Today's Date: 24 April 2014
Last Updated: 23 April 2014 17:35:44 EST
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A Sherpa who helped Cayman attorney Guy Manning reach the summit of Mount Everest last year is among 16 Nepalese Sherpas buried in Friday’s deadly avalanche on the mountain.
It will take the private sector, not the government, to re-energize Cayman Brac's moribund economy.
Cayman's premier says leadership has been restored at HM Customs.
Opposition Leader McKeeva Bush says he is aggrieved by allegations about a “campaign of destabilization” being waged against the Progressives-led government.
“RP Sally,” - a telemedical remote presence robot was used for the first time to diagnose a local patient, health officials confirm.
There are high hopes for electric cars in Cayman over the next two years.
Clinical trials of a cancer vaccine for patients with a specific stage of melanoma have begun at Perseus, a Cayman company specializing in personalized cancer immuntherapeutics that treat solid tumors.
A 24-year-old man appeared in court Wednesday charged with importing cocaine.
arents should ensure their children’s vaccinations are up to date following the measles outbreak in Canada, local health officials advised on April 17.
Morag Nicol returns to the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority acting head of the Insurance Supervision Division, replacing Gordon Rowell.
Consolidated Water has been awarded a Water Authority-Cayman contract to refurbish the Lower Valley desalination plant.
Cases of the mosquito-borne virus Chikungunya continue to increase in the Caribbean region, health officials confirm.
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