Archive for August, 2016

Hoping to import exotic pet for kids

Hoping to import exotic pet for kids

| 30/08/2016 | 22 Comments

I have been having a hard time finding any information regarding the import of “exotic” pets to the Cayman Islands. I have searched the agriculture documentation but was unable to find information regarding primates (specifically marmoset, capuchin and sugar gliders) and also miniature pigs. My kids have recently visited a family in the USA which […]

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‘Stuff The Bus’ campaign delivers for students in need

‘Stuff The Bus’ campaign delivers for students in need

| 30/08/2016 | 1 Comment

(CNS): A three-week-long donation drive has brought in thousands of school supplies for families whose children need assistance. The Caribbean Alliance Insurance and Hurley’s Media “Stuff the Bus” campaign collected 3,738 items that were presented to the Department of Children and Family Services, the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and the Special Needs Foundation to hand […]

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Golden Spoons Review: Bread & Chocolate

Golden Spoons Review: Bread & Chocolate

| 29/08/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS Foodie): Situated across from the Courthouse in George Town, directly underneath Daily Grind café, is the colourful and cozy local-run vegan food hub Bread & Chocolate. After first going vegan while still living in Cayman six years ago, I never dreamed there would ever be a restaurant or café on island that did not […]

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Conference to focus on achieving lifelong health

Conference to focus on achieving lifelong health

| 29/08/2016 | 1 Comment

(CNS): This year’s Cayman Islands Healthcare Conference, set for 20-22 October, will focus on optimal health during the various stages of life under the theme “The Chapters of a Healthy Life”. The conference will look at a range of topics over the entire lifespan covering children and adolescents, women and men, as well as older […]

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Prisoners answer the bell to help primary school

Prisoners answer the bell to help primary school

| 29/08/2016 | 1 Comment

(CNS): One recent Saturday morning, a group of prisoners from HMP Northward came out to help George Town Primary School principal Marie Martin in unloading containers that had been packed since Hurricane Ivan in 2004 with items salvaged from the school. Martin had contacted Richard Barton, a manager at the prison, for assistance in unloading, […]

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