Archive for January 31st, 2019

Young tennis players set for 2019

Young tennis players set for 2019

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(CNS Local Life): Cayman’s junior tennis players can look forward to another year of challenging tournaments, courtesy of sponsorship by PwC. The accounting firm has renewed its support for the PwC junior circuit, organised by the Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands (TFCI) and consisting of seven two-day tournaments for players aged 10 and under, […]

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Red Cross honours volunteers

Red Cross honours volunteers

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(CNS Local Life): The Cayman Islands Red Cross (CIRC) recently hosted its 15th annual appreciation event, “The Henris”, to recognise the achievements of CIRC volunteers throughout 2018. “The Red Cross is an organisation built on volunteer work and community engagement,” said director Jondo Obi in a press release.

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National Gallery to showcase contemporary artists

National Gallery to showcase contemporary artists

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(CNS Local Life): The National Gallery is launching the Cayman Islands Biennial, and a related art awards scheme, to showcase the latest developments in the contemporary art scene every two years. Following an open call for participation, announced in September 2018, the gallery received submissions from 71 local artists, with 40 selected for the inaugural […]

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Forum looks at youth mental health issues

Forum looks at youth mental health issues

| 31/01/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): The second annual Youth Mental Health Symposium, set for Saturday, 23 February, will explore the state of mental health in the Cayman Islands and provide recommendations on improvements. Themed “Addressing Our Past, Supporting Our Future”, the conference is organised by the non-profit Alex Panton Foundation, which aims to raise awareness of mental […]

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The penalties for overstaying

The penalties for overstaying

| 31/01/2019 | 3 Comments

Do you know what the consequences are for tourists who overstay one or two days? Auntie’s answer: Generally speaking, staying beyond the limit on a visa is a serious offence. However, there are clearly varying degrees and reasons for staying for longer than you are legally allowed to be here. A Department of Immigration official […]

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