Today's Date: 27 August 2014
Last Updated: 26 August 2014 18:04:10 EST
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East End MLA Arden McLean sets the record straight on some government credit card purchases he made and that he paid back.
The lawmaker's explanation that he reimbursed the government for all personal purchases is simple enough. Arriving at it has been anything but.
Cayman may look to combine two of its government oversight authorities.
Cayman’s “number’s game” continues to thrive despite the dangers inheritent for those behind the game and those who play.
A Caymanian who spent two months in jail in Panama tells of his horrifying ordeal and the difference between doing time in Northward Prison, which he says is a “cakewalk” by comparison.
Six high school students who want to pursue a career in the dive industry recently completed a marine training course in Little Cayman.
The Surfside Beach Bar and Restaurant will close Wednesday night to make way for the Kimpton hotel.
Johnathan Mark Ramoon, who is in custody awaiting sentence for robbery, agreed in court that by robbing Diamonds International he had violated the terms of his probation.
More evidence of shots being fired in West Bay district has been found by police.
The Caribbean Utilities Company was working to restore power across Grand Cayman on Tuesday after problems at the North Sound plant.
The Cayman AIDS Foundation is seeking seven new board members.
Residents are being urged to recycle old batteries.
A roundup of business briefs from the community.
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