Today's Date: 02 October 2014
Last Updated: 01 October 2014 18:04:40 EST
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One of Cayman Brac’s best known landmarks, Rebecca’s Cave, is up for sale.
The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce wants to know: Why have civil servants been tasked with making cuts to the civil service? ... Excellent question.
A contract dispute brews over the Cayman Islands government healthcare system patient swipe cards.
Cayman business leaders urge government not to put civil servants in charge of their own downsizing efforts.
The chief financial officer in McKeeva Bush’s ministry flagged “unusual” cash withdrawals made on his government credit card with her superiors and was told there was “no policy” against such transactions “as long as it was paid back.”
Frequent Cayman Islands visitors who invest in “timeshare” vacation homes will have their rights and their finances protected under proposed legislation regulating the industry.
A guilty plea looms for a Caymanian businessman arrested in Puerto Rico earlier this year.
The Cayman Youth Services Unit is celebrating Caribbean Youth Day by hosting a free praise and worship gospel concert for young people.
A Bodden Town man appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday accused of damaging one of Osbourne Bodden’s election posters last year.
Pediatrician Dr. Emmanuel Ogunde and nurse/midwife Jenny Coleman have joined Dr. Gordon Smith’s medical practice in George Town.
Free screenings are being held across the island this month as part of an initiative by doctors at Health City Cayman Islands to prevent strokes among the older population.
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