Archive for August 10th, 2016

Not happy with postal service to Canada

Not happy with postal service to Canada

| 10/08/2016 | 28 Comments

Why does it take a letter from Canada less than a week to arrive in Cayman; but mail sent from Cayman to Canada often takes over two months to get to its destination in Canada? The staff at the post office in Cayman blames Canada Post. There is no disruption or strikes currently in Canada […]

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Scotiabank supports local students

Scotiabank supports local students

| 10/08/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Scotiabank recently awarded five Caymanian students US$5,000 each to assist in paying for their university education overseas. The bank’s student bursary supports young Caymanians in financial need looking to pursue an undergraduate degree in business or finance at a college/university overseas, helping them bridge the financial gap to fund their future.

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Allan struggles to make headway with weight disadvantage

Allan struggles to make headway with weight disadvantage

| 10/08/2016 | 5 Comments

(CNS): As one of lightest sailors in the competition, Cayman’s Florence Allen had another challenging day Tuesday in Rio as she ended the women’s laser races in 35th place. Although she improved her ranking in the first race of the day where she was passing other competitors, she fell back again in the second race […]

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Father and son complete 500-mile cycle for charity

Father and son complete 500-mile cycle for charity

| 10/08/2016 | 5 Comments

(CNS): A father and son have cycled across Iowa as part of the world’s oldest, largest and longest road tour. Tim Dailey and son, Alex, 9, cycled 500 miles in the 44th annual Registers Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI), a seven-day journey, raising funds for three Cayman charities. They will be donating US$1,000 […]

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