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Today's Date: 30 June 2015
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Opponents seek referendum on GT cruise pier
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A coalition of Cayman Islands voters will seek to force the local government to abandon plans for a cruise pier in George Town harbor via a people-initiated referendum.
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Failures in garbage collection billing and airport parking are illustrations of our government's major problems with what should be minor matters ... a running theme in the Cayman Islands public sector.
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Single-member voting districts in the Cayman Islands get a new look with 19 Legislative Assembly seats now on the map.
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Cayman's private sector retirement savings plans may be in for big changes.
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A new detention center for police sits empty while a UK inspection report criticizes current conditions for detainees at the George Town police station.
Flags at half-mast for terror victims
Flags are flown at half-mast in Cayman in memory of the British victims of the Tunisia terror attack.
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Ramos back to his best in long haul
The busy cycling season continued with Championships 57 Mile Road Race around Frank Sound and East End on Sunday.
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Cayman Life
Smugglers Rum Bar Barrels and barrels o’ fun
If you’ve not yet visited the minus5 ice bar in the Flagship Building on Harbour Drive, George Town, you’re missing out on a very unique experience.   
Best for the beach
Whether buying a lounge chair to sit on the sand, or furnishing a private stretch of beach on your property, there are many options to choose from in Cayman.  
Marijuana shares cloud the minds of investors
Since some American states started to legalize marijuana last year, many gamblers are very keen on cannabis shares.   Anyone who wants to invest some capital should rely on companies that deal with marijuana for medical use.
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