Archive for November 30th, 2017

Minister’s message for World AIDS Day

Minister’s message for World AIDS Day

| 30/11/2017 | 0 Comments

(Minister for Health Dwayne Seymour): As the festive season approaches, it is always a poignant time of year for people who have lost loved ones, particularly those who have succumbed to an illness such as HIV and AIDS. It is important, therefore, that we observe World AIDS Day on 1 December to highlight the risks […]

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Prospect residents spruce up neighbourhoods

Prospect residents spruce up neighbourhoods

| 30/11/2017 | 2 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Members of the Prospect Community Group cleaned up their district Saturday, 25 November, joined by MLA Austin Harris and RCIPS Community Officer PC Christopher Donaldson. Divided into teams, the Prospect crew did their best to rid Marina Drive, Omega Drive, Mahogany Drive and Victory Avenue of discarded plastic, old food containers, bottles, […]

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Taste of Cayman raffle to benefit Meals on Wheels

Taste of Cayman raffle to benefit Meals on Wheels

| 30/11/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels has been selected as the official charity of the 30th annual Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival anniversary festival, set for Saturday, 27 January 2018 at the Festival Green, Camana Bay. Every year, the festival supports the local community through a charity raffle, with funds raised […]

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Injured driver wants to use handicapped spot

Injured driver wants to use handicapped spot

| 30/11/2017 | 4 Comments

What if I have a legitimate injury that makes it hard/painful for me to walk but I am not permanently disabled? Can I use a Blue Spot? Auntie’s answer: Today’s question appeared as a comment on a CNS article about the RCIPS announcing a no-tolerance policy on people who illegally park in spots designated for disabled drivers. […]

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Breeze Fusion walk/run benefits Brac Lions Club

Breeze Fusion walk/run benefits Brac Lions Club

| 30/11/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The second annual Brac Breeze Fusion 5K Walk/Run, held Saturday, 25 November at South Side Public Beach, attracted more than 70 runners and walkers, comprising students, civil servants and tourists. In repeat wins, students Sean-Douglas Valentine and Madi Brandes again clinched the top spots in the overall male and female divisions.

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