Archive for July 17th, 2015

Cayman works on Ebola preparedness

Cayman works on Ebola preparedness

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(CNS): Health professionals and other interested parties from 13 regional countries including Cayman took part this week in a simulated exercise on Ebola virus disease (EVD). Local participants included 24 members of the multidisciplinary Ebola Response Committee. Led by the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), in association with the Implementation Agency for Crime and Security, the […]

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Gov’t supports Cayman musicians at Pan Am Games

Gov’t supports Cayman musicians at Pan Am Games

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(CNS): Local musician Jeán-Eric Smith, popularly known as “Notch”, recently accepted a Cayman Islands government grant on behalf of Caymanian musicians who are performing at this year’s Pan American Games. In addition to Notch, Cayman is being represented by musicians Andy Blake and Stewart Wilson at the 2015 Games in Toronto, Canada. At a meeting […]

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Feed Our Future gets corporate nourishment

Feed Our Future gets corporate nourishment

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(CNS): RBC Royal Bank recently donated $4,000 to the Feed Our Future Foundation, a non-profit organisation whose mission is to provide holistic nourishment to children in need. The foundation’s programmes and social activities are geared specifically toward solving the problem of childhood hunger, and supporting the intellectual nourishment of children within the Cayman Islands.

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Time to gear up for the 2015 CI Triathlon

Time to gear up for the 2015 CI Triathlon

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(CNS): The Cayman Islands Triathlon, one of the most gruelling events in the sporting calendar, is set to take place Sunday, 1 November 2015. The annual event of the Cayman Islands Triathlon Association (CITA) is the highlight of the triathlon season. The race begins at Public Beach, with participants choosing one of two courses: the […]

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