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Cayman courts Arab oil, money

The Leader of Government Business McKeeva Bush will lead a Cayman delegation to the United Arab Emirates in early March in effort to foster business relations.

St. Matthew’s to reopen in May

St. Matthew's University School of Medicine announced Monday it is on track to reopen in May after repairing damage caused by Hurricane Ivan.

Lunch promotes finance industry

The Cayman Islands Financial Services Association sponsored a luncheon today in London to help promote Cayman's financial services industry and strengthen ties between the City of London and the Cayman Islands.

Ramoon to be honoured

Lee Ramoon, former national team player and captain, is to be honoured at a dinner hosted by the Ministry of Community Services, Youth, Sports and Gender Affairs and the Cayman Islands Football Association on Saturday January 29th at Pedro St. James.

‘The easy part is over’ Recovery will be hard

General Wesley Clarke came to the Cayman Islands with a word of warning. He echoed the tone of the Cayman Business Outlook 2005 at the Westin Casuarina Resort yesterday in saying that the country has a lot of work to do before it can recover from the effects of Hurricane Ivan.

West Bay high school touted

Leader of Government Business McKeeva Bush said a new high school is planned for West Bay.

Business Outlook looks at rebuilding CI

Cayman Business Outlook is selling out fast says organizer Fidelity, of Wednesday morning's conference at the Westin Resort.

Writ filed against Cayman Net News

The attorney for Leader of Government Business McKeeva Bush has filed a write of summons in Grand Court against Cayman Net News and Desmond Seales.

Craft Market gets a site

The Kirkconnell family has donated the use of a plot of land on the corner of Boilers Road and South Church Street in George Town for the new Craft Market.

Cargo problem hits supermarkets

A new Port Authority policy should help ease a problem experienced by Cayman's supermarkets recently in keeping their shelves fully stocked.

Container policies eased

Dedicated, full containers can be taken directly from the Port Authority dock to major importers.

Gay cruise ships slated

Although all-gay cruise organisers are still boycotting the Cayman Islands, several gay and lesbian groups have been visiting the country on cruise ships in recent times, and several more are booked to visit this year, beginning in March.

Recovery on Gen. Clark’s agenda

Retired Four Star American Army General Wesley Clark is to comment on Caymans recovery effort as the keynote speaker at the 19 January Business Outlook conference.

A look back at 2004 in Cayman

The year just past was filled with news, from renewed talk of dredging North Sound to the opening of the telecommunications industry to full competition.

Port Authority recovering

As a good performance in 2002 is reported for the Port Authority, that vital facility finds itself facing challenges after the passage of Hurricane Ivan.

Atlantis found in Brac

The thousands-year search for Atlantis can come to and end. It is soon could be and well off Cayman Brac.

Boston bound on new jet

Cayman Airways new direct flight to Boston saw local VIPs hop aboard Friday evening for the inaugural trip to the new destination on the newly acquired 737-300 jet airplane.

No confidence voted

Executive members of the George Town branch of the United Democratic Party have voted no confidence in Dr. Frank McField as a candidate at the upcoming general elections, throwing the branch into further disarray.

Christmas tree lit at Governor’s House

A large crowd gathered at the Governors House last Friday evening for The Ministry of Community Services, Youth, Sports and Gender Affairs second annual Christmas-tree lighting ceremony.

LGB speaks on MC Restoration

Amid a number of comments by members of the public and a statement by Leader of the Opposition Kurt Tibbetts concerning the debris removal contract awarded to MC Restoration, Leader of Government Business McKeeva Bush made a presentation on the matter to the Legislative Assembly Monday.

Scotland works for Witt

Mark Scotland does not work for MC Restoration, neither does he work for Government, but is employed by James Lee Witt Associates.

UN study broken down

How badly did Hurricane Ivan damage the Cayman Islands? Answers from a report by the UNs Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean are grim.

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