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Today's Date: 28 July 2015
Last Updated: 27 July 2015 19:30:27 EST
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Lawyer: New Labour Law adds costs
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Local businesses should brace for big change when new labor legislation takes effect, a local attorney advises.
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A collection of wooden residences caught fire and burned to the ground. Now, 17 people are homeless. It easily could have been much, much worse. If the blaze had started in the middle of the night, 17 people could have been dead.
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A floating oil rig on the way to Texas pays a brief visit to Cayman.
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Changes are made at the top for the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority.
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Cayman is about to get a wake-up call when it comes to recognizing same-sex unions, the Human Rights Commission warns.
Family routed by fire wants to rebuild compound
A large family left homeless after a fire on Friday, say they plan to rebuild their George Town family compound within three months.
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Jamaica hold their heads high
Jamaica may have been outclassed in losing to Mexico 3-1 in the final of the CONCACAF Gold Cup on Sunday, but they came away from the tournament with much to be positive about.
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Michelle Butler of Design Studio
Replace area rugs. Rugs can look worn quite quickly, especially in Cayman’s climate, and a new one does not have to break the budget. Soft pile indoor/outdoor rugs clean more easily and are therefore ideal in heavy traffic areas.   
Christian Lord at Lobster Pot
Lobster Pot is an iconic restaurant and bar on the coast of George Town. For decades, regulars have stopped by for lunch, dinner and to drink in the view.   
Summer ‘mocktails’: Yummy, non-alcoholic beverages
If you’re not inclined towards cocktails, then why not enjoy a ‘mocktail’ instead? These are delicious and won’t leave you feeling rough the next morning.  
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