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Reshma Ragoonath

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Reshma Ragoonath is a Trinidadian journalist with over 15 years experience. She was previously employed as a Senior Reporter with the Sunday Guardian, after having spent a number of years at the Trinidad Guardian, San Fernando Bureau. She has worked as Head of News at Heritage Radio 101.7FM in Trinidad and was a part-time journalism and communication lecturer with the College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago (COSTATT.) She holds an Associate Degree in Journalism and Public Relations and a Bachelor in Mass Communications from COSTAATT.

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Articles by Reshma Ragoonath

UK Opposition presses Conservatives on tax evasion efforts

Renewed calls for public registries for Overseas Territories, Crown Dependencies The Cayman Islands, as well as, other UK Overseas Territories came under fire in the House of Commons yet again as the UK Opposition continued its assault on the Conservatives tax evasion efforts for a second straight week. Labour and …

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Opposition Leader’s mother laid to rest

Her family would insist that Faith Muriel Bush Ebanks was no different from every other Caymanian mother, but “Mama” as she was fondly called in her community was far from ordinary. Mrs Bush-Ebanks, 92, the mother of Opposition Leader Hon McKeeva Bush passed away Sunday 10 April after a long …

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IC to work with DG on Office of Ombudsman

Acting Information Commissioner Jan Liebaers says now that a formal decision has been taken to move forward with the Office of Ombudsman he will work with the Deputy Governor’s office to facilitate the creation of the amalgamated entity. Last Friday (15 April) it was announced that Cabinet had agreed to …

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Cultural explosion at Sir John A Cumber’s International Night

Cayman is considered a multi-cultural melting pot with the many nationalities present here and on Saturday 9 April students and parents of Sir John A Cumber were treated to a snapshot of those cultures at the fourth annual International Night at the school. Attendees at the popular event were treated …

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Cayman Airways weighing options in Mexican fees

“There is no hurry, there is no crisis.” That’s the word from Cayman Airways CEO Fabian Whorms as he addressed concerns over the ongoing overflight fees dispute with the Mexican Air Traffic Control Authorities. Mr Whorms, speaking on Radio Cayman’s For the Record talk show with Orrett Conner on Monday …

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CBA mum on Legal Practitioners’ Bill delay

After having been quite vocal on the need for the new Legal Practitioners’ Bill Caymanian Bar Association President Abraham Thoppil has opted to hold his tongue on Government’s decision to put the Bill on ice. Mr Thoppil, who just three months ago bemoaned the dire need for the legislation, declined …

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UK beneficial ownership demands continue

Premier- political pressure for public registries is not going away Even though Cayman and the UK have signed an agreement on beneficial ownership UK Opposition Leader Jeremy Corbyn has kept the pressure on by calling for this country to create a public register on beneficial owners. This as he took …

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Legal Practitioners’ Bill on hold

Connolly- Address Caymanian equity partners’ problem          With the long awaited Legal Practitioners’ Bill now on ice George Town MLA Winston Connolly is today calling on Government to engage in further consultations with the legal fraternity to deal with the lack of Caymanian equity partners. “Law firms must do more. Politicians …

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