Today's Date: 22 October 2014
Last Updated: 21 October 2014 18:48:04 EST
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Around a billion dollars of spending in two government ministries remains unaccounted for, the Auditor General's Office states in a new report which questions the competency of some officials responsible for managing public money.
Compare our public officials' proactive, and very public, response to vague Ebola fears with their non-response to the ongoing situation on Shedden Road.
For many Americans living and working in the Cayman Islands, Wednesday, Oct. 15, was an important day.
Questionable practices abound within the public sector entities that operate separately from the Cayman Islands civil service.
Public sector entities rack up big financial losses.
Health officials have 500 “protective suits” and are training an “Ebola care team” in case the deadly virus reaches the Cayman Islands.
A week after electricity was cut off at their homes, the relatives and children of missing landfill worker Anna Evans continue to live on the Shedden Road property in George Town without power or water.
Cayman's largest private sector retirement plan has new leadership.
Cayman's National Security Council isn't meeting very often these days.
A man appeared in Summary Court Tuesday charged with offenses that allegedly occurred after an attempted robbery on Sunday morning on Shedden Road.
One man is arrested in connection with last week's robbery at Coconut Joe's bar and restaurant.
Two young men received prison terms last week after admitting their roles in a family fracas that left at least three people injured, including one of the defendants.
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