We just recently moved into a rental home. We signed the lease which stated internet included. Now the landlord says they don’t want to provide internet anymore and cut the service off. Is there anything we can do? Isn’t that breach of contract? Auntie’s answer: While I want to stress, as I have done before, […]
Archive for June 7th, 2018
(CNS Local Life): Cayman Islands representatives joined country leaders from across the Caribbean at a Commonwealth integrity and anti-corruption conference that opened this week in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The fourth annual conference of the Commonwealth Caribbean Association of Integrity Commissions and Anti-Corruption Bodies is themed “Counting the Real Cost of Corruption – Engaging […]
As an expat on a work permit can my 16-year-old son do work experience without a work permit? Can it be paid at all and is there a time limit? He wants to become a doctor and has been offered a placement over the summer. They offered to pay him a small amount to cover […]
(CNS Local Life): Paediatric patients at the Cayman Islands Hospital can expect a more pleasant experience during their visit, thanks to the charity of a five-year-old brain cancer survivor and her family. On 31 May, Mechon and Tommy Ebanks, parents of cancer survivor Skylar May “Mimi” Ebanks, spread awareness of childhood cancer and gave back […]
(CNS Local Life): Game matchups have been finalised for the second annual Cayman Islands Classic, with eight teams competing in the basketball tournament, set for 19-21 November at the John Gray High School gymnasium. Akron will face Clemson in the opening game followed by Georgia and Illinois State.