Archive for April 12th, 2016

Caymanian student spends Easter break with cops

Caymanian student spends Easter break with cops

| 12/04/2016 | 0 Comments

(RCIPS): A few weeks ago, Inspector Kevin Ashworth, head of the RCIPS Training and Development Unit, was pleasantly surprised by an email he received from Emma Lang, aged 21, a Caymanian attending university in the UK. Lang expressed her interest in spending her two-week Easter break “shadowing” officers in different units of the RCIPS.

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Radio Cayman celebrates 40th anniversary

Radio Cayman celebrates 40th anniversary

| 12/04/2016 | 1 Comment

(CNS): The Cayman Islands’ government-owned radio station celebrated a milestone in style last weekend at a 40th Anniversary listener appreciation party held at the Cayman Turtle Farm. More than 2,000 adults and children turned out for the free family fun day on Saturday, 9 April, where they enjoyed the CTF’s waterslide, shark enclosure and bird […]

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Large serving of Rundown soon come

Large serving of Rundown soon come

| 12/04/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): With rehearsals well underway, the cast and crew at the Cayman National Cultural Foundation are cooking up this year’s serving of ‘Rundown’. Having collected plenty of comic ingredients over the last year since the last amusing theatrical meal, local audiences can look forward to a hilarious portion next month when the curtain goes up […]

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Making a complaint about a government department

Making a complaint about a government department

| 12/04/2016 | 15 Comments

Who can I turn to for assistance at the labour office. A certain officer has had my case now going on to 9 weeks, give or take a few days. Every time I go to the office or call for her, I get the lame duck excuses such as “in a meeting”…….”busy”………”not seeing clients today”…….Please […]

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CCMI hires coral restoration expert

CCMI hires coral restoration expert

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(CNS): Dr Steve Whalan recently joined the Central Caribbean Marine Institute (CCMI) as a Senior Research Scientist with expertise in coral reef ecology. Dr Whalan brings a vast amount of knowledge and skills to CCMI, an institute that has won awards through the National Science Foundation and the UK Darwin Initiative. His research has unraveled […]

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