Archive for March, 2018

Cayman sailors competing in Europe

Cayman sailors competing in Europe

| 29/03/2018 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): Three young sailors from the Cayman Islands Sailing Club are representing their country at two high-profile regattas in Europe. Matheo Capasso, George Hider and Jaspar Nielsen, all students at Cayman International School, are competing in the 36th Lake Garda Optimist Meeting, in Italy, through 1 April. The three will be among the […]

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Disturbed by coconut seller in neighbourhood

Disturbed by coconut seller in neighbourhood

| 28/03/2018 | 13 Comments

How are street vendors regulated? Suddenly I have someone selling coconuts outside my house, not downtown where the tourists are but in a residential neighbourhood. Can he do this? Can I freely tell him to move along? Auntie’s answer: There are several departments potentially involved in answering various points that your question brings up. But […]

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Inaugural mobile blood drive sets donor record

Inaugural mobile blood drive sets donor record

| 28/03/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The Health Services Authority’s (HSA) first-ever mobile blood drive set a record for most pints donated in a single day. Altogether, 52 pints of blood were donated, with 40 people taking part for the first time and 63 registering to be blood donors. Car City hosted the event and Hurley’s Media promoted […]

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MLAs jumping the queue

MLAs jumping the queue

| 27/03/2018 | 3 Comments

I’ve noticed on several occasions MLAs visiting the government building and demanding their personal applications be processed right away. Do you think they should get priority? They treat the staff with no respect. Auntie’s answer: Up front I will say that I have never had time for people who take advantage of their position or […]

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Young footballers hang up boots for Easter break

Young footballers hang up boots for Easter break

| 27/03/2018 | 0 Comments

(CIFA): Games played in the sixth-round of the 2018 Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) youth leagues this past Saturday, 24 March, marked the midway point of the season for the numerous teams. Players now look ahead to a well-deserved two-week Easter break to rest weary limbs, nurse any injuries and “recharge batteries”.

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