Archive for July 30th, 2018

Checks needed for Public Beach

Checks needed for Public Beach

| 30/07/2018 | 4 Comments

Is there any update for plans to police ‘Wild West Beach’, formerly known as Public Beach? Unlicensed vendors of all kinds, including wave runners racing through swimmers and onto beach at full throttle. Insurance? No. Chair vendors taking the prime beachfront advising visitors it’s their private area. Used to be a nice friendly beach area. […]

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Cayman falls short in beach volleyball and track at CAC Games

Cayman falls short in beach volleyball and track at CAC Games

| 30/07/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The Cayman men’s beach volleyball team took to the courts in the midday heat Saturday, 28 July, at Puerto de Oro, in Barranquilla, Colombia, for their first match at the 23rd Central American & Caribbean (CAC) Games. Nathan Dack and Casey Santamaria won their first match against the US Virgin Islands, but […]

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Lunch-bag project supports Mental Health Court

Lunch-bag project supports Mental Health Court

| 30/07/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The Department of Community Rehabilitation has said that the ongoing ‘lunch-bag’ programme, which is supported and funded by the local branch of the Rotaract Club, has had a positive impact on the clients of the Mental Health court. For five years volunteers have been packing lunches decorated with motivational messages for the […]

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National Trust releases 1,000th blue iguana

National Trust releases 1,000th blue iguana

| 30/07/2018 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): The National Trust for the Cayman Islands released the 1,000th blue iguana into the wild under its recovery programme. “Renegade” was one of 10 iguanas set free at the Collier’s Wilderness Reserve on Tuesday, 23 July, after being given a head start at the Trust’s specialist breeding unit at the Queen Elizabeth […]

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Law firm announces scholarship recipients

Law firm announces scholarship recipients

| 30/07/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Offshore law firm Mourant, has named David Ramsaran and Gabrielle Myers recipients of this year’s Chantal Whittaker Memorial Scholarship. The scheme is open to Caymanian students who are looking to embark on a career in the legal field. Both young people, who are interns at Mourant, are studying in the UK.

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