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Today's Date: 14 September 2014
Last Updated: 11 September 2014 18:43:55 EST
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Voting change ‘one’ step closer
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The Cayman Islands government takes a symbolic first step toward changing its election system.
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This is the Cayman Islands' moment of opportunity, and it is also Premier Alden McLaughlin's defining moment.
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An environmental study has been commissioned on a planned project to build a floating power station off the coast of North Side district which would tap into the solar energy potential in the warm tropical waters around Grand Cayman.
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A seven person jury was sworn in on Thursday afternoon in the trial of former Premier McKeeva Bush following a rigorous selection process which saw more than 70 potential jurors excluded from the panel.
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A consultant's report recommends the merger or elimination of about a dozen government agencies.
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Sharks allow Lynx to grab win
Week 12 of the Digicel Premier League continued in full force at the Ed Bush field in West Bay with six exciting games on Saturday.
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A culinary adventure Cambodia, crunchy insects and more
In the fourth in a five-part series, Mizu's Cxecutive Chef, Dylan Benoit, shares his culinary adventures in Asia. This week, Cambodia
CARE promotes Paws for Wine
A barking good time is expected to be had at the Paws for Wine fundraiser at 7 p.m. Sept. 20 at Ristorante Pappagallo.
Driven to distraction
Installing car seats can prove to be quite the challenge for many parents, especially when their instruction manuals require the training of a NASA engineer to read them.
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