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Mr Deon Ebanks is the Publisher and Executive Editor for The Cayman Reporter. Deon brings over 10 years business experience gained from working in the financial services and banking industry and advising and providing assurance services to clients of a Big Four accounting firm.

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Articles by Deon Ebanks

Serious exposure or a big circus

The legislative Assembly held a sitting on Wednesday after months of not holding any sessions. On Tuesday, Leader of the Opposition McKeeva Bush filed an interesting Private Member’s Motion and held a press conference pertaining to the filed motion. The filed motion pertained to allegations of what Mr Bush deemed …

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Bush files motion alleging unconstitutional interference

Cayman Islands politician and current Leader of the Opposition, Hon McKeeva Bush has accused the United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) of meddling in the country’s affairs by conspiring to topple a constitutionally elected government. At a press conference on Tuesday morning, Mr Bush announced that he filed a …

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Three women shot

At 4:08AM Saturday 28 March 2015 the  George Town Hospital reported that there were three females at the hospital with gunshot wounds. The police responded immediately and the matter is under investigation by the George Town CID. Two of the victims appear to have sustained injuries that are NOT life …

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Mr James Austin-Smith – An Apology

On 16 January 2015 we published an article under the headline “Violation of rights could result in unfair trial”. In that article we published allegations made by a law firm in Pakistan representing Mr Hassan Syed, the former president of the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI), about Mr James Austin Smith, …

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Eclipze 14th Annual Cut-A-Thon

Eclipze Hair Design and Day Spa will be having its 14th Annual Cut-A-Thon on Sunday, 26th October 2014. Eclipze began this event 14 years ago when breast cancer hit close to home for sisters Darla and Darna, Owners of Eclipze at the time. They lost an aunt to the disease …

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Premier highlights Cayman at tech conference

Premier Hon Alden McLaughlin recently attended a three-day technology conference where he addressed an audience of more than 30 Chief Executive Officers (CEOs). The CEO’s represented several technology brands, all companies that were taking part in the IMPACT 14 conference, presented by the Internet Marketing Association. The conference was held …

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Bush’s defence exposes questionable email

During a cross examination in the trial of the former Premier, Mr Mckeeva Bush, the Financial Secretary (FS) Mr Kenneth Jefferson acknowledged that prior information he had given the police was false. The defence attorney Mr Geoffrey Cox QC prodded the FS to tell the court why such a mistake …

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Arden McLean credit card statement

Arden McLean

I feel constrained to state very clearly what my position is regarding the matters published in the Friday 22 August 2014 edition of the Cayman Compass. It seems patently clear that if I do not share with the public all of the information that I have in my possession, I …

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Poor people fed up

Viewpoint

The Cayman Islands have been blessed enormously by having an economic boom for over 40 years. Not many countries around the world are capable of boasting economic prosperity without some form of downturn for such a lengthy period. Much of our economic growth has come through our tourism and financial …

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