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Officials from Cuba and the Cayman Islands signed a new memorandum of understanding Friday which they say will help speed up the process of repatriating migrants that land illegally in the territory.
A prison officer has been suspended after a covert surveillance camera was found hidden in the office of a senior manager.
More than three months after a Cuban migrant drowned off South Sound, his body was laid to rest in his native Santa Cruz.
Six Cuban refugees were on the run on Tuesday after breaking out of the Immigration Detention Centre.
Cayman's Immigration Department considers ramping up its response to Cuban migrant arrivals as more reach local shores.
Three more boatloads of Cuban migrants arrive on Grand Cayman's shores.
Cayman's acting fire chief has been officially retired.
The family of a Cuban migrant who died in Grand Cayman in early January seeks the return of his body nearly three months later.
Cayman's former fire chief claims he was forced to retire, but the civil service and a local judge say that's not the case.
Reformed criminals could have the chance to get convictions stricken from the record under proposed legislation aimed at improving the job prospects of ex-offenders.
Work permit holders, Caymanian job-seekers and local businesses will soon have better access to immigration records and employment data.
Major increases in the cost of housing and transporting Cuban migrants hit Cayman in 2014.
Representatives from Cuba and Cayman will meet soon for further negotiations on an agreement regarding treatment and repatriation of Cuban migrants.
The premier wastes no time in hiring a new political assistant. Several high-profile jobs in the rest of the Home Affairs ministry, however, are still looking for full time staffers.
A 'sizeable surface fire' broke out at the George Town Landfill on Sunday.
Cayman is not quite ready to start hearing new applications for permanent residence.
The investigation into alleged 'misconduct' by Cayman's top immigration officer could wrap up next week.
West Bay MLA Bernie Bush is postponing his planned vote of no confidence motion in Police Commissioner David Baines.
Details of the Jan. 3 incident when one Cuban migrant died and three others were pulled from the water off South Sound.
Systemic problems that led to an embarassing expenses audit for government last year have not been fully corrected.
New police jail facilities lie unused in George Town while government tries to raise money to build a new police station.
By a process of self-selection, Premier Alden McLaughlin is now on the hottest seat in the Cayman Islands government.
A government ministry reshuffle puts massive responsibility on the premier's shoulders and lightens the load for the former health minister.
Participants in Cayman's benefits program for retired seamen and veteransreceived unauthorized payments for years.
A month-by-month review of the Cayman Islands' top new stories in 2014.
Plans for an independent complaints authority to investigate public grievances about the police could be shelved in favor of moving that role into a new ombudsman’s office.
Cayman's premier says he's greatly concerned about recent suspensions in the Immigration Department.
Chief Immigration Officer Linda Evans has been suspended pending an investigation into allegations of misconduct, the Ministry of Home Affairs confirmed Tuesday.
Cayman Islands Chief Immigration Officer Linda Evans has been suspended from duty.
Regulators will compel Cayman Islands telecoms companies to upgrade their networks as a matter of “national security” following a series of connection failures that prevented emergency 911 calls from getting through.
A senior immigration official is being investigated over allegations that she put false information on a work permit form.
More than 12,000 people have gained Caymanian status or permanent residency since 2008, according to government data.
Government ministries comply - in varying degrees - with directives to proactively release credit card statements.
The Ministry of Home Affairs’ Wesley Howell says the move to offshore servers for government sites and databases is “not imminent but inevitable.”
The BBQ Battle of Lalique Pointe will officially go down as a draw, but thanks to Franz Manderson and Eric Bush, the Breast Cancer Foundation is the real winner.
The migrant detention center in George Town is now nearly cleared out, after the repatriation of two dozen Cubans.