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Today's Date: 02 September 2014
Last Updated: 01 September 2014 19:10:50 EST
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A proposal will be put forth for government to redirect some work permit fees to help train Caymanian employees.
Having packs of snarly dogs roaming around Grand Cayman does not support the country's image of being a sophisticated place to visit and invest.
The backlog of permanent residence applications in Cayman is likely far more than recent reports indicate.
Cayman's small businesses get a big one-time tax break.
The International College of the Cayman Islands has had its international accreditation renewed.
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The Chamber of Commerce is seeking an update from government on plans to revitalize George Town.
Kurt Stevenson Carter, 24, was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years' imprisonment for possession with intent to supply cocaine he had hidden behind the zipper of his jeans.
Cayman Airways is offering an additional flight to Kingston, Jamaica, on Tuesday.
The amended version of the Customs Tariff Law 2012 came into effect Monday to give importers and traders time to adjust to a new eight-digit coding system.
The Immigration Department settles some issues surrounding changes in work permit application forms.
Motorcyclists on Sunday raised $1,541 to support Canine Friends.
An exhibit this month at the National Gallery will commemorate the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan.
 
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