Archive for May 12th, 2016

Can cars be clamped in Cayman?

Can cars be clamped in Cayman?

| 12/05/2016 | 9 Comments

Is it true that you can be clamped if you park beyond the posted time limit or in a spot marked for a specific business? I have seen signs warning about clamping in many carparks around town and it doesn’t seem fair considering many plazas and office buildings don’t have adequate parking. Auntie’s answer: No, […]

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Forbes breaks record and rises in rankings

Forbes breaks record and rises in rankings

| 12/05/2016 | 7 Comments

(CNS): Cayman’s 110-metre hurdler, Ronald Forbes, has broken his own national record and become one of the fastest hurdlers in the world this year. With less than three months to go before the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the elite local athlete clocked a time of 13.36 at the NTC Star Sprint Series in […]

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Day two of U-15 football tourney separates leaders

Day two of U-15 football tourney separates leaders

| 12/05/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Manchester City FC and the Cuba National U-15 Team each posted their second victory, while Orlando City and LA Galaxy remained unbeaten, playing to a draw in their match, through two days of the Cayman Airways Invitational Youth Football Cup. In addition, Academy Sports Club Select, the only local team in the tournament, earned […]

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Chefs battle to win Cupcake Wars

Chefs battle to win Cupcake Wars

| 12/05/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Young pastry chefs in Grand Cayman are invited to take part in the Child Month Cupcake Wars competition. The contest, which takes place Saturday, 28 May from 10am-12pm at The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman, challenges bakers to create two cupcakes, one using fruit in the recipe and a diabetic-friendly item.

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UCCI students off to study in Spain

UCCI students off to study in Spain

| 12/05/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Two Caymanian students from the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) are heading to Malaga, Spain in July for a three-week language programme at the eSPEAK Academy. Funding for the trip was arranged through the Honorary Consulate of Spain. Lacey Quesada and Lydia Ebanks were selected as recipients of the consulate scholarship to […]

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Sunrise clients present spring concert

Sunrise clients present spring concert

| 12/05/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The Sunrise Adult Training Centre is putting on its annual free spring concert on Wednesday, 18 May at the Harquail Theatre. This year, the clients from the centre will be presenting “Mummeh Mia: The Barcadere Beckons”, their version of the hit Broadway musical and movie Mamma Mia! Acting director Kim Voaden explained everyone at […]

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Celebrity reading day opens Child Month

Celebrity reading day opens Child Month

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(CNS): Child Month 2016 got off to a literary start in the Sister Islands on Monday, 2 May, with a number of schools hosting a celebrity reading day. To mark the occasion, several well-known figures in the Cayman Brac community took time to share a story with young pupils from Creek and Spot Bay Primary […]

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