Public Consultation – Sunday Trading

Sunday trading in the Cayman Islands is governed by The Sunday Trading Law (2003 Revision), which determines which businesses may open on a ‘prohibited’ day.

 

Tourism on course for record year

Tourism figures for the first half of 2014 have eclipsed all records, with the industry on course for its best ever year.

 

Cayman Airports Master Plan

This Airport Master Plan is intended to be a blueprint for future development of the Cayman Islands Airports including Owen Roberts International Airport (ORIA, Grand Cayman), Charles Kirkconnell International Airport (CKIA, Cayman Brac) and Little Cayman Airport (LCA).

 

AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC MEETING

The public is invited to attend a public meeting to discuss the outline business case for airport development in the Cayman Islands on Monday, 21st July 2014 at the Mary Miller Memorial Hall. Follow link for further information.

 

Finance minister lauded by peers

It’s not often that a member of the Progressives-led government receives congratulations from both Opposition Leader McKeeva Bush and East End MLA Arden McLean. But that’s exactly what Finance Minister Marco Archer got on Friday.

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Credit: James Whittaker, CaymanCompass.com |30 July, 2014\r\n\r\n\r\nTourism figures for the first half of 2014 have eclipsed all records, with the industry on course for its best ever year.\r\n\r\nAir arrivals – the key metric for the health of the island’s tourism product – are up almost 10 percent on last year.\r\n\r\nFive of the first six months of the year have seen record-breaking numbers of touri...
Published in the Cayman Compass on 23 June, 2014.\r\n\r\nBy Brent Fuller|bfuller@pinnaclemedialtd.com\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIt’s not often that a member of the Progressives-led government receives congratulations from both Opposition Leader McKeeva Bush and East End MLA Arden McLean.\r\n\r\nBut that’s exactly what Finance Minister Marco Archer got on Friday.\r\n\r\nA three-week-long slog through Legislative Assembly...
GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – As we stop for a moment and realise how fast this year’s calendar has inched toward 1 June and the beginning of another hurricane season, I and many others are reminded that this will be the 10th year since Grand Cayman took the full brunt of Hurricane Ivan.\r\n\r\nThis year will also be the sixth anniversary since Hurricane Paloma devastated Cayman Brac and parts of...
Mister Speaker,\r\n\r\nToday is three days shy of the first anniversary of this administration assuming the helm of government, it is once again my honour and privilege to present to this Honourable Assembly the details of the Government’s policies, which along with the pre-existing requirements of the FCO, have shaped the budgetary proposals for the coming financial year.  The past 12 months have ...