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Today's Date: 22 September 2014
Last Updated: 21 September 2014 16:27:55 EST
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Divers begin a long-term repair job on a coral reef wrecked by a cruise ship anchor.
The only thing worse than a sprawling public sector bureaucracy is a sprawling public sector bureaucracy masquerading as, and competing with, the private sector.
Upcoming changes to labor legislation will require employers to report worker redundancies and seek to increase the severance amount paid to wrongfully terminated employees.
Former premier McKeeva Bush would sometimes write out blank checks to pay back personal expenses racked up on his government issued credit card, a court heard Friday.
The Cayman Islands government has signaled its intention to proceed with enacting a Data Protection Law, aimed generally at shielding the privacy of individuals’ personal information.
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Bald was the new beautiful Friday night as 80 people had their heads shaved, raising more than $200,000 in one night for child cancer research.
Government has to come up with $10,000 franchise money before Miss Cayman 2015 can enter the 2016 Miss Universe contest.
Blake Christopher Barrell, 30, is the second man charged as an accessory in connection with the death of Solomon David Webster in West Bay.
A survey of North Side residents shows that fewer than 5 percent of families in the district have a disaster plan in place, according to the neighborhood emergency response team.
 
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