Archive for August 15th, 2019

Why is roundabout foliage such a mess?

Why is roundabout foliage such a mess?

| 15/08/2019 | 5 Comments

I drive by the Hurley’s roundabout on a daily basis and I’ve noticed that it’s quite unkempt/overgrown with vegetation, and the TV monitors/screens haven’t worked in some time. Isn’t this roundabout still sponsored by DMS? If not, shouldn’t the NRA or another company maintain it better as the overgrowth does hinder adequate visibility? Auntie’s answer: […]

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Traffic advisory for Miss Teen Cayman motorcade

Traffic advisory for Miss Teen Cayman motorcade

| 15/08/2019 | 0 Comments

The Miss Teen Cayman Islands motorcade will be taking place on Saturday, 17 August, beginning at 8:00AM at the Lions Centre on Crewe Road. The procession will travel via Crewe Road and Smith Road, making a stop at the Farmer’s Market. They will then travel via the Waterfront, West Bay Road and the Esterley Tibbetts […]

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DCI hosting AML workshop

DCI hosting AML workshop

| 15/08/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) is hosting an anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing capacity building workshop today (Thursday, 15 August) for dealers in precious metals and stones. The workshop is taking place at the Government Administration Building, from 5pm to 7pm.

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What happens if a Caymanian business partner dies?

What happens if a Caymanian business partner dies?

| 15/08/2019 | 3 Comments

Hypothetically, a micro business is set up with the required 60% Caymanian, 40% non-Caymanian. There are just two people involved, and it’s going along nicely, but the Caymanian sadly passes away. What becomes of the business and the non-Caymanian’s status both in the business and on the island? Auntie’s answer: The Local Companies (Control) Law […]

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Governor Long laid to rest in official funeral

Governor Long laid to rest in official funeral

| 15/08/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Members of Cayman’s community, from government officials to friends and neighbours, came out to celebrate the life of Athel Charles Ethelwulf Long, the first governor of the Islands, Wednesday, 14 August, at a service held at the Cayman Islands Baptist Church in Savannah. The official funeral, reserved for current and former post-holders […]

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