Archive for April, 2017

Illegal selling of DVDs

Illegal selling of DVDs

| 30/04/2017 | 8 Comments

The copyright law was passed last year. All but one of the merchants that were selling DVDs has stopped. It is in plain sight to see and not only that but the one left behind is reaping all the benefits of our customers on the main street in George Town. Will this law be enforced? If […]

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New van helps drive dog rescues

New van helps drive dog rescues

| 28/04/2017 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): Canines rescued by One Dog at a Time (ODAAT) can now ride in style thanks to the purchase of a van funded by various sponsors. The group, which started four years ago and is run solely by volunteers, relies heavily on public support and various fundraisers to operate, as it awaits approval […]

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Rundown celebrates 25 years of shows

Rundown celebrates 25 years of shows

| 28/04/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Rundown, the annual music and comedy revue, has opened at the Harquail Theatre, marking its 25th anniversary. Designed and directed by Henry Muttoo, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF) production is a combination of comedy and song with a series of loosely linked skits and calypsos about life in the Cayman Islands. […]

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Law firm joins Earth Day clean-up

Law firm joins Earth Day clean-up

| 28/04/2017 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): Harneys staff and family in the Cayman Islands formed one of the teams that participated in the annual Chamber of Commerce Earth Day clean-up on Saturday, 22 April 2017, tackling rubbish on the roadsides around North Sound Estates. Olivia Shanks, organiser of the law firm’s clean-up volunteers, said of the day: “We […]

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Juniors ready to hit the road for Batabano

Juniors ready to hit the road for Batabano

| 28/04/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Now in its 15th year, Junior Batabano is set to hit the streets of George Town on Saturday, 29 April, with eight local schools, two junior masquerade bands and more than 300 children and teens joining the parade. “From the Batabano planning committee and costume designers, to the school teachers, parents and, of […]

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Wants fast food outlet to provide tap water

Wants fast food outlet to provide tap water

| 27/04/2017 | 14 Comments

Is there any law on restaurants providing free drinking water in Cayman? I’ve always considered it best practice to offer free tap water if requested and my wife agrees. A while back we had been to the beach and stopped off at KFC by Kirks and my kids were told that they could buy bottled […]

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CIAA employee navigates new career path

CIAA employee navigates new career path

| 27/04/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): As part of its focus on developing staff, the Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA) recently selected airport security officer Jehu Rivers to work in the air traffic control (ATC) unit. He was encouraged to apply for an ATC trainee position that was advertised and, following a competitive recruitment process, Rivers was chosen […]

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Aall Foundation donates to Manna Centre

Aall Foundation donates to Manna Centre

| 27/04/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The Aall Foundation has contributed US$15,000 to support the humanitarian work of the Manna Centre, a community medical, social welfare and legal advisory agency expected to open later this year in the Savannah area. The centre will also administer a depot for storage and distribution of dry goods, clothing and medication.

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Miss Nadine’s garden blossoming one year on

Miss Nadine’s garden blossoming one year on

| 27/04/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): A school garden planted Earth Day 2016 sponsored by a local financial services firm, has passed its one-year anniversary. In honour of Earth Day, Citco first established the garden at the NCVO’s Miss Nadine’s Pre-School to introduce the young students to sustainable living and healthy food options. A year later, produce from […]

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Damaged cemetery wall a disgrace

Damaged cemetery wall a disgrace

| 26/04/2017 | 4 Comments

I was wondering if you could find out who is in charge of maintaining the George Town (Dixie) Cemetery located at West Bay Road and Eastern Avenue. For nearly a month now, the broken and knocked-over wall sections have been lying on the ground immediately adjacent to the sidewalk there. Apparently these are in that […]

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