Archive for May 20th, 2015

Fire Service stresses safety for recruits

Fire Service stresses safety for recruits

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(CNS): Cayman Islands Fire Service recruits received extra training in job safety at a two-day course organised by the Department of Labour and Pensions. The occupational safety and health (OSH) course emphasised three core areas: safety management, job-hazard recognition and job-hazard analysis, which involved creating safety controls.

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Teen gives back on her birthday

Teen gives back on her birthday

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(CNS): A community-minded teen displayed the true spirit of giving when she asked that, instead of birthday gifts, donations be made to the National Council of Voluntary Organisations’ (NCVO) Nadine Andreas Foster Home. Nina Ratcliffe recently celebrated her 14th birthday by requesting her friends and family donate to the foster home. In all, she raised $575 for […]

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Open-water event a swimming success

Open-water event a swimming success

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(CNS): A new-look course highlighted the 28th LIME 800m Sea Swim, which drew 106 participants swimming a loop that started and ended at Government House. The loop provided Cayman’s top open-water swimmers and tri-athletes the opportunity to navigate an unfamiliar course, round markers and swim with and against the current. For spectators, it was an easier course to view […]

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Public asked to pick favourite young filmmaker

Public asked to pick favourite young filmmaker

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(CNS): Voting has opened to select the People’s Choice Award winner among the 15 finalists for the Young Image Makers (YIM) Short Film Competition. Organised by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation, and part of CayFilm 2015, the YIM offers a chance for budding filmmakers to vie for the opportunity to attend a one-week movie camp run by […]

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