Today's Date: 04 September 2015
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Almost $1 million in loans from unnamed private companies have been re-assigned as sponsorship income in the Cayman Islands Football Association’s 2013/14 accounts.
The U.K. adviser's new report on criminal justice in the Cayman Islands is rather "understated." But that doesn't mean we should understate its importance.
More than 100 students at Red Bay Primary School fell ill after the school’s lunch period on Wednesday afternoon.
The Cayman Islands Football Association had a loss of almost $17,000 on buying and selling World Cup tickets, according to its financial statements for 2013/2014.
A law professor fighting to have his same-sex marriage recognized by Immigration officials so he can stay in Cayman says he has been told he can apply for a visitor’s permit as an interim measure.
A system of on-the-spot fines and formal warnings should be used to deal with low-level offenses, including smoking ganja, Police Commissioner David Baines said.
Kristiann Powell recognized for community service
Kristiann Powell, 18, from George Town received the Proud of Them award for her extensive involvement in community service efforts throughout the island.
Residents of the Prospect community may soon have their own Certified Emergency Response Team to help prepare for and respond to potential disasters in their neighborhood.
A departing tourist was ordered to pay $800 in costs after a bullet was found in his luggage.
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