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Calls for clarity on candidate eligibility – Cayman Compass

Cayman CompassCalls for clarity on candidate eligibilityCayman CompassOpposition Leader McKeeva Bush has called for amendments to the Constitution to clarify who can stand in Cayman Islands elections. Mr. Bush said the ambiguities in the document need ...

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Patients to get identity numbers

Universal, unique numbers for anyone who touches the health system will be introduced by the Ministry of Health. This Unique Patient Identifier will enable providers to better coordinate care as part of the ministrys push to improve the islands poorly integrated health information system, Jeanne Atherden said. The health. ..

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Airport construction companies named

Four construction companies have been awarded contracts by the Aecon Group who have already started preliminary work on the new airport terminal. And more than 50 Bermudians will be employed, according to the Canadian company who will oversee all of the work. The construction firms named are Bermuda-Caribbean Engineering. ..

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Cayman Owen Roberts Airport sets June RFP deadline – TRBusiness

TRBusinessCayman Owen Roberts Airport sets June RFP deadlineTRBusinessThe Airport Authority of Cayman Islands (CIAA) has released details of its anticipated commercial tender at Owen Roberts International Airport (ORIA). In RFP documents seen by TRBusi...

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Paddleboard challenge highlights pollution

The annual Devils Isle Paddle Board Challenge is coming back to Bermuda with the aim of helping highlight plastic pollution in the ocean. In a test of endurance, participants will paddleboard 40 miles around the island, launching from Snorkel Park. It is anticipated that the race could take between six and 13 hours. The event. ..

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Appeal for organ donors as demand rises

Fewer than 30 deceased organ donations have been orchestrated in Bermuda in the past 16 years, according to a hospital anaesthesiologist. Kerry Brislane said demand for replacement organs in Bermuda was rising at a frightening rate and appealed for more people to sign up as organ donors. As the island prepares to mark Organ Donor. ..

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Conor is shooting at career making films

For Conor Outerbridge, capturing his everyday life on film is practice for the future. The 20-year-old former Warwick Academy and Saltus Grammar School student wants to make documentaries and movies one day and spends a good part of every day either filming or editing his material. I practice all day, Mr Outerbridge, from Paget,. ..

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Appeal for organ donors as demand rises

Fewer than 30 deceased organ donations have been orchestrated in Bermuda in the past 16 years, according to a hospital anaesthesiologist. Kerry Brislane said demand for replacement organs in Bermuda was rising at a frightening rate and appealed for more people to sign up as organ donors. As the island prepares to mark Organ Donor. ..

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Conor is shooting at career making films

For Conor Outerbridge, capturing his everyday life on film is practice for the future. The 20-year-old former Warwick Academy and Saltus Grammar School student wants to make documentaries and movies one day and spends a good part of every day either filming or editing his material. I practice all day, Mr Outerbridge, from Paget,. ..

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