin di siman aki ta yega na su punto culminante.

Dicon Mervin Wyat-Ras Tin Miedo Di Yama Reunion Cu Minister Dowers?

STA.CRUZ (MEP) -- Ya ta bai hasi dos siman cu fraccion di MEP a pidi un reunion urgente cu minister Dowers pa atende cu e criminalidad cu tin henter Aruba den ansha.

Clariska Velasquez Ta Narco Complasiente

STA CRUZ (MEP)  -- Minister Arthur Dowers siman pasa a demostra un cobardia ora di combati criminalidad y ilegalidad.

PIOJ Reports 16 Per Cent Growth In Agriculture

KINGSTON (JIS) -- The Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) is reporting growth of 16 per cent in the agriculture sector for the October to December 2016 quarter, with a significant increase in the output of domestic crops.  Director General of the...

Work To Begin Soon On Ocho Rios Fishing Village

KINGSTON (JIS) -- Phase II of the redevelopment project for the Ocho Rios Fishing Village in St. Ann is to get under way soon. This follows Cabinet’s approval of a $163.6-million contract to M & M Jamaica Limited to undertake the works. Details...

Police Encouraged To Use Preventative Detention

KINGSTON (JIS) -- Justice Minister, Hon. Delroy Chuck, is encouraging members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) to utilise preventative detention as a means to reduce the likelihood of a crime being committed. Mr. Chuck’s encouragement...

1.3 Per Cent Growth For October To December

KINGSTON (JIS) -- The Jamaican economy remained on the growth path, expanding by 1.3 per cent during the October to December 2016 quarter, comparative to the same period of 2015. Director General at the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), Dr....

Port Security Corps Sole Entity To Operate In Certain Designated Areas

KINGSTON (JIS) -- The Port Security Corps Ltd. will now be the sole entity authorised to operate and provide security in designated sensitive and restricted areas and zones at several aviation and maritime locations. This decision, which was...

Imports Of Pork Belly And Tail On The Decline – Samuda

KINGSTON (JIS) -- The Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. Karl Samuda, is reporting that imports of pork belly and tail are on the decline, falling by 400,000 kilograms last year. “So we are moving in the right direction...

$200 Million Allocated For Jamaica 55 Celebrations

KINGSTON (JIS) -- A special budgetary allocation of $200 million has been approved by Cabinet to support the execution of Jamaica 55 celebrations. This was announced by Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, at a...

Minister Chuck To Make Cabinet Submission For Setting Up Of Human Rights Institute

KINGSTON (JIS) -- Minister of Justice, Hon. Delroy Chuck, says he will be making a submission to Cabinet shortly for the setting up of the National Human Rights Institute. The entity will complement the existing network of institutions that are...

$30-Million Scholarship Programme Launched

KINGSTON (JIS) -- The Government continues to create financing options for higher education with an additional $30-million scholarship grant provided through the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service/PetroCaribe Development Fund (PDF). This is...

ODPEM Training Health Workers In Disaster Risk Management

KINGSTON (JIS) -- Three hundred health workers are to receive Disaster Risk Management and Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) training in order to strengthen the capacity of the country’s health sector to respond to natural disasters and emergencies...

Parents Urged To Pay More Attention To Their Children

KINGSTON (JIS) -- Commissioner of Corrections, Ina Hunter, is urging parents to be more watchful of their children. Speaking at a JIS ‘Think Tank’ on February 21, Commissioner Hunter said poor parenting and neglect are two factors that contribute...

CDA Empowers Child-Abuse Victims through ‘Aria’s Story’

KINGSTON (JIS) -- They suffer in silence, afraid to speak up. Suppressed by fear, these child-abuse victims are led to believe that they are powerless to do anything about their situation. Their cries are muffled by those meant to protect them....

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