Archive for December 2nd, 2016

Judicial Administration employees study management

Judicial Administration employees study management

| 02/12/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Nine Judicial Administration (JA) staff members graduated last month from the first tier of an international management certification programme. The nine, who hold or have acted in supervisory positions, completed the six-month foundations of management certificate (FoM) course, the first of three modules leading to certified manager (CM) accreditation by the Institute […]

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Flowers directs commercials with local crew

Flowers directs commercials with local crew

| 02/12/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Director Frank E Flowers was recently back in Cayman, partnering with a local production company to shoot a series of commercials. Pre-production on the ads began in September with four commercials filmed last month across seven locations over three consecutive days. Native son Flowers said of the effort, “This completely local production […]

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National Weather Service staff honoured

National Weather Service staff honoured

| 02/12/2016 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): The Cayman Islands National Weather Service (CINWS) honoured two employees at its Christmas party, held 25 November. Shamal Clarke was voted employee of the year and Avalon Porter was awarded for marking 35 years with the service. Clarke, who took up his role as a meteorologist in January, is the youngest member […]

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Monina Thompson named new tourism ambassador

Monina Thompson named new tourism ambassador

| 02/12/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): John Gray High School student Monina Thompson debated her way to winning the Tourism Speak Off and becoming the 2016-17 tourism ambassador. The Ministry and Department of Tourism (DoT) and the Cayman Islands Tourism Association hosted the competition, held 29 November, which encourages tourism awareness among high school students from a local […]

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