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Cayman Islands Government

Press Releases: December 2015

20 Graduate from Passport2Success
Passport2Success programme’s 18th cohort graduates celebrate at commencement ceremony. 4th January 2016, 2:44pm
Permission Required
Unauthorised use of the Cayman Islands Coat of Arms and Flag is against the law. 30th December 2015, 12:36pm
First Electric Vehicle
CIG's newest vehicle begins its quiet and fuel efficient operation in Postal Services. 23rd December 2015, 2:41pm
Hero’s Welcome for Fire Officer
Percival Whorms received an official escort when he returned from Miami after long illness 22nd December 2015, 4:47pm
MLAs at Regional Workshop
UNDP and Commonwealth Parliamentary Association lead focus on sustainability  22nd December 2015, 4:34pm
Vendors Sought for Heroes Day
Vendors may apply to provide food at the upcoming celebration. 22nd December 2015, 4:00pm
Spelling Bees Tiebreakers
Spelling Bees Tiebreakers 22nd December 2015, 2:01pm
Santa Lands in George Town
Father Christmas arrived at Airport Park to give out gifts to children. 22nd December 2015, 11:28am
Call to recycle natural Christmas trees
Public urged to recycle natural Christmas trees 21st December 2015, 4:28pm
Presents for Sick Kids
Immigration Department recently delivered toys and books to the Children's Ward of the Cayman Islands Hospital.  21st December 2015, 3:38pm
Duty Concessions Extended
Government has extended some duty concessions to stimulate local economic activity. 21st December 2015, 2:37pm
Economy Grew 1.6% in 2015 First Half
Cayman Islands' economy grew by 1.6% in the first six months of 2015. 18th December 2015, 3:19pm
New ACC Appointed
New Assistant Customs Collector Philip West has served for two decades in numerous sections. 18th December 2015, 1:46pm
Immigration Improves Services
New measures cut down waiting times and make payments easier. 17th December 2015, 5:13pm
Gift programme benefits 600 families
The DCFS thankful for dozens of gift donations which will benefit needy families 17th December 2015, 4:35pm
Hylton named NAU Deputy
32-year-old Matthew Hylton is named Deputy Director of Needs Assessment Unit. 15th December 2015, 2:11pm
Consumer Protection Legislation
The Cayman Islands Law Reform Commission submits for stakeholder and public comment a Discussion Paper entitled “Consumer Protection: Entrenching Consumer Supremacy in Cayman Islands Legislation”. 3rd December 2015, 8:13am