Today's Date: 31 October 2014
Last Updated: 31 October 2014 09:06:21 EST
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Plans for a floating cruise dock are presented to business leaders as a credible alternative to dredging George Town harbor.
The local promotions company should not be stuck with government's $50,000 bill for celebrity sports events that never happened.
The story on the use, misuse and possible abuse of Cayman Islands government credit cards has yet to be fully told.
Government credit cards are still being used to get cash advances, despite a 2010 policy forbidding it.
A U.S. developer linked to a five-star hotel project in Bodden Town has confirmed he has signed an agreement with government to build a new stretch of coastal road fronting his property in Beach Bay.
The Cayman Islands Constitution Commission recommends 34 amendments to the 2009 Constitution which it feels can be made by the mutual consent of the premier and the leader of the opposition.
Two men armed with machetes threatened an employee of Tortuga Rum Company on North Sound Way Thursday evening
The children of missing landfill worker Anna Evans and their caretaker have found accommodations through the Department of Children and Family Services, but several other family members are searching for a place to live.
The Cayman Islands signed an agreement for the automatic exchange of information among tax authorities in Berlin, Germany.
This year’s five finalists are getting ready to attend the annual Young Caymanian Leadership Awards on Saturday, when the winner will be revealed.
The number of confirmed cases of chikungunya in Cayman rose to 29 this month, with one locally acquired case.
A Caymanian woman who expected to give birth to twins was surprised last week when doctors told her that a third baby was on the way.
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