Archive for April 4th, 2019

Up close with: Carol Hay

Up close with: Carol Hay

| 04/04/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Carol Hay officially started her pepper jelly business in 2007 after what began as a hobby two years earlier. Experimenting with various ingredients and amounts, she finally perfected the secret recipe to her iconic jelly, which includes a blend of home-grown Scotch bonnet and four other peppers, plus 16 more ingredients. Still […]

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First responders to receive disaster training

First responders to receive disaster training

| 04/04/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): The University College of the Cayman Islands is going to be the scene of a ‘mass casualty event’ to ensure Cayman’s first responders and related agencies will be prepared in case an actual disaster strikes. From 8-12 April, about 30 people will receive training in mass casualty management (MCM), in a course […]

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Governor hosts Honouring Women Month reception

Governor hosts Honouring Women Month reception

| 04/04/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): This year’s Honouring Women Month activities were celebrated with a final event at Government House to recognise all those who had supported the annual March initiative. The Family Resource Centre (FRC) marked the month-long observance by organising a variety of awareness-raising events to promote gender equality.

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Minister’s message for World Health Day

Minister’s message for World Health Day

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Minister of Health Dwayne Seymour writes: World Health Day (Sunday, 7 April) is a time for decision-makers, educators, advocates, and, indeed, the whole community to consider how we can improve health outcomes around the world and in our local communities. The 2019 international focus on universal health coverage continues from last year, with particular attention […]

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What happened to the trees?

What happened to the trees?

| 04/04/2019 | 4 Comments

All the trees at the roundabout in front of King’s Sports Centre and First Assembly of God are being cut down! And for what purpose, as hot as Cayman is? Auntie’s answer: While I definitely do not like to see any trees cut down, there is no need to panic. An official with the National […]

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