Archive for February, 2016

National U-15 football team prepares for CONCACAF tournament

National U-15 football team prepares for CONCACAF tournament

| 29/02/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands National U-15 football team, after being tested at an international tournament in Florida a few months ago, continues to train for the 2017 CONCACAF U-15 Boys Tournament, one of their most important competitions to date. Head coach Bruce Sigsworth said that the team members are actually still all under 14 with some just […]

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St Kitts agriculture officials tour Cayman farms

St Kitts agriculture officials tour Cayman farms

| 29/02/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Agriculture Minister Kurt Tibbetts took visiting officials from St Kitts and Nevis on a tour of five farms on Grand Cayman, as Government maintains its focus on this sector following January’s Heroes Day event and this month’s Agriculture Show. Joining Minister of Agriculture Alexis Jeffers and Permanent Secretary Eric Evelyn from St Kitts were […]

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Careers fair opens students to job opportunities

Careers fair opens students to job opportunities

| 26/02/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Year 9 and 11 students at John Gray High School (JGHS) had the opportunity to learn about a wide range of professions in Cayman’s business community at the school’s annual Careers Fair, organised by the Career Services Unit in the Department of Education Services and the JGHS Life Skills Department.

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Miss Cayman Islands encouraging all to get fit

Miss Cayman Islands encouraging all to get fit

| 26/02/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Miss Cayman Islands Monyque Brooks will help launch the GAB Walk Run Club’s Off the Couch programme on Monday evening (29 February). Brooks, who works in the Department of Tourism, will join Deputy Governor Franz Manderson to kick-start the eight-week programme, aimed at all fitness levels from beginning walkers to seasoned runners.

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Yellow Pages calls on community to recycle

Yellow Pages calls on community to recycle

| 26/02/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): From now until 18 March, the Cayman Islands Yellow Pages is holding their annual recycling programme for the ubiquitous telephone directories. The “Yellow2Green” initiative encourages the community to collect and recycle their old phone books so they can be converted into usable material. To date the exercise has kept more than 150,000 directories out of […]

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