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Today's Date: 29 July 2015
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Legislative Assembly takes up construction, financial services bills
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The local financial services and construction industry will need to pay attention during Cayman's upcoming Legislative Assembly meeting.

Legislation aimed at improving the quality of local construction and Cayman’s financial services industry are due to come before the Legislative Assembly in what lawmakers expect will be a “brief” meeting next month.
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The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has undergone a major shake-up ... but, frankly, not the one which we had anticipated.
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Federal prosecutors look for more leads in the FIFA corruption probe while banks come under increased scrutiny again.
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The Special Olympics Cayman Islands team at the World Games in Los Angeles has started really well and already won eight medals.
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Justin Devon Manderson, who was scheduled to go on trial for the Jan. 3 murder of Victor Oliver Yates Jr., was discharged on Tuesday afternoon after witnesses backed out of testifying in the case.
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