Archive for April, 2016

Private use of government vehicles

Private use of government vehicles

| 29/04/2016 | 28 Comments

What is the government policy on using vehicles belonging to government and its statutory authorities for personal errands and to pick up directors’ children from school using staff as drivers? Auntie’s answer: While you asked two questions, they are really just different parts of the same issue, which is the use of government vehicles for non-work-related […]

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Divers hit the beaches for Earth Day

Divers hit the beaches for Earth Day

| 29/04/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Dive industry leaders say it is a 365-day commitment to keep Cayman’s environment a major tourist attraction that draws visitors from around the world. However, hundreds of volunteers made a special effort on Earth Day, 16 April, to tidy up beaches, roads and reefs as part of the annual cleanup in recognition of that […]

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Cayman U-15 tourney scores with international lineup

Cayman U-15 tourney scores with international lineup

| 29/04/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A dozen youth football teams are putting their final touches on preparations for the Cayman Airways Invitational Youth Football Cup, which kicks off here on 10 May. The tournament, organised by the West Bay Sports Foundation, has attracted under-15 squads from England, the US, Cuba, Honduras, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

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Child Month focuses on positive future for kids

Child Month focuses on positive future for kids

| 29/04/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): This May marks the 20th observance of Child Month, an annual series of events and family activities that help raise awareness of the important role of the community in making the Cayman Islands a better place for children. The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) has once again partnered with other government and […]

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UWC names 2016 Caymanian scholars

UWC names 2016 Caymanian scholars

| 28/04/2016 | 1 Comment

(CNS): The United World Colleges (UWC) global educational movement will enrol three more Caymanian students in August, with the local national committee selecting Ayanda Jones, Julian Menko and Chanelle Scott as its 2016 scholars. During the two-year pre-university International Baccalaureate diploma programme, they will live and study alongside young people from diverse cultures and backgrounds […]

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