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There were mixed opinions from West Bay election candidates in relation to the planned new cruise ship dock for the district when they were questioned at the Chamber of Commerce Forum Friday evening in West Bay.
Extra security officers, closed circuit television and digital locks for staff-only entry are among new measures being considered to enhance security at the Cayman Islands Hospital.
The following is a World Health Day message from Minister of Health Gilbert McLean
The Leo Club of Grand Cayman celebrates its 30th anniversary next week, making it the oldest continuously active youth service organisation in the islands.
Doctors from overseas have been travelling to the Cayman Islands to treat patients through the Health Services Authority for more than 20 years.
With the slogan 'Vote 2, 7 and 8 and then close the gate,' UDP candidates Mark Scotland, Gilbert McLean and Roy Bodden stated their intentions if elected on 11 May, and outlined their government's past achievements, a public meeting Saturday evening.
The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre is hosting a public forum today (5 April) to launch Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Security has been beefed up at the Cayman Islands Hospital following last week's fatal shooting on site and the recent rash of violent crimes in the community.
Minister of Health Gilbert McLean has expressed concern about the insurance industry.
The Health Services Authority has completed the development of a strategic plan, which will drive the development of a sustainable world class healthcare system in the Cayman Islands.
Six doctors have left the employment of the Health Services Authority in the less-than-90-day period since 1 December, 2004, the HSA has said in response to recent questions from the Caymanian Compass.
Health Minister Gilbert McLean admitted during Finance Committee at the Legislative Assembly that there are fundamental problems with management at the Health Services Authority.
Government has been working to restore some semblance of the way it used to be on this Island, Minister Gilbert McLean said in his debate on extraordinary expenditure last week.
Funding for two new ambulances for Grand Cayman and one for Cayman Brac is being provided for in the Supplementary Appropriations Bill.
The Legislative Assembly passed a Private Member's Motion Friday agreeing to consider changing the location of the Governor's residence.
George Town MLA Alden McLaughlin has cracked the door open to questions that have been asked but unanswered about the condition of the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority.
George Town MLA Alden McLaughlin has questioned the reasons for an additional expenditure of nearly $10 million for the Health Services Authority.
Members of the Legislative Assembly Monday debated a bill to appropriate an extraordinary expenditure of $29.3 million in the 2004/2005 financial year.
After hearing the circumstances of a nightclub assault and mitigation, Mr. Justice Alex Henderson imposed what he called "a significant penalty, although not a jail sentence."
Two private ophthalmologists are filling in at the Cayman Islands Hospital's eye clinic following the departure of Dr. Eugene Foley last week.
Cayman's Health Practice Commission, which has among its responsibilities the inspection and certification of healthcare facilities in the Cayman Islands, has begun the process for provisional certification of healthcare facilities that are in operation.
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Three bills were passed when the Legislative Assembly began its fourth meeting.
The Ministry of Health has laid out its recovery and future mitigation arrangements in the event of another disaster of the magnitude of Hurricane Ivan.