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Today's Date: 05 August 2015
Last Updated: 04 August 2015 22:04:49 EST
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Special Olympics team home in triumph
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The Cayman Islands team returned from the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon clutching their 52 medals with pride.
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The Cayman Islands’ system of private pensions is in crisis - and not just because so many local employers are flouting the law.
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The first emergency medical responders did not follow protocol and did not try to resuscitate a man who died in an early morning car accident two years ago, according to an independent review of the death.
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A Western Union spokeswoman says the cash transfer company hopes to reopen in the Cayman Islands while other remittance companies work to find a new bank by the end of the month.
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Money transmitters need banks to handle international wire transfers.
Pensions law under public spotlight
Employment Minister Tara Rivers began her round of public meetings on proposed changes to the National Pensions Law.
Minister: Cayman funds ready to compete in European Union
Cayman takes further steps to ease competition for local investment funds in the European market.
Sports News
Caribbean test for Under-15s
The Cayman Islands Under-15 national boys football team is competing in the 2015 Caribbean Football Union U-15 Championships in St. Maarten and Anguilla from Saturday.
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Cayman Life
Plantation perfection
An island-style house with modern twists marks the home of the Farjallah family, who live at The Plantation, a boutique residential community in South Sound.  
Fidel Murphy’s Pub: grub and great brews
Fidel Murphy’s in Queen’s Court Plaza is your quintessential pub, with lots of comfy seating, a beer garden, delicious home-cooked classics, and cold brews on tap.   
What’s Hot this Month
Kaibo has a pretty sweet deal happening this summer, every Saturday night until the end of August.   
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Personal Security

There have been recent reports of aggressive and violent crimes being committed against Grand Cayman residents while they are at home. Do you feel safe inside your own home? Have you considered additional security measures? Or does Cayman remain a very safe place, and these are unfortunate, but isolated incidents? (Click here)

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In case you missed it
When Jeffrey Webb became president of the Cayman Islands Football Association 24 years ago, there was so little documentation and memorabilia that its entire history was handed to him in a shoebox.
Caymanian Bo Miller makes an argument for why the cruise berthing project should not go ahead.
An argument for why the Cayman Islands needs a cruise berthing facility.
Cruise ship arrivals are continuing to increase across the Caribbean region.
Policymakers will have to weigh the value of dive and snorkel sites such as Eden Rock and Cheeseburger Reef against the benefits of cruise berthing facilities.
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