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Today's Date: 27 July 2015
Last Updated: 26 July 2015 17:00:15 EST
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Fire victim: ‘We’ve lost everything’
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The community responds in a big way to help 17 people left homeless after a fire at a housing compound in Windsor Park on Friday night.
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The latest report from the Cayman Islands auditor general on government’s land management practices covers so much topical ground that we believe it may be instructive to provide some focused analysis.
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Cayman's financial watchdog shines the spotlight on the appointed boards that control local development behind the scenes.
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Following the sudden closure of Western Union this month, the remaining money transfer businesses in the Cayman Islands face the possibility of closing unless they can make new banking arrangements by the end of August.
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A second rise in foreclosures within two years is cause for concern in Cayman.
Longtime manager of botanic park passes away
Andrew Guthrie, who served as general manager of the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park for 15 years, died on July 24 in the U.K.
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McGregor smashed pay-per-view buys
Conor “The Notorious” McGregor’s amazing crowd appeal has been proven again – by the pay-per-view figures for his last fight.
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Cayman Life
Healthy habits: Summertime tips and tricks
Stay in shape by eating healthy and breaking a sweat regularly. Try these simple tips to enjoy a healthy summer:  
The Best Summer Ever!
While everywhere else in the world is packed busy, the Cayman Islands enjoy a quieter period when residents can rest, have a staycation, and take advantage of some terrific local bargains.  
Cayman carpenter
“Whilst Deutsche Bank enabled me to have a stable life, the thrill I get from running my own business, and doing what I love, is no comparison.”   
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