ARTICLES BY RESHMA RAGOONATH
The Elections Office has suspended its preparations for the 19 Dec. referendum following the court's decision to delay the vote on the government's cruise berthing and cargo project.
Police have detained three suspects in connection with the murder of a Sri Lankan man over the weekend.
Legislators flag the absence of acute services in the $15 million long-term residential mental health facility project.
Education officials are considering adding cameras in local classrooms.
Cayman Brac may be removed physically from the impact of the cruise berthing and cargo project but residents there are paying attention to developments with the facility.
House Speaker McKeeva Bush has warned against misinformation and “emotive rhetoric” in the run-up to the 19 Dec. referendum on Cayman’s cruise berthing and cargo project.
Police have opened a homicide investigation into the death of a man found near a local bar.
Improvement works have started at Heroes Square in George Town.
Government will be moving to increase personnel assigned to the Cayman Islands Coast Guard in the new year. Police Commissioner Derek Byrne, speaking in Finance...
Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure officials said they may require some 20,000 more licences next year, which could lead to a total of 45,000 licensed vehicles on Cayman’s roads by the end of 2020.
Police Commissioner Derek Byrne has said he is yet to give road closure permission to Batabano and CayMAS.
Elections Office Supervisor Wesley Howell has said the impact of the National Trust court action on the port referendum is uncertain.
Local dengue case increases to 23, according to the latest numbers from the Public Health Department.
Premier Alden McLaughlin made it clear that his administration will not allow cruise ship companies to operate any businesses outside of their current function in Cayman.
The Auditor General’s Office has started an investigation into finances of the Police Welfare Fund and overtime payments at the RCIPS.
Premier Alden McLaughlin has said the 19 Dec. referendum is now uncertain given the legal action taken by the National Trust.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) said will maintain a presence at Cruise Port Referendum Cayman meetings after the tyres of a vehicle belonging to one of the leaders of the group was slashed Monday night.
Premier Alden McLaughlin has launched a new app called Caymanians 2025 which allows the public to ask him questions directly.
More than $289,475 in administrative immigration fees have been levied for 116 work permit offences for 2019 to date.
A 72-year-old US visitor has died after experiencing difficulties while diving on Monday.