Archive for December 6th, 2018

Santa’s on the way for dog charity

Santa’s on the way for dog charity

| 06/12/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Once again, Santa is going to be pulled by lit-up underwater reindeer so he can land on the George Town waterfront to help celebrate the 10th annual Scubaluminations in aid of dog-rescue charity One Dog at a Time (ODAAT). The money raised at the event, set for Thursday, 13 December, from 6pm […]

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Is pollution monitored in Cayman?

Is pollution monitored in Cayman?

| 06/12/2018 | 5 Comments

Do we have any pollution monitoring here on the island? Ocean water quality, air quality, anything? Are there any statistics, on any topic? On the WHO website it seemed we are the only country that is not proactive in regards to these matters. Auntie’s answer: This is one of those questions that necessitated input from […]

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National Gallery opens twin bill of exhibitions

National Gallery opens twin bill of exhibitions

| 06/12/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands is opening two exhibitions simultaneously on Monday, 10 December, celebrating both the work of Cayman’s first freelance photographer as well as the talent of local art educators. “Ella Latter: The Photographer is Present” showcases her work from the 1930’s-1960’s and “Traces: Activating the Art Curriculum” […]

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Preventing release of personal information

Preventing release of personal information

| 06/12/2018 | 5 Comments

I’ve been hearing a lot about GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) lately, most recently on the ‘60 Minutes’ programme. The list of registered voters in Cayman is public, with voters’ names, residential addresses, and occupations. Doesn’t that fall afoul of GDPR, or the local data protection laws? Auntie’s answer: Actually, a representative of the Office […]

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