Archive for August 17th, 2015

UCCI observatory captures pillar prominence

UCCI observatory captures pillar prominence

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(CNS): Bill Hrudey, the founder and sponsor of the observatory at the University College of the Cayman Islands, has been turning his attention to prominences, including a pillar prominence, on the sun’s surface and captured images of the phenomena on Monday. Hrudey posted some of his amazing pictures to the Space Weather Gallery, which can be seen here.

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Lions boost awareness of men’s health issues

Lions boost awareness of men’s health issues

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(CNS): The recent annual walk/run organised by the Lions Club of Grand Cayman to promote awareness of men’s cancers raised about CI$40,000. The 4th Annual Delano Hislop Memorial 3-Day Journey for Life Walk/Run, which took place last month, is organised as part of the organisation’s PACCE (Prostate and Colon Cancer Event) campaign to educate people […]

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Young athletes poised for international debut

Young athletes poised for international debut

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(CNS): The Cayman Islands will be represented by 18 athletes across four sports — athletics, boxing, rugby sevens and swimming — at the Commonwealth Youth Games, taking place in Samoa from 5-11 September. Though most of the athletes will be competing at a major games for the first time, a few have international experience. Swimmer […]

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Get ready to tee off for the Red Cross

Get ready to tee off for the Red Cross

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(CNS): It is almost time to hit the links in support of  the Cayman Islands Red Cross (CIRC), which is holding its annual charitable golf tournament 4 September at the North Sound Club. RBC Royal Bank has once again signed on as the title sponsor of one of the CIRC’s main fundraisers, marking the 18th year […]

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Education Ministry interns give work experience high marks

Education Ministry interns give work experience high marks

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(CNS): This summer, four college students took up various internships at the Ministry of Education, Employment & Gender Affairs as part of official efforts to help them receive the hands-on experience needed for the working world. Minister Tara Rivers met with each intern last week to find out how they assisted staff and about their […]

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