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Today's Date: 25 May 2015
Last Updated: 24 May 2015 21:03:25 EST
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Tourism development boom highlighted
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Citing seven new multi-million dollar hotel and tourism projects in the works, Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell told legislators “investor confidence” is returning to the Cayman Islands.
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The government has pushed back an important deadline, delaying the enactment of much-needed reforms to public healthcare.
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While the government brags about a surplus budget, it is failing meet the needs of the people of East End, the district’s elected representative Arden McLean said.
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Corner stores and gas station convenience stores can now open legally on a Sunday after Cabinet officially amended the Sunday Trading Law.
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North Side MLA Ezzard Miller called the EY report a waste of money and said privitization of services seldom saves the government money.
Top Employer award goes to Scotiabank
Scotiabank and Baraud took top honors at the annual Cayman Islands Society of Human Resources Professionals award gala on Saturday, May 23, 2015.
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Harrison, 14, is a smash
A Caymanian teen who lives in California is set to compete for a national indoor volleyball title at the USA Junior National Championships next month.
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Cayman Life
Paradise found at Las Cascadas
At less than an hour flying time, a trip to Honduras offers adventure, wildlife and so much more.
KPMG Glow Run 5K Light up the night for a brighter future
In keeping with the theme “Light up the Night for a Brighter Future,” participants are encouraged to deck out in sparkling costumes, face paint, luminous accessories and flashing lights.   
Stephanie Ford Makeup
Stephanie Ford began her foray into the world of makeup in 2002 when she became a make-up consultant for Mary Kay Cosmetics. She pursued this passion and developed her skill by making up the faces of family and friends, eventually becoming a sought after artist in Grand Cayman.  
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More than 400 people gathered before dawn to remember Marcia Donaldson, killed by a suspected drunk driver on South Sound Road.
George Town MLA Winston Connolly says the current practice of elected members giving cash handouts to supporters must be stopped.
He’s the most successful footballer on Grand Cayman and the scorer of one of the best goals ever seen at England’s famous Wembley stadium. But few in Cayman know the name Sam Smyth, let alone his story.
An ice-stadium with a roof made entirely of solar panels in the shape of a turtle shell is being backed by government as the first key project in the planned revitalization of George Town.
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