Today's Date: 30 November 2015
Last Updated: 29 November 2015 20:58:48 EST
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The departure of long-serving Bodden Town MLA Anthony Eden from the Progressives-led government last week sparked a behind-the-scenes political scramble and was viewed by some Cayman politics insiders as a potential foreshadowing of others leaving the Progressives party. Mr. Eden said he would sit on the other side of the Legislative Assembly when the House next meets in the new year.
A 14-year-old boy died Sunday after getting into difficulty in the sea behind South Sound Cemetery, police said.
Defense attorneys in the CarePay trial say Canover Watson was made the scapegoat for the failures of many.
Independent legislator Winston Connolly has voiced his disappointment at the failure of his colleagues to support his calls for an end to the practice of politicians giving handouts to constituents.
Expert video analyst Grant Fredericks testified last week that clothing worn by Devon Anglin, accused of killing 4-year-old Jeremiah Barnes, appeared indistinguishable from those worn by the shooter.
Intermittent power outages over the weekend followed an island-wide blackout overnight on Thursday.
A former employee charged with theft of jewelry has denied involvement in a robbery at Mitzi’s Fine Jewelry, saying she was kidnapped the day before the robbery took place.
The national community cleanup is recruiting people who want to work for two weeks before the holiday and one week in the new year.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has added seven new officers to its ranks.
Traditional Caymanian skills, as well as local arts, crafts and music, were on display as Cayman National Museum celebrations spilled out onto the streets on Saturday.
Santa Fun Run full of Christmas cheer
Santa Fun Run participants stretch prior to setting off on the annual 3K dash around Camana Bay early Saturday morning.
Cayman Prep and High School’s senior Model United Nations team gained recognition and experience at the Princeton Model United Nations Conference.
The "Night Circus" was the theme of this year's National Gallery fundraiser on Friday.
The ballroom of The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman hotel was transformed into an underwater wonderland Saturday.
In the Dec. 1, 1965 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a predecessor of the Cayman Compass, George Town correspondent Frances Bodden reported on some of the happenings in the district:
Clare Woodman Bears, better known as “Panama,” grates coconuts to make cooking oil.
Fort George was once a key lookout point on Grand Cayman.
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