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Opposition legislators missed out on an anti-corruption seminar this week because their invites were sent to the wrong email addresses.
I write in reply to your editorial of July 30, (“Don’t answer the latest call to arms”) which asks a few questions of me.
The Cayman Islands Anti-Corruption Commission has been notified of an ongoing internal audit at the Health Services Authority regarding “irregularities” in overtime payments to security officers.
The weather is turning out to be the scariest thing about Halloween this year. Predicted wind and rain through the weekend are giving holiday event organizers a chill.
We take letters such as Mr. Austin-Smith’s extremely seriously. Whenever we receive such letters, it is our inclination to publish them without comment. Let them have their say. After all, we have “our say” in this space every day of the week.
At its most basic, Cayman’s Cuban migrant problem is this: Our tiny territory does not have the resources, population or infrastructure to accommodate hundreds of political refugees.