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Letter to the Editor: National Pensions Law

Dear Editor RE: Recent Amendments to the National Pensions Law – give them a chance to work It seems that those who are petitioning against the amendments to the National Pensions Law (NPL), which was recently passed in the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly, may have a deficit of facts, especially …

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Letter to the Editor

January 18th, 2016 Dear Editor RE: Personal Opinion – Staggered Time is a cost effective short term remedy Does Grand Cayman need to adopt Staggered Time? Last week I wrote about the “Benefits of Daylight Saving Time”, and this week I wish to comment on a companion visionary idea/solution, and …

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Re: The benefits of Daylight Savings Time outweighs any inconvenience The Cayman Islands Government has taken the long overdue and wise decision to adopt “Daylight Savings Time” in March of 2016. What this means, simply, is that in the Spring and Summer months (beginning in March) we will …

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Re: Confidence and challenges In the Premier’s [New Year] message he refers to his government bringing back investor confidence. Now you hear about – ‘talking to hear yourself talk’ – that’s what his statement amounts to. Because in one breath he references the Kimpton Hotel – and Dart’s …

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I write in relation to Cayman Reporter’s Viewpoint on beneficial ownership, titled ‘A Lesson in Semantics’, which was published online on Monday, 21 December 2015. Considering the complexity of this subject, there understandably are points in your editorial that require correction and clarification, and the Ministry appreciates the …

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Letter to the Editor

November 30th 2015 RE: The importance of recognizing & respecting Core Values and Beliefs In view of the ongoing discourse on the divergent views on a number of sensitive social issues, I take the liberty to exercise my democratic right of Free Speech and contribute this Opinion. Core Values and …

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Sir/Madam:   Please allow me to voice my opinion about the hiring practices of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Force in your newspaper.   I am a Caymanian and I have written to the Governor, the Commissioner of Police and the Chief Immigration Officer in regards to a new recruit who is from Jamaica.  This individual is a dishonest person and is also a …

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Letter to The Editor

Dear Madam, We write in response to the article ‘MLA calls for Caymanian Advancement in legal profession’ published in the 11 September 2015 edition of the Cayman Reporter as we wish to respond to Mr Winston Connolly’s call for a commitment by Cayman Islands law firms to hire, retain and …

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Letter to The Editor

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Dear Editor, The Board of the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC) offers its wholehearted support for Ms. Claire Wetton’s Criminal Justice Report as it pertains to the issues of domestic violence cases. In this report, Ms. Wetton correctly identifies gaps in the current system that severely impact victims of domestic …

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Letter to the Editor

With freedom comes great responsibility June 22, 2015 The Editor: With all the attention that has been forthcoming as a result of the Cayman Compass’ Editorial Board’s decision to engage on a sustained, full-scale “frontal assault” of the Cayman Islands, I think it is important to note that, with freedom (of …

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