Free, unlimited healthcare for Cayman's civil servants is unsustainable and needs to change, a health forum attended by major players in the local health industry heard last week.
A sandcastle competition this Saturday will raise funds for the Solomon family.
Cataract surgery done on island was a pleasant experience.
A request for a list of Cayman's overseas health care providers has been denied.
The Seafarers held a special general meeting on 20 July.
The Cayman Islands National insurance company made money for the first time in 2009.
Members of the Legislative Assembly voted into a law a bill to reduce the salaries of civil servants by 3.2 per cent, to take effect from Thursay, 1 July.
The Cayman Islands Civil Service Association has indicated it will not oppose government plans to cut workers’ salaries by 3.2 per cent starting in July.
Pay cuts and other budget reductions may just be the start as Cayman seeks to balance its finances.
Employees in the Cayman
Islands civil service were informed Thursday that their salaries
would be cut by slightly more than three per cent starting 1 July.
The second recommendation of the report written by a commission tasked with analysing Cayman’s fiscal troubles suggests the government orchestrate substantial privatisation and other asset sales.
The conference will receive presentations from two prominent local businesswomen: Pilar Bush and Sheridan Brooks.
On Saturday 12 January, the Peoples Progressive Movement released a summary of proposals for a new constitution at a public event at Pedro St. James Castle. The 12page document proposed several changes