Archive for March 26th, 2019

Training offered for violence prevention

Training offered for violence prevention

| 26/03/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The Cayman Islands Red Cross (CIRC) and Ministry of Education are partnering to ‘train the trainers’ for a youth violence-prevention programme that has been in place here since 2017. The master training is for the “It’s Not Your Fault” initiative, an evidence-based programme created by the Canadian Red Cross more than 30 […]

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Levi Allen named top employee for 2018

Levi Allen named top employee for 2018

| 26/03/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Levi Allen, a manager in the Public Works Department (PWD), has been awarded Employee of the Year honours in a ceremony held Thursday, 21 March, in the Harquail Theatre. Allen was the only candidate in the civil service nominated in the category “Talent Development”.

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Grant helps Caymanian further her studies

Grant helps Caymanian further her studies

| 26/03/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): A $1,200 grant to the Family Resource Centre (FRC) will help a young Caymanian pursue her dreams of higher education. The recipient, who cannot be named for confidentiality reasons, will privately be given the cheque which was recently presented to the FRC by the Ministry of Community Affairs’ Gender Affairs Unit (GAU) […]

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Hospice awaits royal opening

Hospice awaits royal opening

| 26/03/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): As the staff at Jasmine Villa, the new home for Cayman HospiceCare, prepares for the upcoming visit this week of Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, the facility is also only “days away” from getting approval of its health practitioner’s licence. Felicia McLean, director of operations and nursing at Jasmine, explained that the […]

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Why make it so difficult to see the royals?

Why make it so difficult to see the royals?

| 26/03/2019 | 10 Comments

I have been reading how there are going to be many opportunities for the public to see Prince Charles and Camilla during the royal visit this week, and we are being encouraged to attend events and greet them. However, I have also read about the numerous traffic diversions and parking restrictions that are being put […]

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