Today's Date: 22 December 2014
Last Updated: 21 December 2014 17:18:16 EST
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Major areas of responsibility – including the George Town landfill remediation project and government’s public health system – were removed from embattled Minister Osbourne Bodden’s portfolio Friday in a partial reshuffle.
Although it will arrive a little late for Christmas, the best gift travelers to the Cayman Islands may receive is the temprorary extension to Owen Roberts International Airport.
Credited with having had a major role in shaping Cayman’s water-sports tourism industry, Capt. Marvin, as he was fondly known, passed away Saturday morning, surrounded by his large family.
One year after the dramatic landfill fire that sent large plumes of black smoke billowing across Grand Cayman, a half-million discarded tires remain at the site.
Cayman's government may be operating under its own power by mid-2016, but the U.K. will still have its fingers on the strings.
Local physician Obinna Eleweanya won the top cash prize of $25,000 from the St. Ignatius Catholic Church and School's annual Christmas drawing.
Royal Bank of Canada has settled a lawsuit with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, which accused the bank of running an illegal trading scheme.
A relaxation of travel restrictions between the US and Cuba has raised concern across the Caribbean of the emergence of a powerful new competitor for tourist and investment dollars in the region.
A high school student has been ordered to perform 150 hours of community service and pay $1,000 compensation or serve three months in prison after pleading guilty to distributing or showing to another person seven indecent images of a child.
A Cayman Islands businessman's recent guilty plea has not ended a U.S. investigation into alleged drugs and money laundering activities related to the case.
A small group of people is trying to help make the holiday a little brighter for the children of missing landfill worker Anna Evans.
Christmas shoppers in search of unique local handmade goods may want to visit the Sunrise Adult Training Centre in West Bay.
An American tourist drowned Friday afternoon while snorkeling off Seven Mile Beach.
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